Set up Telegram Bot on Raspberry Pi

On 24 June, 2015, Telegram published the Bot API, enabling machines to talk Telegram. From that day on, not only can human use Telegram, so can machines. For those who don't know what Telegram is, it is a messaging app, very much like WhatsApp. This tutorial is going to teach how to send a Telegram message to your Raspberry Pi, and how to make your Pi telegram back. Make sure the Pi has internet access, and ...

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Nokia 5110 graphics tutorial

Okay, here's the deal. There are some tutorials on youtube showing how to get graphics to show on the nokia 5110 and that's great. If you just want a simple way to do that, go and watch them instead but there are a few problems I see, 1. There are none for mac. I am using a mac and everyone in the videos are using a windows. 2. Sometimes I just wanna go to the computer and search up how to make some graphic ...

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IOT: iPhone Controlled Mini Fan

Step 1: Materials iPhone Mac with xcode RFduino RFduino Battery Shield RFduino USB Shield Batteries Wires TIP120 2.2kOhm resistor Diode DC Motor Fan blade for DC Motor Step 2: Circuitry Setup the circuitry as shown in the diagram. (If the servo is small enough, we could draw power from the RFduino instead.) Step 3: RFduino DC Motor Code https://github.com/nineten/RFduinoBLEDCMotor The code itself is pretty ...

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Solar Phone Charging Back Pack

Step 1: Materials and Tools Materials (1) backpack. There are 2 requirements when choosing a good backpack for this project: room to install your solar panels and a pocket to store your cell phone. The Drifter square backpack is perfect for this project. (1) portable solar panel with usb output. Plenty of felt. It should be enough to provide backing for your solar panel and (1) role of Velcro Plenty of thre ...

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On/Off Project – Switch a light on/off using your smart phone

f you found this article after doing a search on Google, welcome! On this website you will find plenty of content around DIY home automation using open-source hardware. Enjoy the article! I have been asked a lot about writing tutorials using the Raspberry Pi for home automation, as well as how to access your home automation systems from anywhere. And this is exactly what I will show you in this tutorial: yo ...

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Arduino-Based Blue Box (Phone Phreaking)

Step 1: Arduino IDE and Library Setup The advent of the Arduino put power into the hands of the same type of folks who originally designed the first blue boxes. We can write our own micro-controller code, use easily obtainable Radio Shack parts to design unique hardware and much, much more. There are many ways we can design our blue boxes and this article will only cover a simple few of them. Tone Library F ...

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Raspberry Pi Mobile Media Center with Smartphone Control

Our main ideas of a perfect mobile media center are: - watch videos or listen to your music anywhere (only power supply and a monitor/projector for videos required) - easy control with your smartphone - simple setup for non-programmers - great sound and video quality With a Raspberry Pi 2 and a powerful sound card like the HiFiBerry Amp+; together with an SD-Card with Max2Play and a simple WiFi Stick, you a ...

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PiPhone – A Raspberry Pi based Cellphone

Overview Ever wanted to build you own cellphone? Well now you can with this guide that uses a Raspberry Pi, PiTFT, and a FONA to make a functional cellphone that you can call your friends with! Things You’ll Need: Raspberry Pi computer, the Model B or Model B+ is probably easier to set up and get going, but of you are comfortable with the Model A, then that will work fine. You don't need any USB ports, and ...

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Building a Battery Board for the Raspberry Pi – Battery Board V0

Two big features of the Raspberry Pi development board are its versatility (due to open hardware/software) and its compact size.  I had read a couple of different project articles on the web on how to use a USB Wi-Fi adapter to convert the Pi into a wireless access point.  As an access point the Pi is creating a mini wireless network that has data passed through from the ethernet port.  Taking just the wire ...

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RKPTmdc Prototype PCB with Header for use with Raspberry PI

Version 2 available with a DS3231 RTC circuit Main Features A low cost and simple method of prototyping Raspberry PI projects Includes a 26 way dual row breakout header for interfacing to Raspberry PI Manufactured using a double sided professional double sided PCB Incorporates a large prototype area with plated through holes Includes a DIP breakout, for example for a multiplexing IC The prototyping area has ...

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