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A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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GeoThings: Built-in GPS and mobile,solar, Arduino compatible

GeoThings is raising funds for GeoThings: Built-in GPS and mobile,solar, Arduino compatible on Kickstarter! GeoThings: built-in GPS and mobile connection, solar powered, cloud-powered, ultra low consumption and Arduino compatible IoT board
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10 Best Twitter Bot Projects for Raspberry Pi

10 Best Twitter Bot Projects for Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Twitter bots: automated programs that interact with the popular social network, often reacting to hashtags and events based on predetermined settings. For
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IoT Starter Kits - Our Kits - Shop

IoT Starter Kits - Our Kits - Shop | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Electronics for DIY and the Internet of Things (IoT) Community. Arduino, Raspberry Pi, 3D Printers and Robotic projects. Open Source Sensor Networks for developers
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The Internet of Things: 10 Useful Products You Must Try in 2016

The Internet of Things: 10 Useful Products You Must Try in 2016 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things is ramping up in 2016, but what does that mean exactly? How do you personally benefit from the Internet of Things? Here are a few useful products to illustrate.
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Arduino Your Home & Environment: Arduino & uBlox Neo 6M GPS

Arduino Your Home & Environment: Arduino & uBlox Neo 6M GPS | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
GPS on Arduino and Raspberry Pi - https://t.co/zWAvTQDj3m https://t.co/RPXpSyePDa
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Windows 10 IoT Core and Azure IoT Hubs : Hands-on Lab

Windows 10 IoT Core and Azure IoT Hubs : Hands-on Lab | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this lab you will use a Raspberry Pi 2 device with Windows 10 IoT Core and a FEZ HAT sensor hat. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Weather - Raspberry Pi

Weather - Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hi This week the Foundation started shipping kits to schools for the big weather station project – great news for the 1000 schools around the world who have been in eager anticipation. This announcement comes with the launch of a number of learning resources related to weather (some require the kit, some do not) which …
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‘Open-hardware’ pioneers push for low-cost lab kit

‘Open-hardware’ pioneers push for low-cost lab kit | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Conference aims to raise awareness of shared resources for building lab equipment.
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How To Build Your Own Kodi/XBMC Media Center | Raspberry Pi 3 | NUEtronix

This is our "How To Build Your Own Media Center with the Raspberry Pi 3" tutorial guide. Website - http://NUEtronix.com Link to download NOOBS: ...
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The soul of the open source automatic bartender: the DRINK MAKER software

Pinned onto Open Electronics  After the first installment about the hardware, here we deal with the software to be loaded in the Raspberry Pi board and the RandA’s firmware, needed in order to make our automatic bartender machine operational.   In the last July’s issue we proposed a project that, even if probably unusual, was undoubtedly fitting for […]
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Tim Golden: Python on the micro:bit — TouchDevelop or the Mu editor?

You may have noticed that the BBC micro:bit has been launched (for the third time, I think). This time, it’s actually being to delivered to schools and teachers have the opportunity to use it with their Year 7s (11-year-olds).Some of them will be using the Block Editor, a sort of Scratch-alike provided on the official micro:bit TouchDevelop website.But we hope that many will choose to use MicroPython, the complete re-implementation of Python specially designed to fit onto small boards and embedded systems. A lot of work has gone into making sure it runs well on the micro:bit and has a special “microbit” module from which you can import all the tools you need to access the LEDs, the accelerometer etc. You can read about it on the micro:bit community page on the Python website.Earlier this week I helped out at a workshop organised at Maidstone Grammar School by CAS South East to introduce some Kent-based teachers to Python on the micro:bit. One issue which arose was whether to use the TouchDevelop Python editor (created by Nicholas Tollervey) or the standalone Mu Editor (created by Nicholas Tollervey). As I spoke to the teachers at that workshop, there was an amount of confusion & misunderstanding so I lay out here what you need to know about each editor.GeneralThe most important point is that it doesn’t matter. Both editors have the same purpose: to provide a means to run a Python program on the micro:bit. The same code, the same version of Python, the same result on the micro:bit. The choice will be down to how the points below interact with your preference, your environment, and the restrictions in place in your school. Also the extent to which you want to achieve commonalities with (a) other TouchDevelop languages; or (b) a local solution (eg because you’ve invested in Classroom for Github).The TouchDevelop EditorThe TouchDevelop editor obviously integrates with the TouchDevelop world, saving scripts which can be shared with other TouchDevelop users. It follows the same pattern as the other TouchDevelop languages and therefore benefits from familiarity with those.The TouchDevelop scripts are inaccessible except via TouchDevelop. (Although you can obviously cut-and-paste out of the editor but still…). You can’t, eg, hold them on Github or on your PiNet setup.TouchDevelop requires you to be online. UPDATE: Peli de Halleux points out that it works offline.TouchDevelop runs in the browser so no new software or installation is needed. (I don’t know whether it will run inside the standard browsers on the Raspberry Pi).The process to get your TouchDevelop script onto the Microbit is very slightly more involved than the equivalent Mu process.The Mu EditorMu does not require you to be onlineMu works like any local editor (I found myself saying “think of notepad”).Mu saves files locally so does not share by default but can make use of whatever your standard filesharing solution is (Google Drive, Github, school fileserver etc).Mu can copy your code directly to the micro:bit to run immediately.Mu requires you to be able to run arbitrary software (albeit without installing) on the classroom machines.Mu allows you to program directly on the Microbit via the REPL. However…… on Windows, use of the REPL requires installation of a driver which may not be possible (at least without some bureaucracy).
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SDR Cape for BeagleBone

