• Wii Camera for Head Tracking: I Want It!

    Nintendo Wii controllers continue to provide a variety of tools for hacking. One component you may want to consider for your next hack is the camera from the Wii Remote, which senses the position of nearby infrared...

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  • OpenAuto, the Open Source In-Car Entertainment System

    Android Auto adds an untold level of convenience to your driving experience. Designed to emulate an AndroidAuto head unit, OpenAuto runs on Raspbian Stretch and is based on the aasdk and Qt libraries, with the aim of...

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  • Plastic Player2: the Open Source Music Controller

    Plastic Player 2 is an open-source analog interface for digital music. It merges the benefits of digital music streaming with the tactile appeal of physical media. The heart of Plastic Player 2 is a Raspberry Pi running...

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  • Open-Source CAT-M1/NB-IoT Shield for Arduino on Indiegogo

    This is the first open-source cellular Arduino shield of its kind using SIMCom’s latest SIM7000-series modules with LTE CAT-M and NB-IoT support, optimized for low-power IoT devices. The shield also integrates incredibly fast GNSS, and a high-accuracy...

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  • Bang & Olufsen and HiFiBerry Announced a Partnership in the Beocreate Open Source Program

    The recently announced partnership between the acclaimed speaker manufacturer Bang & Olufsen and the digital audio company HiFiBerry will allow DIY audio enthusiasts to easily transform their vintage B&O speakers into wireless audio workhorses. The new open...

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  • Tock OS, the Open Source Secure Embedded OS for Cortex-M Based Microcontrollers

    Yes, I know it…there are already a lot of open source operating systems running on Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers, so what’s different about it? Tock is the operating system specifically designed for (secure) IoT on Arm Cortex-M MCUs....

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  • BASpi: Building Automation Software Add-on Board for Raspberry Pi

    Contemporary Controls’ new BASpi Raspberry Pi 3 add-on board is the first product that is specifically designed for the BACnet standard. BACNet is a data communication protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks that has been developed, supported and maintained by ASHRAE...

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  • DIY Arduino-Powered Optimus Prime’s Blaster

    Youtuber Bob Clagett  is a huge fan of 80’s toys and movies. Inspired by Transformers he decided to realize his dream: build his own life-sized Optimus Prime ion blaster. Now, after hours of 3D printing and finishing,...

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  • Aerialtronics Just Announced the New Version of its AI Camera PENSAR

    PENSAR is one of the world’s first platforms with dual spectrum digital vision that allows real-time analysis of images or data. Infinitely customizable, it can be mounted on professional drone, mobile robot or used as an independent...

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  • Desktop 3D Printing is Changing Direction

    On Designnews.com you can find an interesting post about the potential near future of 3D Printing. Let’s see together an extract from the original post. “For years, even 10 to 20 years ago, we’ve talked about a...

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  • Mozilla’s Thing Gateway, the Secure Connection Between You and Your Smart Home Devices

    Few day ago, Mozilla announced the release of one of the first Project Things effort: an internet of things (IoT) hub called Things Gateway. Using a Raspberry Pi and Mozilla’s newly-released software, users can control their smart home devices...

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  • Odroid-N1: Tough Times for Raspberry Pi

    Rockchip’s RK3399 is shaping up to be a favorite for single-board makers looking to satisfy demand for a high-powered take on the Raspberry Pi. Few days ago we spoke about the new Rockchip-based Orange Pi RK3399. Last...

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  • HiFive Unleashed, the world’s first RISC-V-based Linux development board

    SiFive is one of the most active companies with RISC-V architecture, and the new HiFive Unleashed provides further confirmation of it! This SBC is built around the new RISC-V based, quad-core, 1.5GHz U540 SoC. It’s the first...

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  • DIY a Cool 3D Printed Weather/Matrix Lamp

    If you are searching for an accurate and cool weather station, I have what you need! The lamp, which integrates an LED matrix controlled by a Raspberry Pi, is programmed to show the temperature through a vertical...

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  • Grove Starter Kit for the LimeSDR Mini is Raspberry Pi Compatible

    Lime Microsystems has added to its successful LimeSDR Mini crowdfunding campaign on Crowd Supply with a $249 Grove Starter Kit designed to work with a Raspberry Pi. The Grove Starter Kit for the LimeSDR Mini offers another way to...

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  • Orange Pi launched its First SBC based on Rockchip’s hexa-core RK3399 SoC

    Shenzhen Xunlong has launched its first Rockchip based Orange Pi single-board computer with the $109 Orange Pi RK3399. The Rockchip RK3399 features two Cortex-A72 cores that are here clocked to up to 2.0GHz, as well as four...

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  • Honor Announced the Open Source Program for Honor View 10

    Honor Open Source Program for the Honor View 10 aims to provide much-needed kernel sources — an essential part of custom ROM development —  in a timely fashion, and application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow developers to take advantage of AI...

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  • Broadcom SDKLT: a Step Forward Towards an Open Networking Ecosystem!

    “We are delighted to announce another industry first with our fully open source SDKLT to accelerate the development and deployment of Broadcom’s switch silicon,” said Ram Velaga, senior vice president and general manager of switching products. “SDKLT...

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