List of Projects using Raspberry Pi with advance view:

  1. Archimedes: The AI Robot Owl
    A wearable robotic owl familiar. Archimedes judges your emotions, via Google AIY. Story As featured in Make: Magazine! This is a robotic owl that looks around for cool people, and can tell whether you're happy or upset. If you're excited enough, he will eventually let you…... Listed under:
  2. Automated Indoor Gardener
    Never worry about dead plants again. This automated gardener never forgets to water your plants and provide artificial sunlight. Story Introduction With how busy our lives are, it's sometimes easy to forget to pay a little attention to your thirsty indoor plants until it's too…... Listed under:
  3. Pool Fill Control
    A system to monitor water level, temp, pH, ORP, filter pressure, electrical usage, and pump operation. Refills pool when necessary. Story The Idea Over the summer of 2015 my sons and I rebuilt our entire pool system. It started with a problem with the water…... Listed under:
  4. Holographic Audio Visualizer with Motion Control
    A 3D holographic audio visualizer with gesture control and real time animations of SoundCloud playlists. Story A 3D holographic audio visualizer with gesture control can definitely spice up your party and impress your friends. This display projects an image from a monitor down onto an…... Listed under:
  5. Ultimate Kegerator
    Use the power of a Windows 10 UWP app to control and monitor a kegerator to keep your beverages cold, fresh and always on tap. Story Disclaimer: First off, this project no way promotes the use or misuse of alcohol, it is completely up to the…... Listed under:
  6. IFTTT Buzzer with IFTTT Do Button and Raspberry Pi
    How do build a really easy door buzzer with the DO Button App, on your phone , IFTTT, Raspberry Pi and python and the MQTT Broker Device Story This is one of three problems I had at home and I solved with an DIY internet…... Listed under:
  7. Smart Wardrobe
    wardrobe which can suggest you which cloth to wear, notify you which cloth has been ignored. Story Overview People nowadays like to shopping and buy clothes. However most of the clothes will be storing inside wardrobe for long time even up to several years. Especially…... Listed under:
  8. Boost USB Current in Raspberry Pi 2 and B+
    Boost USB Current in Raspberry Pi 2 and B+ Story So you've got a Raspberry Pi, but the USB output current isn't driving what you need it too? One of the newer features on the Raspberry Pi B+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is…... Listed under:
  9. DIY 3-Axis CNC VMC
    This is 3-axis CNC plotter/engraver based on GRBL software and 2020 aluminum extrusions. Low-cost engraving and PCB manufacturing dual side. Story Our prototype model is IoT-based thus providing it a scalable architecture to use it from practically anywhere with an internetconnection. This is a 350mm…... Listed under:
  10. High Sensitivity Water Sensor on MCP3008
    Use the Phantom YoYo High Sensitivity Water Sensor on the MCP3008 8-Channel 10-Bit ADC with SPI interface. Introduction Background In an upcoming project I am using the MCP3008 to monitor several sensors. In this project I want to cover the details of using the Phantom YoYo High Sensitivity…... Listed under:
  11. Emotion Sensor / EEG
    This is an emotion sensor. It can detect stress, anger, happiness and fear. Story IMPORTANT!!! IN FEW DAYS I WILL UPLOAD COMPLETELY PROJECT ON MY ANOTHER PROFILE xdeyyan hackster.io/xdeyyan DATE OF UPLOAD : 20.04.2018 CET(European Time, Balkans) Emotion Sensor / EEG THANK YOU FOR ALL THE COMMENTS FROM DOWN BELOW! PROJECT EDITED : 08.04.2018 / 15:56 CET TIME It's designed to detect a person's emotions and for use as an EEG. This project isn't finished. I will upload the finished…... Listed under:
  12. Particulater: Air Quality Monitoring for Everyone
    Easily measure air quality, avoid polluted areas, and improve your health and that of your community. Story Introduction Air pollution is a topic that you hear about frequently, however there are a very limited number of consumer products for the measurement of pollutants. Air quality…... Listed under:
  13. Connect a 7 segment LED to a Raspberry Pi 2 with Windows 10
    7 segment led using raspberry pi and Windows 10 IoT (Csharp code) Story Finaly I received my Raspberry PI 2, just in time to make some tests with Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things). Microsoft released Windows 10 IoT that can be installed in Raspberry…... Listed under:
  14. Raspberry Pi Image Recognition with Alexa Voice
    SeeTalker tells you what it sees with the help of a Raspberry Pi computer, Microsoft image recognition and Alexa. Story Ask SeeTalker to tell you what it sees! The SeeTalker Alexa skill will snap a photo of what it sees and then call a Microsoft…... Listed under:
  15. Hologram Nova Starter Kit
    New to Nova? New to Raspberry Pi? New to Python? This tutorial goes along with our kit, walking you through each step. Story This tutorial is part of a kit Hologram offers: https://hologram.io/store/nova-starter-kit-for-raspberry-pi-3 Setup a Raspberry Pi - Headless Note: You can skip to the…... Listed under:
  16. Photo Booth Powered by a Raspberry PI
    A photo booth powered by a Raspberry PI, great for letting people take pictures of themselves at parties, weddings, etc. Story and build Inspired by an article in MagPi magazine I decided to build my own DIY Raspberry Pi Photo Booth. Instead of building a…... Listed under:
  17. A Raspberry Pi Thermometer you can Access Anywhere
    The temperature of your room, visible on a gauge on the internet. For a few bucks. Uses Python, Dataplicity and Freeboard. So you’ve bought a Raspberry Pi, but now what? In this tutorial I’ll show you how to build an internet connected Raspberry Pi that…... Listed under:
  18. Windows 10 IoT Core and SHT15
    Windows 10 IoT Core and SHT15 Sensor Story Update 08-15-2015: Project converted to Visual Studio 2015 RTM  Windows 10 IoT Core and SHT15 Sensor Here is another project using Window 10 IoT. In this project I am using SHT15 Temperature an Humidity sensor. This sensor…... Listed under:
  19. Pi Car
    Build a Semi-autonomous, 4WD Raspberry Pi Car with a camera stream! Story This is a guide on how to build my Pi Car!  When I first discovered the Raspberry Pi I was eager to learn electronics and coding in order to create cool gadgets. However, with…... Listed under:
  20. Raspberry Pi and Arduino Laptop
    Since the day I heard about and got to play with the Raspberry Pi a few years ago, I’ve wanted to make a Raspberry Pi-powered laptop. Story Introduction: Raspberry Pi and Arduino Laptop Since the day I heard about and got to play with the…... Listed under:
  21. Energy Monitoring through a Raspberry Pi
    In this application we will setup a CE current monitor with a Raspberry Pi and display current readings for circuits through a web interface Story Introduction In this Article we are going to monitor the energy consumption (current) of some circuits in a home or…... Listed under:
  22. Alexa NodeMCU Smart Home Automation With Your Own HUB
    In this project you can make your own personal Smart Home HUB through which you can add, modify and control all the appliances you want. HUB on Raspberry Pi First we will setup the HUB on our Raspberry Pi. Go through the steps on this…... Listed under:
  23. Raspberry Pi Zero AirPlay Speaker
