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Home Automation Hacks Using Siri and Raspberry Pi : TreeHugger

Home Automation Hacks Using Siri and Raspberry Pi : TreeHugger | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Control lights, the television, the thermostat, even security alarms and cameras using these cheap tricks.
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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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Looking forward to having a go at some of the projects on here

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From Waste to Innovation: 22-Year-Old Computer Engineer Converts Soda Can Into Mini-Satellite

From Waste to Innovation: 22-Year-Old Computer Engineer Converts Soda Can Into Mini-Satellite | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Suraj Kumar uses cans to make mini satellites. The components of the device are picked from open source database hardware and housed within the can.
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Best Courses To Learn The Full Potential Of Your Raspberry Pi 3

Best Courses To Learn The Full Potential Of Your Raspberry Pi 3 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
You can use the power packed Raspberry Pi to build all kinds of systems and here is how you can learn everything about it from scratch.
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The First Transistor (Teaching Model): 9 Steps (with Pictures)

The First Transistor (Teaching Model): 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Didactic model of the "first transistor".In this project the models such as constructing a didactic model of the first transistor for which I made use of the materials that can be easily obtained, in addition to a little painting, the prototype / model I did on a scale a little larger than the original.But from before, a bit of history.It all started at Bell Labs, where American physicists Jhon Bardeen, Walter Houser Brattain, and William Shockley conducted experiments and observations to try to create a solid-state amplifier, making use of the properties of semiconductor materials, thus replacing the Vacuum used at that time.The above image shows the first transistor created at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, New Jersey, United States in 1947.Its inventors won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1956 for "their research on semiconductors, and the discovery of the transistor effect." Now we continue with the instructions t
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Controlling Devices in Swift With BLE: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Controlling Devices in Swift With BLE: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this project we will use an iPhone to control devices connected to an STM32 device. The project is a starting point for more exciting experiments such as remote controlled robots or any other thing you might want to control in your home. I encourage you to check out the source code which is really very minimal at the moment and has plenty of scope for extension. If you like it and want to contribute to the project on github please let me know. Otherwise just use it or fork from it and build your own projects.
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Minimal Keyboard: Binary Text Entry Device: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Minimal Keyboard: Binary Text Entry Device: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Today we will be creating a keyboard, with the minimum amount of buttons. This instructable is for all you savvy binary geniuses out there. We have 5 bits, which will cover all the necessary alphabet keys for our typing needs.The device works by allowing the user to select however mainly of the 5 bits (pushbuttons), before finally clicking an enter button. White LEDs will light on signaling that a button was pressed (representing an on or 1), and a red LED to let the user know that a key was successfully entered.
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Remotely Controlled Webcam Pan&tilt: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Remotely Controlled Webcam Pan&tilt: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
You have probably seen many projects like this one already: some of them use face recognition software to follow after someones head, some of them use mobile phone to control pan/tilt, and some even use a wii's nunchuk but all of them in my opinion lack the usability that solves a real life need, so let me explain where I am coming from.I usually talk on Skype with my relatives and friends, during those talks we often involve our kids (age 1 and 3). The problem with kids in that age is that they are in a constant move, thus having a camera mounted on a TV in front of the couch just misses them completely. What I wanted to have is a camera mount that could be easily operated during the talk, and focus on the little ones. After some trial and error, and checking various approaches I finall
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NEW GUIDE: Programming SPI flash with an FT232H breakout #AdafruitLearningSystem

NEW GUIDE: Programming SPI flash with an FT232H breakout #AdafruitLearningSystem | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
NEW GUIDE: Programming SPI flash with an FT232H breakout they’re a dime a dozen. Lets use them! In your journey hacking, modding and making electronics you will bump into many a FLASH chip. O…
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This Open Source Online Raspberry Pi Simulator By Microsoft Works Right Inside Your Browser

This Open Source Online Raspberry Pi Simulator By Microsoft Works Right Inside Your Browser | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
With the help of Microsoft's open source Raspberry Pi Simulator, you can do the same right inside your web browser. You can also connect it to the Azure IoT Hub and collect sensor data.
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DIY Arduino Mood Lamp: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

DIY Arduino Mood Lamp: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello! This is project How-ToDo and today I'm going to show you how I build this arduino based mood lamp. I saw a couple similar projects made with wood and acrylic glass, and disided to make my own but a little bit smarter.
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Setting Up the GoPiGo2 – Raspberry Pi 2 Kids & Adults DIY Robot!

Setting Up the GoPiGo2 – Raspberry Pi 2 Kids & Adults DIY Robot! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Brought to you by Bonjour Download: GoPiGo2 Starter Kit:
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An Introduction to Raspberry Pi GPIO Programming Using Python

An Introduction to Raspberry Pi GPIO Programming Using Python | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The GPIO package bundled with Raspbian is aimed at Raspberry Pi beginners who are familiar with Python and interested in designing IoT products.
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Build A 4K Playback Capable Computer For $25 With This Board - Geek.com

Build A 4K Playback Capable Computer For $25 With This Board - Geek.com | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you’re proficient with Raspberry Pi modding and creating your own awesome pieces of tech, here’s one project you’ll definitely want to try out. The Rock64 Media Board Computer is a $25 board …
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How To setup Raspberry Pi to identify two Arduino devices

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to configure Raspberry Pi to automatically identify two Arduino boards.
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DIY PWM Controller: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

