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Pixy magically recognises objects for Arduino

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Dear reader,

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

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Looking forward to having a go at some of the projects on here

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RPCEmu - Easy-Start bundles

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Easy-Start bundles for RPCEmu These Easy-Start bundles contains a ROM Image, disc image and settings files suitable to make it as easy as possible to run RISC OS on RPCEmu. The settings include pre-configured networking that should work 'out-of-the-box' if your platform supports the Network Address Translation network mode. You can install and run both bundles on one machine provided you install them to separate directories. Each bundle comes in two flavours; A full bundle containing RPCEmu for Windows and all associated files All the files needed to use with you pre-compiled Linux/Mac OS build RISC OS 3.71 RISC OS Direct (5.27) This distribution represents a Risc PC from the end of the the Acorn era, approximately 1998. It has a good level of compatibility with classic software dating from the 90's and reasonable compatibility with current RISC OS software. Universal Boot 32-bit shared C library update Browse web browser Java 'Advance' office suite: word processor, spreadsheet, database, graphing StrongEd and Zap text editors StrongHelp documentation system and manuals PrintPDF printer driver Pipedream and Fireworkz office software - From Colton Software Games: Elite, Starfighter 3000, BigBang, Revolver, Cycloids, Dinosaw, Ixion and Terramex Network tools: Freeterm, FTPc PCEm emulator Package Managers: PlingStore and PackMan This is a distribution of a current RISC OS 5 release distributed with the kind permission of RISC OS Developments Ltd.

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Hat Rack DIN rail mount for Raspberry Pi HATs is perfect for home automation projects

Hat Rack DIN rail mount for Raspberry Pi HATs is perfect for home automation projects | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
After a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year the excellent Hat Rack a DIN Rail Mount for Raspberry Pi HATs Designed by PlasmaDan in United...
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LoRa Shield for Arduino - long range transceiver - UKIoT Store

LoRa Shield for Arduino - long range transceiver - UKIoT Store | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
LoRa Shield for Arduino is a long range transceiver and allows the user to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates.
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A Clap-Activated Machine For All Your Applause Needs

A Clap-Activated Machine For All Your Applause Needs | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Applause is greatly revered as a symbol of warmth and adoration from a crowd. TV shows that film in front of a live audience often cue their audiences to clap in order to generate the desired auditory...
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fantasyelectronics: How To Design Your Own Eating Robot With Arduino Nano

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How To Design Your Own Eating Robot With Arduino Nano...
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Raspberry Pi Project : An Advanced Guide To Setup, Expert Programming - PDF Free Download

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Raspberry Pi Project : An Advanced Guide To Setup, Expert Programming PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: B08MDFB2SZ, By STEVE JONS...
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Wifi-controlled Telescope+DSLR With Motorized Focuser

Wifi-controlled Telescope+DSLR With Motorized Focuser | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Share this:Motivation: I love astronomy and astrophotography very much.I am sure that like me, all amateur astronomers would want a inexpensive personal observatory for taking pictures of the fabulou...
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today's howtos | Tux Machines

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How To Install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS - idroot In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Etherpad is an open-source, web-based, and real-time collaborative editor. It comes with tons of plugins that help you to customize your instance to suit your needs. With Etherpad, you can write articles, press releases, and to-do lists with your friends, students, or colleagues at the same time. This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of Linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS.

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Arduino compatible precision frequency counter 5 or 120 MHz by Thierry GUENNOU :: Kicktraq

(fr) Carte fréquencemètre de précision compatible Arduino 5 ou 120 MHz...
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The Best RedHat-based Linux Distributions

The Best RedHat-based Linux Distributions | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this guide, we highlight some of the most popular and widely used Linux distributions based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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Ubuntu Unity 20.10 Launches Officially for the Raspberry Pi | Tux Machines

Ubuntu Unity 20.10 Launches Officially for the Raspberry Pi | Tux Machines | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

The Best RedHat-based Linux Distributions Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a hugely popular enterprise-level operating system that supports a diverse range of open-source technologies such as Ansible automation, Hybrid Cloud, virtualization, and containerization. In this guide, we highlight some of the most popular and widely used Linux distributions based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. today's leftovers Day 2: Perl is dead. Long live Perl and Raku. – Raku Advent Calendar ‘Perl is dead’, is a meme that’s just plain wrong. Perl isn’t dead. It’s just dead to some programmers.