    A combination of modern and classic touches in this Pi Zero AirPlay speaker. Story Looking for a new project to build around the Raspberry Pi Zero, I came across the pHAT DAC from Pimoroni. This little add-on board adds audio playback capabilities to the Pi…... Listed under:
  24. RPi 3 BLE Cat Door
    IoT cat door using a Raspberry Pi 3, Node-Red and BLE tracking tags! Story The goal of this project is to build an IoT style motorized pet door so we can control which animals can come into the house. For this we are using BLE…... Listed under:
  25. Personal Mirror
    Mirror with Face Recognition and Personal News Story The Personal Mirror Motivation The idea to create a mirror with additional Information is not new and there are a lot of projects with instructions in the web to create such a mirror. (e.g. here: http://michaelteeuw.nl/post/80391333672/magic-mirror-part-i-the-idea-the-mirror) My idea is to…... Listed under:
  26. Control GPIO and Pi Camera using Raspberry Pi + Telegram App
    How to Control Raspberry Pi Camera and GPIO pins with Telegram APP via the Internet Story The Telegram app is taking the techie community by storm. Maybe not all your friends use it, but it has enough cool features to make it fascinating for people…... Listed under:
  27. Temperature controlled fan
    Control a fan using a relay at a specific temperature threshold. Story I noticed that the media furniture where I have most of my media related devices (bluray-player,gaming consoles, etc.) was getting very warm whenever I was using one of these.I felt the urge to…... Listed under:
  28. Solar-Powered Squirrel Kam (Pi Zero W) UPDATED
    Combines basic woodworking (house/feeder) with a Pi Zero W/cam powered by batteries/solar & turned on/off w/ an ATtiny85 and BH1750. Story Background I live half a mile above sea level and am SURROUNDED by animals... bears, fox, turkeys, deer, squirrels, birds. Spring has arrived and…... Listed under:
  29. SIGHT: For the Blind
    A pair of smart glasses for the blind. Powered by Android Things and TensorFlow. Story Ever thought how is the life of a blind person, their life is full of risk. They can't even walk alone through a busy street or through a park. They…... Listed under: ,
  30. Smart Intercom
    Real-Time system that allow to pass only authorized/invited people, using Face-Recognition or NFC cards. Story work demonstration Testing push-button The principle of operation: Person approaches to the intercom Looks at the camera The system compare his face with authorized people If it finds it, then…... Listed under:
  31. Windows 10 IoT Core : Speech Controlled Robot
    Story In earlier days of computer, interaction with computer was held via punch-cards, trackball, light-gun, keyboards and even via touch screen. All of these devices requires some kind of physical contact to operate them. With decade-by-decade, new technology improves over the old one. Wireless input devices become popular…... Listed under:
  32. Blinds (Or Any AC Power Motor) Control
    How to control several roller shutters with inexpensive relay boards (not ruining them) with physical buttons and remotely simultaneously. Story Intro Just bought a new house and wanted to automate everything, starting with the blinds. What seemed to be an easy project turned out to…... Listed under:
  33. Cheap Alexa Printer From An Old Receipt Printer
    Upcycle an old receipt printer into a voice assistant/Internet of Things printer! I am a fan of recycling old tech and making it useful again. A while ago, I had acquired an old, cheap thermal receipt printer, and I wanted a useful way to re-purpose it.…... Listed under:
  34. MQTT Alarm Control Panel for Home Assistant
    A control panel powered by Raspberry Pi 3 using a touchscreen and Android Things to communicate with Home Assistant over MQTT. Story Overview This project is an MQTT Alarm Control Panel for pairing with Home Assistant's Manual Alarm Control Panel component or with any home automation platform…... Listed under:
  35. Distributed Air Quality Monitoring (Using Taxis!)
    Monitor air quality on a street-by-street level using Android Things, Google Cloud IoT, and taxis! Story When my family moved to Lima, Peru a few months ago, I was excited at the prospect of being able to do my daily run along the seaside. Unfortunately,…... Listed under:
  36. Smart Garden
    Smart Garden is a plant environmental monitoring system. Story Inspiration I want to start gardening, but I knew I wouldn’t keep up the regular schedule of watering the plants and making sure that they remain healthy. So, I recruited a micro-controller and suite of sensors…... Listed under:
  37. Network Monitoring using Raspberry Pi 3 and Node Red
    Using the R-Pi 3 and Node Red I created a simple network monitoring appliance. Story I used a plain Raspberry Pi 3 connected to my home network to monitor some network devices and servers I am running in my lab. Monitoring Statistics I used Node-Red…... Listed under:
  38. Home Smart Home
    Smart home system using MediaTek Linkit, Xbee, Arduino, Orange PI and Azure Story Introduction Let's see what we need to set up a smart home system using MediaTek Linkit. Since there are lot of experts here to guide you on the hardware hookup to read…... Listed under:
  39. Windows IOT – Automate your power outlets
    Control your home power outlet from anywhere in the world using raspberry pi, zigbee and arduino (Azure enabled) Story Introduction In this project we will see how to control the power outlets of your home natively and in cloud using raspberry pi running on windows…... Listed under:
  40. Web-Controlled LED Animations with Raspberry Pi and Arduino
    Set up your Arduino and Raspberry Pi to control lighting and animation on an RGB LED strip from your smartphone or PC. Story Project Overview Arduino Light Animation (ALA) is an Arduino library for controlling LEDs and running colorful animations with the minimum amount of…... Listed under:
  41. Weather Monitor
    Collects data and uploads it to Dropbox! Controllable through the Sense HAT joystick. Story Note: Feel free to use my code, but remember to credit me. ([email protected]) I have read a lot about weather stations, so I decided to make my own. The code and…... Listed under:
  42. Raspberry Pi / Hologram SMS Controlled AC Power Switch
    Using the Nova Hologram, IoT Relay and a Raspberry Pi, easily make a remote smart switch so you can turn devices on/off remotely. Story SMS Controlled Remote Power Switch Occasionally, our ISP modem locks up and requires a power cycle to get going again. I…... Listed under:
  43. Safe Deposit Box with two-factor authentication
    A safe-deposit box that requires 2FA to open. Built with resin.io and Authy. Description The Internet of Things is mostly about bringing Things to The Internet, but it's also about bringing The Internet to Things. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) has been offered by mission critical services…... Listed under:
  44. Automated Garden
    Gardening is a very long term project taking a little time every day. Why not automate it? This is the second project using my automated garden, but this time everything will be controlled by Cayenne so it will be a lot easier. Also I added…... Listed under:
  45. Curved Lane Detection
