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Create a Raspberry Pi camera case

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Create a Raspberry Pi camera case with sugru (RT @sugru: Fix of the Day! Here's the case for a @Raspberry_Pi camera that sugru-er Greg888 made, what will yours look like?
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Dear reader,

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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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Raspberry Pi Foundation annual review #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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The 2015 Raspberry Pi Foundation Annual Review is out now! Download your free copy here. The Raspberry Pi Foundation was established in 2008 as a UK-based charity with the purpose “to further the advancement of education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science, and related subjects”. As a charity, we […]
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Raspberry Pi Powered BIrdbox Build @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Raspberry Pi Powered BIrdbox Build @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Great tutorial and build from Keith in Ipswich, UK! Via raspberrypipod. This year I thought I would install a bird box in our back garden, I have a shed at the end of the garden and the gable end which faces the house is North facing, which apparently is a good direction for a bird […]
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Uniti ARC is an open source, Arduino-compatible dev board for three-phase motors

Uniti ARC is an open source, Arduino-compatible dev board for three-phase motors | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This board combines the Arduino layout with a number of powerful additional features to facilitate the prototyping of electronic machinery.
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Android might officially come to the Raspberry Pi 3

Android might officially come to the Raspberry Pi 3 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Thanks to its Linux roots, Android can be installed on almost anything that has a processor and enough space for the software. Beyond the usual culprits, you also have TVs, dashboards, and even the tiny box that is the Pebble Core. It seems, then, that Android is a perfect fit for a computer that can also be anything and everything … Continue reading
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The MagPi magazine #46 is out now!

The MagPi magazine #46 is out now! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The June 2016 edition of The MagPi magazine is on sale today with another 100 pages of projects, ideas, and inspiration for hackers and makers of all ages and abilities. If you or someone you know has never quite got to grips with using the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins then #46 has some excellent advice and […]The post The MagPi magazine #46 is out now! appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
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This autonomous boat is trying to cross an ocean using only solar power

This autonomous boat is trying to cross an ocean using only solar power | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Seacharger hopes to become the first unmanned boat to cross an ocean only using solar power, during a month-long voyage from California to Hawaii.
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How to Use Water Flow Sensor - Arduino Tutorial

How to Use Water Flow Sensor - Arduino Tutorial | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this tutorial you will learn how to use one water flow sensor with an Arduino board.The water flow sensor consists of a plastic valve body, a water rotor and a hall-effect sensor. When the water flows through the rotor, rotor rolls and the speed of it changes with a different rate of flow. The ha...By: codebender_ccContinue Reading »
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10 most in-demand Internet of Things skills

