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A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
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Sniffing for WiFi SSIDs with the Raspberry Pi 3 @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Sniffing for WiFi SSIDs with the Raspberry Pi 3 @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Check out this great post from Faraday’s Club. I decided I would try to play with one of the new features and make a simple WiFi detector. I am a big fan of the Best American Non-Required Reading series, which used to have a front section that included some of the most creative WiFi names […]
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‘THE 64’ – Modern C64 Computer and Handheld Console: Vintage is the new old

‘THE 64’ – Modern C64 Computer and Handheld Console: Vintage is the new old | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The ProjectAfter the VEGA handheld success, all the Commodore enthusiasts were dying out of jealousy. There are reports of C64 fans secretly buying the VEGA but we cannot confirm that!If you were one of those, you would be excited to know about this new crowdfunding campaign: ‘The 64’ – A pair of devices aimed to play C64 games. Different than the VEGA, ‘The64’ team promises to release two devices: one console that looks like our beloved breadbox computer, and a handheld. Backing the project will give options to get one of them or both.The campaign objective is to gather USD 150,000 for the production of the initial units. So far, it has 4% of that and one month to go.According to the IndieGogo page, you can back $150 for the console version and $170 for the handheld. There is a “get-it-all” package for $650 that gives you both and a lot of other perks.The developers are claiming that the concept and project are complete, and they are working on the prototypes. One of the team members is Darren Melbourne who “has created games for almost every major platform of note since the early 1980’s but has always retained a passion for eight bit gaming, especially for the Commodore ™ range of machines. Darren was also one of the key people behind the C64DTV ™ console”.The initial plan is to deliver the console in December 2016 and the handheld in April 2017.Our takeThe project is exciting and resembles a lot the idea behind the Spectrum Vega. The console version is not going to be a Commodore 64, booting up directly on BASIC. It is a gaming console that you can connect a joystick or use the keyboard. As we can see in the photo below, it is a good looking console – it could be even the 2016 C64 if it has last all those years! The handheld is also good-looking but doesn’t seem as well polished as the VEGA. Of course, the pictures are from rendered 3D models, not the actual handheld but it could be better, in my opinion.There is no information about the specifications of both machines, so we can’t say whether is an android-based device, or Raspberry PI or even a completely custom hardware.I am seeing the campaign with a grain of salt because it is a big undertaking and the way IndieGoGo works is different than Kickstarter: after the campaign is over, the project gets whatever was backed by the users, even if it didn’t reach the goal. With less money than planned how to project will come to fruition?  Also, besides the very good looking console, the The64 doesn’t offer anything different than other options, starting from a PI running Vice to an android handheld device like the Gamepad Digital GPD XD. The prices are also not really cheap. It is not very expensive either, but it doesn’t sound the right price for me. On the other hand, both machines appeal directly to a big mass of consumers that had a C64 in the past and are not involved at all with the Retro scene, don’t know anything about emulation or another retro-scene “common-knowledge”. That was basically the public that made the VEGA a huge success.As a Commodore 64 enthusiast, I am really rooting for the project and that they can complete it, deliver the units and hopefully keep producing more units but I am not putting my money on it.We would love to hear your opinion! For more information, follow the links below.Link: IndieGoGoLink: The64 website
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Mouser introduces integrate Tools, Hardware and Software with Analog Devices’ EVAL-ADICUP360 Development Board

Mouser introduces integrate Tools, Hardware and Software with Analog Devices’ EVAL-ADICUP360 Development Board | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Mouser Electronics, Inc. is currently stocking the EVAL-ADICUP360 advancement board from Analog Devices. The EVAL-ADICUP360 board highlights an Arduino Due-perfect structure variable and two Pmod™-compatible connectors, and backs an open source tool chain, including an Eclipse-based intelligent advancement environment (IDE). The stage contains equipment and programming illustration activities to help engineers model and make frameworks ...
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Arduino For Beginners

Arduino For Beginners | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino For Beginners: How to get started with your arduino, including Arduino basics, Arduino tips and tricks, Arduino projects and more! by Erik SavasgardEnglish | Feb. 24, 2016 | ASIN: B01C6MLRDI | 27 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 1.15 MBThis book contains proven steps and strategies on how to use Arduino in your tech projects. Arduino became a popular solution that extends computing and robotics to individuals outside technology field. Hobbyists can do these projects at home while gaining all the advantages this product offers. This book will teach you all about Arduino and the working components behind its functions. As a beginner, this book teaches you of the concepts, important Arduino parts, basic coding fundamentals and many more. Towards the end of the book, you’ll find several tips and tricks, as well as beginner-level project ideas that will help you master Arduino!
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Making an Articulating Screen w/ Raspberry Pi

Here is where I am so far on thinking about my Raspberry Pi Computer for my tinker table and a little about my articulating task light. Patreon Campaign ...
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From the Forums: Homemade Remote Control Combines XBee, Qi, #Arduino, and More!

