• How to Integrate LED Matrix Displays in Your Next Project

    Whether you’re interested in enhancing model trains, or simply want to hear more about integrating LED matrix displays into your next project, here you have some information you might find interesting. “I have used LED matrix displays for...

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  • LimeSDR Mini: Low-Cost, Small Size and Entirely Open Source Board

    Lime Microsystems has unveiled a size- and cost-reduced variant of the LimeSDR board that it launched last year. The LimeSDR Mini is a free and open source project that supports the company’s entirely open-source LimeSuite host-side software that supports a range...

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  • Here comes ARDUINO PRIMO: a deeper look

      Here comes a new board for prototype creation of connected applications and in IoT: richly equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and a battery for autonomously operation. It almost sounds like the last name of a noble...

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  • Raspberry Pi or not Raspberry Pi?

    Everyone knows Raspberry Pi, maybe everyone’s got one…but what if you want something different? The Raspberry Pi is an awesome computer for the price, but it is not the only single-board computer in the market, of course. If...

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  • Pensar: Real-Time Video Processing for Drones

    The introduced computer vision platform with deep-learning capabilities is a stand-alone twin sensor platform. It utilizes the GPU-accelerated computing power of the Nvidia’s Jetson module to allow for real-time video processing and immediate augmented insights. Nvidia’s Jetpack software...

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  • Olimex Has Revealed Its New Open Spec Allwinner A64 Hacker Board

    The A64-OLinuXino is an open source hardware board that runs Linux and Android. It is Olimex’s first 64-bit ARMv8 OlinuXino board and the first to be designed entirely with open source CAD software (KiCad). The A64-OLinuXino is...

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  • Open-Q™ 212 Single Board Computer for your IoT Device

    Intrinsyc’s Open-Q™ 212 SBC is a full-featured, production-ready, low-cost IoT computer based on a powerful quad-core ARM Cortex A7 (32-bit) 1.267GHz processor, with integrated GPU and DSP. The SBC supports an LCD display up to 720p, HDMI...

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  • Control all your IR appliances through Bluetooth (or internet)

        A Bluetooth enabled remote that will help you control one or more IR-controlled electric payloads.   In this post, we are going to present a project for emulating an IR remote control composed of a...

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  • Cito moves to the next generation smartwatch

    A unique proof of concept actuated smartwatch has been created by Dartmouth researchers using little Arduino programming and hardware, providing a glimpse at what future smartwatches may look like. Cito is an actuated smartphone concept that physically...

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  • Raspberry Pi motorized Skateboard

    If you live in town and you are looking for an electric vehicle for commuting,  you could choose a hybrid car, an electric bike or why not… an electric skateboard that zooms around town at 30kmph (19mph)!...

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  • What does your robot need? Maybe a BeagleBone Blu!

    The  BeagleBone Blue from BeagleBoard.org is a credit-card sized board with all the components needed to operate a robot or even a drone. It is open source, as its schematics have been published, and developers can replicate the board. It has...

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  • New Raspberry Pi Zero W!

    5 years ago the first Raspberry Pi board was launched on the market. Now they celebrate their birthday revealing a new variant of Raspberry Pi Zero with wireless LAN and Bluetooth: the Raspberry Pi Zero W precisely. Here’s...

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  • Droiko on Kickstarter – First True Gaming Drone, the battle is now!

    Droiko is a high technology gaming micro drone that allows you playing GAMES with your drone. It’s a fully open source product, both hardware and software. As soon as the project is succesfully funded, everything design related...

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  • Wireless power contest, new ideas received. Submit yours to win one of the three Oscilloscopes!

    Wireless power transfer was first demonstrated by –Nikola Tesla– in the 1890s; however, it is actually only in the last decade that the technology has been harnessed to the point where it offers real, tangible benefits to...

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  • New IoT reference boards by Argon

    Argonboards provides complete board and software solutions based on NXP solutions revolutionizing the IOT market. The idea behind Argonboards is to allow companies to quickly evaluate the next generation NXP architectures and build a demo of their...

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  • Chord Collar – Pet Wearable on Kickstarter

    Wearables are one of the main technological trends nowadays and we were wondering when someone would have proposed a solution for our beloved pets. Our friend Jared Marmen from Baltimore, founder of Barttron Inc. published a really...

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  • Google Eddystone open-source Bluetooth beacons platform

    Google has launched Eddystone, a new open-source Bluetooth LE beacon platform which plays nicely with iOS, Android, and other OSes. Aiming to power a new age of location-based services, as well as give those responsible for managing...

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  • Bluz: A cloud-connected, Bluetooth LE development kit 300% funded on Kickstarter, last days!

    Bluz is a Bluetooth LE development kit (DK) unlike any other. Bluz comes cloud connected out of the box to the Spark cloud, meaning you can access the device from anywhere in the world, and not just...

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