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Is it possible to build a cheap GENIVI system for your car with a BeagleBone Black?

Is it possible to build a cheap GENIVI system for your car with a BeagleBone Black? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I've been wondering if it would be possible to hack together a cheap GENIVI compliant system using some using BeagleBone Black as the core computer. You might end up with wires all around your car but that's what car tinkering is all about right?
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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-Fritzbox Presence Triggered Heater Controller : 2 Steps (with Pictures)

Raspberry-Fritzbox Presence Triggered Heater Controller : 2 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello,with this project I wanted to save energy consumption in my flat. It is big and often nobody's there, and with this stupid-standard-heater-controller I only could insert one timeframe for the day for the heater to stay on, so often the heater would run without anybody being there waisting energy, which I hate.I wanted presence-detection. And I've figured out how to do it and works so nicely. The heater runs only when someones there and in the night it goes off at a specified time which can be different for each day also. Presence detection works like this: with the IMAC-number of your smartphone the WLAN-Status can be read out of the fritzbox with the raspberry-pi via WLAN. Depending on the presence status (means: Smartphone is connected to WLAN) which was found, the heater controller triggers a servo, which then puts the heater physically on or off.You need: raspberrypi wit
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Baksa - Interactive Art Installation: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Baksa - Interactive Art Installation: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
'Baksa' is a Hindi word for Box.Its an Interactive Art Installation which we made for 'The Lost Party', a music & arts festival in India.The idea behind the installation was to make it as aesthetically pleasing as possible, while ensuring major impact when seen for the first time. In order to make this happen, we decided to make a massive cube shaped structure that pulsates with light and vivid colours. Being a cubic structure, there were six faces that needed to be represented. Given the theme of the festival was ‘being lost’, it was decided the theme should be extended across to the installationIt was apparent that using a ‘maze’ as a symbol for ‘being lost’ might be a good idea. For greater visual impact, a ‘whirlpool’ like motif was introduced It was critical to embody the spirit of a party. After further brainstorming, it became clear that best directio
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Jewelry with Flora, Gemma and NeoPixels #WearableWednesday

Jewelry with Flora, Gemma and NeoPixels #WearableWednesday | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
From jacquic6 on Instructables: To make the infamous Peek Jewelry, you will need: – a adafruit Flora and Gemma or a neopixel, whichever one you prefer – some conductive thread (and opti…
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Portable ECG Machine : 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Portable ECG Machine : 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test which measures the electrical activity of your heart to show whether or not it is working normally. An ECG can reveal a wealth of information about cardiac regulation, as well insights into pathological conditions. An electrocardiogram can be a useful way to find out whether your high blood pressure has caused any damage to your heart or blood vessels. If you have any heart disease such as high blood pressure, or symptoms such as palpitations or chest pain you may require a routine ECGs. Demo Video:In this instructables I will show you how you can make your own 3 lead ECG machine very easily (no complex circuit!!!).I tried to keep it very simple so that you can easily reproduce it. No complex circuit, no complex soldering!.
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DIY Animatronic Tail with Arduino - Cool Wearable

DIY Animatronic Tail with Arduino - Cool Wearable | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
So you would like to make your own wearable, Arduino driven animatronic tail for your next cosplay event?  circuito.io has shared a guide that shows you how to do just that. You are going to need Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO, SparkFun triple axis accelerometer, analog joystick, and servos to pull it off. Knowledge of …
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Powerful Raspberry Pi-style Board Appears For Android; Runs Nougat

Powerful Raspberry Pi-style Board Appears For Android; Runs Nougat | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Chinese manufacturer Huawei has worked with Google on a new Raspberry Pi-like developer-centric single board computer for Android developers that, in theory, could...
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Get Off Your Butt Timer: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Get Off Your Butt Timer: 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We've all read it. "Sitting is the new smoking", "Sitting is killing you", etc. Regardless of what the studies and headlines show you I think it is pretty easy to agree that sitting on your butt all day isn't healthy. Many of us with desk jobs do exactly that for 8+ hours a day though. I work in front of a computer most of my day and I know that my back starts to get sore, my posture sucks, etc after getting into "the zone" and working away for 2-3 hour stretches. I'm always looking for an excuse to make something and thought a simple reminder to get up and walk around or stand and work (at a modular sit/stand work station) would be a pretty good thing.Furthermore, I have Type 1 Diabetes which is an autoimmune disease in which my body decided to attack my pancreas and kill of
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Arduino Top 10 Must Know Basics: 11 Steps

