This week the Raspberry Pi Foundation launched the Compute Module 3, a tiny computer-on-a-module that looks like a stick of laptop memory. The $30 Compute Module 3 has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor and 1GB of RAM and it's aimed at developers looking for a small, cheap, low-power computer to power their hardware projects.
Have you ever needed to hold a circuit board to solder a few components? How about a model car or airplane part? Obviously, you will need a vise. However, for small work, you need a small vise. I have a Wilton 1755 5
Instructables user XenonJohn has used 3D printed parts to create an impressive bagpipe-playing robot. The noisy system consists of a low-cost bagpipe 'chanter,' a pair of 3D printed e-NABLE hands, and an Arduino Mega 2560.
It's been very quiet lately for the Mycroft project, an open-source initiative to bring a full-featured intelligent personal assistant to Linux desktops, but it looks like it's still alive and kicking, and it's now available as a Raspberry Pi image. Why a Raspberry Pi image for Mycroft? Because it will help developers, hackers, device makers, and any other enthusiast to easily deploy the artificial intelligence solution on a Raspberry Pi single-board computer and create their own Mycroft-enabled projects and various other exciting applications. "Mycroft now has a Raspberry Pi image that is ready to run. We have created the Picroft image so the community has access to a quick, easy to install artificial intelligence (AI)," said Joshua Montgomery, CEO of Mycroft A.I.. "Our thinking is that having ready access to an...
In this guide I'm going to do my best to give you the most straightforward, step-by-step process to enable a Linux computer (In this case, a Raspberry Pi 3) running X-Windows to remotely control the desktop of a Microsoft Windows desktop (Example shows Windows 7 Home Premium).I'll assume you already have a Linux computer loaded and running your favorite flavor of Debian/Raspbian. My Pi 3 is running Rasbian Jessie.I'll also assume you have a running copy of Windows (7 in my example) running on a different computer and BOTH the Linux and Windows computer are active on your network and working properly.We'll start with the Window
The third in the series is here! The CamJam EduKit #3 is focused on robotics and contains (almost) everything you need to create your very own Raspberry Pi-powered robot. All you need to do is to add your own chassis, Raspberry Pi (any model) and batteries! Then follow the worksheets to make your own motorized …
ZeroPhone is an open source smartphone that's powered by Raspberry Pi Zero. It runs on Linux and you can make one for yourself using parts worth $50. One can use it to make calls and SMS, run apps, and pentesting.
If you're like me (and you're a Linux Journal reader, so you may actually be like me), you probably rotate through your cell phones and/or tablets every couple years. These little devices are so convenient and have been consistently dropping in price, while their power continues to go up, so you may have a few older devices sitting in a drawer.
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