The Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect is here

Reading Time: 4 minutes It was back in January that we first introduced you to the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect. The first Arduino board to include Raspberry Pi silicon. It’s been a roller coaster ride getting it to you, and enthusiasm during the wait has been incredibly encouraging. The wait, you’ll be glad to hear, is over. The RP2040…… The Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect is here weiterlesen

Welcome Raspberry Pi to the world of microcontrollers

Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘Raspberry and chips,’ not something you’d like to eat but in the world of silicon it’s actually a great combination. Eben Upton recently shared with us Raspberry Pi’s exciting vision for a revolutionary product that they were working on: a microcontroller, the RP2040, based on Raspberry Pi silicon. The news was both disruptive and exciting…… Welcome Raspberry Pi to the world of microcontrollers weiterlesen

Raspberry Pi robot prompts proper handwashing

Reading Time: 3 minutes Amol Deshmukh from the University of Glasgow got in touch with us about a social robot designed to influence young people’s handwashing behaviour, which the design team piloted in a rural school in Kerala, India. In the pilot study, the hand-shaped Pepe robot motivated a 40% increase in the quality and levels of handwashing. It…… Raspberry Pi robot prompts proper handwashing weiterlesen

Raspberry Pi listening posts ‘hear’ the Borneo rainforest

Reading Time: 2 minutes These award-winning, solar-powered audio recorders, built on Raspberry Pi, have been installed in the Borneo rainforest so researchers can listen to the local ecosystem 24/7. The health of a forest ecosystem can often be gaged according to how much noise it creates, as this signals how many species are around. And you can listen to…… Raspberry Pi listening posts ‘hear’ the Borneo rainforest weiterlesen

Rotary encoders: Raise a Glitch Storm | Hackspace 34

Reading Time: 7 minutes A Glitch Storm is an explosive torrent of musical rhythms and sound, all generated from a single line of code. In theory, you can’t do this with a Raspberry Pi running Python – in this month’s new issue, out now, the HackSpace magazine team lovingly acquired a tutorial from The Mag Pi team to throw…… Rotary encoders: Raise a Glitch Storm | Hackspace 34 weiterlesen

International Space Station Tracker | The MagPi 96

Reading Time: 4 minutes Fancy tracking the ISS’s trajectory? All you need is a Raspberry Pi, an e-paper display, an enclosure, and a little Python code. Nicola King looks to the skies The e-paper display mid-refresh. It takes about three seconds to refresh, but it’s fast enough for this kind of project Standing on his balcony one sunny evening,…… International Space Station Tracker | The MagPi 96 weiterlesen

Auto-blow bubbles with a Raspberry Pi-powered froggy

Reading Time: 2 minutes 8 Bits and a Byte created this automatic bubble machine, which is powered and controlled by a Raspberry Pi and can be switched on via the internet by fans of robots and/or bubbles. They chose a froggy-shaped bubble machine, but you can repurpose whichever type you desire; it’s just easier to adapt a model running…… Auto-blow bubbles with a Raspberry Pi-powered froggy weiterlesen

Watch wildlife with a Raspberry Pi nature camera| Hackspace 33

Reading Time: 6 minutes The past few months have given us ample opportunity to stare at the creatures that reside outside. In issue 33 of Hackspace Magazine, out today, Rosie Hattersley looks at ways to track them. It’s been a remarkable spring and early summer, and not just because many of us have had more time than usual to…… Watch wildlife with a Raspberry Pi nature camera| Hackspace 33 weiterlesen

3D Printed Artefacts in the Classroom with Museum in a Box

Reading Time: 3 minutes Bringing a new dimension to history and museum education, the Museum in a Box is a brilliant interactive learning experience. It uses 3D printed objects with NFC chips to trigger audio commentary, all managed by a Raspberry Pi. A field-trip to a museum is an integral part of every schoolkid’s education. It’s a rite of…… 3D Printed Artefacts in the Classroom with Museum in a Box weiterlesen

You can now use Arduino to program Linux IoT devices

Reading Time: 2 minutes You can now use Arduino to program Linux IoT devices Arduino Team — March 13th, 2018 Today, at Embedded Linux Conference 2018, Arduino announced the expansion of the number of architectures supported by its Arduino Create platform for the development of IoT applications. With this new release, Arduino Create users can manage and program a…… You can now use Arduino to program Linux IoT devices weiterlesen

OpenCat: 3D Print Your Own Robotic Cat

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’ve always wanted a cat, but happen to be allergic to feline friends, fear not as you can soon make your very own robotic cat. Thanks to a design by Rongzhong Li, a programmer, the robotic cat combines artificial intelligence with some pretty exciting features. As part of his “OpenCat” project, Li designed a…… OpenCat: 3D Print Your Own Robotic Cat weiterlesen

3D Print Your Own Raspberry Pi Airplay BoomBox

Reading Time: 3 minutes Create your own Raspberry Pi Airplay Boombox using a 3D printer, the Raspberry Pi Zero W, free software, and electronics. However, be warned that soldering and electronics knowledge is required for this project. Adafruit Industries have come up with a design using the Raspberry Pi Zero W which is both cute and practical – they’re calling it…… 3D Print Your Own Raspberry Pi Airplay BoomBox weiterlesen