Arduino Top 10 Must Know Basics: 11 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Now that you’ve heard about the Arduino Microcontroller and maybe even run out and bought one, how do you do things with it? When you’re just getting started with tinkering, the questions can be non-stop. Obviously, a sense of patience and curiosity are staples, but everything else is something you can learn, so here are my Top 10 Basic Arduino Must Know Factoids to help you get tinkering! Throughout this Instructable I tried to include some basic code to use with the components. It is not the complete list, just a good starting point. Watch the punctuation and caps, they matter (I think I caught any mistakes), you do not need to indent, I did that to draw attention to the code used in a routine or section.When you’re ready to move on and want more, I recommend Arduino.cc and Adafruit.com as the best 2 places to start but loo
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Dancing Robot Teapot via @Arduino

Dancing Robot Teapot via @Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino team shared: A Robotic Dancing Teapot You may have seen robots that wobble around, such as BOB, OTTO and ZOWI. Though their locomotion style of shifting the unit’s weight on huge feet is cl…
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Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits

Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : - Tools Gift Certificates Arduino Cables Sensors LEDs Books Breakout Boards Power EL Wire/Tape/Panel Components & Parts LCDs & Displays Wearables BeagleBone Prototyping Raspberry Pi Wireless Young Engineers 3D printing NeoPixels Kits & Projects Robotics & CNC Accessories Cosplay/Costuming Halloween Reseller & University Packs Internet of Things - IoT Media Particle Development Boards Batteries Gift Ideas Android Things Sale ecommerce, open source, shop, online shopping
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Simplest ESP8266 Local Time Internet Clock With OLED: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Simplest ESP8266 Local Time Internet Clock With OLED: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I was looking for a straightforward clock to use with a 128x64 OLED I got from Adafruit but found that a lot of the implementations were too cumbersome, involved a ton of code, weren't clear on what NTP servers to use and how, and basically offered very little in terms of making a clock with the LOCAL time (not UTC, which is easy enough to get). So I set about doing my own research and ended up with this simple clock that leverages already made libraries to minimize the code footprint, while offering some interesting tweaks in displaying the time (like AM/PM, 12-hour format, names for months, days, etc). This instructable assumes you have some experience programming ESP-01s but if not, there are a ton of wonderful tutorials available on Instructables! Enjoy!
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SemiWiki.com - A Self-Contained Software-Driven Prototype

SemiWiki.com - A Self-Contained Software-Driven Prototype | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
You’re building an IP, subsystem or SoC and you want to use a prototype together with a software testbench to drive extensive validation testing. I’m not talking here about the software running on the IP/SoC CPU(s); what I mean is the testbench you want to use to wrap around the whole system. This is a very common requirement. An obvious conclusion is to hook the prototype up to a host PC, run your testbench there and connect to the prototype through one of the standard interfaces.
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But there’s a problem. Your real design probably has all kinds of communication interfaces to the rest of the system to which it will ultimately connect, yet you’re constrained to pushing all that testbench activity through a relatively narrow pipe between the prototype and the PC. Wouldn’t it be nice to have wider and more realistic channels to connect the testbench to the DUT?
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Fingerprint Garage Door Lock Powered By Arduino (video) - Geeky Gadgets

Fingerprint Garage Door Lock Powered By Arduino (video) - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Electronics enthusiasts looking for a new project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in this awesome fingerprint garage door lock which is
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Raspberry Pi Powered Media Center to Take on Holiday

Raspberry Pi Powered Media Center to Take on Holiday | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
via Element 14 Community We recently went on holiday and I took my laptop & VGA cable with me. It was my intention to hook it up to the TV and play some media on it to keep the kids happy on ra…
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Robot using Arduino and Bluetooth Module (Obstacle Avoidance Robot) - Electronic Circuits and Diagram-Electronics Projects and Design

Robot using Arduino and Bluetooth Module (Obstacle Avoidance Robot) - Electronic Circuits and Diagram-Electronics Projects and Design | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project is designed to build a robot that automatically detects the obstacle on its path and guides itself whenever an obstacle comes ahead of it. This robotic vehicle is built, using Arduino UNO board. An ultrasonic sensor is used to detect any obstacle ahead of it. A motor driver IC and 2 DC motors [...]
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Bust Ghosts with This Ghostbusters Proton Pack How-To