    Story Introduction In any driving scenario, lane lines are an essential component of indicating traffic flow and where a vehicle should drive. It's also a good starting point when developing a self-driving car! Building on my previous lane detection project, I've implemented a curved lane detection…... Listed under:
  46. RFID Register
    Clock in and out of locations with Mifare RFID cards for an accurate register of movements on and off site locations. Story I wanted to build a connected device that had the ability to identify and record the movements of people on and off locations.…... Listed under:
  47. MiniZ: Tiny Streaming Radio Based on Classic Zenith “Cube”
    Like the look and feel of vintage radio, but want Pandora, internet radio and your own music? This project is for you!  Story Inspiration I used to love playing around with my Dad's big 1940's Zenith radio, tuning in to stations across America and…... Listed under:
  48. Build Your Own Amazon Echo Using a RPI and ReSpeaker HAT
    How to build your own Amazon Echo using a Raspberry Pi and ReSpeaker 2-Mics HAT. Story Introduction ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT is a dual-microphone expansion board for Raspberry Pi designed for AI and voice applications. This means that you can build a more powerful and…... Listed under:
  49. Digital Light Sensor
    A Windows 10 IoT core application that switches on an LED based on digital light sensor reading. Story It took me some time to figure out reading the status of the Digital Light Sensor is straightforward and it simply depends on reading the GPIO value!…... Listed under:
  50. Raspberry Pi Smart Car
    Use a Raspberry Pi to make your "dumb" car smarter! Story INSPIRATION I love the idea of smart cars, but it's hard for me to justify purchasing a whole new car just to get a couple of bells and whistles. For the time being, I'm…... Listed under:
  51. Intelligent Door Lock
    An Alexa enabled door lock with face recognition and remote control. Story Overview Security and accessibility is the main concern in today's world. We always try to keep our house secure and at the same time we want to make our home devices easy accessible…... Listed under:
  52. DIY Virtual Alike NEST Thermostat with Node-RED
    Create your own DIY virtual alike NEST thermostat to set and control the temperature of your home wherever you are from your desired device. Story Hi all! What´s up Makers?! This is my first project I would like to share with Hackster community! 🙂 I…... Listed under: ,
  53. Alexa Voice Controlled Tello Drone
    Fly a Tello drone using only your voice with Node-RED and Raspberry Pi. Story In this tutorial, I will show you how to control a DJI Tello drone using only your voice. The drone works with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to respond to voice-prompted commands. First Step…... Listed under:
  54. Portable media server and access point
    Stream videos (and other media) to mobile devices/tables while on the go. Great for streaming video to iPads in a car on a long road trip! Story Background The reason for creating this project in the first place was because I hate Apple. Both my…... Listed under:
  55. Creating A Raspberry Pi Universal Remote With LIRC
    This project allows anyone to turn a Raspberry Pi into a universal remote using LIRC (LINUX Infrared Remote Control). Story Recently I have been working on a project that would allow anyone to turn a Raspberry Pi into a universal remote. To do this I…... Listed under:
  56. Raspberry Pi 2, 480*320 TFT LCD Displays Windows 10, SPI
    PI 2, TFT LCD 480*320, SPI & Touch Screen on Windows 10 IoT, working demo, more can be found at https://www.youtube.com/c/thebreadboardca Story OK, so i think I am outdoing myself with this one ILI9488 480 * 320 LCD 65K colour display TSC2046 touch screen cotroller…... Listed under:
  57. LoRa – Raspberry Pi – Single Channel Gateway – Cheap!
    LoRa Single Channel Gateway on a Raspberry Pi. Low part count, only requires a HopeRF LoRa module (~$10) and a Raspberry Pi. Story Description Do you want to get started with LoRaWAN, but don't have a gateway near you? These instructions help you turn a…... Listed under:
  58. Autonomous Driving AI for Donkey Car Garbage Collector
    Use a TensorFlow SSD MobileNetV2 DNN on the Raspberry Pi plus Pi Camera to build an autonomous car capable of object detection. Story This project will show how to transform a (Raspberry Pi + Pi Camera ) powered RC car into one capable of object…... Listed under: ,
  59. Arduino I2C communication with Raspi 2 WIOT
    Using Arduino to do a communication between sensors and Windows for IOT.Personally, I believe that the use of Arduino is more practical when wanting to implement an interaction with sensors, since it is already available at a time, and has a much larger number of…... Listed under:
  60. Security Camera
    Security camera project using Windows 10 IoT Core.This project is part of Microsoft’s Hack the Home initiative, which provides makers with free, open-source components for effortless interfacing with devices and services that makers use most to hack their homes. Home security systems are a growing field of…... Listed under:
  61. Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
    The hardware and software that we need to run Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. Story Introduction Raspberry Pi 3 Model B + is the latest new hardware released by Raspberry Pi.org, which is equipped with 1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core processor, dual-band wireless…... Listed under:
  62. Make Your Own Google Voice HAT
    Make your own AIY Projects Kit Google Voice HAT.Google made their AIY projects kit available to the Pi users for free through the MagPi Magazine Issue 57. However, since then, there has been no word yet on the retail availability of the kit. So to…... Listed under:
  63. Helium Air Quality Sensor
    A Helium-based air quality sensor and solar setup.As environmental concerns and awareness increase, I decided to build and deploy an array of wireless, self-contained, weather-resistant, solar-powered air quality sensors, also known as WSPAQS. The sensor array measures CO2 levels and VOCs. (What's a VOC, you…... Listed under:
  64. Sensor Telemetry 2.0.1
    Sensor Telemetry 2.0.1 Drive temperature data to Microsoft Azure IoT Hub and monitor the data remotely from a Windows Universal application. Digitally Remastered! Story UPDATED: The Sensor Telemetry project has been digitally remastered. Updated as of May 17th, 2017 and renamed to Sensor Telemetry 2.0.1…... Listed under:
  65. Getting started with the RAK 831 Lora Gateway and RPi3
    This project takes you through all the steps required to get you RAK 831 Lora Gateway module up and running with wifi as the backhaul. Story Introduction This step-by-step guide is aimed at developers who want to develop their very own lora gateway using the…... Listed under:
  66. Telegram Bot With Raspberry Pi
    Host a Telegram Bot on your Raspberry Pi and chat with your brand new IoT device! Story Learn how to use the Telegram Bot, host a Telegram Bot on your Raspberry Pi, and use the messaging app to interact with your device. Step 1: Open…... Listed under:
  67. Windows 10 IoT Core for Adafruit SPI Touchscreen
    Run Windows 10 applications on an Adafruit SPi touchscreen for Raspberry Pi. Follow instructions to install the display driver and touch. Story How it Works This project explains how to use the Adafruit PiTFT capacitive touch screen for Raspberry Pi. To support this screen, a…... Listed under:
