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Kano the Raspberry Pi go mainstream?

Kano the Raspberry Pi go mainstream? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Review of the Kano Raspberry Pi OS, intended to simplify the Raspberry Pi for a wider audience. (Kano the Raspberry Pi go mainstream? - Thanks @kimondo for OS review!
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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

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Introducing Pi Commander: The Raspberry Pi Flight Simulator

Introducing Pi Commander: The Raspberry Pi Flight Simulator | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project uses a Raspberry Pi to emulate flight simulator games in a convenient handheld device.
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Demand the Right to Repair your smartphone

Demand the Right to Repair your smartphone | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Help us put an end to the throw-away economy. Sign the petition and demand that Europe gives us the Right to Repair smartphones!
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Create Home Automation with Arduino IoT Cloud

Create Home Automation with Arduino IoT Cloud | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
 was always inspired to live in a smart home where I can automate some of the everyday tasks to make life easier and comfortable. For example, how many times does your TV remote disappear, and you just wish to say a voice command to do the task for you instead?
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Raspberry Pi Zero Gamepad all-in-one – Ignacio Sánchez Ginés

Raspberry Pi Zero Gamepad all-in-one – Ignacio Sánchez Ginés | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
You probably know about the Raspberry Pi Zero. You can create amazing hacks due to its low prize and its tiny form factor, around half the size of a credit card! One of the coolest projects you can achieve with a Raspberry Pi is creating an emulation set-top-box for your TV. There is a Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi called RetroPie. With RetroPie you can convert your Raspberry into a multi emulator solution that can be fully controlled with a USB gamepad. You just have to simply copy your favorite ROMs into place, hook your Raspberry to the TV and start playing. Neat! But these are a lot of things hanging around. What if you could just fit the tiny computer inside your gamepad, so you could just make a portable Raspberry+Gamepad all-in-one? With the Raspberry Pi Zero you can! I started with a cheap eBay USB generic gamepad like this. Then I ordered a 3 meters long regular USB cable and a 3 meters long Mini HDMI to HDMI cable. eBay is your friend. Fitting the Zero inside the gamepad wasn’t much of a trouble, I only had to cut off one of those vertical plastic posts and, in order to expose both the USB and the HDMI cables out of the pad, I had to make the output hole a little bit bigger to fit both cables. Wiring all together is super easy. Cut and discard the original USB coord from the game pad and prepare its wires to be connected directly to the Zero. Plug the mini HDMI to the Zero. I had to remove the cover for gaining a little bit of space. In the back of the Zero there are some pads we can solder on. Here you have what these pads are.   PP Description PP1 USB +5V Input PP6 GND PP8 3.3V PP14 SD CLK PP15 SD CMD PP16 SD DAT0 PP17 SD DAT1 PP18 SD DAT2 PP19 SD CD PP22 USB D+ PP23 USB D-   Cut off one of the ends of the new 3 meters long USB cable and discard the data wires. We will be using this USB cable just for the power so wire up the power wires (GND and +5) to PP1 and PP6. Wire up the gamepad USB power cables also to PP1 and PP6. We now have power in the gamepad. Wire the data (D- and D+) cables of the game pad to PP22 and PP23, this way we are effectively connecting the pad to the Zero and that’s it! Put back all together, close the case and you should have now the pad and two cables, USB and HDMI, hanging out of it. Wire the HDMI and USB to your TV and play!
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Free download of MagPi - Raspberry Pi project magazine /

Free download of MagPi - Raspberry Pi project magazine / | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Free download of MagPi - Raspberry Pi project magazine...
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Bit-Box? – BIT-101

Bit-Box? – BIT-101 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

I’ve been working on a custom keypad build. I think I’ll call mine a Bit-Box. In my post last week I shared the initial proof of concept breadboard build and the second prototype build. This past week I finished the “final” version. I put “final” in quotes because I’m already thinking of how to make a better one. Anyway, here’s how it came out: The previous iteration used an Arduino Micro clone, a plastic project box and some push-button switches. For this one, I wanted a nicer enclosure and better switches. I got some Cherry MX keyboard switches from Amazon. A dozen for around $10. And ten X-Keys customizable key caps for about the same amount. These are clear key caps with a top cover that snaps on. You can pop the top off and put a slip of paper in there to create a custom key. I found some templates here: https://xkeys.com/xkeys/accessories/customprintedlegends.html

