Connected Studio Warning Light

In this Instructable, we're going to build a very modern take on an iconic piece of studio equipment: a smart on-air warning light that responds to the Robin room reservation system. This project started life as a practical solution to our occasional need for quiet in a busy office of creatives while recording Uncorked Studio's podcast, With Intent. To read the whole back-story, and find out more about Unco ...

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Antique Radio into an Airplay Speaker

My father-in-law is a musician and a lover of mid-century modern design. I have an obsession with tinkering. Somewhere in that mix lies the perfect gift and the perfect challenge. After taking a couple of trips to antique stores and reading a few Intructables, I came to the conclusion that I should turn an old mid-century radio into an Airplay speaker with the help of a Raspberry Pi. What better gift could ...

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Raspberry pi wifi router prank

Introduction Do your neighbors leech off your wifi? Got a raspberry pi? We're going to build a wifi router that redirects users to a website of our choice regardless of what URL they request. In our case, we're going to redirrect users to People of Walmart . This instructable is loosely based on Adafruit's Raspberry Pi wifi router howto and this tutorial on using iptables to prank wifi users. Step 1: Materi ...

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How To Hack An Apple Time Capsule With A Raspberry Pi

Introducing the "Pi Capsule."  It's currently the only Apple Time Capsule you can plug into your TV...,does this make it an Apple TV?  ;-) Ok, ok, let's say you have an old Apple Time Capsule laying around that doesn't work anymore... (there's quite a few of these out there now as the first generation Apple Time Capsules have been dying now for some time due to failed hard drives or power supplies.) Maybe y ...

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Transfer MP3 songs in Raspberry Pi to Android Phone using Bluetooth

Introduction Chances are you have lots of mp3 files stuck in a PC like I do. I wanted to listen to the songs when I am out. So that's my motivation for making this instructable. Scope This instructable will show: How to install Bluetooth in the Raspberry Pi How to make Android Phone become a Bluetooth File Transfer Profile (FTP) server How to make Raspberry Pi become a Bluetooth File Transfer Profile (FTP) ...

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Raspberry Pi Bluetooth LE Controller for WS2812B (NeoPixels)

Bluetooth Low Energy (aka BLE/Bluetooth 4.0/Bluetooth Smart) is the most recent incarnation of Bluetooth technology developed by the Bluetooth SIG (the organization that maintains the specification). This communication protocol is designed for applications where data needs to be transferred in small amounts at relatively low speed while consuming low amounts of power (e.g., heart rate monitor, step counter, ...

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Runnerpi: a wifi-streaming POV camera

For my IRL game The Chase, I need multiple, body-mountable, wifi-connected, live-streaming cameras. Requirements: real time streaming on demand - meaning I can switch it on remotely decent picture (hd not required...yet) mount to body or objects via gopro accessories available via local wifi network battery-operated LATEST RASPI: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B live streaming will not work on a model older than this ...

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Marz – Prototype I Final Report: Campus App

Introduction: We wanted to design a tool that helps campus-going individuals out with finding places within their university and organizing their college tasks. The Campus App is a smartphone application that uses fine GPS data to provide a map of campus for the user. It shows the user where they currently are located, as well as buildings and interesting locations on campus that they might be looking for. ...

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Talking to a Bluetooth Serial Module with a Raspberry Pi

Bluetooth is a very low cost and flexible way to add wireless communication to your projects. However, it can also be a bit tricky to set up. In this post we show you how to set up a Raspberry Pi with a USB Bluetooth dongle so that it can communicate with an Arduino using a Bluetooth serial module. Once the set up is complete, we’ll have a new serial port on the Raspberry Pi that can be used to communicate ...

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Emulate a Bluetooth keyboard with the Raspberry Pi

Today, we’ll be learning how to use a Raspberry Pi to act as a Bluetooth keyboard, and writing our own program to relay input to the client device. This will provide a useful insight into how a protocol like Bluetooth works, how sockets work, and how data is sent across simple protocols. We’ll also be learning a little bit about binary data and the different forms that it can take. We’ll be using the latest ...

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