• SparkFun Pro nRF52840 Mini: a Powerful Combination of Cortex-M4 CPU and 2.4GHz Bluetooth

    The SparkFun Pro nRF52840 Mini Bluetooth development board is now available priced at $30 and features a ARM Cortex-M4 CPU supported by 1MB internal Flash and 256kB internal RAM. The board comes pre-programmed with a USB bootloader....

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  • MAKERphone: An educational DIY mobile phone

      MAKERphone is an educational DIY mobile phone designed to bring electronics and programming to the crowd in a fun and interesting way. It’s a fully functional mobile phone that you assemble and code yourself.    ...

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  • How to Make a Raspberry Pi Powered Etch-a-Sketch System

    The Etch-A-Sketch was released by The Ohio Art Company in 1960. The popularity of the device is sort of interesting because it has lots of annoying problems: knobs only move the cursor up/down/left/right. Diagonals and curves require...

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  • OpenMV Cam H7: the Open Source MicroPython Powered Machine Vision Camera

    The New OpenMV Cam H7 is an upgrade of the previous OpenMV Cam M7, replacing the STMicro STM32F7 micro-controller by a more powerful STM32H7 MCU clocked at up to 400 MHz and introducing removable camera modules for thermal...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • DFRobot Boson Kit: 50+ Different Modules for Young Inventors

    DFRobot’s Boson Kit, is an education resource providing a set of modularised electronic building blocks designed for young inventors and STEM educators. Launched in June 2017, there have been already over 5,000 schools around the world using Boson Kit in...

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  • Rover V2: 3D Printed Open Source Robotic Rover Platform

    Rover V2 is an open-source, 3D-printable robotic rover platform that has seen a lot of evolution and development from its creator Taylor Alexander. It  is a full mechanical redesign of the previous version and it’s a significantly improved version of...

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  • TensorFlow 1.9 Now Supports Raspberry Pi

    The following article is copyright © 2018 Linux.com and was originally published here. Google’s recent announcement that it had ported its open source TensorFlow machine intelligence (ML) library for neural networking to the Raspberry Pi was the latest in a series of chess moves...

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  • Python on ESP32: easy for beginners, powerful for professionals

    The ESP32 from Espressif is one of the most popular low-power microcontrollers with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth on the market. That is why we have decided to share a tutorial with you on how to get started...

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  • Light Painting: How to Create 3D Animations with Light

    Light painting: there’s something that never gets old about waving lights around in a long exposure photo. Whilst most light paintings are single shots, some artists painstakingly create frame-by-frame animations. This is pretty hard to do when...

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  • Watney: Fully Open Source 3D Printed Rover

    While many vehicle projects implement 3D printing, most of them use them in small parts and portions. So, it’s fascinating to see a device which is 3D printable from start to finish. Nik Ivanov set out to...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • Cybot – The Open-Source Threat Intelligence Chat Bot

    The following post is extracted from the original one published here by The Cylance Team. Threat intelligence chat bots are useful friends. They perform research for you and can even be note takers or central aggregators of...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • Raspberry Pi Powered Aircraft Traffic Tracker

    One morning around 6AM, Simon Aubury’s cat heard a low-flying aircraft and to signal its displeasure at the event, decided to jump onto Simon’s face as he slept. Simon didn’t know that the airplane on his head...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • CANable: the Open Source USB to CAN Adapter

    The CANable is a small open-source USB to CAN adapter. The CANable shows up as a virtual serial port on your computer and acts as a serial-line to CAN interface. On Linux the CANable works natively with...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • CrowPi: the Raspberry Pi Educational Hacker Kit

    On Kickstarter, Hong Kong based Elecrow is launching a CrowPi educational kit for teaching the basics of Raspberry Pi hardware hacking for classrooms or informal DIY education. The kit, which is available with or without a Raspberry...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Raspberry Pi Powered Stent-Testing Robot

    Medical engineering is just one of the important areas where researchers have found a use for the Pi. This stent-testing robot was designed by Dr Henry J Feldman, chief information architect at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians. Stents...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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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...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • Pitalk: Modularity and Customization for Your DIY Phone

    Like the ZeroPhone, which has yet to launch its Crowd Supply campaign, the SB Components PiTalk is a fully open source platform compatible with the Raspberry Pi ecosystem. Yet instead of incorporating a Raspberry Pi Zero, the modular, hackable PiTalk...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • How To Become an Arduino Guitar Hero

    “Similar to the classic music games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero, we use a TFT to display notes that move across the screen towards a strum region, produce guitar plucks and undertones of a song, and...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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