I'm playing with the ELEC Freaks LCD Key Shield, and this is a simple and fun to use Arduino Shield that contains a 2 line LCD, a rotary encoder, a joystick, plus headers of unused pins for additional sensors.
hardware · arduino. Last month we looked at using Arduinos to monitor bathroom usage at thoughtbot so employees could check bathroom availability at their desks. After we had a working prototype, power consumption was ...
Apple's Magic Mouse is an impressive piece of hardware for a number of reasons. Heck, even the plastic retail box it comes in is pretty awesome. Why? Well, because it makes a perfect housing for the Raspberry Pi.
Bright Side of News* (blog) Raspberry Pi Overclocked Over 100% Using EVGA EPower and Phase-Change Bright Side of News* (blog) Most people don't really think about overclocking a Raspberry Pi, but when you're a true overclocker you want to try to...
“You can’t touch this” is the project submitted by Stefano Guglielmetti for the Connected Home Project Contest by Make Magazine. It’s composed by a movement sensor (PIR) plus a camera and an Arduino Yún.
BeagleBone: 9 Add-Ons That Power It Past Raspberry Pi EE Times Within the increasingly crowded space of single-board computers, the Raspberry Pi reigns supreme, its success fueled by expansion boards that extend its capabilities.
It is a beautiful piece of hardware and I’m sure takes pride of place in many a building, with scores of people gazing upon it in wonder, especially if you’ve hacked it to do something cool. But is it art?
A buddy of mine sent me a uBlox Neo 6M GPS module and said "figure it out". Cool, I love projects like this. There are 4 connections, TX, RX, VCC and Gnd. I connected TX of the module to pin 10 on the Arduino, Rx to Pin 11, VCC to 5v, and Gnd to Gnd.
What happens when you overclock a Raspberry Pi to 1.5 GHz?ITProPortalITProPortal's resident overclocker has been working with a product you might not initially expect a die hard overclocker to be interested in: the Raspberry Pi.
RaspMap maps Raspberry Pi components ElectronicsWeekly.com This site is a map of virtually all components of raspberry pi(rev2) in a single image, 25 of them you can click and will open the datasheet, you can see values of all capacitors and...
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : Blog - MiniPOV SpokePOV Tools MintyBoost Gift Certificates Arduino BoArduino TV-B-Gone Game of Life SIM reader Drawdio XBee Tweet-a-Watt Cables Robotics Sensors/Parts separator0 LEDs Clocks...
I got a Minecraft server running on a Raspberry Pi (a credit card sized computer). It actually works! I'm reminded of Staislaw Lem's short story, ”The Seventh Sally or How Trurl's Own Perfection Led to No Good,” from The ...
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