Bust Ghosts with This Ghostbusters Proton Pack How-To | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hunting for ghosts is serious business, and Instructables user somuchhotglue decided to take supernatural matters into her own hands by making a Holtzmann costume last Halloween. She based her prot…
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NEW PRODUCT – Micro B USB Cable with LCD Voltage / Current Display

NEW PRODUCT – Micro B USB Cable with LCD Voltage / Current Display | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The latest on the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is a concept of having everyday devices connected, sharing and communicating data and information.
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Bike Speedometer: 11 Steps (with Pictures)

Bike Speedometer: 11 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I went to an REI garage sale a few weeks ago, and I picked up an awesome $50 bike speedometer for only $5! I often bike with a group of friends, and it is cool to see my speed in real time. It would be awesome if they could do the same, but none of us want to pay full price. This is what motivated me to try to make my own.
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How to Stretch Images Through Time With Space-time Camera and Processing: 15 Steps (with Pictures)

How to Stretch Images Through Time With Space-time Camera and Processing: 15 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
One of the primary ways we perceive our environment is through vision. Each of our eyes contains a lens that projects the 3-dimensional space around us into a 2-dimensional image on the retina. As time evolves, we see the space change around us. Therefore, time is sometimes considered another dimension along which we can perceive our environment. Like our eyes, cameras also consist of a lens that projects the 3D environment onto a sensor, with the added ability of storing the 2D projection as a picture.Instead of visualizing the universe as a 2D spatial projection onto a sensor or retina, you can also imagine viewing the universe along the time dimension. With this visualization of the universe, an image has a single space axis and a time axis as opposed to two spatial axes (see the diagram). These images can be called space-time images, and they enable you to visualiz
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Talk to All Your Devices. Google Now Integration With Arduino (Smartphone/Smartwatch): 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Talk to All Your Devices. Google Now Integration With Arduino (Smartphone/Smartwatch): 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
“Take control”, this is the watchword of the contest in which I participate with this my first INSTRUCTABLES.Just take control, it is the purpose of this project. Taking control of our home, of our office, of the electronic devices or also of the home appliances. But take control means having the command, and have command means to giving orders, and what better way to give an order, of a direct and instant voice command?Voice commands, because of their immediacy and simplicity, are becoming more common and integrated, but how can we exploit it?An ARDUINO is enough! Just harness the microphone and the speech synthesizer of a common smartphone / tablet Android to control an Arduino with our voice, letting him do the rest.--The video of how it works--Here are the macro steps that will follow:-1 COMMAND AND CODEFirst of all we decide what to do with Arduino, to the even
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Google Assistant SDK Announced

Google Assistant SDK Announced | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Google today announced the release of the Google Assistant SDK. The SDK will allow developers to include Google Assistant interactions in their hardware prototypes. The Google Developers Blog says, “The Google Assistant SDK includes a…
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RPI3 2600 (raspberry pi 3 enclosure) #3DPrinting #3DThursday

RPI3 2600 (raspberry pi 3 enclosure) #3DPrinting #3DThursday | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The latest on the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is a concept of having everyday devices connected, sharing and communicating data and information.
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Arduino Time-Lapse Panorama Controller: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Arduino Time-Lapse Panorama Controller: 7 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Panorama Controller for GoPro CamerasThe controller will rotate your GoPro over a set angle for a set duration or will rotate you GoPro for a full rotation for a set duration.This project is based on the original instructable by Tyler Winegarner See instructable here and also from Mark Wheeler's version of Tyler Winegarner's instructable See Mark Wheeler's instructable here or his web site here .My instructable combines software and hardware from both versions as well as adding some different build and control options of my own. further details on my web site.I have added code for a 4x20 I2C LCD display and switches rather than the SainSmart LCD Keypad Shield. I have also removed the Arduino UNO shield and replaced it with an Arduino Atmega 328 mounted on vero board. Full schematics and vero board layouts included.The Arduino controls a Geared Stepper Motor 28BYJ-48 via a ULN2003 Stepper Motor Drive
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Top 5 Facts About Tails OS

Top 5 Facts About Tails OS | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
When it comes to being secure on the internet, users can take many different precautions. Those users who are slightly more
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