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Raspberry Pi display drivers go fully open-source

Raspberry Pi display drivers go fully open-source | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced Wednesday that the Broadcom display hardware used in its flagship Raspberry Pi system board is now the first ARM-based system-on-a-chip to use open-source drivers provided entirely by the vendor.
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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Your Guide To The Raspberry Pi

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In this introduction to Raspberry Pi, all the basics are covered so you can start your own DIY computing journey with ease.
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MFRC522 RFID Reader Interfaced With NodeMCU: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

MFRC522 RFID Reader Interfaced With NodeMCU: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello Makers,I'm back with another Instructable.Did you ever wonder what is an RFID or how does it work?If you have noticed in an office before, you would be probably aware of those RFID cards or Tags that would unlock specific doors depending on your access.Well let’s make a simple NodeMCU RFID reader using the MFRC522 module, and program the NodeMCU to provide access when the right card is detected. This simple example will read the serial number on the Card or Tag, display it in the serial monitor.
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Record and Send Infrared Commands to Air Conditioner With Arduino: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Record and Send Infrared Commands to Air Conditioner With Arduino: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I had a hard time to find some easy to use code to read and send codes to my AC that I use mainly for heating.Especially for my Daikin unit that apparently uses encrypted commands.When I finally found this I thought I should make it easier for others to find as well.To be able to control an AC unit we first need to record the IR commands sent from the remote. A typical AC remote will for each key-press send all settings it has.If you press Temp+ it will actually send “Heating, 24*C, medium fan, Sensor off, on timer after 265 minutes, etc“We want to record what the remote sends at each temperature and for each mode. Also record “OFF”. If you don’t want timers you can’t control, be sure to remove the settings for them in the remote.
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Can this $14 matchbox-sized device fire up America's kids to get coding? - TechRepublic

Can this $14 matchbox-sized device fire up America's kids to get coding? - TechRepublic | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The BBC micro:bit packs a 25 LED matrix display, motion sensor, accelerometer and two buttons onto a tiny 4cmx5cm board.
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Solar Based Power Supply for Arduino: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Solar Based Power Supply for Arduino: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Sometime we have to face a power cut in our home which is a great trouble when we are doing some projects or tinkering with Arduino Boards or similar. Although we can use Power Banks or Laptops or any thing which uses Battery inside. But i think they too need a power to charge themself. What if we can get a enough voltage to power a board say arduino or similar microcontroller. We can use the power of sun to power Arduino. Arduino is compatible with approximate voltage range of 5-12v because Arduino has Onboard Voltage regulator. So here I took 5v voltage regulator or you can use DC-DC buck Converter to get the desirable range. Hence this power supply is not only for arduino but also for various purposes so Lets Built one our own.!Lets get started!
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Long Range Wireless Internet

Long Range Wireless Internet | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
While most of you reading this have broadband in your home, there are still vast areas with little access to the Internet. Ham radio operator [emmynet] found himself in just such a situatio
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Open source social robot kit runs on Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Open source social robot kit runs on Raspberry Pi and Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Thecorpora’s Scratch-ready “Q.bo One” robot is based on the RPi 3 and Arduino, and offers stereo cams, mics, a speaker, and visual and language recognition.
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Simple Arduino POV Wand : 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Simple Arduino POV Wand : 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Persistence of Vision or [POV] is an optical illusion whereby multiple discrete images blend into a single image in the human mind. I.e. when you look at a working fan, you'll see its blades forming a transparent circle! But, Why?!The eye hold information for an instant longer than it's there and the brain merges those images together in one scene. This is because that the images we see take about tenth of a second to be registered in our brains, so when the blades move in a time less than tenth of a second, the brain combines the images of the different positions of the blades together and we start to see that circle.See this video for further explanation.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YismwdgMIRc
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Arduino Plant Watering System: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Arduino Plant Watering System: 12 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This Instructable will explain how to make a plant watering system powered by Arduino. Each of the components is specified with a link to where they can be purchased online. The process of making the system will be detailed step-by-step from the hardware to the code.
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Arduino_programing_notebook_ES.pdf

Arduino_programing_notebook_ES.pdf | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!
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Simple Arduino Formaldehyde Sensor: 7 Steps

Simple Arduino Formaldehyde Sensor: 7 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Have you ever been smoking an eCigarette and wondered "Just how bad is this for me?" Well now you can find out how bad it really is, by measuring the amount of formaldehyde your setup produces. Formaldehyde (HCHO) is produced when the extreme heat of the coils in the eCigarette touches the glycerol (VG) and propylene glycol (PG), causing them to break down into harmful chemicals like HCHO. Now you can find out just how much formaldehyde is produced by your favorite smoking method.Though this tutorial does not involve working with formaldehyde and you've already been inhaling it the whole time with your various smoking devices, I'd just like to say:DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR HEALTH AS A RESULT OF USING THIS PRODUCT. FORMALDEHYDE IS CARCINOGENIC AND SHOULD NOT BE USED IN ANY WAY RELATED TO CONSUMPTION, INHALATION OR OTHERWISE. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
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Simple High Water Alarm: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Simple High Water Alarm: 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A little story: When I was growing up (which was a very long time ago) my room was in the basement. The problem was that whenever we had a hard rain, the city's storm drains would fill up and water would back-up through the basement floor drain, flooding the basement (and me). If we knew the storm was coming, we would install a stand-pipe in the floor drain. In this way the water would rise in the pipe, instead on flooding the basement. But, surprises do happen and storms can come without warning. I needed a way to let me know the basement was beginning to flood so I could get out of bed and install the stand-pipe. In the original version I used a large dry-cell and a door-bell. Today we have other ways, but those mechanical bells are sure loud.I don't have a basement anymore, but I d
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Raspberry Pi Boss Detector (Bluetooth Early Warning System): 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Raspberry Pi Boss Detector (Bluetooth Early Warning System): 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a simple but clever way to leverage Bluetooth radio signals as an early warning system for an approaching boss, sibling, parent, kid, spouse, surprise party recipient, or whomever. Once we've connected one or more LED's to the Pi, figured out your target's Bluetooth MAC address, and loaded some code I've written then you'll be alerted to the target's approach and proximity by the lights which blink faster the closer your target is.Note also, that if you'd like to use the built-in LED on your Pi, you can skip all of the hardware and wiring requirements below.This will work with any Raspberry Pi and can be easily ported to an Arduino or (if you;'re willing to give up the LED feature) any laptop or desktop computer.For this tutorial I will focus on the Raspberry Pi version 2 model B. Here's what you need:If you're using a Raspberry Pi v2
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Levitator / Motor, Solar Powered: 3 Steps (with Pictures)