  68. Home Automation system using Raspberry Pi
    A Home Automation system using a Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core including an App. Story Update 2: The project is still growing and a lot of new features are already implemented (like a Twitter-Client and the integration of Telegram-Bots). Please check the GitHub…... Listed under:
  69. Raspberry Pi Automated Plant Watering with Website
    Set up your Pi to automatically take care of a house plant by reading a moisture sensor and watering when needed. Story This post starts with two facts: I have a penchant for killing plants. People in Holland grow things really well indoors. After reading about…... Listed under:
  70. Possessed Portrait – Updated
    DIY jump scare portrait from scratch using Raspberry Pi 3 B, Python and AtmosFX Videos unliving portraits.It's October again and I wanted to come up with a Halloween project using a Raspberry Pi. I saw a few haunted portraits scattered here and there but none…... Listed under:
  71. Real-Time Face Recognition: An End-to-End Project
    We will learn step by step, how to use a PiCam to recognize face in real-time.On my last tutorial exploring OpenCV, we learned AUTOMATIC VISION OBJECT TRACKING. Now we will use our PiCam to recognize faces in real-time, as you can see below: [video width="480" height="380"…... Listed under:
  72. Smart Security Camera
    IoT Raspberry Pi security camera running OpenCV for object detection. The camera will send an email with an image of any objects it detects. Story Check out this video to see a summary of the build steps and the completed camera:   Building the Housing…... Listed under:
  73. Rover
    Rover Simple to get started yet infinitely expandable.There is something about robots that have captured my imagination as long as I can remember. They are my comfort zone whenever I embark on new Maker adventures; as soon as I get past the “blinking LED” project,…... Listed under:
  74. Amazon Alexa Controlling a Chromecast
    [OUTDATED] Having Amazon Alexa, via an Amazon Echo, control a Google Chromecast via a Raspberry Pi running a Python script. Story Doing the Impossible: Google Chromecast and Amazon Alexa Ever since the release of the Amazon Echo, people have been asking for One thing. --…... Listed under:
  75. Smart Bartender
    Why spend lots of money going out for drinks when you can have your own smart personal bartender at your service right in your home?! Story Tired of paying $12 for a small drink at the bars? Well be tired no more. You can have…... Listed under:
  76. Windows IoT: Facial Recognition Door
    Build an automated door that unlocks itself using facial recognition.Home security systems are a growing field of projects for Makers. A self-built system is not only less expensive than a bulky professional installation, but it also allows for total control and customization to suit your…... Listed under:
  77. Walabot Mobile Trigger
    Use mobile phone to config Walabot and define actions by sending trigger to IFTTT or turn on relays.Walabot can apply to many applications.  But to adjust Walabot parameters ( Arena, angle and threshold value to detect ) is quite a tricky part.Walabot Trigger can help…... Listed under:
  78. Walabot Touchpad
    Walabot Touchpad A low profile solution that can turn any surface into a touchpad for your laptop.Imagine using a book, a table, or a wall as a touchpad. Combined with projector technology, you can replicate touch screens on any surface. This project aims to bring…... Listed under:
  79. Nox – A House Wandering Robot (ROS)
    Nox is a nice (and time-consuming) robot which uses SLAM (ROS) with a Kinect to navigate in its environment.Nox is a differential-drive robot built using ROS, Raspberry Pi and Arduino. I started the project as a robot base with basic navigation I could then use…... Listed under:
  80. HomeBeta: Safety Device for Lonely People!
    A HomeBeta safety device based on IoT to know and address people coming home without the need for a person to be present. Story Story of HomeBeta What is the main use of HomeBeta? 1. Get to know and address people coming to home through a digital…... Listed under:
  81. Roomberry Surveillance Robot: Roomba + Pi Zero + Camera
    Roomberry is a surveillance robot based on Roomba using a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a camera module.Years ago I started doing some tests to control a Roomba remotely using an Arduino One with a RN-VX WiFly module.  Last month I decided to revitalize the idea but…... Listed under:
  82. Toilet Tracker (Powered by Walabot)
    Toilet tracker can tell you either the toilet is clean or not. It also shows either it is engaged or not. Story Introduction Have you ever found a dirty toilet especially in public place? It is very common in my place. Some people forget to…... Listed under:
  83. Industrial IoT Gateway (Part II – Android Things-Based)
    An industrial IoT Gateway using Android Things. Part II: Modbus TCP/RTU implementation.   Story About. This is the continuation work on the Industrial IoT Gateway project using Android Things. Here you can find the Modbus implementation and further details. If you are not familiar with…... Listed under:
  84. UWP Controlled Wireless Netduino Car
    Build a wireless Netduino car with UWP control.Netduino is an impressive hardware platform that runs applications built with.NET MicroFramework, which is quite easy for C# and.NET enthusiasts to build IoT things. In this project, a UWP controlled wireless Netduino car is designed based on Netduino…... Listed under:
  85. Exhibit: The Primal Display
    Exhibit: The Primal Display This very simple protip connects an LCD to a Raspberry Pi to display any data you need, like readings from a temperature sensor. Story Introduction LCD is a very useful add-on to any project. This very simple protip connects LCD to Raspberry…... Listed under:
  86. Building a Sensor Network for an 18th Century Gristmill
    Monitoring 100 year old factory processes are hard, but it gets easier, safer and more reliable with a Network of nRF24L01 RF transmitters. Story The modern factory process relies heavily on digital technology to monitor different parts of the facility. With digital technology, factories have…... Listed under:
  87. Android Things Dungeon Adventure Game
    A one-dimensional dungeon adventure Game built using an LED strip, an accelerometer/gyro sensor and a Raspberry Pi 3 running Android Things. Story Why we built it Liverpool MakeFest is a family-friendly event celebrating low level technologies, hardware, hacking and making. We participated with a stand…... Listed under:
  88. Walabot Powered Smart Camping Safety Device
    The idea of this project is building a camping safety device based on Walabot and Raspberry Pi. Story Getting Started with Walabot Introduction See through walls, track objects, monitor breathing patterns, and more using the power of radio frequency with the Walabot! [gallery size="large" ids="17273,17274,17275"]…... Listed under:
  89. GoPiGo v2 with Windows IoT
    Improving on the Window 10 IoT project for Raspberry Pi 3.This project is an extension of the CSharp project provided by Dester Industries on GitHub https://github.com/DexterInd/GoPiGo .There were a few gliches for my GoPiGo2 and some features that I wanted to have working. Things used in…... Listed under:
  90. Walabasquiat: An Interactive Generative Art Installation!
    Walabasquiat is an interactive generative art installation using the Walabot 3D imaging sensor, Raspberry Pi, and Android. Story Idea 🤔 💡 In the mid-1990s, William Latham amazed the world with his Organic Art PC application and screensavers - introducing the public to bizarre, other-worldly forms rendered using…... Listed under:
  91. Easy Start into the World of IoT with MQTT
    MQTT is a messaging protocol for the IoT. In this example, we show how quickly you can get up and running without a single line of code! Story The Internet of Things is getting everywhere - so more important it is to understand the principals…... Listed under:
  92. Smart Lock
    A smart Lock solution with mobile clients and RasPi server. Story   Concept that describes workflow An ordinary electromagnetic door lock is used as a standard solution in many office buildings. It is normally closed, and in order to open it, you should use either…... Listed under:
  93. Beret
    Beret is an educational project to program the Rainbow HAT on Android Things using a visual language built on Blockly. Story Beret is an educational project to program the Rainbow HAT on Android Things with a visual language built on Blockly (which is a library…... Listed under:
  94. UW-Makeathon: Gastric Cancer Screening Device
    Low cost imaging and fluid sampling device for gastric adenocarcinoma screening. For East Asia with high prevalence and poor resources. Story Team and Intro We are a team of 2 medical students and one undergraduate. We are rookie makers and hackers. Thank you for reading about our…... Listed under:
  95. Pocket Pi
    Attempt to make a Pocket Pi made with parts I had laying around. Story Reasoning. I’ve seen some really good Portable-Pi builds such as Ben Heck’s Portable Pi and stuff like this and thought I’d try one out myself using parts I have laying about as a quick mid-week…... Listed under:
  96. Raspberry Pi Amateur Radio Digital Clock
    Build a 12/24 hr UTC digital clock using low-cost TM1637 4-digit displays and a Raspberry Pi Zero W. Story Overview Amateur Radio Operators (aka HAM Radio) use 24 hour UTC (Universal Coordinated Time) for much of their operation. I decided to build a digital clock…... Listed under:
  97. Raspberry PI Based IoT Project Connecting DHT11 Sensor
    The goal of this tutorial is to enable you to capture and send data to cloud from your Raspberry PI Based IoT Project Connecting DHT11 Sensor. Story   Tutorial on Connecting NodeMCU to Thingsio.ai Cloud The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is the earliest model of…... Listed under:
  98. Raspberry Pi Home Security System with Camera and PIR Sensor
    Detecting motion with PIR sensor and sending the Raspberry Pi Camera image as email. Things used in this project Hardware components [gallery ids="17076,17077,17078"] Software apps and online services gmail account ssh connection Story I have make recently a new project and I thought it would…... Listed under:
  99. Cellular IoT: Smart Garbage Can
    Our Smart Garbage Can is equipped with sensors that can monitor the level of Garbage in your can and alert if it needs removal. Story What Did You Create? Our smart garbage sensor was created with a Raspberry Pi Zero, some sensors, and lots of…... Listed under:
  100. The Dragonfly Wings
    The dragonfly was a collaboration between many many people. These wings are all that remain after it was burnt at Burning Man... Story [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="17029,17030"] The dragonfly was a Burning Man project created in my backyard by Richerd Chan, Elya Le, and a…... Listed under:
  101. Rapid Headless WiFi Connection to a Raspberry Pi
    BerryLan is an app for Raspberry Pi entry level fans. It's a tool that helps you with the Raspberry WiFi setup. Story Intro: Rapid Headless WiFi Connection to a Raspberry Pi With BerryLan BerryLan is a software tool for Raspberry Pi entry level fans. It's…... Listed under:
  102. Scary IoT Pumpkin with Motion-Triggered Servo
    Pumpkin with smart LED strip, PIR motion detector and servo motor to scare even more people. It's wireless and easy to control with Node-RED. [video width="900" height="674" mp4="https://projects-raspberry.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/output_Tt6kKFnYZX.mp4" autoplay="true"][/video] Story So what do I expect from it? It must be interactive and react to motion,…... Listed under: ,
  103. Petoi Nybble
    Hi there, This is Rongzhong from Pittsburgh. Eight months after my first post on OpenCat, I have quite a lot to update. Most importantly, I’m going to launch my first kitten on Indiegogo on Monday, Oct 22nd! The kitten’s name is Nybble. Links will be posted…... Listed under:
  104. CrowdFarming
    A fully automated box with the sensors, switches, camera, and Messenger bot for growing lettuce. We've created a grow box for growing lettuce with a bunch of sensors and switches, and a camera, of course, because everything becomes better if you can livestreaming it. That's…... Listed under:
  105. UW-Makeathon Bio-View: A modular bioreactor for cell culture
    Multichamber real-time imaging device for cell cultures under different conditions. For: Isthmus Engineering Award, Best Project Award. Story Bio-View: Project Goals and Insight Real-time imaging of live cells under physiological conditions (5%CO2 atmosphere under 37 degrees celsius) provides valuable insight towards better understanding of stem…... Listed under:
  106. UW-Makeathon: Space Auto Sorter for Sustaintability
    Using visual recognition and machine learning for the sorting of potential 3D-printable materials in space. NASA OTW, Best Pr., Rookie, Isth Story As we move forward with space exploration, it is important to reduce our carbon footprint. 3D printing in space is a more efficient…... Listed under:
  107. Control Your Smart Home with Mails
    A smart home offers a lot of possibilities. If you want to access via the Internet, there are still some risks.   Story A smarthome offers a lot of possibilities. Today, almost everything can be interconnected in this context, providing more convenience, quality of living,…... Listed under:
  108. Desired State Configuration for Circuits
    Blinking an LED using a Domain Specific Language applied through a Module Twin to a Docker container running Johnny 5 on a Raspberry Pi.   Story Overview: Azure IoT Edge allows for intermittent connected devices to obtain desired properties through "Module Twins." These twins can…... Listed under:
  109. DIY Power Logger Using I2C & Python
    Make your own power logger for electronics that you use in the house using INA219 chip, SSD1306 OLED display, Raspberry Pi 3, and Python.   Story The drive for this project was the inspiration from (my opinion) a well known YouTuber, which presents electronics circuits,…... Listed under:
  110. UW-Makeathon: Fully Automated Watering System
    A simple application of cooling plate to copndence water from air   Story General Idea: Our project is Fully Automated Watering System (FAWS). The essential idea is to build an automatic IoT system which hydrates potted plants by condensation of water from air. A thermometric…... Listed under:
  111. DRV8825-Stepper-Motor-Driver-on-RPi-3-Win10-IoT
    Windows IoT Core on RPi 3 running two stepper motors using DRV8825 stepper motor drivers. There are two examples to use DRV8825.   Things used in this project Hardware components [gallery size="medium" ids="16338,16339,16340"] Story Connect two DRV8825 to RPi. No.1: GPIO26 to DIR, GPIO19 to…... Listed under:
  112. Portable Hacking Station RPI Zero W (Like Watch Dogs)
