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This Is What Happens When You Make Your First Wearable

This Is What Happens When You Make Your First Wearable | iNovate | Scoop.it
My first wearable tech was a light-up felt flower that could be worn as a pin or on a barrette. Although the project was small, the lessons I learned were big—some were amusing and some were, uhm, …

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Flybrix Kits Make Your Own Rebuildable Drones using LEGO® bricks

Flybrix Kits Make Your Own Rebuildable Drones using LEGO® bricks | iNovate | Scoop.it
Flybrix kits include all you need to make your own rebuildable, crash-friendly drones using LEGO® bricks. For ages 14+. No tools needed, Arduino compatible.

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Internet of Things Class

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This intermediate level Arduino class guides you through creating your first internet-connected electronics projects using a wifi breakout board. Learn th

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CrazyPi Is an Ecosystem Designed to Make Robotics Easy

CrazyPi Is an Ecosystem Designed to Make Robotics Easy | iNovate | Scoop.it
It’s not surprising that we see a lot of robot kits go through Kickstarter, who doesn’t love robots? When you’re building your first robot, it’s usually advisable to start with a kit. There’s no…

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Working with embedded systems

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I have a bachelor in mathematics with a minor in physics, and my plan for the future is to move on to computational science and robotics

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Programmable POV Fidget Spinner: 13 Steps

Programmable POV Fidget Spinner: 13 Steps | iNovate | Scoop.it
Fidget spinners are fun, and you can find one at about any check-out counter for just a few bucks these days, but what if you could build your own? And it had LEDs? And you could program it to say or show whatever you wanted? If that sounds geeky cool, THIS IS THE PROJECT FOR YOU.I've always been interested in using blinking LEDs to get kids interested in programming. The most simple project with an Arduino microcontroller is to blink an LED on and off. Then you get them to see how fast an LED can blink before it looks like it is on continuously (about 12 millisecond intervals). Then you shake the LED back and forth and you can see it blink again! This phenomena is call "persistence of vision" (POV) and is how this project works. It can lead to discussions of both how the eye works an

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Resources - Teach, Learn, and Make with Raspberry Pi

Resources - Teach, Learn, and Make with Raspberry Pi | iNovate | Scoop.it
Free resources to teach, learn and make with Raspberry Pi, a tiny and affordable computer. Created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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IoT gateway runs Linux on i.MX6UL, offers Thread and ZigBee

IoT gateway runs Linux on i.MX6UL, offers Thread and ZigBee | iNovate | Scoop.it
NXP’s Volansys-built, highly secure “Modular IoT Gateway” reference design runs Linux on an i.MX6 UL COM, and offers Thread, ZigBee, WiFi, and NFC.

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How to Run Commands on Raspberry Pi by Email | Beebom

How to Run Commands on Raspberry Pi by Email | Beebom | iNovate | Scoop.it
Want to run bash commands on your Raspberry Pi remotely? Well, here are the steps to run commands on Raspberry Pi by email through IFTTT and Dropbox.
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Alexa, Who's At The Door?

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An Amazon Alexa and Raspberry Pi project that allows a user to know who exactly is knocking at their door using facial recognition. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.

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Make your first arduino robot - The best tutorial!

Make your first arduino robot - The best tutorial! | iNovate | Scoop.it
Smartphone controlled , obstacle avoiding and wall follower robot.Are you a beginner in arduino and have a plan to make your first robot then follow this instructbles.Are you not yet used an arduino then-have a familiar of this by feeling it.What...
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Google AIY Voice Kit - Pimoroni

Google AIY Voice Kit - Pimoroni | iNovate | Scoop.it
Google AIY Projects brings do-it-yourself artificial intelligence to your maker projects.

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A developer's guide to the Internet of Things (IoT) | Coursera

A developer's guide to the Internet of Things (IoT) | Coursera | iNovate | Scoop.it
A developer's guide to the Internet of Things (IoT) from IBM. >>> By enrolling in this course you agree to the End User License Agreement as set out in the FAQ. Once enrolled you can access the license in the Resources area <<< The Internet o

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Raspberry Pi based OBD-II dongle connects your car to the cloud

Raspberry Pi based OBD-II dongle connects your car to the cloud | iNovate | Scoop.it
Now on Kickstarter: an “AutoPi” dongle based on a 4G- and GPS-equipped Raspberry Pi Zero W that plugs into a car’s OBD-II port to enable DIY cloud services.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, September 7, 2017 11:04 PM

Now on Kickstarter: an “AutoPi” dongle based on a 4G- and GPS-equipped Raspberry Pi Zero W that plugs into a car’s OBD-II port to enable DIY cloud services.  A Danish startup called AutoPi.io has gone to Kickstarter to launch a Raspberry Pi Zero W based AutoPi dongle that plugs into the same OBD-II port that automotive repair people use to run diagnostics and tap other telematics features. Automotive computers used for fleet management, such as iWave’s Linux-based Connected Car Device — OBD II, connect to the same telematics port.

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XOD: A New Open Source Visual Programming Language

XOD: A New Open Source Visual Programming Language | iNovate | Scoop.it
To start let's quickly go over some of the basic fundamentals of what exactly the XOD programming language is before we get into it more in depth. In short, it

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Snapdragon 212 SBC ships with 7-inch touchscreen

Snapdragon 212 SBC ships with 7-inch touchscreen | iNovate | Scoop.it
Kaynes' “SKATE-212” SBC runs Android Nougat or Linux on a quad -A7 Snapdragon 212 with WiFi, BT, GPS, LAN, IMU, dual MIPI-CSI, and a 7-inch touchscreen.

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Scratch Programming for Raspberry Pi - Udemy

Scratch Programming for Raspberry Pi - Udemy | iNovate | Scoop.it
Learn how to use Scratch for designing animations, making fun interactive games and coding educational projects.

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Raspberry Pi Tutorial: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Raspberry Pi Tutorial: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | iNovate | Scoop.it
Today I,m gonna tell you how to program the Raspberry Pi or i should say how to program using Raspberry pi.Note: I,m not gonna teach Python Language here.Many people find it difficult to do programming using Raspberry pi. So i decided to create a Step by Step guide to create python scripts and running them using different techniques.

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Linux-friendly drone controller flies on Intel Joule power

Linux-friendly drone controller flies on Intel Joule power | iNovate | Scoop.it
Gumstix launched a customizable version of its LTE-enabled, PX4-compatible AeroCore 2 MAV controller board that works with the Intel Joule.

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Take the Complete Computer Science Course Online Now

Take the Complete Computer Science Course Online Now | iNovate | Scoop.it
It's time for a deep dive.
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11 DIY Projects To Turn Your House Into A Smart Home

11 DIY Projects To Turn Your House Into A Smart Home | iNovate | Scoop.it
The smart home revolution definitely isn’t happening overnight. Even with a flood of new devices and platforms available, most of us are stil
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Intel Joule IoT module gains a family of DIY companion boards

Intel Joule IoT module gains a family of DIY companion boards | iNovate | Scoop.it
Gumstix launched a family of customizable carrier boards in conjunction with Intel's unveiling of the tiny "Joule" IoT module at IDF in San Francisco today.

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Open source hardware cryptographic module offered for $800 - Help Net Security

Open source hardware cryptographic module offered for $800 - Help Net Security | iNovate | Scoop.it
Since 2013, the CrypTech project has been designing an open source hardware cryptographic engine that could be used to secure core Internet infrastructure.
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