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Five Steps to TensorFlow on the Raspberry Pi

Five Steps to TensorFlow on the Raspberry Pi | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
If you have about 10 hours to kill, you can use [Edje Electronics's] instructions to install TensorFlow on a Raspberry Pi 3. In all fairness, the amount of time you'll have to babysit is about a

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An introduction to DIY filament extrusion and extruders | 3D Printing for Beginners

An introduction to DIY filament extrusion and extruders | 3D Printing for Beginners | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
How to make DIY filament for your 3D printer - A brief introduction to filament extrusion and desktop-type extruders

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The Little Buddy Talker - Arduino Compatible Speech Chip Set

Patrick Thomas Mitchell is raising funds for The Little Buddy Talker - Arduino Compatible Speech Chip Set on Kickstarter!

Small, versatile, fun, and inexpensive! Use the 254 word library to bring speech to your Arduino projects! Speak, Arduino, Speak!

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AirOwl - Know What You Breathe!

AirOwl - Know What You Breathe! | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
A project that speaks on behalf of mother nature. It is real time air quality monitoring device. . Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.

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IBoard! Web-controlled Whiteboard

IBoard! Web-controlled Whiteboard | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Hello to all,the project that I want to present I have realized entirely by myself from the mechanics to the control software. In life I make the web programme

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MATRIX Voice: Open-Source Voice Platform

MATRIX Voice: Open-Source Voice Platform | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
"Voice Recognition" dev board. Designed for the Raspberry Pi or Stand-alone with ESP32 (WiFi/BT/MCU)

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ShotBot - Arduino powered Pump Project

ShotBot - Arduino powered Pump Project | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot. We use two Ro... Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.

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IoT-oriented $7 Orange Pi Zero has both WiFi and Ethernet

IoT-oriented $7 Orange Pi Zero has both WiFi and Ethernet | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
The 48 x 46mm Orange Pi Zero runs Linux or Android on a quad-core Allwinner H2, and offers WiFi, 10/100, microSD, USB host and OTG, and a 26-pin RPi header.

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Arduino looong snake game with LCD 16x4

Arduino looong snake game with LCD 16x4 | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
All we do like old games such as Snake, one of the most popular games of our childhood. There are many projects on making this game http://www.instructables.com/howto/arduino+snake+game/ .
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3D Printed Wireless Lantern

3D Printed Wireless Lantern | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
This battery powered wireless charging lantern will glow for 1.5 hours on a single charge. It works with a handful of electronic parts and a USB charger. The USB cable plugs into the base, and the lamp sits on the base and charges through induction, which we'll get into later.The lamp housing, charging base, and lens are all 3D printed on a desktop FDM printer. This project is part of a family of wireless charging products I'm working on. A swamp cooler, bluetooth speaker, and aroma diffuser are all in the works!

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TheThingsNetwork LoRa node with ESP8266 and RN2483

TheThingsNetwork LoRa node with ESP8266 and RN2483 | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
TheThingsNetwork is a global community with a mission of bringing the Internet Of Things world closer to the people and making the connectivity easy and completely free. It’s doing that by pr…

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Tweet from @ArtKasser

Tweet from @ArtKasser | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Side project before finishing my last #artwork.Binary thermometer with #arduino Lilypad USB #art #copper #papercuit https://t.co/3DEEjheakI
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Create a Raspberry Pi Photo Booth for Your Next Party | Make:

Create a Raspberry Pi Photo Booth for Your Next Party | Make: | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Use the new Pi 3 to make a touchscreen photo booth that instantly uploads to Google Photos!

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Vehicle Hacks with Sony's Spresense

Vehicle Hacks with Sony's Spresense | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Want to trace your child's driving habits? Want to alert them as to their speed or excessive speed? Sony's Spresense can support you!. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.

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Homework Writing Machine

Homework Writing Machine | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
** PLEASE VOTE FOR THIS INSTRUCTABLE AT THE END ** Hi guys , As per the title this is a simple project using Arduino to make Homework writing machine a

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Open source voice assistant speaker promises user privacy

Open source voice assistant speaker promises user privacy | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Mycroft has Kickstarted an open source “Mycroft Mark II” smart speaker and voice assistant that runs Linux on a quad-core Xilinx SoC, and offers a 6-mic beamforming array, 10W speaker, 4-inch touchscreen, and a promise of user privacy.

