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Raspberry Pi + Indiegogo = One Rural School In Swaziland Kitted Out With A Computer Lab | TechCrunch

Raspberry Pi + Indiegogo = One Rural School In Swaziland Kitted Out With A Computer Lab | TechCrunch | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Most of the million+ $35/$25 Raspberry Pi microcomputers shipped to buyers to-date have been helping U.S.- and U.K.-based makers realise their electronics' dreams.
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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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C-Turtle: The landmine-detecting robot 'turtle' - BBC News

C-Turtle: The landmine-detecting robot 'turtle' - BBC News | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The disposable robot is made from cardboard and powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero computer.
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Brewing Beer With a Raspberry Pi: Measuring Temperature - DZone IoT

Brewing Beer With a Raspberry Pi: Measuring Temperature - DZone IoT | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
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VOICE CONTROLLED ARDUINO ROBOT: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

VOICE CONTROLLED ARDUINO ROBOT: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
hello guys this is Milin here, a technology enthusiast you can join on to my instagram page www.instagram.com/build_more/ there you might come across new projects and you might wanna build few of them so today we will be building a voice activated bluetooth robot.mainly the data tranfered is only the texts from mobile bluetooth the robot bluetooth moduleso mainly using the software i have made the android application in MIT edu app inventorthat converts your voice signal to the text like forward baclward left righ
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Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7

Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Seeed Studio's $7 "Seeeduino V4.2" board is a full-sized Arduino Uno clone with a micro-USB host port, Uno-style expansion headers, and 3x Grove interfaces.
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First Python Program on the Raspberry Pi | Electronics Hub – Manufacturing Stories

First Python Program on the Raspberry Pi | Electronics Hub – Manufacturing Stories | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
STEM EDUCATION July 19, 2017 In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to write and run your first Python Program on Raspberry Pi. In the process, you will understand what Python Program is, what the applications of Python Programming are, how to write Python Programs on Raspberry Pi and how to run...
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Arcade Controller on a Budget: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Arcade Controller on a Budget: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Ever wanted a proper arcade style joystick with buttons but didn't want to give several hundreds of euros for one? Don't have a fancy cnc or a laser cutter? I managed to make this one with only a few simple tools.Best thing about it you can plug it into your PC, Raspberry Pi or Android device and it will work without any fancy drivers!I got my kit from banggood but I saw similar ones on ebay and aliexpress. It was 13€ at the time that I bought it, shipping included. Nice thing about it that it has all of the components and you only need to make a case for it. It's a sanwa style zero delay kit.
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RoGeorge Attacks a Pulse Meter

RoGeorge Attacks a Pulse Meter | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The “Crivit Sports” is an inexpensive chest-strap monitor that displays your current pulse rate on a dedicated wristwatch. This would be much more useful, and presumably more expensive,…
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Mozilla Pi web gateway and Project Things

Mozilla Pi web gateway and Project Things | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Mozilla Pi web gateway and Project Things http://iot.mozilla.org/gateway/ https://blog.hackster.io/a-web-of-things-gateway-for-the-raspberry-pi-from-mozilla-77e39b6b5be0 Alasdair Allan Jul 11 A We
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600 Watt, 3d-printed, Halbach Array, Brushless DC Electric Motor: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

600 Watt, 3d-printed, Halbach Array, Brushless DC Electric Motor: 10 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a very powerful, 3d-printed brushless DC electric motor. It has 600 Watts, and performs with more than 80% efficiency. The main components like rotor and stator can be printed with a common FDM-printer. Magnets, copper wire, and ball-bearings are ordinary components. The magnets of the rotor are arranged as Halbach Array. The motor runs with a standard ESC widely used in different RC-applications (plane, drone, car).Max. power (tested) 600 W Nominal Voltage 30 V Nominal Current 20 A Kv 255 rpm / V Efficiency (at nominal power) 80 % Total Weight 900 g Diameter 105 mm Length (without Shaft) 85 mm Shaft Diameter 8 mmThe motor is a redesign based on the learnings from the makeSEA Motor. For the design I've used Fusion 360, for 3d-printing Simplify3D, Ultimaker 2, and Makerbot Replicator 2x. The referenced videos above show additional information: general demo, building and assembly instructions.The required hardwar
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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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Gigabyte Announces Tiny PC More Powerful and Upgradeable Than...

Gigabyte Announces Tiny PC More Powerful and Upgradeable Than... | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Raspberry Pi has proved itself to be a versatile little computer, and you can get them for pocket change. It’s a bit light on power, though. Now, Gigabyte
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Tor's blog – A smart home automation camera with MotionEyeOS and Raspberry Pi

Tor's blog – A smart home automation camera with MotionEyeOS and Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I just built a reasonably small and inexpensive home automation camera using   Raspberry Pi Zero W Raspberry Pi camera 5V micro-USB power supply Memory card. It was very simple to put together and it actually works quite well – now on to find a case for it, unless I use a window mount.
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Distribution Release: BackBox Linux 5 (DistroWatch.com News)

News and feature lists of Linux and BSD distributions.
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Getting Started – Windows 10 IoT Core + Raspberry Pi 3

Getting Started – Windows 10 IoT Core + Raspberry Pi 3 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Report Broken Video Issue: * Report Broken Video Your Name: * Submit Report Learn how to download, install and write your first app with Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 3 Windows 10 IoT Core is a version of Windows 10 built for the Internet of Things. ————— Our home page: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot Recommended SD […]
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Learning Corner: Arduino Timers

Learning Corner: Arduino Timers | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this video, the presenter will show you how to use the timer of a microcontroller (Arduino Uno — ATmega328P) to not only create precisely timed events but also generate a PWM signal with variable duty cycle and frequency up to 8MHz. Courtesy: GreatScott!
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A look at the nano text editor in GNU/Linux | Tux Machines

Given that I have been writing the odd article here and there about server work, hosting, VPS and the like, I thought that perhaps an article about editing configuration files / text documents in a command line scenario might be a good idea.
There are a few major text editors out there, some more user-friendly while some are more complex but bring extra power and configuration (I'm looking at you Vim.)
The editor that most users who are new to the world of working with text only will likely start with, is called Nano.
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How to Use the L293D Motor Driver (With Arduino).: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

How to Use the L293D Motor Driver (With Arduino).: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
What is a Motor Driver?A motor driver is a small Current Amplifier whose function is to take a low-current control signal and then turn it into a higher-current signal that can drive a motor. The L293D is a typical Motor Driver which can drive 2 DC motors simultaneously. Why Motor Drivers?Motor Driver ICs are primarily used in autonomous robotics only. Also most microprocessors operate at low voltages and require a small amount of current to operate while the motors require a relatively higher voltages and current . Thus current cannot be supplied to the motors from the microprocessor. This is the primary need for the motor driver IC.So if you want to build a rover or a robot using DC motors, then look no further than L293D Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver. In this Instructable, I'll show you how to get started with the L293D.
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LXer: Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7

LXer: Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Published at LXer: Seeed Studio’s 7 “Seeeduino V4.2” board is a full-sized Arduino Uno clone with a micro-USB host port, Uno-style
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Automatic Phone Dialer Illuminates Inner Workings

Automatic Phone Dialer Illuminates Inner Workings | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The invention of the transistor ushered in a lot of technologies that we now take for granted, and one of the less-thought-about areas that it improved living conditions worldwide was by making the…
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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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