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Arduinoliday Calendar: discover a new Arduino surprise every day! - All The Internet Of Things

Arduinoliday Calendar: discover a new Arduino surprise every day! - All The Internet Of Things | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The most comprehensive & up to date source of IoT news...
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» Arduino Explore IoT Kit vs. Oplà IoT Kit: a detailed comparison

» Arduino Explore IoT Kit vs. Oplà IoT Kit: a detailed comparison | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you are looking for a solution to learn and experience the Internet of Things, there are two popular choices: the Explore IoT Kit and the Oplà IoT Kit. But which one should you pick? Here‘s a handy guide.
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Installation of sympy for python in Raspberry Pi

Installation of sympy for python in Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Asked today Active today Viewed 3 times -1 I am remotely accessing RaspberryPi from my laptop via SSH. When I run a Test_sympy.py file in Raspberry Pi desktop and import sympy it runs pretty well as shown below: However, when I access this file via putty, it shows no module named sympy. Why does the code does not run in putty. Can somebody plz help me out with this? raspberry-pi-os share improve this question follow edited 8 mins ago Milliways 45.4k2020 gold badges7676 silver badges149149 bronze badges asked 27 mins ago Ranjan Pal 1 New contributor add a comment 1 Answer Active Oldest Votes 0 There is one FUNDAMENTAL difference between Thonny and your command line example. Thonny uses python3 - yet you are calling python i.e. python2. Forget python - it is DEAD, and certainly won't be the default in future Debian releases. Incidentally putty is a red herring - it has nothing to do with your problem. share follow answered 9 mins ago Milliways 45.4k2020 gold badges7676 silver badges149149 bronze badges add a comment Your Answer Ranjan Pal is a new contributor. Be nice, and check out our Code of Conduct. Post as a guest Name Email Required, but never shown Post Your Answer By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged raspberry-pi-os or ask your own question.
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Top 5 things to do with old gadgets

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If you're wondering what to do with devices you don't use anymore, Tom Merritt offers five suggestions for how to deal with them.
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So you want to build an embedded Linux system?

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After I published my $1 MCU write-up, several readers suggested I look at application processors — the MMU-endowed chips necessary to run real operating systems like Linux. Massive shifts over the last few years have seen internet-connected devices become more featureful (and hopefully, more secure), and I’m finding myself putting Linux into more and more places. Among beginner engineers, application processors supplicate reverence: one minor PCB bug and your $10,000 prototype becomes a paperweight. There’s an occult consortium of engineering pros who drop these chips into designs with utter confidence, while the uninitiated cower for their Raspberry Pis and overpriced industrial SOMs.

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7 inch 800x480 WVGA HDMI Graphic TFT Display

7 inch 800x480 WVGA HDMI Graphic TFT Display | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
7 inch 800x480 WVGA HDMI Graphic TFT Display that features a full color WVGA TFT, automatic resolution detection , 24bit DVI/HDMI interface and upgradable touch driver firmware.
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LXer: Raspberry Pi security add-on helps evaluate Connected Home over IP spec

LXer: Raspberry Pi security add-on helps evaluate Connected Home over IP spec | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Published at LXer: Infineon’s “Optiga Trust-M eval kit” is a Pi add-on for evaluating the ZigBee Alliance’s Connected Home over IP home automation...
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Harish Pillay 9v1hp: My ESP8266-01 Adventure | Tux Machines

Harish Pillay 9v1hp: My ESP8266-01 Adventure | Tux Machines | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

Python Leftovers Python Queue – Linux Hint Python provides many built-in modules, functions, and statements that help the programmers to perform various complicated tasks easily. It also provides many built-in data structures like lists, tuple, and dictionaries, which ensure the efficient creation and management of data in applications. A queue is a data structure that stores and manages the data. It stores the data in a first-in, first-out (FIFO) order. The element that is inserted first will be removed first. We can understand the working of the queue from our daily life example. It‘s like a queue of customers; the customer who comes first is facilitated first. Python Multi-line Comments – Linux Hint Every programming language provides a mechanism to add comments to projects.

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IceZero with Lattice ICE40HX, 4 MBit external SRAM, 5.6 x 3.05 cm | IceZero | Open Hardware | Trenz Electronic | Products

IceZero with Lattice ICE40HX, 4 MBit external SRAM, 5.6 x 3.05 cm | IceZero | Open Hardware | Trenz Electronic | Products | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Low cost general purpose Lattice FPGA platform for the RaspberryPi.It includes 4 MBit of external SRAM and 4 2x6 Pmod interfaces for 32 3.3V LVCMOS …...
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Set up OpenStack on a Raspberry Pi cluster

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Since Arm processors are "first-class citizens" in OpenStack, and Raspberry Pis are built on Arm, why not combine them?
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All-new Arduino Sensor Kit

All-new Arduino Sensor Kit | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino, the open-source hardware, software and content platform, has collaborated with Chinese DIY electronics company, Seeed to create the Arduino Sensor Kit.
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Serious Apple iOS Exploit Enabled Nearby Device Takeover

Serious Apple iOS Exploit Enabled Nearby Device Takeover | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Until May, all Apple iOS devices were vulnerable to a "zero-click exploit" that would have allowed hackers to remotely gain complete control and view all...
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