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E-Paper Weather Display With Photon and IFTTT

E-Paper Weather Display With Photon and IFTTT | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
If you have an E-Reader such as a Barnes & Noble NOOK or an Amazon Kindle then you're already familiar with e-paper. The e-paper display on your e-reader i

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DIY Art Deco Analog Thermometer Using Arduino

DIY Art Deco Analog Thermometer Using Arduino | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Dear friends welcome to another tutorial.In this tutorial we are going to build this Art Deco style Analog thermometer! The design of this thermometer is fantastic in my opinion. It is based on the design of a commercial thermometer that was designed 100 years ago. I made some changes to the design in order to fit inside modern electronics, a photoresistor to detect darkness, some LEDs to illuminate at night, and of course an Arduino as the brains of the thermometer. I 3D printed the enclosure using wood filament. As you can see, the project is reporting the temperature, and in my opinion, it looks great. I love vintage objects and I am very excited now that I can make my own using my 3D printer! Let’s see how to build this project!

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Perpetual Clock With Arduino

Perpetual Clock With Arduino | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
No matter what Deepak Chopra tells you, time is linear. Hopefully this clock is a little closer to reality than the circular ones we're all used to. The five minute intervals feel less neurotic than being precise down to the minute, and each number is magnified, reminding you to focus on the present.I made this using just about every machine at Pier 9 (waterjet, sand blaster, laser cutter, 3D printer, electronics lab, etc.). It's made of 6061 aluminum, steel hardware (screws, nuts, bearings), 3D printed gears, an Arduino Uno, and the hour and minute panels are laser cut / etched plywood.Of course I know this project isn't accessible to almost everyone who doesn't have the insanely good fortune of having access to a shop like this, but hopefully you'll find it inspiring.

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Intel’s Next IoT Development Board: The Intel Joule 570x

Intel’s Next IoT Development Board: The Intel Joule 570x | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Intel has a new powerful IoT development kit with impressive specs and video applications.

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EDm BLE - monitor your EV

EDm BLE - monitor your EV | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Using Blynk and your own BLE dongle you can monitor your Smart electric drive EV. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.

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No Pump Automatic Watering!

No Pump Automatic Watering! | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
In this instructable I'm going to show you how you can make your very own automatic plant watering system. The best part? This solution requires no pump!The benefit of using an automatic watering system is that you avoid having your plants start to dry out, and you also wont accidentally soak your plants. The moisture is kept at the perfect level for your plants and you end up using less water!There's a lot of different automatic watering systems out there. These seem to work great however there has always been something preventing me from building them. They all require a pump. Personally I would prefer not to use a pump because I think they are expensive and makes a lot of noise. I went to the drawing board to see if I could come up with something different!This system uses a micro controller and soil sensor to monitor the wate

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Arduino.org Ciao Library – Connecting your Sketches to the Internet of Things

Arduino.org Ciao Library – Connecting your Sketches to the Internet of Things | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Arduino Ciao is an easy-to-use and quite powerful library that enables your standalone sketches to communicate intuitively with the outside world. It was specifically designed to simplify the interaction between the Microcontroller and Arduino OS allowing a number of different connections using the most common IoT protocols or third-party services.

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Build an Arduino BLE-Enabled Indoor Air Quality Monitor

Build an Arduino BLE-Enabled Indoor Air Quality Monitor | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
Use an Arduino/Genuino 101 with iAQ-Core air quality and HIH-6131 temperature/humidity sensors to make an Indoor Air Quality Monitor with Bluetooth low energy (BLE) connectivity.

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DIY EEG (and ECG) Circuit

DIY EEG (and ECG) Circuit | Electronic Programming DIY | Scoop.it
EEGs are a noninvasive way to look into your brain. While the brain is extremely complex, areas of it can lock into circular firing patterns, resulting in telltale brain waves that one can observe with the right equipment. Intensity of these waves change depending on your internal state. The waves we will be most easily able to distinguish are alpha and beta waves -- alpha waves occur at around 8-12 Hz and when measured from the frontal lobe provide an estimate of how relaxed a person is, while beta waves are around 12-30 Hz and correspond to how much a person is concentrating or how alert they are. The concentration of each wave can also tell more specific things about your thought patterns depending on where you measure them from. For example, alpha concentrations on the left motor cortex increase when you think about moving your right hand. Regardless o

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