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Finally a working 4.3″ HDMI compatible LCD for BeagleBone Black!

Finally a working 4.3″ HDMI compatible LCD for BeagleBone Black! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Interesting article to read later... And it only took me 4 days to debug it! This display is an LQ043Y1DX07 from Sharp, the same display that is in the HTC desire HD. The resolution is 800×480. The...
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Dear reader, | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

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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A Remotely Tuned Magnetic Loop Antenna

A Remotely Tuned Magnetic Loop Antenna | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you are a radio amateur, you may be familiar with the magnetic loop antenna. It's different from most conventional wire antennas, taking the form of a tuned circuit with a very large single-tur
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Beyond Infinity Table - the Interactive Coffee Table for the Modern Age: 13 Steps (with Pictures)

Beyond Infinity Table - the Interactive Coffee Table for the Modern Age: 13 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Entered into the lights and power contests here! If you like my instructable, please head over and vote for me! https://www.instructables.com/contest/lights2017/https://www.instructables.com/contest/powersupply/--------------------------------------------------------Beyond Infinity Table is a beautiful, interactive coffee table that will leave you amazed, bewildered, and maybe just a little dizzy! The sides are stained, clear coated, and engraved for that extra pizazz. It features over 960 LEDs, each individually controlled with 24bit color. These LEDs make up a total of FORTY individual infinity mirrors, culminating into one awesome coffee table. It doesnt stop there!This table features a total of 4 hidden USB ports, each capable of doing a full 2A charging. Thats 4 Ipads at once without a sweat! For those that have broken from cables, it also features an inductive charging pad clearly marked with a laser engraving. When it comes to having a bit more power, there is a 2 port AC outlet, for those that woul
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Adafruit Shows How to 3D Print a Mini Portable PC | All3DP

Adafruit Shows How to 3D Print a Mini Portable PC | All3DP | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Build a portable PC with this new project from Adafruit. With a 3D printed case, 7 inch display and USB charging, you can take it anywhere.
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Making an Inexpensive DRO

Making an Inexpensive DRO | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
[Andrew] wanted a digital readout (DRO) for his mini lathe and mini mill, but found that buying even one DRO cost as much as either of his machines. The solution? You guessed it, he built hi
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The Annoy-O-Bug: A Chirping Light-Up Throwie

The Annoy-O-Bug: A Chirping Light-Up Throwie | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Stick this little electronic device practically anywhere and watch your friends go crazy as it beeps and blinks. They won't find it!.
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Cnc Plotter With Adruino: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Cnc Plotter With Adruino: 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
this project is very easy to make and very cheap and will u will learn something newso the part u gone need for this project are1. 2x old PC DVD Writer2. Arduino nano (http://amzn.to/2mmT5jF)3. Small servo motor (http://amzn.to/2mVok9w)4. L293D (http://amzn.to/2lWCbgj)5. Zero PCB (http://amzn.to/2n4DUQq)
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WiDC - Wi-Fi Controlled FPV Robot (with Arduino, ESP8266 and DC Motors): 9 Steps (with Pictures)

WiDC - Wi-Fi Controlled FPV Robot (with Arduino, ESP8266 and DC Motors): 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
What about using a remote controlled robot for exploring your surroundings, reaching inaccessible places, spying, take pictures, making films or broadcasting a video? This tutorial will show you how to make an inexpensible for all those purposes!This instructable is an improvement of my previous tutorial (https://www.instructables.com/id/Wi-fi-Controlled-FPV-Rover-Robot-with-Arduino-ESP8/), in which I present a faster home-made robot. It shows how to design a remotely controlled two-wheeled robot over a Wi-Fi network, using two DC motors, an Arduino Uno and an ESP8266 Wi-fi module.The robot can be controlled from an ordinary internet browser, using a HTML designed interface. An Android smartphone might de used to broadcast video and audio from the robot to the control interface.As in my previous tutorial, I show how to desing and build a low-cost frame for a robotic project, using just ordinary tools (no 3D printer, laser cutter or CNC router needed).One might notice that the components used her
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Smart Traffic Light System: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Smart Traffic Light System: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
So,Here I am publishing my first ever instructable.It is Quite Exciting I must say.You might be wondering why Traffic Light System...duhh!!Even a rookie could make it.But just wait we have a twist (^_^)...In India we basically have a problem with people here...The PATIENCE problem...i have usually noticed that people usually run out traffic lights there by breaking the rules...although i understand they think that why should we wait even when there's no traffic in other lane?right.So i have built a Smart Traffic Light System which could actually save a lot of accidents and save people from tickets due to over running lights(Traffic Police here is really Strict about this :P).What this does is it performs the basic functioning of a traffic light.But it keeps on checking for traffic in both the lanes,if a situation arrives that there is no traffic in lane1,the lights for lane 2 do not go red,bu
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ABC: Basic Connections is a Book Listing Common Circuit Diagrams for Arduino Boards (Crowdfunding)

