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Dear reader, | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

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New Portenta Machine Control library boosts industrial project performance

New Portenta Machine Control library boosts industrial project performance | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
At Arduino, we’re committed to providing developers with tools that make the coding process smooth and efficient. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce the new Arduino_PortentaMachineControl library, an upgraded version designed to replace the deprecated Arduino_MachineControl library.
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Start with Esp32-cam Module | interface Arduino and TTL Converter with Esp32-Cam | Esp32-Camera

Starting Esp32 Camera module with Arduino and USB to TTL converter module.
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IS Your Single Board Computer Stronger than a Raspberry Pi 5? Emulation Secrets

How does Emulation Work On a Single Board Computer? Is my Pc Stronger than a Pi5?? Understanding Emulation for the Home Arcade Community with Mini Pc's & Single Board Computers.

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Complete Arduino Nano Development Board Design #E20P2 | Vaibhav Sugandhi

Arduino Nano development board is one of the most commonly used DIY components in electronic industry. It is originally designed by Arduino company located in Italy and its design documents were publically open for creators to experiment with as a open source hardware and open source software. Hence, as a hardware design engineer we must be very much aware of how to design a required hardware for open source development boards.

In this tutorial we have covered designing of schematics by referring to the open source hardware design files on the internet and creating an effective circuit. It also covers how to improve your design based on the industrial standard architecture.

I hope you learnt something new in this tutorial and apply this knowledge in real time. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below.
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Sourcing Power from the Pico | Raspberry Pi Pico Workshop: Chapter 2.10

We are finally at the last video of chapter 2, how to power components off of the Pico. In this video, we will cover the 3 main sources of power from the Pico, and go over some examples of how we would power an OLED display, some LEDs, and a servo, as well as going over the role of motor drivers.

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0:00 Intro
0:37 The 3 Places to Source Power From
3:00 The Golden Rule of Thumb
3:31 Powering an OLED Screen
4:12 Powering an LED Array
5:02 Powering a Servo
6:12 Powering Passive Components
6:48 Motors and Motor Drivers
8:29 The Weakest Link
10:01 4 Key Takeaways

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Get Your Hands on the New Raspberry Pi 5 – Now in Stock at element14

Get Your Hands on the New Raspberry Pi 5 – Now in Stock at element14 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Get Your Hands on the New Raspberry Pi 5 – Now in Stock at element14...
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ArduinoLab - Official app in the Microsoft Store

ArduinoLab - Official app in the Microsoft Store | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
ArduinoLab allows you to control the digital inputs and outputs of Arduino 1 Rev.3 through the USB port.
It Allows Arduino to control 6 users through relay and acquire the status of 6 analog and 6 digital inputs.
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Variables | Raspberry Pi Pico Workshop: Chapter 2.5

🔗 *The full course* : _https://core-electronics.com.au/courses/raspberry-pi-pico-workshop/_

In this video, we will be learning about *variables* in *MicroPython*. We will be covering what a variable is, some basic applications of it, as well as a look at *variable types* and some *math operators* we can use on them.

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Book Nook Neopixel day, night and lighting effects with arduino code walkthrough.

Spidermaf demos his code which allows you to light a Book Nook with a neopixel ring and other LEDs and fade through various times of the day and other lighting effects.

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Create a Smart Gardener Machine Using Arduino