From the Forums: Homemade Remote Control Combines XBee, Qi, #Arduino, and More! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Forums user linuxworks sent this in a while back – it’s a great combination of multiple technologies including Arduino (you can see the IC underneath the OLED display), XBee, Qi wireless charging a LiPo battery, and some really slick components and layout. That dot PCB background is also a really great ‘feature’ of this image: […]
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Internet Of Things Raspberry Pi IoT HAT (video) - Geeky Gadgets | Technology Innovations

Internet Of Things Raspberry Pi IoT HAT (video) - Geeky Gadgets | Technology Innovations | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that enjoy building IoT projects using the Pi PC might be interested in a new Raspberry Pi HAT that has been specifically created | Technology Innovations
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Wooden Luminescent Ring

Wooden Luminescent Ring | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project may require some shop skills, and access to shop tools. There are alternative ways to create the ring I'm making. If you have access to a laser cutter, the ring bands would be easy to cut out. If not, buying a hand drill and your desired drill bits, forstner bit, and hole saw, can be a ...By: clayuhContinue Reading »
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KeKePad Wearable Platform

KeKePad Wearable Platform | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Meet KeKePad: a wearable and e-Textile platform that lets you create your own smart clothing items quickly. It is a tiny, sewable solution and does not require any soldering. The platform is plug & play and open source. This is a modular platform, fully compatible with Arduino. More information is available here.The post KeKePad Wearable Platform appeared first on Cool Wearable.
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Write SD Card Images Using Etcher On Windows, Linux & Mac @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Write SD Card Images Using Etcher On Windows, Linux & Mac @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Helpful tip via RaspberryPi-Spy: In the Raspberry Pi Weekly #147 newsletter they mentioned a new tool for writing SD card images. This tool is called “Etcher”. Now I’m a great fan of Win32DiskImage…
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Secretive Intel quietly woos makers in China

Secretive Intel quietly woos makers in China | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Intel's launched new robotics and drone developer kits at the low-key IDF trade show in Shenzhen.
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1970s Raspberry Pi Amazon AlexaPhone

1970s Raspberry Pi Amazon AlexaPhone | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a 1970s-style trimphone that I've converted to house a Raspberry Pi running Amazon's Alexa voice search service. To use it you just lift the handset, speak your query, hang up and Alexa's response is delivered via a built-in speaker. It has a colour-changing LED to show what it's up to and p...By: MisterMContinue Reading »
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Sweetie Bot: Robotic Pony made with a Raspberry Pi #piday #Raspberrypi @Raspeberry_Pi

Sweetie Bot: Robotic Pony made with a Raspberry Pi #piday #Raspberrypi @Raspeberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Neat pony robot made with Raspberry Pi – Via Sweetie Bot project on YouTube. Each Friday is PiDay here at Adafruit! Be sure to check out our posts, tutorials and new Raspberry Pi related products. Adafruit has the largest and best selection of Raspberry Pi accessories and all the code & tutorials to get you […]
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Re: First Attempt at DC Motor Auto Dosing Pump

Re: First Attempt at DC Motor Auto Dosing Pump | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I must have been looking at some much fancier RTC's when I first did my research...  That price is great.Awesome schematic, above and beyond!  I've always wanted to be able to read schematics and I feel like you're really helping me do that.  The bug ...
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Weight Tracking with a Humorous, Text Messaging Scale #Pi3 #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Weight Tracking with a Humorous, Text Messaging Scale #Pi3 #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This tutorial looks great! From InitialState on GitHub via raspberry pi pod: Are you tired of staring at that stupid, soulless, bearer of bad news bathroom scale every morning? The one that you oft…
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How to build an AirPlay receiver with Raspberry Pi Zero #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

How to build an AirPlay receiver with Raspberry Pi Zero #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Via Techradar AirPlay is great for wirelessly piping music through your home, but even basic AirPlay speakers come with a hefty price tag attached. You may already have a perfectly serviceable stereo system in place, so why spend a fortune on new speakers when you can put together your own wireless AirPlay receiver for under […]
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LoRaONE is the one IoT development board to rule them all. Make anything you can think of, with this tiny Arduino compatible board.

LoRaONE is the one IoT development board to rule them all. Make anything you can think of, with this tiny Arduino compatible board. | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We have some exciting news to share. After a successful beta-period, we're ready to present our final version of the LoRaONE. We've chosen Kickstarter as our platform to get the production going, and...
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Raspberry pi vs Banana Pi: The Fruits are at war | TEKHGIZMO

Raspberry pi vs Banana Pi: The Fruits are at war | TEKHGIZMO | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Are you considering investing in the Banana Pi, while you are also confused about buying the Raspberry Pi 2 instead? Well, you have landed at the perfect destination, and this is your ultimate guide into a comprehensive comparison between the two devices. Indeed, both these devices have brought a great innovation in the market, and …
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Arduino HCSR04 Crack Measuring

Arduino HCSR04 Crack Measuring | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hi all,I used to detect the small crack on wall using HCSR04 Ultrasound sensor, But i cant sense the crack , i only getting the Distance, how ca
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Massimo Banzi’s guest judge at America’s greatest makers

Massimo Banzi’s guest judge at America’s greatest makers | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Massimo Banzi is among the judges on “America’s Greatest Makers” a reality competition from Mark Burnett (the reality-TV king behind “Survivor,” “The Apprentice,” and “The Voice”) in partnership with Intel which debuted last week on TBS. In a first of its kind competition, the tv show takes 24 teams of makers from across US and […]
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Make an Arduino Temperature Sensor (Thermistor Tutorial)

Make an Arduino Temperature Sensor (Thermistor Tutorial) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Learn how to use an analog thermistor to measure temperature on the Arduino. Diagrams and example code for measuring in Celsius and Fahrenheit are provided.
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MIDI Controller with Keyboards

MIDI Controller with Keyboards | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Today we're building the 400 key MIDI controller using an Arduino and computer keyboards!For the budget conscious music producers out there, this project is a great way to build an inexpensive control board for your digital audio workstation.Or if you're just a musician with an odd taste for instrum...By: EvanKaleContinue Reading »
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Fantastical Immersive Art Uses Raspberry Pi for Interactive Dimension-Hopping #PiDay

Fantastical Immersive Art Uses Raspberry Pi for Interactive Dimension-Hopping #PiDay | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Art collective Meow Wolf cracks into alternate dimensions in Santa Fe. And it’s funded by George R.R. Martin — via Makezine Meow Wolf, depending on what you’re referring to, is a collec…
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