Creator Shows How To Make a 3D Scanner Using Rasperry Pi Cameras

Reading Time: 2 minutes The arrangement takes four images at the same time to create a 3D model of the object. A creator on Hackaday has developed a novel scanner which can instantly capture a 3D surface. Going by the name ‘Jolar’, the developer has been busy refining his 3D scanner project from Oxford Hackspace. The scanner consists of…… Creator Shows How To Make a 3D Scanner Using Rasperry Pi Cameras weiterlesen

Asus TinkerBoard & Element14 PiDesktop Case – Review

Asus TinkerBoard

Reading Time: 2 minutes We got our Hands on the new Asus TinkerBoard and the Element14 PiDesktop Case as seen below.. https://www.instagram.com/p/BWkqbKjDNNF/ @ASUS Tinker Board in Action!! #geek #technology #asus #tinkerboard #blogdottv A post shared by BLOGDOTTV | #GAMES #LIFESTYLE (@blogdottv) on Jul 15, 2017 at 8:50am PDT Tech Specs: Quad core 1.8GHz ARM Cortex-A17 CPU 2GB Dual channel…… Asus TinkerBoard & Element14 PiDesktop Case – Review weiterlesen

Asus TinkerBoard – Android 6.0.1 Review

Asus TinkerBoard

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Asus TinkerBoard – Android 6.0.1 working PlayStore and TV Launcher https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_eiH2WEF7o we had the chance to get our hands on the asus tinkerboard and we really love it 🙂 its a wonderfull peace of hardware. Here is our Review of the UI we created in some hours of work, and also the apps tested and…… Asus TinkerBoard – Android 6.0.1 Review weiterlesen

Raspberry Pi 3 NES Classic Mini Project

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Raspberry Pi 3 NES Classic Mini Project was in our mind from day one when the new New Classic Mini arrived 🙂 After so much time there is a company from new york making small pi cases looking like this: Perfect case for our project , so here is the full list what you…… Raspberry Pi 3 NES Classic Mini Project weiterlesen

Raspberry Pi 3 Alexa DIY Project

Raspberry Pi 3 Alexa

Reading Time: 7 minutes Required hardware Before you get started, let’s review what you’ll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported) – Buy at Amazon – Pi 3 or Pi 2. Micro-USB power cable for Raspberry Pi. Micro SD Card (Minimum 8 GB) – You need an operating system to get started. NOOBS (New Out…… Raspberry Pi 3 Alexa DIY Project weiterlesen

ASUS made a Raspberry Pi with 4K video playback!!!

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Here’re are some of the more impressive specs: Quad core 1.8GHz ARM Cortex-A17 CPU 2GB Dual channel LPDDR3 memory 1x HDMI 2.0 port to support 4K resolution Gigabit LAN and Bluetooth 4.0 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi Power supply: 5V/ 2A Micro USB (not included) In addition to this, the device also comes with a 40-pin internal…… ASUS made a Raspberry Pi with 4K video playback!!! weiterlesen

PiBoy3 – Selfmade Arcade Gaming Handheld for under 120$ – TUTORIAL

Reading Time: 4 minutes First of all a Happy New Year to all our Community here on blogdot.tv and on our Social Channels 🙂 We are back in the new year with a quick made tutorial for everyone who wanted to make a game boy by your self ^^ so let’s start… THIS TUTORIAL IS BASED ON GETTING THE…… PiBoy3 – Selfmade Arcade Gaming Handheld for under 120$ – TUTORIAL weiterlesen

Raspberry Pi Server , with LED Display videoplayback test

Reading Time: < 1 minutes   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7puyzJqi_c Raspberry Pi Server , with LED Display videoplayback test

Play Pacman and Donkey Kong on world’s smallest Arcade!

Reading Time: < 1 minutes The tiny emulator has been created by Adafruit, a New York-based open-source hardware company, and can be seen playing Pacman in a video produced by the firm. The developers built the arcade machine with relatively few parts and it was completed over a morning of ‚hacking‘. „The idea came about while discussing a gaming „bonnet“…… Play Pacman and Donkey Kong on world’s smallest Arcade! weiterlesen

Hacking an 8mm with a Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: < 1 minutes [mbYTPlayer url=“https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQK3RmwoY7U“ opacity=“.5″ quality=“medium“ ratio=“auto“ isinline=“false“ showcontrols=“false“ realfullscreen=“true“ printurl=“true“ autoplay=“true“ mute=“true“ loop=“true“ addraster=“true“ stopmovieonblur=“false“ gaTrack=“false“] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQK3RmwoY7U See[W]right films hacks an old 8mm camera using a Raspberry Pi computer. Is it analog? Digital? Something else? Follow me on Instagram @leftnwright https://www.instagram.com/leftnwright/ Inspired/Influenced by: Laura Kampf https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRix… LadyAda https://www.youtube.com/user/adafruit Casey Neistat Waelder https://www.youtube.com/user/DavidWae…