Edit from Article Greenhouse: CLEANUP ←Older revision Revision as of 07:32, 1 February 2024 Line 5: Line 5:  == Steps == == Steps ==  === Preliminary Background Steps === === Preliminary Background Steps === −# Install Arduino IDE. Arduino IDE is a free software for writing and running Arduino code and is a necessary step. As shown in the picture you will have to go to this link: https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software and scroll down the page till you can find the panel that gives you the different downloading options and choose the downloading option for your computer's operating system (recommended by ZIP file if you have windows). you will be using this software to run the pre-written code which acts as the instructions for the machine to work in a certain manner.[[Image:Wiki How Arduino IDE.gif|center]]+# Install Arduino IDE. Arduino IDE is a free software for writing and running Arduino code and is a necessary step. As shown in the picture you will have to go to this link: https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software and scroll down the page till you can find the panel that gives you the different downloading options and choose the downloading option for your computer's operating system (recommended by ZIP file if you have Windows). you will be using this software to run the pre-written code which acts as the instructions for the machine to work in a certain manner.[[Image:Wiki How Arduino IDE.gif|center]]  # Have all the electronic components. Please ensure you have all the following electronic parts, as they are necessary for the construction of the electronic setup, and completion of this project. Needed Parts:[[Image:20200705_215428.jpg|center]] # Have all the electronic components. Please ensure you have all the following electronic parts, as they are necessary for the construction of the electronic setup, and completion of this project. Needed Parts:[[Image:20200705_215428.jpg|center]]  #* Product: UV LED - Amount: 2 Units/Bulbs #* Product: UV LED - Amount: 2 Units/Bulbs Line 40: Line 40:  # Assemble electronic parts. In regards to the electronic Assembly please be sure to follow the provided diagram when putting all the parts in place into the breadboard. Please note that you must follow the diagram very closely as one error will result in the machine not working.[[Image:Smart Garden Diagram.png|center]] # Assemble electronic parts. In regards to the electronic Assembly please be sure to follow the provided diagram when putting all the parts in place into the breadboard. Please note that you must follow the diagram very closely as one error will result in the machine not working.[[Image:Smart Garden Diagram.png|center]]  #* [[Image:SmartGarden Assembaly Setup.png|center]] In regards to the electronic Assembly be sure to follow the provided diagram when putting the pipes, caps, elbows, and adapters together. #* [[Image:SmartGarden Assembaly Setup.png|center]] In regards to the electronic Assembly be sure to follow the provided diagram when putting the pipes, caps, elbows, and adapters together. −# Run the Arduino code on your Device. First, you will need to connect your computer to your Arduino Nano via a micro USB adapter. After you have done that you will then need to run Arduino IDE on your computer, after which make sure you have your Arduino selected, then you can copy the code below into the Arduino IDE and click run Code:[[Image:Ardurino Code Screen Capture.gif|center]]+# Run the Arduino code on your device. First, you will need to connect your computer to your Arduino Nano via a micro USB adapter. After you have done that you will then need to run Arduino IDE on your computer, after which make sure you have your Arduino selected, then you can copy the code below into the Arduino IDE and click run code:[[Image:Ardurino Code Screen Capture.gif|center]]  #*/* #*/*  #*#        *** SAP CSR - Smart Garden *** #*#        *** SAP CSR - Smart Garden ***
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How to create an app for the Raspberry Pi step by step guide | Winter Webinars | Ian Barker

The Raspberry Pi is a superb fully-working cost-effective computer. Let us show you how to create apps for the Raspberry Pi the easiest way possible.

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Attendance system using RFID | Arduino | Pantech E Learning

Kick Start your Dream Career with our 3-Week FREE Arduino Masterclass Adventure Begins! 🚀💻

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An ESP32-S3 SIMD instructions minimal example #ESP32 #Software « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

An ESP32-S3 SIMD instructions minimal example #ESP32 #Software « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In a recent blog post, Larry Bank described the ESP32-S3 SIMD instructions and how I figured out how to use them.A new post provides the simplest working SIMD example to serve as a starting point …...
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Raspberry Pi 5 ROS2 Robot Car(ROS2-HUMBLE + Python3)

This MicroROS-Pi5 ROS2 car is developed based on Raspberry Pi 5. It consists of a Micro ROS robot expansion board with ESP32 co-processor, 4PCS 370 encoder motor, high-quality tires, 7.4V 2000mAh rechargeable battery, MS200 lidar, 2MP camera, 2DOF gimbal and an aluminum alloy frame. It adopt ROS2-HUMBLE development environment and Python3 programming, and uses OpenCV image processing and MediaPipe machine learning algorithms to achieve multiple functions such as robot motion control, AI visual interaction, SLAM mapping navigation, RViz simulation and multi-machine synchronization control. Users can control it by mobile APP, wireless controller, computer keyboard control. Yahboom will provide each customer with detailed tutorial materials, installation videos and professional technical support.
Got it on Yahboom website: https://category.yahboom.net/products/microros-pi5
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How to Control your Raspberry Pi Camera using a web UI

How to Control your Raspberry Pi Camera using a web UI | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Take full control of your Raspberry Pi camera module with this simple to install, and easy to use web interface.
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Arduino IDE 2.3 rolls out with new debugging feature

Arduino IDE 2.3 rolls out with new debugging feature | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Arduino development team has recently unveiled the latest version of their Integrated Development Environment (IDE), version 2.3, which brings a host...
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Top3 projects ESP32 and Arduino Ideas

Project 1
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NEW GUIDE: How to use Blockly for Actions on Adafruit IO #AdafruitLearningSystem @Adafruit « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

NEW GUIDE: How to use Blockly for Actions on Adafruit IO #AdafruitLearningSystem @Adafruit « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This guide introduces the integration of Blockly diagram-based actions into the Adafruit IO platform, enhancing the user interface for creating dynamically triggered IoT actions without the need fo…...
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A Xiao and QT Py add-on board for microSD and a power switch « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

A Xiao and QT Py add-on board for microSD and a power switch « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Peter Hill designs a companion board for the Xiao and QT Py providing both a microSD card breakout and a power switch: You should definitely purchase a pre-made Adafruit variant: if you don’t…...
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Repurpose an Old TV with Raspberry Pi

