Introducing the Raspberry Pi Model B+

Power Supply LADY ADA One of the most exciting updates/upgrades of the new Model B+ is a fancy new power supply. The power supply of a computer is terribly boring sounding, but its really important. A good power supply makes everything hum along cleanly. A bad power supply causes hiccups, crashes, 'bricked' boards, SD card failures, USB failures...you name it! Model A and B Power Supply The power supply is ...

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Mapillary en Raspberry Pi

Desde hace poco tiempo me he hecho fan de la comunidad Mapillary y su proyecto, he visto personas usar su smartphone, GoPro y algunos otros tipo de camaras para mapear su ciudad, es por eso que he realizado este proyecto para mapear mi ciudad con una Raspberry Pi basado en el proyecto de Picamera de Adafruit, ¿suena genial no? Este proyecto lo realice durante la BuildNight de Brown Dog Gadgets en The Invent ...

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Dedicated Automobile Traffic Monitor with Raspberry Pi

Step 1: The screen The screen I have found a nice screen on ebay for ~18€, a 3.2″ TFT LCD Touch Screen, cheap and small is ideal. - Installing raspbian-DVK512-12040725.img To use the touch screen, we run under a Raspbian distribution, you can download the image file here already configured to work with the XPT2046 LCD Control (most common 3.2 TFT found on ebay) . Extract the image file on a 2Gb mini SD Card ...

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A Mobile Robot with Vision Based Obstacle Avoidance

Abstract: The purpose of this report is to discuss and demonstrate the concept of designing and implementing a mobile robot capable of visually detecting and avoiding obstacles using a USB webcam. The system was ported to the Raspberry Pi hardware, a Linux based US$35 computer.This blog will highlight the important concepts that was needed to realise the successful implementation of a mobile robot capable o ...

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Adafruit FONA using raspberry pi,

Ring, Ring! Who's that callin'? It's your breadboard! Introducing Adafruit FONA MiniGSM, an adorable all-in-one cellular phone module that lets you add voice, text, SMS and data to your project in an adorable little package. This module measure only 1.75"x1.25" but packs a surprising amount of technology into it's little frame. At the heart is a GSM cellular module (we use the latest SIM800) the size of a p ...

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Control your Pi’s Desktop from any Mobile Device

One of the great things about a Raspberry Pi is that it can fit in your shirt pocket, but out of the box if you want to use it you need to hook it to a keyboard, mouse, bulky monitor, etc... nearly defeating the Pi's greatest attribute. But... you can leverage the portability of your mobile devices to have complete control of your Pi, and not just command line control, desktop control. TightVNC is a free re ...

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Pure Pi: Control custom stompbox effects on a Raspberry Pi with a smartphone

This is my first instructable, although I have been working with Pure Data, Raspberry Pi, and other digital audio for quite some time. If you'd like to see more instructables like this, vote for me! Ever wonder how digital effects are created? Want to customize your favorite effects wirelessly from a smartphone? Then Pure Pi may be your best option. The Pure Pi uses a Raspberry Pi Model B running the Raspbi ...

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DIY iPhone controller for Raspberry-Pi (OSC)

To start off this project I would like to explain how all this will work. We will be using a form of communication called OSC (Open Sound Control) and an app called "TouchOSC" which is available on the Google Play and Apple app store, along with pyOSC. What we will do is the following: - Create a suitable layout for the Touch OSC app to control the Raspberry Pi (will explain further as we go) - Upload the l ...

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IPhone remote controlled lamp

This project uses the iPhone and a raspberry pi to remote control the lamp. Both the iPhone and the raspberry pi are connected to the wifi router. The lamp on/off commands are sent from iPhone and received by the raspberry pi embedded system. Then the raspberry pi triggers the IO to control the lamp through a relay. The lamp can be replaced by other home appliances. The software is written in Python and it ...

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Fairytale Phone using raspberry pi

The Fairytale Phone is one of my first Raspberry Pi Projects I have made. I had already published this on my Blog makerblog.ch, but now this will be a more in depth instruction to build the Phone. The finished phone will be able to play 10 different MP3 Files (In my case fairytales) with every number chosen from the dial. You will need the following items to create the phone: An old Rotary Dialer Phone Rasp ...

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