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Hot Internet of Things skillsImage by PixabayThe Internet of Things (IoT) is in the midst of an explosion, as more connected devices proliferate. But there's not enough talent with the right skills to manage and execute on IoT projects. In fact, insufficient staffing and lack of expertise is the top-cited barrier for organizations currently looking to implement and benefit from IoT, according to research from Gartner."We're seeing tech companies around the globe getting organized and creating IoT strategies, but where they're struggling is they don't have the processes and talent in-house to make these things happen," says Ryan Johnson, categories director for global freelance marketplace Upwork. By tracking data from Upwork's extensive database, Johnson and his team have identified the top 10 skills companies need to drive a successful IoT strategy.Data is sourced from the Upwork database and is based on annual job posting growth and skills demand, as measured by the number of job posts mentioning these skills posted on Upwork from October 2014 to December 2015.1. Circuit design - up 231%Connected devices require companies to adjust and adapt chip design and development to account for new system requirements. For example, applications that rely on long-life batteries may need to have specially designed circuit boards to optimize power consumption, or have multiple chips and sensors on one circuit board. "Within circuit design, we're seeing strong demand for printed circuit board (PCB) and 3D design," Johnson says.2. Microcontroller programming - up 225%The Internet of Things is comprised of billions of small, interconnected devices, many of which require, at minimum, a microcontroller to add intelligence to the device to help with processing tasks. Microcontrollers are low cost, low power, embedded chips that have programming and data memory built onto the system." Specific to microcontroller languages, we're seeing particularly strong demand for professionals experienced with the Arduino programming language, which is commonly used in building sensor and automation projects," says Johnson.3. AutoCAD - up 216%AutoCAD is the premier design software for engineering applications and has seen strong growth as the number and complexity of IoT devices continues to increase. Smart, connected products often require a whole new set of design principles, such as designs that achieve hardware standardization or enable personalization. "Product development processes will need to accommodate late-stage design changes quickly and efficiently, making this an ideal use-case for freelance talent that's skilled in AutoCAD," Johnson says.[ Related story: Project managers, tech sales pros in high demand ]4. Machine learning - up 199%Machine learning algorithms help create smarter appliances, applications and other products by using data sensors and other connected devices. Machine learning algorithms can be used to make predictions based on identifying data patterns from these devices, but that requires experts in big data management and machine learning, Johnson says. "To help give companies a competitive advantage, they're hiring data scientists to build adaptive algorithms and data analytics capabilities to extract the value of this new data," he says.5. Security infrastructure - up 194%Information security and fears of increased exposure of data, not to mention device and physical security, are some of the top impediments to IoT development, according to research from TEKsystems. "Companies experienced in cloud security have had a good introduction to this, however the added scale and complexity of IoT connectivity, communications, and the endpoints themselves complicate things. Within security infrastructure, we're seeing strong demand on our platform for network security developers and programmers," Johnson says.6. Big data - up 183%IoT has greatly increased the amount of data for organizations to analyze. Companies need to collect all the data that is relevant to their business while simultaneously filtering out redundant data and protecting that data. This requires a highly efficient mechanism that includes software and protocols, Johnson says. "As IoT and the proliferation of big data continues to rise, we're seeing strong demand for data scientists and back-end engineers who can collect, organize, analyze and architect these disparate sources of data. Within that, we're seeing particularly strong demand for professionals who have experience with Hadoop and Apache Spark," he says.7. Electrical engineering - up 159%The creation of the next generation of connected devices requires both software and electrical engineering expertise. "Electrical engineers are being brought in to help with embedded device development for mobile applications, and for radio frequency (RF)/analog and microwave engineering for communication systems and GPS on the devices," Johnson says.8. Security engineering - up 124%Security is such a huge concern in the IoT market. High-profile data breaches have heightened consumers' awareness of data security and privacy issues that may occur if a connected device is breached or hacked and data exposed, Johnson says. "To help mitigate against potential risks, companies are investing in security engineering to conduct in-depth assessments to identify both physical and logical secured threats to embedded systems such as local controllers/gateways and determine the risk at the device level. We're seeing strong demand for professionals with security analysis and vulnerability assessment experience," Johnson says.9. Node.js - up 86%Node.js is an open-source environment for server-side web development used to manage connected devices such as the Arduino and Raspberry Pi, among others. With the availability of boards like Raspberry Pi, Node.js is becoming more of an option for developers looking to leverage their existing expertise in building applications for IoT, says Johnson. "Node.js also has very low resource requirements, a feature that developers are already leveraging in data-intensive IoT scenarios. From wearables to machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, Node.js is rapidly becoming the language and platform of choice for IoT," he says.10. GPS development - up 66%The GPS market is seeing a resurgence, thanks to IoT. Specifically, wearables, smart vehicles and logistics companies. Analyst firm ABI predicts that the GPS market will reach out $3.5 billion in 2019 as businesses and consumers embrace location-aware devices. "This is creating a demand for professionals who can help develop GPS-enabled technology for wearables, smart vehicles and other IoT applications," says Johnson.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Why I Go Through So Many Arduinos

Why I Go Through So Many Arduinos | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I make things for people that can't be bought off a shelf, and in the past several years I have gone through a lot of Arduinos. More and more, they are simply the right tool for both the job and th
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Best way to get started with Arduino

Best way to get started with Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino is an electronics prototyping platform that gives non-engineers the ability to add interactivity to their projects. (I teach an online Arduino course on Skillshare that 1,163 have taken wit…
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Build your own Raspberry Pi-powered smartphone

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Build your own steampunk smartphone using just a Raspberry Pi, a touchscreen and a handful of other budget components
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Free Learning - Free Technology eBooks | PACKT Books

Free Learning - Free Technology eBooks | PACKT Books | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A new free programming tutorial book every day! Develop new tech skills and knowledge with Packt Publishing’s daily free learning giveaway.
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Easily use your Computer Screen with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Easily use your Computer Screen with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Handy tutorial from Rishabh Sinha up on Hackster.io. In my first tutorial I’ll be showing you the best way to connect your Computer’s Screen with Raspberry Pi. I honestly did a lot of google to find the way, when I bought my first Raspberry Pi. I found no detailed tutorials on this and thus decided to right […]
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Die Shots of Arduino Nano with CH340 #arduino