    Station to perform WiFi network audits, using Raspberry Pi Zero W and Raspberry Pi 3, with connection from the BT or mobile data cell phone.   Story A station to perform WiFi network audits, using Raspberry Pi Zero W and Raspberry Pi 3, with connection…... Listed under:
  113. R2D2pi
    R2D2 toy shell brought to life using a Raspberry Pi Zero W. Story My daughter got an R2D2 toy believing it was electronically controlled, just to find out that it was only an empty shell. She was very disappointed, so I said I could probably…... Listed under:
  114. KatLight – The Coolest IoT Wonderlamp
    An IoT lamp with gesture seonsor, temperature sensor, and multiple light effects. Story Into For a very special woman, I needed a very special and unique present. Something really cool. How about a NeoPixel lamp, that can be controlled with a smartphone.And why not adding…... Listed under:
  115. Alexa-Enabled Touchscreen “Tablet”
    I built an Raspberry Pi-powered Alexa device with a screen (to complement my Compost Professor project). Story Overview A few years ago, I made the Mystic Mirror - a magic mirror with Alexa built in. I also made a display last year for my Compost Professor project. Full disclosure…... Listed under:
  116. Kuman TFT 3.5 RetroPie 2018
    Story Like Manuel said Understanding that many people have problems configuring their Kuman TFT display on the Raspberry Pi together with RetroPie, I have decided to make this step-by-step of how to install the Kuman TFT 3.5" display which you can connect directly to the…... Listed under:
  117. Google Launches AI Platform That Looks Remarkably Like A Raspberry Pi
    Google has promised us new hardware products for machine learning at the edge, and now it’s finally out. The thing you’re going to take away from this is that Google built a Raspberry Pi with machine learning. This is Google’s Coral, with an Edge TPU…... Listed under:
  118. Raspberry Pi based IoT gateway offers optional cellular, Zigbee, Z-Wave, or LoRa
    Newark Element14 and Avnet announced a Raspberry Pi based “SmartEdge Industrial IoT Gateway” with 2x Ethernet, WiFi/BT, CAN, serial, and optional Zigbee, Z-Wave, or LoRa. Avnet, which last year launched the Zynq UltraScale+ based ‘Ultra96 96Boards CE SBC, announced plans for the Avnet SmartEdge Industrial…... Listed under:
  119. Coke Vending Machine with Bitcoin and Lightning Network
    A Coca-Cola machine accepting Bitcoin via the Lightning Network.   Story   The project is for study purposes. The objective is to demonstrate the sales automation process using Bitcoin and the Lightning Network. Hardware: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B; Display 7" Official Touch Screen Para…... Listed under:
  120. ANAVI Play pHAT
    Put your Raspberry Pi to work: with ANAVI Play pHAT you can make it an IoT hub during the day and a retro gaming machine during the night!   Story ANAVI Play pHAT is a super simple, low cost, open source hardware add-on board for Raspberry…... Listed under:
  121. IoT Car
    This project was done to create an understanding of IoT and how one can step into it.   Story Introduction This project is going to help the newbies understand Internet of Things (IoT) and how they can start working on this. For anyone, this term…... Listed under:
  122. Led Blinking using Raspberry Pi – Python
    Led blinking is one of the beginner circuits which helps one to get acquainted with GPIO pins of Raspberry Pi. Here we use Python language to write the code for blinking Led at one second intervals. Components required One led 100 ohm resistor Jumper cables…... Listed under:
  123. Accessing Raspberry Pi through SSH
    SSH stands for Secure Shell. It is a secure channel created over an insecure network. The channel consists of a server and a client. This channel uses public key cryptography and can be used for secure transmission of passwords, remote log in, command execution etc..…... Listed under:
  124. Using Raspberry Pi through VNC
    Contents 1 Setup VNC server on RaspberryPi 2 Accessing through VNC 3 To Automate the above Process on Boot Virtual Network Computing (VNC), is a graphical desktop sharing system used to remotely control a computer’s desktop from another computer. It uses Remote Frame Buffer Protocol (RFB). It transmits…... Listed under:
  125. Using Switch with Raspberry Pi – Python
    Contents 1 Raspberry Pi GPIO Pin Out 2 Pull Up and Pull Down 2.0.1 Pull Down 2.0.2 Pull Up 3 Circuit Diagram 4 Python Programming I hope that you already go through our tutorial, LED Blinking using Raspberry Pi. Detecting switch status is one of the basic step in learning Raspberry Pi GPIO operations.…... Listed under:
  126. Interfacing HC-SR501 PIR Motion Sensor with Raspberry Pi
    Contents 1 Working of PIR sensor HC-SR501 1.1 Adjustment 2 Circuit diagram 3 Python Program 4 Output All living beings radiate energy to the surroundings in the form of infrared radiations which are invisible to human eyes. A PIR (Passive infrared) sensor can be used to detect these passive radiations. When…... Listed under:
  127. Using UART on Raspberry Pi – Python
    Contents 1 Freeing up UART pins on Raspberry Pi GPIO 2 Using Python 2.1 Installing pySerial 2.2 Example Program UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Transmitter / Receiver, a popular serial communication interface which provides full duplex communication between two devices. The term universal means that transmission speed and data format are…... Listed under:
  128. Interfacing DS18B20 Temperature sensor with Raspberry Pi
    Contents 1 Circuit Diagram 2 Sensor not detecting after OS update 3 Reading temperature using Terminal 4 Terminal Output 5 Python code 6 Output DS18B20 is a commonly used temperature temperature sensor providing 9 bit to 12 bit digital Celsius temperature measurements. The sensor communicates over one wire bus. Each sensor has…... Listed under:
  129. Gesture Controlled Robot Using Raspberry Pi
    Have you ever tired of controlling everything with buttons? Thought of controlling something with simple hand movements by sitting on your lazy couch? If yes, then you are at the right site. In this tutorial we are going to control a robot driven by two…... Listed under:
  130. LIVE CAMERA STREAMING RASPBERRY PI – MOTION SETUP
    Raspberry Pi is a handy little computer that is used by hobbyists and techies all alike. Due to its compact size, powerful processor and less power consumption it can be used for anything and anywhere. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can…... Listed under: ,
  131. RASPBERRY PI WIFI ROBOT CONTROLLED FROM ANDROID SMART PHONE
    Let us build a robot that can be controlled using your mobile phone wirelessly over WiFi, Yes; a WiFi Robot using Raspberry Pi. Here, I will be using an App RootSaid – WiFi Command Center to send UDP commands to the listener (robot). The listener accepts the…... Listed under: ,
  132. MANAGE MULTIPLE RASPBERRY PI USING MOBILE PHONE
    Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi is small credit card sized, light weight and compact computer available which is used by both professions, hobbyist and of course hackers alike. Raspberry Pi 3 B is the newest version of Raspberry Pi family. This mini computer can do (almost)…... Listed under: ,
  133. RASPBERRY PI HOME AUTOMATION
    Let us build a home automation system that can control electrical appliances such as lights, fans, gates etc suing our mobile phone from anywhere around the world. All you need is a Raspberry Pi, some relays and an android phone. Lets get started. Components Required…... Listed under:
  134. NEW RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B + FEATURES AND PURCHASE
