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Naked Pi B+ Raspberry Pi Transparent Case (video) @ Weeder

Naked Pi B+ Raspberry Pi Transparent Case (video) http://t.co/JlmQ06b5c5 #entertainment #gaming #tech #gadgets
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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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The $5 Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock shortly -- but you'll need to act fast

The $5 Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock shortly -- but you'll need to act fast | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Raspberry Pi Zero might be tiny, but it’s been a huge hit for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The $5 asking price has resulted in tremendous demand for the barebones microcomputer, resulting in near continuous sell-outs.
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Get this Step-by-Step Arduino Training Guide for 92% off in the Boing Boing Store

Get this Step-by-Step Arduino Training Guide for 92% off in the Boing Boing Store | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Real engineers build things. Super cool engineers build things with their hands and fingers, like our engineering forefathers did. No idea where to even begin to do that? This step by step Arduino …
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[TA Deals] Get an understanding for Arduino with this guide (92% off)

[TA Deals] Get an understanding for Arduino with this guide (92% off) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Getting into programming and automation is tough. There’s no denying that. Arduino, one of the most popular platforms for beginners to try, isn’t all that easy either. But it doesn’t have to be difficult if you learn the right way.
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ULTRS-RADAR

ULTRS-RADAR | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Today we going to make an ULTRASONIC RADAR, we will be using the Arduino IDE to make the sketch for receive the data of the ultrasonic sensor and to send instructions to our servomotor. The Processing program is to make the image that it will be seen by the radar and make an animation of it.
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Cutting Cable With a Streaming Media Box! (XBMC/Kodi) Read temperature with DS18B20 | Raspberry Pi 2 Raspberry Pi Owncloud (dropbox clone) Raspberry Pi powered by batteries Raspberry Pi I2C (Python) anyting about ...
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Interfacing with Arduino Module 2 LAB2 Assignment

Build a circuit that lights an LED when it is sufficiently dark in a room. Demonstrate the circuit by covering the photoresistor to simulate darkness. Turn i...
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ESP8266 and Relay Control Using Smartphone

ESP8266 and Relay Control Using Smartphone | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This instruction describes ESP8266 microcontroller start-up to control by smartphone a relay connected to the ESP. In a separate instruction I will try to present a similar case, but instead of the ESP8266 microcontroller we will use Raspberry PI version B+. Here we go thenWhat will we need? A smartphone, Android (3.1.x Version or higher) or iPhone iOS 6.1 (or higher).An ESP8266 module version 512KB flash (or higher). This article will cover the ESP8266-12 version.A USB-Serial converter to program ESP. I have used the “FT232RL FTDI 3.3V 5.5V USB to TTL Serial Adapter”.PCB adapter for ESP.3.3/5V powering unit. I have used the YwRobot module.A relay module. For this article I have used version I had close at hand i.e. YwRobot 4 relay. 12V charger.Two (2) LED diodes, one of which must be RGB.Two (2) micro-switchesOne (1) transistor. I have used BC547.Three (3) 100R resistors.Two (2) 10K resistors.One (1) breadboard.Connecting wiring.Piece ...
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Arrow Super Cornhole - with Arduino, IR Sensor, and LEDs

Products used in this project: IR Sensor- https://www.arrow.com/en/products/search?q=ir+sensor Arduino Uno- https://www.arrow.com/en/products/a000073/arduino...
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Upgrade your old laptop with a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Upgrade your old laptop with a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Nice idea and build via Garage Tech. Have you ever wondered what to do with that old laptop you kept for so long because you never had the heart to trough it away? Plug a Raspberry Pi2 into your ol…
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Balancing Robot Project

Mini balancing Robot project, made using : Arduino uno, MPU 6050 Sensor, L293D motor drivers, Wheels and finally its body. for code & step by step work will ...
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Building a Raspberry Pi Pipboy 3000 - Cool Wearable

Building a Raspberry Pi Pipboy 3000 - Cool Wearable | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Remember the Pipboy 3000 from Fallout? You can now build one yourself using a Raspberry Pi and an Adafruit 3.5″ PiTFT. The device has a 2200 mAh battery, 3D printed enclosure, and speaker with music from Fallout 4. The enclosure has cutouts for IO ports, so you can add additional items. The complete list of …
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Custom BLE – No Programming required

Custom BLE – No Programming required | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This tutorial covers five (5) common Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) modules and for each one shows you how to control them via custom menus from your Android mobile without doing any programming.The free pfodDesigner Android app lets you create custom menus and then generates all the code for your particular BLE module. pfodApp is then used to display your custom menu on your Android mobile and let you control your module. No Android or Arduino coding is required.The modules covered are:-Arduino 101 / Genuino 101RFduino RedBearLab BLE Shield Adafruit Bluefruit LE UART Friend Itead BLE shield and other HM-10 modules Support for more modules will be added as requested.For each of these modules the hardware and software set up is covered and code for your custom menu is generated. Also a more extensive sample sketch is supplied for each module. That sample sketch covers more features of pfodApp such as:- ...
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Push data from ESP webserver to client

Push data from ESP webserver to client | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Maybe you used Ajax to pull your data off your webbrowser?With modern browsers you now can also push data.It's a technique that is used by Facebook and Twitter amongst others.In this instructable I used an ESP8266 with the Arduino IDE, but it will doubtlessly work with other webservers too.In the next step I will show you the easy HTMLand then for those who also use the ESP, there is a simple example sketch.
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Submersible Raspberry Pi drone - Raspberry Pi

Submersible Raspberry Pi drone - Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We found something rather fabulous on YouTube. Niels Affourtit has taken his home-made underwater drone (or ROV – Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle) from bathtub tests to real-world deployment in a great big lake somewhere in the Netherlands. It’s a sophisticated build – the video below says that it uses an HD camera, the Raspberry Pi, …
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Arduino based Traffic Light Simulator

Arduino based Traffic Light Simulator | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
+ + + some cables A little bit off topic for the 3D community , but then again maybe not , for those of you who design and create 3D models then this little blog will enable you to create a Traffic light simulator on a breadboard – insert some light emitting diodes , do some cabling and program the arduino. If you are into modelling then you could design and print the traffic lights once you understand how it all goes together. I found this on Thingiverse Traffic Light design and stl files Instructions Print out all the pieces and super glue them together. Place a battery in the base with one wire going from ground and three wires going from power. Connect each of the three powers to a different color 10" LED, and connect the ground to a snap. Solder a ground wire to each of the LEDs and connect each of these ground wires to a snap. Bring all the LEDs and wires through the traffic pole and then super glue each of the lights into one of the three holes in the head. Have all the snaps
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Conquer Arduino with this $15 course guide

Conquer Arduino with this $15 course guide | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Complete Arduino Step-by-Step Guide gives you the know-how to build your own electronics through hands-on instruction.
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Raspberry Pi Mouse goes straight without proportional control

It cannot recover from a small change of direction
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