During the summer of 2016, the team at the Raspberry Pi HQ started to question themselves as to why PIXEL was only available to Raspberry Pi users when there are thousands of PCs and Laptops out there that can run Debian on a x86 machine. After a few months the team got working on an experimental version of PIXEL that can run on any x86 computer, which includes all the standard features that are also available on the Raspberry Pi.
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Nowadays many MQTT nodes are based around the ESP8266. However far before the ESP8266 the Arduino UNO already had Ethernet capabilities with an Ethernetshield.The aim of this instructable is to show how one can use A UNO with W5100 shield or module as an MQTT node and in the software I will show some simple techniques of how to deal with outbound MQTT messages and inbound MQTT messages. If you still have an Old ENC28J60 Ethershield, don't despair, one can use those as well. I will cover that in my next instructable.If you know what MQTT is, go to the next Step.
MATRIX Voice: Open-Source Voice Platform For All “Voice Recognition” dev board. Designed for the Raspberry Pi or Stand-alone with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth! MATRIX Voice was built with a mission to give every maker, tinkerer, and developer around the world a complete, affordable, and user-friendly tool for simple … Continue reading MATRIX Voice: Open-Source Voice Platform For All – “Voice Recognition” dev board. Designed for the Raspberry Pi or Stand-alone with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth!
Metal detection is a great past-time that gets you outdoors, discover new places and maybe find something interesting. Check your local regulations on how to act in case of an eventual find, in particular in case of hazardous objects, archeological relics or objects of significant economic or emotional value.
Temperature control with PID on Arduino and PWM fans for DIY server/network rack coolingA few weeks ago I needed to setup a rack with network devices and a few servers.The rack is placed in a closed garage, so the temperature range between winter and summer is pretty high, and also dust could be a problem.While browsing the Internet for cooling solutions, I found out that they're pretty expensive, in my place at least, being >100€ for 4 230V ceiling-mounted fans with a thermostat control. I didn't like the thermostat drive because it sucks in a lot of dust when powered, because of the fans going full power, and gives no ventilation at all when unpowered.So, unsatisfied with these products, I decided to go the DIY way, building something that can smoothly mantain a certain temperature.
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