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pi 3b+ - Using 3 SIM800c GSM Hat on 1 raspberry pi 3b+

pi 3b+ - Using 3 SIM800c GSM Hat on 1 raspberry pi 3b+ | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Asked today Active today Viewed 6 times 0 My goal is to control at least 3 SIM800c hats using just one RPi but I'm not quite sure it will work. How will Rpi reference each hat? Can each hat make a call of their own? For reference: How to connect SIM800 GSM ADD-ON to RaspberryPi 3 pi-3b+ hat gsm share improve this question follow asked 2 hours ago r2b2 12555 bronze badges add a comment Know someone who can answer? Share a link to this question via email, , or . Your Answer 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 Browse other questions tagged pi-3b+ hat gsm or ask your own question.
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Filament Storage Cabinet with Arduino IoT Controller – General discussion, announcements and releases –

Filament Storage Cabinet with Arduino IoT Controller – General discussion, announcements and releases – | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In other threads on this forum, I've see pictures of prints made with water-saturated filament, and they can be ugly: So I decided to make a humidity...
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LDR light sensor tutorial

LDR light sensor tutorial | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

Recently I received a question from a good friend of mine. He wanted to automate blinds on his office window and he wondered how he can measure or detect light. I told him that the simplest solution would be using LDR resistor. Light Dependent Resistor, also called photoresistor, is resistor with variable resistance, which depends on illumination. First let us take on the basics of the resistors and then basics of the LDR. After that we can move to LDR light sensor and simple Arduino example.   Resistance is characteristic of a material that is resisting the flow of electricity. Basically what that mean is that the higher the resistance, less current can go through the material. This can be well described with the image below. Resistance is characteristic of a material that is resisting the flow of electricity. Basically what that mean is that the higher the resistance, less current can go through the material. This can be well described with the image below.

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Arduino Blog » Machine vision with low cost camera modules | Domotique 34

Arduino Blog » Machine vision with low cost camera modules | Domotique 34 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
If you’re interested in embedded machine learning (TinyML) on the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense, you’ll have found a ton of on-board sensors — digital…
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Fugaku Japanese Supercomputer - Fastest Computer in the World

Fugaku Japanese Supercomputer - Fastest Computer in the World | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In the TOP500 global ranking, Japan's Fugaku won the title of fastest supercomputer. It's the first time the country has topped the list since 2011.
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Build an IoT device with Ubuntu Appliance and

Build an IoT device with Ubuntu Appliance and | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Ubuntu Appliances let you download all the software you need to turn your Raspberry Pi into an IoT device: just install them to your SD card and get started...
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Bluetooth dev kit accelerates industrial design

Bluetooth dev kit accelerates industrial design | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Bluetooth dev kit accelerates industrial design - Electronic Products...
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Linear Programming in Python: A Straight Forward Tutorial | Hacker Noon

Linear Programming in Python: A Straight Forward Tutorial | Hacker Noon | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

Linear Programming in Python: A Straight Forward Tutorial Originally published by Marin Vlastelica Pogančić on  February 28th 2019 @marinvp Marin Vlastelica Pogančić Linear programming is one of the most common optimization techniques. It has a wide range of applications and is frequently used in operations research, industrial design, planning, and the list goes on.

