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Fedora ARM demo | Raspberry Pi

Full featured Fedora 13 running on a SoC $35 computer.
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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

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5 incredibly cool Raspberry Pi projects that you should put on your DIY list

5 incredibly cool Raspberry Pi projects that you should put on your DIY list | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Let's look at some really cool Raspberry Pi projects that you must add to your DIY list.
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Noni Radio Module: Unlocking WiFi-7 Connectivity with Qualcomm’s Chipsets

The Noni module, powered by Qualcomm’s QCA9274/QCA6274 chipsets, revolutionizes wireless connectivity with advanced WiFi-7 capabilities packed into a versatile M.2 A+E form factor. Tailored for a diverse range of applications, this module thrives in both commercial and industrial environments,...
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HealthyPi Move: An Upcoming Open-Source Smartwatch Powered by Nordic nRF5340 SoC

HealthyPi Move: An Upcoming Open-Source Smartwatch Powered by Nordic nRF5340 SoC | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
CrowdSupply recently showcased the HealthyPi Move, a biometric monitor designed in a convenient wristwatch form factor. Equipped with Nordic Semiconductor's nRF5340 SoC and multiple advanced sensors, this portable device is advertised for both personal health tracking and data logging for research...
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Raspberry Pi 5 Orange Pi5 Retropie Gaming Comparison

Raspberry Pi 5 Orange Pi5 Retropie Gaming Comparison PS2 Emulation Sega Deka Supreme Ultra

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Raspberry Pi Python 21 : Stepper Motor

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ATMN256 - RFID Conveyor Sorting System Demo - Vincenzo Lombardo

Hello Everyone!
I designed, built and coded this Raspberry Pi & Arduino based project for my Humber College ATMN 256 Second Year Project Course utilizing Python3 and the Pi for the main control system to have a automated project.

I developed a small scale industrial product sorter utilizing RFID tags for product data, a belt conveyor for transporting it (Build for last years project) along with IR through-beam sensors for position tracking. To finish it off, I have a 4 DOF robotic arm with suction to pick and place the product into drop-off containers.

Tried to build everything somewhat "professional" utilizing DIN Rail power supplies and terminal/distribution blocks to keep some of the wiring tidy.

Hope you enjoy!. See my other video for a quick build montage!⚒️

Check Out Last Years Project:
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ESP32 as Wifi repeater/extender

In trying to make a wifi repeater/extender using the esp32 board
I tried the same with esp8266 and it worked quite well
but I'm having problems to understand the same with esp32
I found the esp8266 code in official arduino examples
ie: `ino
// NAPT example released to public domain
#define HAVE_NETDUMP 0
#ifndef STASSID
#define STASSID "mynetwork"
#define STAPSK "mynetworkpassword"
#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
#include <lwip/napt.h>
#include <lwip/dns.h>
#define NAPT 1000
#define NAPT_PORT 10
#include <NetDump.h>
void dump(int netif_idx, const char* data, size_t len, int out, int success) {
Serial.print(out ? F("out ") : F(" in "));
Serial.printf("%d ", netif_idx);
// optional filter example: if (netDump_is_ARP(data))
{ netDump(Serial, data, len); // netDumpHex(Serial, data, len); }
void setup() {
Serial.printf("\n\nNAPT Range extender\n");
Serial.printf("Heap on start: %d\n", ESP.getFreeHeap());
phy_capture = dump;
// first, connect to STA so we can get a proper local DNS server
while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) { Serial.print('.'); delay(500); }
Serial.printf("\nSTA: %s (dns: %s / %s)\n", WiFi.localIP().toString().c_str(), WiFi.dnsIP(0).toString().c_str(), WiFi.dnsIP(1).toString().c_str());
// By default, DNS option will point to the interface IP
// Instead, point it to the real DNS server.
// Notice that:
// - DhcpServer class only supports IPv4
// - Only a single IP can be set
auto& server = WiFi.softAPDhcpServer();
WiFi.softAPConfig( // enable AP, with android-compatible google domain IPAddress(172, 217, 28, 254), IPAddress(172, 217, 28, 254), IPAddress(255, 255, 255, 0)); WiFi.softAP(STASSID "extender", STAPSK);
Serial.printf("AP: %s\n", WiFi.softAPIP().toString().c_str());
Serial.printf("Heap before: %d\n", ESP.getFreeHeap());
err_t ret = ip_napt_init(NAPT, NAPT_PORT);
Serial.printf("ip_napt_init(%d,%d): ret=%d (OK=%d)\n", NAPT, NAPT_PORT, (int)ret, (int)ERR_OK);
if (ret == ERR_OK) { ret = ip_napt_enable_no(SOFTAP_IF, 1); Serial.printf("ip_napt_enable_no(SOFTAP_IF): ret=%d (OK=%d)\\n", (int)ret, (int)ERR_OK); if (ret == ERR_OK) { Serial.printf("WiFi Network '%s' with same password is now NATed behind '%s'\\n", STASSID "extender", STASSID); } }
Serial.printf("Heap after napt init: %d\n", ESP.getFreeHeap());
if (ret != ERR_OK) { Serial.printf("NAPT initialization failed\n"); }
void setup() {
Serial.printf("\n\nNAPT not supported in this configuration\n");
void loop() {}`
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MYIR Unveils $55 Remi Pi Computer Board Powered by Renesas RZ/G2L MPU