ABC: Basic Connections is a Book Listing Common Circuit Diagrams for Arduino Boards (Crowdfunding) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
PighiXXX is known for their very useful and pretty pinout diagrams, but they’ve now created a book called “ABC: Basic Connections” comprised of a collection of easy to read circuit...
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Mobil Data-Backup With Raspberry Pi 3: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Mobil Data-Backup With Raspberry Pi 3: 12 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
When travelling a few years ago, I needed my laptop to check the weather, book train and flight tickets, check emails and much more. Now I can do all this stuff with my smartphone and carrying a big laptop with power-supply seems a little out-dated. And there is one function that my smartphone can not provide at the moment: Backup all my pictures and videos from several cameras and sources! But, you don't need a big laptop for that. A small Wifi-Backup-HDD with SD-card slot is enough. There are devices like this out there, but I don't trust them, because they don't have a display, I don't see what is happening and they cost twice as much as a simple 2.5 USB-HDD. So I set up a Raspberry Pi 3 to do the job and it works great! You can use as much USB-HDDs as you want and have ful
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Switched LED Resistor Selector Array: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Switched LED Resistor Selector Array: 12 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Same as my other resistor array breadboard but you don't move the LED around. Just push the buttons! Also useful for changing the resistance in various circuits.
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Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board

Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
SainSmart UNO for Arduino: Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board
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GPIO: Raspberry Pi Models A and B - Raspberry Pi Documentation

GPIO: Raspberry Pi Models A and B - Raspberry Pi Documentation | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We've provided some basic examples to help you discover possible uses for your Raspberry Pi and to get started with software available in Raspbian.
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Led Matrix Arduino : 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Led Matrix Arduino : 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this tutorial i will show you how to interface 8x8 Led Matrix with Arduino UNO
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Raspberry Pi Smart Home Solution

Raspberry Pi Smart Home Solution | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We just love when our developers implement their crazy ideas. This is probably the laziest one, now we don't need to leave the computer at work or the couch at home.
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Azure IoT Suite adds physical IoT device/gateway tutorials

Azure IoT Suite adds physical IoT device/gateway tutorials | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
There are many facets to an IoT Solution - device code, cloud solution code, and application code - all working together to realize a business goal. Azure IoT Suite is designed to get you started quickly and realize business value from IoT.
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DIY a Zero-powered smartphone

DIY a Zero-powered smartphone | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
One of the first applications of the original Raspberry Pi was building a homebrew smartphone, but the launch of the smaller Raspberry Pi Zero, followed by the
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Introduction to Basic Electronics, Electronic Components and Projects – Manufacturing Stories

Introduction to Basic Electronics, Electronic Components and Projects – Manufacturing Stories | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Introduction to Basic #Electronics - Components & Projects by @Makerspaces_com https://t.co/aOUezrUfo1 #STEM #makers #makerspace #arduino https://t.co/zBGnbqaXiV
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Attack on the Clones: A Review of Two Common ESP8266 Mini D1 Boards

Attack on the Clones: A Review of Two Common ESP8266 Mini D1 Boards | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
ESP8266-based development boards have proliferated rapidly. One favorite, the WEMOS Mini-D1 is frequently imitated and sold without any branding. As these boards continue to ship to hobbyists an
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Create Your Own VR Game Controller Using Arduino: 4 Steps

Create Your Own VR Game Controller Using Arduino: 4 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you are a gamer and a hardware geek at the same time, you obviously know how hard it can be to choose how to spend weekend, playing games or making cool hardware. This project will give you heaven of the both worlds!We will create an Arduino based game controller which detects motion which works as a great controller for VR games. But it's not limited to VR, it can be used to play any supported PC, XBox or PlayStation game.Required Hardware: Arduino Uno MPU6050
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How to build cool stuff for the Internet of Things

How to build cool stuff for the Internet of Things | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Laser king Seb Lee-Delisle gives the low-down on building stuff that talks to the internet.
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Arduino Based Heartbeat Monitor -

Arduino Based Heartbeat Monitor - | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Heart rate, body temperature and blood pressure monitoring are very important parameters of human body. Doctors use various kind of medical apparatus like
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Open Source Energy Monitoring Using Raspberry Pi

Open Source Energy Monitoring Using Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
via RaspberryPi.org Hi, I’m Glyn from OpenEnergyMonitor. The OpenEnergyMonitor project was founded out of a desire for open-source tools to help people understand and relate to their use of energy,…
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DIY Power Supply for 5V and 3.3V: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

DIY Power Supply for 5V and 3.3V: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I'm currently migrating my old and hopefully interesting projects from my blog www.tiny-labs.com to instructables. I use this power supply regularly to power my embedded projects in the lab. It is very handy and tiny. I've used an USB port as power supply for my projects before. Some ICs need 3.3V instead of 5V as Vcc. Therefore I decided to build this small power supply. It uses a range of 7-14V (I use 7V for less power loss) as input voltage and supplies 5V and 3.3V with 1A each. Both supplies can be switched individually.I hope you can use this power supply for your projects. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to ask/post them in the comments or via PM. Enjoy :)Suggestions:I got two suggestion by gm280 and rafununu concerning the heat production. They suggest to mount heatsinks to the ICs. They are right, especially fo
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