Die Shots of Arduino Nano with CH340 #arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
These photos and more from this set in electronupdate’s ARDUINO NANO Flickr album.
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Raspberry Pi Powered BIrdbox Build @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Raspberry Pi Powered BIrdbox Build @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Great tutorial and build from Keith in Ipswich, UK! Via raspberrypipod. This year I thought I would install a bird box in our back garden, I have a shed at the end of the garden and the gable end which faces the house is North facing, which apparently is a good direction for a bird […]
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Build your own Raspberry Pi-powered smartphone #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Build your own Raspberry Pi-powered smartphone #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Via Wired David Hunt is an Irish programmer, photographer and maker who loves tinkering with Raspberry Pi. He started thinking about building a Raspberry Pi-based smartphone when he came across a DIY “digital camera” prototype that combined the modifiable microcomputer with a TFT touchscreen. He realised that simply adding a GSM module could transform the […]
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How to code Arduinos

How to code Arduinos | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
So I was looking through the help section of the community when I noticed some people where having trouble with coding Arduinos, so I'm making this to help.For this Instructable you will need:ComputerArduino IDESome parts of this may be different for 3.3v Arduinos, i use a 5v Arduino so i will be te...By: supernoodle2014Continue Reading »
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QEMU 2.6 Officially Released with Raspberry Pi 2 Emulation Support, New Features

QEMU 2.6 Officially Released with Raspberry Pi 2 Emulation Support, New Features | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Now available for all GNU/Linux operating systems
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How You Can Transform Your Apartment Into a Smart Home

How You Can Transform Your Apartment Into a Smart Home | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
There’s a common misconception that if you don’t own a home, you can’t own a smart home. Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s possible to transform your apartment, duplex, room in your parent’s house, or anywhere else you might live into a smart place, one that’ll impress your friends and ease your life. I tell you this, because I’m about to transform my apartment, and I want you to know that you can do the exact same thing. Smart Equipment Advice The best way to go about transforming your place into a smart place is to understand what you’re...Read the full article: How You Can Transform Your Apartment Into a Smart Home
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Arduino based Solar PV Energy Meter with Xively Connectivity ( Can be monitored on android or iPhone )

Arduino based Solar PV Energy Meter with Xively Connectivity ( Can be monitored on android or iPhone ) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
It's been about two days since I made The Arduino PV generation Meter, but it was a mistake to not to take the step by step photos before proceeding for final testing. And it was an awful idea to show the raw box of so called energy meter :P. Anyways, It was really fun to work on arduino and for the first time. This tutorial is based on the original instructable by Deba18. I made few tweaks and enhanced the code little bit.What this meter do? Sense the Solar Panel Voltage Sense amperage of Solar Panel Calculates energy used Display output live on 16x2 Character LCD and post it to Xively (www.xively.com)E.g in my case, am uploading data to xively from PV energy meter and grabing data for pvoutput.orghttp://pvoutput.org/intraday.jsp?id=49249&sid=4485So the Energy Consumption of my home is measured by "Current Cost Energy Meter" and Solar PV generation measured by My Homemad
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Blind Arduino Project Proves You Don’t Need to See to Build Electronics

Blind Arduino Project Proves You Don’t Need to See to Build Electronics | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
William Gerrey and Dr. Joshua Miele made the Blind Arduino Project to help those in the blind community expand their STEM and Maker education.Read more on MAKEThe post Blind Arduino Project Proves You Don’t Need to See to Build Electronics appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
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Telecharger Les capteurs pour Arduino et Raspberry Pi - Tutoriels et projets PDF

All PDF, EPUB, MOBI, DOC, RTF for Free. Download : http://pdf-livre.com/2100717936 Les capteurs pour Arduino et Raspberry Pi - Tutoriels et projets You can ...
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Arduino Blog – Building a flamethrower guitar with Genuino 101

Arduino Blog – Building a flamethrower guitar with Genuino 101 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
RT @arduino: .@Colin_Furze converted his bass guitar into a flamethrower: https://t.co/oxWhqhhSd3 https://t.co/u1iw7R2pvb
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Open Source Ocean Data Buoy with Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Open Source Ocean Data Buoy with Raspberry Pi  #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Here’s a project that meshes open source, 3D printing, Raspberry Pi, and coding knowhow into one yellow bobbing ocean data gathering device!
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4 Things to Make with an Old Android Tablet

4 Things to Make with an Old Android Tablet | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you're anything like me, chances are high you've got an Android tablet gathering dust in a drawer somewhere, unused and unloved. You might have received
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