MYIR Unveils $55 Remi Pi Computer Board Powered by Renesas RZ/G2L MPU | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
MYIR has launched the Remi Pi, a unique and compact computer board that offers an affordable...
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LattePanda Mu takes on Raspberry Pi 5 with more powerful quad-core Intel CPU - NotebookCheck.net News

LattePanda Mu takes on Raspberry Pi 5 with more powerful quad-core Intel CPU - NotebookCheck.net News | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
LattePanda Mu has just joined the company's growing single board computer (SBC) lineup. With a capable Intel N100 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, and 9 PCIe 3.0 lanes, the compute module stands as a solid Raspberry Pi 5 challenger.
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Monitoring House Power Consumption with ESP32 and Shelly Power Meter

Welcome to our latest video where we delve into the world of smart home energy management! In this video, i will showcase how to monitor the total power consumption of your entire household using the ESP32 microcontroller and the Shelly Power Meter.

By integrating these two powerful devices, you'll gain real-time insights into your home's electricity usage, allowing you to optimize energy efficiency and reduce costs.

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Arduino Controller Support

Attempting to use the arduino for controller support on the ds lite.

#ds #DSLite #DSPhat #Mod #Modding #Modded #modder #modders #Mods #nintendo #pokemon #shiny #shinyhunt #shinyhunter #shinyhunting #shinypokemon #game #games #gamers #gaming
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You can build and track your own high-altitude balloon with Raspberry Pi

You can build and track your own high-altitude balloon with Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
And for dirt cheap.
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Wireless RGB LED Control: Transmitting Specific Colors using ESP-NOW Network

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Learn how to control RGB LED strips wirelessly using the ESP-NOW network. This tutorial demonstrates how to send specific colors to NeoPixel strips attached to a transmitter device, using a rotary encoder for color selection. Find out how to set up the ESP-XII modules and program them using the FastLED library. Enhance your DIY projects with this wireless RGB LED control method. #WirelessLEDControl #RGBLEDStrips #ESPNOWNetwork #FastLEDTutorial #DIYProjects #ColorSelection #NeoPixelStrips #ESPXII #RotaryEncoder #LEDControl
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Arduino Nano Matter Board in action Embedded World 2024

We're joined by Tamas from Silicon Labs at Embedded World 2024, talking about the collaboration that stands to shape the future of home automation and smart technology. Arduino and Silicon Labs, two giants in the world of technology and innovation, have joined forces to unveil a groundbreaking product: the new Matter version of the Nano board.

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Basic triggering of the servo motor. Raspberry Pi X Pixhawk X Servo.

In this test, we hook the servo motor up to the Pixhawk and connect the Pixhawk and Raspberry Pi through the Mavlink protocol. We wrong a simple script (below) that overrides the PWM value and triggers the servo motor.
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Raspberry Pi 5 - Finally Built A POWERFUL Smart Home Hub for HomeKit

So finally I got my hands on a Raspberry Pi 5 and If you're an Apple HomeKit enthusiast like me, you're going to love this. Cause We're going to build a powerful smart home hub & take your HomeKit experience to the next level with the 7 wonders of building a DIY Smart Home. Last but the least, Towards the end of the video I also have a surprise App Install that will push your Smart Home Journey to the NEXT LEVEL !

00:00 - Intro
00:16 - Opening
00:31 - Raspberry Pi Changes
01:11 - DIY Smart Home Hub Changes
01:46 - DIY Smart Home Hub Benefits
02:29 - What you’ll need
03:57 - How to Flash Pi OS Lite
05:42 - Locate Pi On Network
06:54 - Use Terminal to Access Pi
07:36 - Execute Magic Script
10:54 - Portainer Configuration
11:45 - Test MQTT Service
12:15 - Zigbee2MQTT Configuration
14:40 - Scrypted Configuration
15:39 - Homebridge Configuration
17:30 - Heimdall Configuration
21:48 - Closing

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Travel Sized MIDI Control Surface & Drumpad based on Raspberry Pi Pico - Demo

Demo of a lil' thing I'm working on. I wanted a compact way to have a bunch of sliders available that can be mapped to whatever.

For my use case, I mapped settings for each drum in a 4x4 kit, making it easy to change things on the fly (attack, decay, volume, etc.)

Based on a Raspberry Pi Pico. Case 3D printed in PETG. Board designed in KiCad and assembled (mostly) by JLCPCB.

