Geeky gadgets CoMo Booster For Raspberry Pi Compute Module (video) Geeky gadgets If you are interested in using the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module but are not looking to create your own PCB you might be interested in a new board in the form of the...
Possibly The Best Use Yet For A Raspberry Pi Yet? FileHippo News I've heard of many uses for the Raspberry Pi but I never knew you could use one to deter a cat from leaving its business in your garden.
This week, Fortune recognized Broadcom technical director Eben Upton as one of its “Heroes of the Fortune 500” for getting a low-cost, pocket... (Congrats to @Raspberry_Pi inventor Eben Upton, who was named one of the Fortune 500 heroes!
Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center, or OpenELEC for short, is a small Linux distribution. Built from the ground up as a small platform to run software like XBMC. This is done to leave a small footprint as possible.
I wanted to give my room some special design, with mooth lighting so when I had the option to use RGB leds and a Arduino board I decided I needed my own making a chandelier. Here is what you need to make your ...
Building your own remote-controlled robot or car is a favourite activity for kids who are using a Pi to learn about programming and electronics. But this is the first one we’ve encountered that interfaces with a remote control made of cheese.
HummingBoard microcomputer packs more power than Raspberry Pi Wired.co.uk A new computer called the "HummingBoard" takes on the same basic shape as the Raspberry Pi but uses a more powerful processor and supports more operating systems.
A 3D Printable Raman Spectrometer that uses a raspberryPi, a couple of arduino compatible ARM boards, a really bright laser and some parts you can grab from eBay, adafruit, sparkFun, Mouser, or wherever...!
BASIC DESIGN GOALS: 1. Make it 3D Printable. 2. Make it modular and easy to upgrade. 3. Make it as easy to build as possible. 4. Make it easy to customize and open to improvement. 5. Use only commonly available off the shelf components whenever possible. 6. Have a remote interface that will allow it to be controlled and viewed from anywhere. 7. Compare the spectra to the online spectral databases. (i.e. ASTER, ENVI, etc.) 8. Provide the capability to log data to remote databases, share with friends and colleagues.. 9. Not be just another open source spectrometer.. 10. Make it easy to use and intuitive. 11. Make it attractive with an elegant design.. 12. Make it useful and just cool to have!
We love the Raspberry Pi, but it's certainly not the only way to do things. The HummingBoard is a new, Raspberry Pi-like microcomputer that has a ton of options to make it a bit more powerful. Read more...
Electronic Design (blog) Running Ada 2012 On The Cortex-M4 Electronic Design (blog) It generated applications that would run on Linux on the BeagleBone based on the Texas Instruments Cortex-A8 platform (see “ARMing Ada” on electronicdesign.com).
To give people a better understanding of what state-operated surveillance equipment actually looks like, critical engineers Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev built a GSM interception unit. Now Oliver has published the HOWTO on the web.