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Raspberry Pi
A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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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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Dawn Hewitson's curator insight, February 10, 2014 4:43 AM

Looking forward to having a go at some of the projects on here

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$49 PocketCHIP Mini PC Now Available (video)

$49 PocketCHIP Mini PC Now Available (video) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Next Thing has this week announced that their new PocketCHIP will be shipping out to those that have already pre-ordered the handheld mini PC later this month and is now available to purchase priced at $49. The PocketCHIP handheld PC comes equipped with a small 4.3 inch resistive touchscreen display that offers users a resolution […](Read More ...)(C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without our written permission.
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Brixo are LEGO Blocks for IoT and Robotics Applications (Crowdfunding)

Brixo are LEGO Blocks for IoT and Robotics Applications (Crowdfunding) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Brixo, an Israeli start-up, has designed LEGO compatible blocks – also called Brixo – that conduct electricity, embed sensors, Bluetooth connectivity LED lights, or even motors. You...See it on Scoop.it, via Raspberry Pi
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Tiny tube amp is a HAT for your Raspberry Pi | Chips | Geek.com

Tiny tube amp is a HAT for your Raspberry Pi | Chips | Geek.com | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
One of the Raspberry Pi’s best attributes is how easy it is to give it additional functionality. Some add-ons let you power it via a network cable. Others turn it into a laptop. [...]
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Analogue Wind Vane with Self Calibration

Analogue Wind Vane with Self Calibration | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
As the amazing online GPRS Weather Station project continues, we have yet another upgrade to the vast array of sensors with a professional analogue wind vane, kindly donated by Vector Instruments. This device will eventually be hooked into the new, upgraded, weather station module that I am designin...By: Tecwyn TwmffatContinue Reading »
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Monitor temperature and humidity value from your website (Internet of Things consept)

Monitor temperature and humidity value from your website (Internet of Things consept) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Today, I am going to show you how to plot DHT11's reading temperature and humidity values to put graph produced on your website. If you have got wireless modem, I mean WiFi hotspot point anyway which allows you to connect internet wireless, I am using ESP8266 ESP-01 module to connect wireless intern...By: Bay YolalContinue Reading »
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Assembling an Arduino Based Smoke / Heat Alarm

Assembling an Arduino Based Smoke / Heat Alarm | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
As you can see from this blog entry I developed the basics for this project two years ago as an alarm / shutoff switch for the RepRap 3D Printer kit that I had just assembled...and that had smoked!The Initial ProjectSince then I have had circuit boards that I have done nothing with until now! This ...By: WisarUKContinue Reading »
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Arduino OLED 128X64 IIC Serial Display: printing text and moving images

Arduino OLED 128X64 IIC Serial Display: printing text and moving images | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Have you bought yourself an OLED display for Arduino but don't know how to get started? Not as simple to use as you thought? Try this out! You'll learn to wire up your OLED display and communicate to it over serial (I2C). We're going to cover how to 1) send text input from the serial window on the computer to the OLED display 2) customize the Adafruit binary image which appears in the standard testing sequence (i.e. the falling star flakes from the original code provided by Adafruit Industries) to any 16x16 image you like and 3) control that image on the screen with a joystick. This tutorial is intended as a learning tool to get you started with the basics.Here's what you need: 1 x Arduino UNO + USB cable 1 x computer available to plug your Arduino in 1 x OLED 0.96" IIC Serial 128X64 display 1
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The Raspberry Pi-Arduino-SignalR Home Automation Hub

The Raspberry Pi-Arduino-SignalR Home Automation Hub | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Following a couple of my prelude IBLEs published here and here, this project takes the first step towards building the first version of a functional Home Automation Hub.I've used several different technologies in an effort to make sense of how I may be able to use all the things that I have learned ...By: andymenonContinue Reading »See it on Scoop.it, via Raspberry Pi
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Gigaom | Stephen Wolfram writes nifty IoT data store for his nifty software stack

Gigaom | Stephen Wolfram writes nifty IoT data store for his nifty software stack | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
One of the challenges associated with the internet of things is figuring out where to put all that data. If you have…
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Keysight U1282A Data Logger Software

Keysight U1282A Data Logger Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
IntroductionThe U1282AU1282A multimeter supports a high speed logging capability which I was keen to test.
By high speed it means approximately 10Hz indefinitely (at least for 8 hours using the supplied software, I have not tested for longer yet).
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Lit Constable Hat

Lit Constable Hat | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I thought it would be fun to add LEDs to my brother's Constable hat so it appeared to look like the light bar on a police cruiser. Materials There are a lot of wearable electronic materials available. I ordered LEDs, Arduino and battery box from AdaFruit and so far have been happy with the pro...By: kristeller62Continue Reading »
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7 Segment Display