DIY PWM Controller: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this instructable, I will show you how to make PWM Controller. I'm using the laminator for the toner transfer method. What things you will need: Copper - clad board (Dual Layer) Ferric Chloride (FeCl3) Acetone (Nail polish remover) Glossy Paper LASER Printer Marker Pen Scissors Plastic container Sand paper Safety gloves Latex gloves Saw - For copper board cutting Laminator or ironLet's D
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Eco Friendly Metal Detector - Arduino: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Eco Friendly Metal Detector - Arduino: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Metal Detecting is a lot of fun. One of the challenges is being able to narrow the exact place to dig to minimize the size of the hole left behind.This unique metal detector has four search coils, a color touch screen to identify and pinpoint the location of your find.Incorporating auto calibration, a USB rechargeable power pack, with four different screen modes, frequency, and pulse width adjustment which allows you to customize how you search.Once you have pinpointed the treasure a single hole centered above each coil enables you to use a wooden skewer to push into the earth so you can start to dig a small plug from the ground reducing damage to the environment.Each coil can pinpoint detect coins and rings at a depth of 7-10cm so is ideal for looking for lost coins and rings around parks and beaches.
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Hackaday Prize Entry: Open Source Patient Monitor

Hackaday Prize Entry: Open Source Patient Monitor | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Vital sign monitors are usually found in developed countries; they just cost too much for less affluent communities to afford. The HealthyPi project aims to change that by developing an inexpensive…
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Stabilize Sensor Readings With Kalman Filter: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Stabilize Sensor Readings With Kalman Filter: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We are using various kinds of electronic sensors for our projects day to day. IMU, Ultrasonic Distance Sensor, Infrared Sensor, Light Sensor are some of them. Most of the times we have to use a processing unit such as an Arduino board, a microcontroller chip to process the sensor data and get corresponding outputs. If we observe these readings we can identify that those are not very stable and contains noise. If we use these noisy and unstable readings for calculations and outputs, they also might contain errors. For robots, unstable and noisy readings are not suitable as they will not work well or will not do the desired task.Therefore, we have to filter the noise and stabilize the readings of every sensor before using it for applications.In my case, I was trying to build a Quadcopter using an Arduino 101 board and I found that the readings of th
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Bluetooth Controlled Led Using Arduino and HC-05: 4 Steps

Bluetooth Controlled Led Using Arduino and HC-05: 4 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this instructable you are going to learn how to interface HC-05 bluetooth module and control leds using arduino over an android application.
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Arduino Class

Arduino Class | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This class will introduce you to the Arduino world. You'll learn the basics, build your first project, and so much more. Each lesson builds on your skills, infusing new knowledge and techniques along the way. You'll start simple with exercises that demonstrate basic breadboard wiring and coding inputs and outputs. Then you'll level up to soldering and coding addressable NeoPixel LED strip and start planning your own projects with your fun new hobby. This class will launch your Arduino journey and give you the skills and confidence to take on almost any Arduino project you may find or create in the future.Enter an Instructables contest! If you use the skills you learn in this class to create an awesome project, write an instructable about it and enter it in our Power Supply, or Invention Challenge! And, if you're part of a makerspace or a community of awesome makers, consider gettin
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Rock64 Mini PC Is The Linux-running Raspberry Pi Killer You've Been Waiting For

Rock64 Mini PC Is The Linux-running Raspberry Pi Killer You've Been Waiting For | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Rock64 mini computer board is Rasberry Pi's new competitor. Priced lower than Raspberry Pi, Rock64 promises4K playback at 60Hz.
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A Simple Arduino Clock: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

A Simple Arduino Clock: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project was developed with three components only. By integrating an Arduino nano, a 16X2 LCD display, and a 12C module for LCD display so that you can build a Simple Arduino Clock.
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Wolfram + Raspberry Pi Project: A Wolfram Engine on Every Raspberry Pi

Wolfram + Raspberry Pi Project: A Wolfram Engine on Every Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Wolfram Language and Mathemaitca are free on every Raspberry Pi computer.
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Making a Small-Scale Brewery With A Raspberry Pi And Python

Making a Small-Scale Brewery With A Raspberry Pi And Python | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
No doubt many Hackaday readers will have tried their hand at home brewing. It's easy enough, you can start with a can of hopped malt extract and a bag of sugar in a large bucket in your kitchen an
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Upgrade Firmware & Library of Arduino 101: 3 Steps (with Pictures)

Upgrade Firmware & Library of Arduino 101: 3 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This tutorial explains how to upgrade firmware and library of Arduino 101.Arduino 101 is a development board powered by Intel® Curie™ Module, designed to integrate the core's low power-consumption and high performance with the Arduino's ease-of-use, Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities and on-board 6-axis accelerometer/gyroscope.More information about the technical specifications and documentation can be found on the Arduino/Genuino 101 main page.This board will provide exciting opportunities for building creative projects in the connected world.So to avoid bugs and to fully utilize this powerful microcontroller, be sure to update to the latest firmware and libraries.
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Cycflix: Exercise Powered Entertainment: 3 Steps (with Pictures)

Cycflix: Exercise Powered Entertainment: 3 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Now that the cheesy title has pulled you(Fitflix was taken and I didn't want to be sued) I'll tell you about the project, it uses a stationary exercise bike connected to an Arduino Nano to control the streaming of Netflix on a PC, I started this project hoping I could get it working on just a Raspberry Pi but ran into a few problems I couldn't overcome which I'll discuss at the end. But the main gist of the project at the click of a button and some user input, Firefox will open and play Netflix and monitor your speed for the Workout routine you designed, if you are going below the speed for too long, Netflix will be paused until you get back up to speed. If you want to use some other streaming service, it'll only take a few changes.The main reason I did this project was t
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