In this video we will use an Arduino Yun (or leonardo with a wifi shield) to connect with the Yahoo Weather API and return the value of the local temperature (whatever location you want!) as an integer to be used in whatever project you can dream up. We will go through a service called Temboo that makes communicating with many API's very easy. You will need: - Arduino Yun or an Arduino Leonardo and a WIFI Shield (BOTH will be considered a "YUN" board in the Arduino IDE).- A USB cable. - A 9V Battery -and a 9V battery pack with barrel plug to power the Arduino Board and an on/off switch. Links to all parts can be found here: Parts and Code
Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it. So using a Raspberry Pi as our minimalistic computer, let's create our own Network Attached Storage. You can find the project page for this video at this link:http://www.tinkernut.com/2014/10/make-nas-network-attached-storage/Courtesy: Tinkernut
This is an instructable that tells you how to make a computer with a raspberry pi. This is an easy thing to do if you know a lot about this kind of thing. If you know nothing about this, then follow the steps. (I am sorry if any of the pictures are bad.)
Sometimes there's just no place like your desktop. You've already got your favorite development tools and references setup or installed and it's a pain when you're trying to work on an unfamiliar, or...
HMC5883L are popular Compass sensors. They can be used for navigation systems, drones, and robots.In this Instructable, I will show you, how easy it is to program Arduino to use HMC5883L Compass, with Visuino - an easy to use graphical development environment for Arduino.Please note that the annotation on some of the pictures in this Instructable will work correctly on some browsers only after you click on the image to expand it.Please make sure you click on the image to see the annotation showing the correct spot on the image!
This instructable is a calculator to determine the resistor and capacitor values to use in common 555 timer circuits. I have included versions for the RaspberryPi and the Arduino with simple circuits to blink two LEDs like the 555 would. The version for a Linux PC only shows the printed values.The Idea came from this comment in this instructable where I built a hardware emulator for a 555 using an Arduino.One thing occurred to me: What about a version, on the Arduino, where the component types and values are simply programmed in software, and thus don't have to exist as solid objects. You select the type of circuit, enter the values of the R + C components, and use either an external pin or software trigger as the source signal.Steps 1 and 2 are the program and circuit for the RaspberryPi, you will need: RaspberryPi - any model Breadboard Pushbutton ...
About this how toThis how to refers to the itbrainpower.net a-gsm shield, having following main features:Worldwide compatibility - quad band module GSM / GPRS / SMS / DTMF supported Two SIM sockets (single SIM active) combo Integrated GSM antenna and uFL connector for external antenna (as standard) Integrated uSD(TF) socket Micro-USB interface for communication and powering 3-5V serial interface (auto) 5-38V wide voltage switching power supply ARDUINO & RASPERRY PI direct compatibility Windows and Linux PC connectivity Audio jacks (high power audio out-700 mW RMS, in- capacitor MIC) Ideal for small-medium series gadget / project integrationMore about a-gsm shield >> presentation and features, documentation and more.RaspberryPI and a-gsm shield can communicate together in TWO ways: using the RPI serial port (TXD0 + RXD0) or via the USB connection. The second one is quite useful when the RPI serial port it is not available (Eg. it's designated to support serial communication ...
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