If you are interested in following along, or want to be notified when I start selling these, go here: https://djbajablast.gumroad.com/l/midi-loopster-mailing-list?layout=profile

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Arduino LiFi System: Text Data Transfer via Smartphone Flashlight | My 2nd Year Engineering Project

Take your engineering project to the next level! In this video, we explore LiFi technology and showcase a unique project using Arduino to build a LiFi system that transmits text data using your smartphone's flashlight!
This is a perfect video for Indian engineering students or anyone interested in DIY LiFi projects. We'll guide you through:

Welcome to my channel! In this video, I'm excited to showcase my latest engineering project: an Arduino-based LiFi system that enables text data transfer via any smartphone's flashlight.

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How to Connect BH1750 with Arduino: Measure Ambient Light

How to Connect BH1750 with Arduino: Measure Ambient Light | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this tutorial video, you'll learn how to physically connect the BH1750 light sensor to your...
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RFID access project code and diagram #arduinoproject #diyelectronics #arduino #electronicscreators

"Hello and welcome to this tutorial where we'll be exploring how to use an RFID-RC522 module with an Arduino to control an LED. This is a fantastic project for beginners looking to delve into the world of Arduino and RFID technology."

What You'll Need:

An Arduino Uno (or any other Arduino board)
RFID-RC522 Module
220-ohm resistor
Jumper Wires
Step 1: Overview
"We will start with a brief overview of the RFID-RC522 module and its functionality. This module operates at 13.56 MHz and communicates over the SPI protocol, making it ideal for projects involving identification."

code and connections: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13...

Step 2: Connections
"In this section, we'll go through the process of connecting the RFID-RC522 to the Arduino. We'll attach the SDA, SCK, MOSI, MISO, RST, GND, and 3.3V pins of the RFID module to the corresponding pins on the Arduino. Remember, it's crucial to connect the 3.3V pin to the Arduino's 3.3V output, as the module is not 5V tolerant."

Step 3: LED Setup
"Next, we'll connect an LED to the Arduino. We'll use a 220-ohm resistor in series with the LED to protect it from high current. The longer lead of the LED, the anode, will be connected to digital pin 7 of the Arduino, while the shorter lead, the cathode, goes to the ground."

Step 4: Code Explanation
"Now, we'll dive into the code. We'll explain how to use the MFRC522 library to interface with the RFID module. The code will be set up to turn the LED on for a few seconds whenever an RFID tag is detected by the module."

Step 5: Demonstration
"We'll conclude with a live demonstration of the project. You'll see how, upon bringing an RFID tag close to the reader, the LED lights up, indicating the tag's detection."

"Thank you for watching! This project is a great starting point for anyone interested in RFID technology and its applications in the world of Arduino. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more exciting projects!"
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Orange Pi 5 Pro - A low-cost Rockchip RK3588S SBC with up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, dual HDMI video output - CNX Software

Orange Pi 5 Pro - A low-cost Rockchip RK3588S SBC with up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, dual HDMI video output - CNX Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
As mentioned in the Orange Pi Developer Conference 2024 article, the Orange Pi 5 Pro launch was just around the corner, and the latest Rockchip RK3588S...
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Run Local Llm On Raspberry Pi 5 With A Single Executable Llamafile!

First, starting early April, Raspberry Pi OS comes with Vulkan driver support natively, I use tinyllamafile f16 and Q8_0 to run sample Q&A. The results coming from the set up of raspberry pi 5 is different from what Justine showed. I hope I can do something to make the throughput (tokens/sec) run as fast as what Justine showed.
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NEW PRODUCT – Adafruit Infrared IR Remote Receiver – STEMMA JST PH 2mm « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

NEW PRODUCT – Adafruit Infrared IR Remote Receiver – STEMMA JST PH 2mm « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
NEW PRODUCT – Adafruit Infrared IR Remote Receiver – STEMMA JST PH 2mm A year ago we designed a high-current-output Infrared Transmitter STEMMA which makes it easy to create high-powere…...
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Microcontroller Programming: Basics and Beyond💻 : Arduino, STM32, dsPIC, and ESP32 Demystified

Welcome to 'Microcontroller Programming: Basics and Beyond 💻🔧'! In this video, I guide you through the fundamentals of microcontroller programming, laying the groundwork for your journey into the world of embedded systems. 🌐

From understanding the essential components of microcontrollers to writing your first code, we cover it all. Plus, I delve into the basic storyline applicable in all microcontroller programming, providing you with a solid foundation to tackle more complex projects with confidence. Whether you're a beginner or looking to refresh your knowledge, this video is your gateway to mastering microcontroller programming!🚀✨
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The 2 Best microSD Cards for 2024 | Reviews by Wirecutter

The 2 Best microSD Cards for 2024 | Reviews by Wirecutter | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Most microSD cards are good enough, but if you know what to look for, it’s not hard to get one that’s great.
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