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Raspberry pi : la petite histoire d’une grande idée

Raspberry pi : la petite histoire d’une grande idée | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Le Raspberry Pi (prononcé comme "Raze" "Berry" "Paille" en anglais) est un petit ordinateur de la taille d'une carte bancaire. Il a été conçu par une fondation éducative à but non-lucratif pour faire découvrir le monde de l'informatique sous un autre angle. C'est Alan, franco-irlandais qui nous raconte cette belle histoire. Charlotte Truchet et Pierre Paradinas..."

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Daniel Morgenstern's curator insight, January 11, 5:30 PM

Une belle histoire à raconter.

Joachim du Bellay's curator insight, January 12, 2:18 AM
Daniel Morgenstern's insight:

Une belle histoire à raconter

Joachim du Bellay's curator insight, January 12, 5:56 AM

Une belle histoire ;)

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10 Raspberry Pi Disk Images You Can Install This Weekend

10 Raspberry Pi Disk Images You Can Install This Weekend | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Whether you already own a Raspberry Pi or are planning to buy the latest model, you're probably aware of just how flexible this piece of kit is. Put simply, you can do almost anything with it, from managing your garden to taking photos in near earth orbit. 

But if you’re looking to get started straight away with a project, rather than spend time installing Raspbian and then finding the various project-specific software, why not use one of these pre-baked projects? All you’ll need to do is download and write the image to your SD card, insert into your Raspberry Pi, and power up..."

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Overview | Introducing the Raspberry Pi Model B+ | Adafruit Learning System

Overview | Introducing the Raspberry Pi Model B+ | Adafruit Learning System | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Yep, that's right, the fantastic engineers at Raspberry Pi HQ have blessed us with a new design. They've taken all the feedback over the last 3 years and rolled out a nice updated Pi with many fixes and extras...all at the same price! (...)"

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How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home

How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it
You don't need an expensive Nest to connect your home to the Internet of Things.

 

"The connected home, the ultimate ideal in technology-driven luxury, promises easy living by passing along our drudgery to computers. But it’s not perfect.

Even if you’re willing to shell out for expensive devices for your house, are you willing to trust them? There’s always the concern that when a middleman is involved, you’re relinquishing at least some control of your own domain.

In that case, why not roll your own connected home? ..."

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Le Raspberry Pi devient une Box domotique

Le Raspberry Pi devient une Box domotique | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Le Raspberry Pi, cette célèbre carte de développement, devient une box domotique. En effet, une version adaptée de la box domotique Zibase est disponible pour la carte..."

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How An Army Of MakerBot Replicators Will 3D-Print The Future [Video]

How An Army Of MakerBot Replicators Will 3D-Print The Future [Video] | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it
If you're a mad scientist, 3D printing is the technology for you!
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10 Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners

10 Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"The Raspberry Pi is a great little machine—it’s very affordable, highly portable, and user-friendly. But when you first get one, it can be a challenge to figure out which projects you should take on first. These 10 Raspberry Pi projects for beginners are great for getting an introduction to the hardware and software capabilities of the Pi, and will help you get up and running in no time! (...)"

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How Intel's Edison Stacks Up Against Arduino And Raspberry Pi

How Intel's Edison Stacks Up Against Arduino And Raspberry Pi | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"At long last, Intel has shipped its shipped its tiny Edison computer. Announced in January, this $50 module—which Intel insists on calling a "development platform"—is ready for your latest maker projects.


Intel has hinted at big plans for Edison; it clearly hopes to seed the device, or something like it, so widely that it might end up a standard for the still-emerging Internet of Things. For now, however, Intel is positioning Edison as a DIY device for makers and hobbyists, promising to "lower the barriers to entry for entrepreneurs of all sizes" by including specs for makers and a forum for showing off Edison-based projects. Indeed, the only places Edison is available for sale so far are hobby sites. (...)"

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How To Host A Website With Raspberry Pi

How To Host A Website With Raspberry Pi | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Running your own Web server is the ultimate mark of online independence—and it only need cost you $35.

 

Never underestimate the miniscule, $35 Raspberry Pi. Although it’s marketed as an experimental machine aimed at helping you learn to code, there’s nothing entry-level about its capabilities. 

In a pinch, you can even use your Raspberry Pi as a Web server. You can host a simple site or store files in the cloud so you can access them at any time—no monthly hosting fees, limited templates, or other barriers to your creativity (...)"

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10 Arduino Projects That Simplify Electronics Hacking

10 Arduino Projects That Simplify Electronics Hacking | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it
The best way to celebrate Arduino is to learn about its best projects and applications.

 

"Saturday marks World Arduino Day, an eponymous celebration of the first decade of the open-source single-board microcontroller designed for do-it-yourself electronics projects.

Developed in 2004 for Italian design students, Arduino quickly became a favorite for builders and makers all over the world. With a built-in set of inputs and outputs that can be directly connected to sensors, Arduino allows for projects that interact with the environment outside the tiny microcontroller.

For this reason, many compare Arduino to Raspberry Pi, but Arduino is not a self-sufficient computer like the Pi. What Arduino can do is make electrical engineering ridiculously easy..."

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Power Over Ethernet Router Conversion

Power Over Ethernet Router Conversion | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"The idea driving this project is to turn any standard, off-the-shelf router into a Power Over Ethernet (PoE)-capable unit without buying any adapters or additional hardware.

PoE is somthing fairly common in many business/office spaces. For example, many wireless access points in office buildings and universities use the technology so they don't have to run a power receptacle to wireless access points. For this instructable though, we're going to use PoE in a residential setting. Even the big router companies are starting to sell these adaptors to consumers like this Linksys WAPPOE12. But I think it costs way too much and is kinda bulky. If you're into the DIY bulky thing though/have a need for an external PoE injector, you could try this option..."

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Après le logiciel libre, le matériel ouvert et libre

Après le logiciel libre, le matériel ouvert et libre | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

certains mouvements expérimentent d’autres manières de concevoir et d’utiliser les objets de la vie courante.L’open hardware (ou matériel ouvert) en est un exemple concret. Mouvement comparable à celui du logiciel libre, l’open hardware chamboule le monde de la conception du matériel électronique. Là où les sociétés avaient l’habitude de garder secrets les plans électroniques, les programmes, les nomenclatures de pièces et tous les brevets, les défenseurs du matériel ouvert prônent le partage.

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