RCP reverted edits by Lauren Eddy (talk) to revision #26329204 by MiscBot ←Older revision Revision as of 16:38, 28 February 2024 Line 5: Line 5:     == Steps == == Steps == −# Gather your supplies. You'll need an old working television, [a Raspberry Pi kit][https://vilros.com/products/vilros-raspberry-pi-5-complete-starter-kit] and a HDMI to AV converter.+# Gather your supplies. You'll need an old working television, a Raspberry Pi kit and a HDMI to AV converter.  #*Many old TV sets don't have a HDMI port so you may need a HDMI to AV converter to connect your old TV set to the Raspberry Pi. #*Many old TV sets don't have a HDMI port so you may need a HDMI to AV converter to connect your old TV set to the Raspberry Pi.  # Set up your Raspberry Pi kit.<ref>https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/quick-start-guide/</ref>; # Set up your Raspberry Pi kit.<ref>https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/quick-start-guide/</ref>;
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Integrating ESP32-CAM, RFID, and Raspberry Pi Pico for Access Control

Explore our integrated access control system combining ESP32-CAM facial recognition, RFID authentication, and Raspberry Pi Pico W. This video demonstrates how the system grants access through face or RFID tag recognition, controls a servo motor for physical entry, and displays authentication feedback on an I2C LCD. We also highlight attendance logging and image uploading to Google Drive, all orchestrated via MQTT communication.
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3 AMAZING Arduino Projects with DISPLAYS | For BEGINNERS

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Mobile App controlled Home Automation System Using Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

This video demonstrates a mobile app-controlled home automation system using a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B to remotely control household devices. It starts by showing the basic connections between the Pi and appliance circuits (0:00-0:40).

Next, there is a step-by-step procedure on setting up the free Blynk desktop app to configure the automation system and buttons for controlling devices (0:41-7:07). After that, the video covers downloading the Blynk IoT app on a smartphone and linking it to the RPi system (7:08-10:47).

The main segment is the live demonstration of remote controlling a 230V LED light, a 9V DC fan, and a 9V submersible water pump motor using the Blynk smartphone app with the RPi 4 Model B (10:48-13:34). This shows the real-world application of a basic home automation system using mobile app control.

Overall, this video successfully demonstrates an affordable and customizable home automation system that can be recreated using a Raspberry Pi and Blynk IoT app with the links provided in the video description.

Blynk IoT app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cloud.blynk

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IoT Based Smart Air Conditioner Controlling System for Energy Efficiency Using ESP32 with Blynk App

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It looks like you're interested in setting up an IoT home automation system using the DHT11 sensor to monitor temperature and humidity, an ESP32 microcontroller, and the Blynk app for notifications and email alerts. This is a great project idea! Here's a step-by-step guide to help you get started:
Components Needed:

1. ESP32 development board.

2. DHT11 sensor (for temperature and humidity measurement).

3. Breadboard and jumper wires.

4. USB cable for power and programming.

5. Blynk app (downloadable from app stores).

Steps:

1. Set Up the Hardware:

• Connect the DHT11 sensor to the ESP32 using jumper wires.

• Connect the VCC pin of the DHT11 to the 3.3V pin on the ESP32.

• Connect the GND pin of the DHT11 to the GND pin on the ESP32.

• Connect the DATA pin of the DHT11 to a GPIO pin on the ESP32 (e.g., GPIO 2).

2. Install Arduino IDE and ESP32 Board Support:

• Download and install the Arduino IDE from the official website.

• Open the Arduino IDE and go to "File" "Preferences".

• Add the following URL to the "Additional Boards Manager URLs":
https://dl.espressif.com/dl/package_e...

• Go to "Tools" "Board" "Boards Manager", search for "esp32", and install the ESP32 board support.


3. Install Required Libraries:

• In the Arduino IDE, go to "Sketch" "Include Library" "Manage Libraries".

• Search and install the following libraries:

• "DHT sensor library" by Adafruit.

• "Blynk" by Blynk Inc.

4. Create a Blynk Account and Get Auth Token:

• Download the Blynk app on your smartphone and create an account.
• Create a new Blynk project and obtain the authentication token from the email sent to you.

6. Air Quality Monitoring:

• You can add an additional sensor (e.g., MQ-135) to measure air quality. Connect it to the ESP32 and update the code accordingly.

7. Email Alert Configuration:
• Blynk provides an email notification widget that you can add to your project.

• Configure the widget to send an email when a specific condition (e.g., high temperature or humidity) is met.

8. Upload the Code:

• Connect your ESP32 to your computer via USB.

• Select the correct board and port in the Arduino IDE.

• Click the "Upload" button to upload the code to your ESP32.

9. Monitor the Data:

• Open the Serial Monitor in the Arduino IDE to view the data being read from the DHT11 sensor.

10. Monitor Data on Blynk App:

• Open your Blynk app and check if the temperature and humidity values are being updated on the Value Display widgets.

• Set up email alerts based on your chosen conditions.
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Alpine Linux on Raspberry Pi Basics: Captive Portal

In this video we will be reviewing the Linux command line on Alpine Linux running on a Raspberry Pi. We are going to configure our access point for a captive portal using nodogsplash which we will compile from source. I have some notes, but we are going to be researching and problem solving as we go. Will we succeed? Tune in to find out!

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