Levitator / Motor, Solar Powered: 3 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This levitator was built primarily to make a interesting free suspension motor. The levitator build is fairly conventional, I used a faster microcontroller, an inexpensive STM32F103 "Blue Pill" running at 72 Mhz instead of the Arduino Uno at 16 Mhz for quieter operation. I found that while an Uno worked, it produced a loud buzzing sound which was amplified by my large (140 mm diameter) acrylic sphere. The faster STM32 allows reading the potientiometer (and has a 12 bit A/D instead of 10 bit). The pot simplifies adjustment, since the levitation distance influences the resonance of the solenoid and sphere. Greater distance gives a lower resonance, and a smaller distance a higher resonance, and the stand has its own resonance. I think the key to operation without PID control is to make sure the stand resonance is sufficiently different than the solenoid and sphere resonance, and the stand should als
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Embedded Devices CPU Security: Maplesyrup » CyberPunk

Embedded Devices CPU Security: Maplesyrup » CyberPunk | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Embedded Devices CPU Security      Maplesyrup is a tool that can be used to help determine the security state of an ARM-based device by examining the syste
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Pulse Sensor With Arduino(Serial Monitor Control): 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Pulse Sensor With Arduino(Serial Monitor Control): 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hi guys!! I'm Sridhar janardhan back with another tutorial.In this tutorial i am going to deal in the catergories of medical electronics.The ible precisely we are going to do is interfacing the pulse sensor to the arduino and read the heart beat of a person through the serial monitor.So before the construction of the Circuit let's gather the components required for the instructable.If you guys missed out my previous please click here.
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DIY Jukebox With Raspberry Pi: 9 Steps

DIY Jukebox With Raspberry Pi: 9 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
When you think about the word “retro”, it shouldn’t take you long to visualize a jukebox!The jukebox, despite being very outdated, can be a great element of retro deco to have in your house, especially if it’s a smart home full of tech gadgets!We propose you today to do a very simple and cheap one. We’re not going to give guidelines on how to build the case of your jukebox, as you can find many great Instructables for that (see this one for instance https://www.instructables.com/id/Time-Machine-Mini-Jukebox/) but rather how to build and set up the inside and connect the buttons with the right songs in a very easy way. This project will give you that + a great smart hub to automate your home, so it’s a great way to hide your hub in a more classy case and welcome your guests with a fun element for them to play with!Thi
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Arduino Blog » Arduino Uno-driven plotter uses rulers for arms

When you see a plastic ruler, you wouldn’t normally assume it was destined to become part of a CNC plotter. Maker “lingib,” however, realized their potential to be combined to form plotter arms, in this case actuated by two stepper motors. The resulting build can expand and contract the resulting shape, allowing a pen at […]
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Carduino: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Carduino: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
1. Description of the projectThere are lots of information which characterise a car: the revolution of the engine per minute, the velocity, its position and other general information. It could be interesting to recover that data from a car. That is the goal of our project. There are multiple applications. These applications are for a personal or a professional use: For example, the position can be used to catch thieves. The acquisition of the velocity can be used in a race. The assembly can also be used for preventive maintenance. General information about the state of the motor can be recuperated with the help of the canbus module. It can also send you a SMS to help you to find your car or to inform you when there is a problem (broken glass by example)All of the data are then stored in a SQL database
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Resin.io Makes It Easy to Program All Your Smart Devices at Once | Make:

Resin.io Makes It Easy to Program All Your Smart Devices at Once | Make: | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Resin.io creates new open source projects and makes the process of software programming easier for newcomers.
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Paper Piano: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Paper Piano: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
"PaperPiano" is a pentatonic scale piano made out of paper and powered with an Arduino and some code! It's a part of a series of STEM education activities, whose goal is to teach different science and engineering concepts using building, crafts, and art as an entry point. This was made at Princeton University under The Council on Science and Technology. Contributors include Aatish Bhatia, Bernat Guillen Pegueroles, and Sharon Lee De La Cruz.
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Arduino Fingerprint Sensor Tutorial

Arduino Fingerprint Sensor Tutorial | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Dear friends welcome to another tutorial! Today we are going to build an interesting Arduino project which is using a fingerprint senso
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Building amazing: All about getting started with Arduino - KnowTechie

Building amazing: All about getting started with Arduino - KnowTechie | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Arduino has made it easier than ever to create electronic projects at home with ease
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