Secuobs.com : 2016-03-23 12:12:59 - Hackaday - In the old days if you wanted to listen to shortwave you had to turn a dial Later, you might have been able to tap in a frequency with a keypad With modern software-defined radio and the right hardware you can just listen to the entire high-frequency spectrum at one time That s the idea behind KiwiSDR, an open source daughterboard ok, cape for the BeagleBone The front end covers 10 kHz to 30 MHz and has a 14-bit converter operating at 65 MHz There is a Xilinx Artix-7 A35 FPGA onboard and a GPS, too The design is open source read more
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Amazon teaches you how to build an Alexa-powered device with a Raspberry Pi

Amazon teaches you how to build an Alexa-powered device with a Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Amazon has released a guide that developers can use to build their own device incorporating Alexa, Amazon's voice-powered virtual assistant.
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How This School Library Increased Student Use by 1,000 Percent

How This School Library Increased Student Use by 1,000 Percent | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Some school libraries are reinventing themselves as makerspaces, but this Ohio library took a slightly different approach and has seen incredible results.
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How to Create a Smart Device With Arduino and Node.js Using PubNub - Envato Tuts+ Code Tutorial

How to Create a Smart Device With Arduino and Node.js Using PubNub - Envato Tuts+ Code Tutorial | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this tutorial, you‘ll learn how to get started with Arduino Uno with Johnny-Five, a JavaScript Robotics framework. You'll build a “Hello world” of hardware, and ultimately, create your first true Internet of Things prototype using PubNub data stream APIs to control the hue of an LED remotely. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Medium; Tags: Internet of Things, Arduino, LED Lights, Node.js, JavaScript, Hardware
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Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Echo-like speaker with this recipe from Amazon

Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Echo-like speaker with this recipe from Amazon | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Amazon posts detailed instruction on how to rig up a Raspberry Pi with Alexa voice commands.
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Know what a FPGA is? Then the Snickerdoodle is for you — and better than the Raspberry Pi | ExtremeTech

Know what a FPGA is? Then the Snickerdoodle is for you — and better than the Raspberry Pi | ExtremeTech | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
While you can use a Raspberry Pi as a standalone computer, Snickerdoodle is more like an Arduino or Raspberry P
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Raspberry Pi 2 – Always In Tao

Raspberry Pi 2 – Always In Tao | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi 2 https://t.co/MI8KTo9OG6 #computers #raspberripi #tech2 Via @AlwaysInTao
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HOME SECURITY SYSTEM USING ARDUINO UNO

Hi All, This is a project on home security system .Also it can be called a building monitor. This system involves IR sensor , PIR sensor and ultrasonic txer and ...
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KiwiSDR: BeagleBone Software-defined Radio (SDR) with GPS | Open Source Hardware News | Raspberry Pi

KiwiSDR: BeagleBone Software-defined Radio (SDR) with GPS | Open Source Hardware News | Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Valent F(x) is raising funds for KiwiSDR: BeagleBone Software-defined Radio (SDR) with GPS on Kickstarter! Turn your BeagleBone Black into a wide-band (0-30 MHz) SDR with a multi-user web interface. Includes a software-defined GPS receiver. | Open Source Hardware News | Raspberry Pi
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Raspberry Pi and Arduino Home Automation | Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers

Raspberry Pi and Arduino Home Automation | Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Electronichamsters design home automation platform using Raspberry Pi and Arduino
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ESP8266 as SPI master and Arduino as SPI slave

ESP8266 as SPI master (nodeMCU board at left) and Arduino as SPI slave ( makeit.cat board at right)
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Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center

Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Before the “digital age” many families used wall calendars to show a monthly view of upcoming events. This modern version of the wall mounted calendar includes | See more about Calendar, Raspberries and Family Calendar.
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Download BeagleBone Cookbook: Software and Hardware Problems and Solutions PDF

http://j.mp/1MphiSo.
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