7 Segment Display | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a short tutorial on the usage of 7 and 8 segment LED displays..For this tutorial you will require:An ArduinoA Bread BoardJumper wires230 Ohm ResistorsA 7 or 8 segment LED display.NOTE: All of the above components (and more) can be found in a convenient kit at this link: http://www.gearbest.c...By: Just4Fun MediaContinue Reading »
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Pi-Top Raspberry Pi Laptop Kit Arrives At Adafruit - Geeky Gadgets

Pi-Top Raspberry Pi Laptop Kit Arrives At Adafruit - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that are looking for a way to transform their pocket Raspberry Pi mini PC into a more professional portable system in the styleSee it on Scoop.it, via Raspberry Pi
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RPiKit Raspberry Pi Tutorial Suitcase (video) - Geeky Gadgets

RPiKit Raspberry Pi Tutorial Suitcase (video) - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you are looking to learn more about the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC or thinking about teaching coding, electronics or how to use the awesomeSee it on Scoop.it, via Raspberry Pi
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A Raspberry Pi cosmic ray detector from folk at CERN - Raspberry Pi

A Raspberry Pi cosmic ray detector from folk at CERN - Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A team from CERN is building Cosmic Pi, a Pi-based cosmic ray detector, in their free time, aiming to crowdsource the world’s largest cosmic ray telescope.See it on Scoop.it, via Raspberry Pi
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Arduino Nano - TCN75A Temperature Sensor Tutorial

Arduino Nano - TCN75A Temperature Sensor Tutorial | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
TCN75A is a two-wire serial temperature sensor incorporated with temperature-to-digital converter. It is incorporated with user programmable registers that provide flexibility for temperature-sensing applications. The register settings allow users to configure power saving mode, shutdown mode, one...By: Dcube Tech VenturesContinue Reading »
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Arduino Nano to Arduino Uno adapter

Arduino Nano to Arduino Uno adapter | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino Nano is a nice, small and cheap member of the Arduino family. It is based on the Atmega328 chip, what makes it as powerful as the biggest his brother Arduino Uno, but it can be obtained for less money. In Ebay now Chinese versions can be bought for less than 3 USD. Additionally to its s...By: MilenContinue Reading »
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Arduino OLED 128X64 IIC Serial Display: printing text and moving images

Arduino OLED 128X64 IIC Serial Display: printing text and moving images | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Have you bought yourself an OLED display for Arduino but don't know how to get started? Not as simple to use as you thought? Try this out! You'll learn to wire up your OLED display and communicate to it over serial (I2C). We're going to cover how to 1) send text input from the serial window on the computer to the OLED display 2) customize the Adafruit binary image which appears in the standard testing sequence (i.e. the falling star flakes from the original code provided by Adafruit Industries) to any 16x16 image you like and 3) control that image on the screen with a joystick. This tutorial is intended as a learning tool to get you started with the basics.Here's what you need: 1 x Arduino UNO + USB cable 1 x computer available to plug your Arduino in 1 x OLED 0.96" IIC Serial 128X64 display 1
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DIY Lithium Battery Charger Shield for Arduino -

DIY Lithium Battery Charger Shield for Arduino - | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this project, we are building a programmable single/multi cell lithium battery charger shield for Arduino. The shield provides LCD and button interface
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Open source near ubiquitous in IoT, report finds

Open source near ubiquitous in IoT, report finds | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Open source is increasingly the standard for IoT development. 91% of respondents in a recent survey use open source somewhere in their software stack.
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The European Version of Orvibo Wiwo S20 Smart Socket Has Been Found to Pose a “Serious Risk”

The European Version of Orvibo Wiwo S20 Smart Socket Has Been Found to Pose a “Serious Risk” | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The European Version of Orvibo Wiwo S20 Smart Socket Has Been Found to Pose a “Serious Risk” https://t.co/Mr1GHoTRXC
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Intel releases the Arduino 101 firmware source code

Intel releases the Arduino 101 firmware source code | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A good news for the open source community, directly from Arduino Blog. Now it is possible to add features to the real time operating system (RTOS) that is
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RTO+P’s Maker Studio Builds Giant Interactive Map for GOOD Magazine

RTO+P’s Maker Studio Builds Giant Interactive Map for GOOD Magazine | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
SXSW attendees experience a unique way to view the GOOD 100
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Watch how this awesome dude got Windows 95 to work on an Apple Watch - to play solitaire

Watch how this awesome dude got Windows 95 to work on an Apple Watch - to play solitaire | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Mobile developer Nick Lee has managed to get retro operating system Windows 95 to work on an Apple Watch.
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