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ADLINK teams up with Intel to launch ROS-based robotics technology

ADLINK teams up with Intel to launch ROS-based robotics technology | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
ADLINK Technology, a provider of edge computing systems, has launched the ROScube-I with Intel, providing a real-time ROS 2 robot controller for advanced robotic applications.The ADLINK ROScube-I …...
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python - How to trigger function dial.valueChanged.connect() only once the left mouse button is released?

python - How to trigger function dial.valueChanged.connect() only once the left mouse button is released? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Background I want to control a servomotor via a Python Gui (PyQt) component "QDial". Hopefully the servomotor should rotate "simultaneously" with the Dial in GUI. Below is the related code: Arduino void loop(){ // while(!Serial){} // if(Serial.available()>0){ posOrder = Serial.readString(); // get Angle-Value from Serial // write to Serial Monitor Serial.print("Set Servo Position to: "); Serial.println(posOrder); int angle = posOrder.toInt(); myservo.write(angle); Serial.flush(); delay(30); } } QDial ## ....some code... self.dial.valueChanged.connect(self.writeToSerial) ## ... def writeToSerial(self): # create serial connection self.ser = serial.Serial(self.portPath, timeout=None, baudrate=self.baudRate) self.posAngle = self.dial.value() # get value self.ser.write(str(self.posAngle).encode()) # write to Serial Problem When I click on the tick of the Dial, it works pretty well. After click, the function dial.valueChanged.connect(self.writeToSerial) will call the function writeToSerial(), which has enough time to write dial value to the Serial. The serial monitor shows: Set Servo Position to: 65 Set Servo Position to: 30 Set Servo Position to: 170 But when I rotate the dial by holding the left mouse button, the function dial.valueChanged.connect(self.writeToSerial) will be called in each small step. It means, the function writeToSerial() will be crazy frequently called and the serial.write() function can't write data in time. The serial monitor shows something like: Set Servo Position to: 65666770717273747677 Set Servo Position to: 99100104108109114116119122126128130131133 Set Servo Position to: 1411421431441451461481501521541561 Question Is it possible to trigger function dial.valueChanged.connect(self.writeToSerial) only once the left mouse button is released? Or any other idea to solve this Problem?
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Raspberry Pi Audio Reactive LED Strip - Ko-fi ❤️ Where creators get paid by fans, with a 'Buy Me a Coffee' Page.

Raspberry Pi Audio Reactive LED Strip - Ko-fi ❤️ Where creators get paid by fans, with a 'Buy Me a Coffee' Page. | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Nazmus published a post on Ko-fi.com...
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Retro Player

Retro Player | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
​This Raspberry Pi project is called “Raspberry Pi Retro Player” or RPRP which is RP squared, and it consists of a cheap OLED display that is mounted inside an old Argus slide magnifier.  ...
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Raspberry Pi Software Tips and Hacks –

Read writing from Raspberry Pi Software Tips and Hacks on Medium. Tips and Hacks for Raspberry Pi software such as Raspbian (Debian, Ubuntu, Linux) the latest news in software development on.
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New Products 7/1/20 featuring Adafruit H3LIS331 Ultra High Range Triple-Axis Accelerometer –

New Products 7/1/20 featuring Adafruit H3LIS331 Ultra High Range Triple-Axis Accelerometer – | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We’ve got the New nEw NEW for you right here: NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK Adafruit H3LIS331 Ultra High Range Triple-Axis Accelerometer – STEMMA QT / Qwiic It’s not hard to find an accelerome…...
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The Ultimate Arduino based learning kit. US based company. by Dan Alich :: Kicktraq

A new, bold, and comprehensive learning system for Arduino based electronics and coding. Made for individual or group learning.
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How to build your own website today without coding

How to build your own website today without coding | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We show you how to swiftly create a website without any coding, and also examine other approaches.
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Open Hardware: Raspberry Pi and Trace Together (Singapore) Token | Tux Machines

Open Hardware: Raspberry Pi and Trace Together (Singapore) Token | Tux Machines | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

today's leftovers Calc Guide 6.4 is Released! – Download Now! The LibreOffice Documentation Team announces the release of the LibreOffice Calc Guide 6.4, the complete handbook for the spreadsheet tool of LibreOffice. The guide was updated from the existing release 6.2 and include all the improvements developed since then. Online events in the LibreOffice Hispanic community Everyone loves to meet in person, share ideas, work on the software and have a good time.

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