    Raspberry Pi is small credit card sized, light weight and compact computer available which is used by both professions, hobbyist and of course hackers alike. Two years ago, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B was released which was the first 64-bit member of the pi family,…... Listed under:
  135. MATRIX VOICE ALEXA RASPBERRY PI EASY SETUP
    In this tutorial, I show you how to set up MATRIX Voice Alexa in your MATRIX Voice/Creator Device. Before going into this, it would be good if you know what a MATRIX Voice is and what it can do. Click Here to know more about…... Listed under:
  136. MATRIX VOICE ALEXA ROBOT USING RASPBERRY PI
    In the previous post we showed you how to create a home automation system using MATRIX Alexa. Now we have decided to take it to the next level. He tinkered around with the code and made a Robot that can be controlled via MATRIX Alexa;…... Listed under:
  137. MATRIX VOICE GOOGLE ASSISTANT – MATRIX VOICE PROJECT
    In the last post, we build a Robot that can be controlled via Amazon Alexa using MATRIX Voice installed in a Raspberry Pi. In this tutorial, we will install and setup MATRIX Voice Google Assistant. Yes Google Assistant using your own MATRIX Device and Raspberry Pi. MATRIX Voice…... Listed under: ,
  138. MATRIX ALEXA HOME AUTOMATION – MATRIX VOICE/CREATOR & RASPBERRY PI
    So what all things we have now? A A Raspberry Pi, A MATRIX Voice, Alexa configured to work with MATRIX Voice and IFTTT. What to do next? How about some home automation? In this post, I will show you how to set up a Matrix…... Listed under:
  139. HAND GESTURE CONTROLLED ROBOT WITH WIRELESS SURVEILLANCE
    Welcome to our new DIY series – Spinel Crux –  A DIY Advanced Hand Gesture Control Robot using Raspberry Pi for Wireless Surveillance Project. Yes, of course, building and tinkering with a DIY robot is fun. In this series, we will build a Raspberry Pi Rover Robot which can…... Listed under:
  140. How to Check and Calibrate a Humidity Sensor
    How accurate is your humidity sensor? Find out with this project. Humidity sensors are commonplace, relatively inexpensive, and come in many different varieties. Too often, we check the datasheet, use them with an interface, and (as long as the values “look reasonable”) we accept the…... Listed under:
  141. How to Generate a High-Precision Waveform Using a DAC and a Custom PCB
    In this article, we’ll develop firmware that will serve as the basis for high-precision, high-speed signal generation. I recently designed an arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) PCB that is built around a C8051F360microcontroller and a TxDAC from Analog Devices. These two ICs communicate via a parallel interface…... Listed under:
  142. Capture Moving Timelapse Video with this Motion Control Camera Slider
    I’ve enjoyed capturing timelapse videos ever since I found myself in possession of a camera that could do them. I love the way they transform the mundane into the surreal, whether it’s the ability to see a transformation taking place that’s too slow to observe…... Listed under:
  143. Build a DIY Thermocam
    The basic idea of my low-cost thermal imager started with my physics class in 2010. Our teacher bought a single-point infrared thermometer, also called a pyrometer, and asked if anyone wanted to use it for a science competition later that year. A friend and I…... Listed under:
  144. Program a Light-Up Felt Menorah
    Everyone has their own holiday traditions. Mine is trying to make an LED menorah for Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights. This year, Hanukkah starts on the night of Tuesday, December 12, and, as always, I didn’t leave myself a lot of time to play…... Listed under:
  145. Livestream-Interactive Confetti Cannon
    Ok, I’ll admit, this one is a little silly – but ever since I’ve been doing live broadcasts on the regular, I’ve wanted to increase the number of ways that live stream audiences can interact with the broadcast. I was inspired by projects like Twitch Plays…... Listed under:
  146. Build a Ballistic Parachute Recovery System for Your Drone
    Starting on December 21, 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began requiring hobbyists to register their Unmanned Aerial Systems – often referred to as drones. After two days of registration, the database contained 45,000 aircraft dedicated and designed for personal use. This mandate was set…... Listed under:
  147. Transform a 25-Watt Semi-Flexible Panel into a Practical Battery Charger
    Sunlight may be free, but transforming it into usable electricity is not. I learned this back in 1965 when I bought some surplus silicon solar cells from dealer Herbach and Rademan (now H&R Company, Inc.). Those 0.75″×0.75″ cells cost around $2.49 each or $19.30 today…... Listed under:
  148. Raspberry Pi Plex Server
    If you have a backup of your digital media, it’s nice to have a convenient way to play it back. Running a dedicated media server is the usual way to do this, but a computer that’s up all the time can be pretty expensive in…... Listed under:
  149. Light Up the Room With These LED Earrings
    Before attending a fancy event, my friend asked me to create her some earrings that would light up. I needed to design something that would be lightweight, but I also wanted it to be wearable without the battery for everyday use. I started with a…... Listed under:
  150. Gas Pump Skimmer Scanner
    Build a dashboard gadget that scans constantly for potential gas pump card skimmers What’s worse than gazing over your credit card statement and seeing payments you didn’t authorize? You frantically mark up your statement with a red pen before you make that call to your…... Listed under:
  151. Insta-Hue LED Party Heels
    I’m one of those people who is always late to a party because I can’t decide what to wear. I’m also someone who creates elaborate last-minute projects for those parties. This project — I call them my Insta-Hue Heels — was designed and created in…... Listed under:
  152. DIY Braille Embosser
    This project started when I met Alvino. He is originally from the Bahamas and he was born unable to see. Today Alvino has migrated to Canada where access to braille embossers is subsidized by the government, but still they’re expensive, and repairs are costly. I…... Listed under:
  153. Custom Canine Wheelchair
    A friend needed a wheelchair for their French Bulldog at short notice. They were unable to afford the costly commercial wheelchairs available online. I rose to the occasion to design something for an adorable dog, and the results were fantastic. Murray loved her chair! I’ve since…... Listed under:
  154. Edge-Lit LED Signs
    Noisebridge is committed to providing a 24/7 accessible space in San Francisco available to all hackers and makers. They are losing their lease as of August 2018 and are currently fundraising to find a new location.  Two things that most any hackerspace can benefit from are better…... Listed under:
  155. Light Up Leather Arm Braces
    Wearable microcontrollers have found their way into cosplay, fashion, and daily wear but are usually textile based. In this Skill Builder we’ll explore techniques for including leather in your wearables by examining my forearm bracer project, which uses a built-in Adafruit Gemma and RGB NeoPixels…... Listed under:
  156. Craft A Minecraft Creeper Robot
    When I wrote my new book Make: Minecraft for Makers, you know I had to include a monster Creeper project. Here’s how you can build a motorized Creeper, with a metal skeleton and wooden skin. Aside from the fact that this thing most certainly doesn’t blow…... Listed under:
  157. Impact Reactive Snare Drum Lights
    [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="15808,15809,15810,15811"] At a Less Than Jake concert I noticed that Vinnie Fiorello’s drums had LED lights inside. They would periodically change colors while the roadie set up the band’s gear, but stayed one solid color during the performance. Less Than Jake have…... Listed under:
  158. Aya
    Aya is an interactive robot that stores your picture to recognize and interact with you. Winner of Hack the North 2017 & Best Use of AWS. Story Inspiration When we saw what Amazon did with Alexa and what Google did with home, we were sure…... Listed under:
  159. Speathe
    Speaking Through Breathing: An intelligent communication system for the paralyzed.   Things used in this project Hardware components [gallery columns="4" ids="15794,15795,15796,15797"] Software apps and online services Python react-native Story Speathe: An innovative and evolving communication method for the paralyzed who are gone speechless after paralysis.…... Listed under: , ,
  160. Posture Pal with Walabot
    Prevent neck and back pain by monitoring your sitting posture with Walabot's distance sensor and an Android app. Things used in this project Hardware components [gallery columns="2" ids="15786,15787"] Posture Pal usage and components overview Walabot with Raspberry Pi Why I built Posture Pal Millions of…... Listed under: , ,
  161. Using pcDuino’s WiFi Dongle With the Pi
    Introduction This quick tutorial aims to show you the steps required to set up the pcDuino WiFi Dongle with everyone’s favorite fiberglass-flavored development board: the Raspberry Pi (model B or model A).   This WiFi dongle is a cheap solution to adding network connectivity to your Pi, if you…... Listed under:
  162. Hackers in Residence: The Sound Visualizer
    Introduction This tutorial shows how to put together a sound visualizer that I created, during my time in the SparkFun HIR program. The end goal for the project was to have a sound reactive LED belt buckle. To accomplish the task of sound visualization, a Raspberry…... Listed under: ,
  163. FLIR Lepton Hookup Guide
    Introduction Note: This tutorial was originally written for the FLiR Lepton [KIT-13233]. However, the FLiR Lepton 2.5 with Radiometry should function the same. When our team found out that we’d be testing a Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) camera, there were two words that we couldn’t stop…... Listed under:
  164. Hackers in Residence: The Sound Visualizer Pt. 2
    Introduction This guide is a follow up to the first write up I did for my participation in the SparkFun HIR program. This guide shows how to setup a music visualizer for PCs/laptops. It uses an RGB LED panel to display the music visualization. It plays MP3s and…... Listed under: ,
  165. SD Cards and Writing Images
    Introduction This tutorial is designed to give you a basic understanding of SD Cards and how to write different images to the SD card of your choice. SD cards, short for Secure Digital, are everywhere you look now, from digital cameras, to phones and tablets, and…... Listed under:
  166. Building Large LED Installations
    Introduction While designing the layout for the new SparkFun Emporium, I was given the opportunity to design a large LED art installation. I’ve helped build LED installations before, but had never had the opportunity to design one from the ground up. Thus was born the CandyBar, a 46-foot…... Listed under:
  167. Preassembled 40-pin Pi Wedge Hookup Guide
    Introduction The preassembled 40-pin Pi Wedge is the newest member in our Pi Wedge family. It’s an excellent way to get those pesky Pi pins broken out to a breadboard so that they can easily be used.   The Pi Wedge in a breadboard This Pi Wedge…... Listed under:
  168. Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit Hookup Guide
    Introduction Heads up! The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ has the same mechanical footprint as both the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. This guide will show images of the Pi 3 Model B but you can still follow along…... Listed under:
  169. PiRetrocade Assembly Guide
    PiRetrocade Pew-Pew. Got you. The Raspberry Pi 3 has been the latest and greatest in the line of Raspberry Pi Single Board Computers. Need some inspiration for your next Raspberry Pi project? How about a retro arcade gaming kit? Kit Includes: 5x Arcade Buttons 1x Joystick 1x SD…... Listed under:
  170. Bark Back Interactive Pet Monitor
    Shed some light (er, sound) on the elusive mysteries of your pets' antics while away from home! This Internet of Things (IoT) Bark Back project monitors and uploads the level of noise in your home to the Cloud so you can check on your beloved…... Listed under: ,
  171. Scratch Boy UW – Makeathon
    Introduce kids to programming and gamedev by providing them with a personal, handheld system to execute games of their own creation. Story Our story starts with Scratch, the coding language developed in an MIT lab to introduce young people to coding. Building Scratch games allows…... Listed under: ,
  172. Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless
    Introduction The Raspberry Pi is a popular Single Board Computer (SBC) in that it is a full computer packed into a single board. Many may already familiar with the Raspberry Pi 3 and its predecessors, which comes in a form factor that has become as highly recognizable.…... Listed under:
  173. Setting Up the Pi Zero Wireless Pan-Tilt Camera
    Introduction This tutorial will show you how to assemble, program, and access the Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless Pan-Tilt Camera. [caption id="attachment_15562" align="aligncenter" width="500"] SparkFun Raspberry Pi Zero W Camera Kit[/caption] Required Materials You’ll need a microSD card, a sufficient power supply, and a micro-B USB Cable.…... Listed under:
  174. Pi Servo Hat Hookup Guide
    Introduction The SparkFun Pi Servo Hat allows your Raspberry Pi to control up to 16 servo motors via I2C connection. This saves GPIO and lets you use the onboard GPIO for other purposes. Furthermore, the Pi Servo Shield adds a serial terminal connection which will allow you…... Listed under: ,
  175. Lumenati Hookup Guide
    Introduction The Lumenati line of LED boards is designed to give your projects an edge in their lighting capacity. Based on the APA102C addressable LED, these LEDs employ a 2-wire communication protocol consisting of a clock line and a data line. While this requires one more wire than…... Listed under:
  176. Qwiic HAT for Raspberry Pi Hookup Guide
    Introduction This Qwiic HAT for Raspberry Pi is the quickest and easiest way to utilize SparkFun’s Qwiic ecosystem while still using that Raspberry Pi that you’ve come to know and love. This Qwiic HAT connects the I2C bus (GND, 3.3V, SDA, and SCL) on your Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  177. Getting Started with TJBot
    Introduction TJBot is a kit developed at IBM to help people get started with their Watson AI service. It comes with a friendly little robot that you build yourself, a Raspberry Pi 3, and all the parts you need to make your robot wave, blink, talk,…... Listed under: ,
  178. Using the PSoC 6 Pioneer Board with the Pioneer IoT Add-on Shield
    Introduction The PSoC 6 is the latest addition to Cypress’s powerful PSoC series of processors. The PSoC 6 Pioneer IoT Add-On Shield is the development tool associated with this processor line, sporting an onboard debugger, Arduino compatible headers, CapSense widgets, and more, all tied to a PSoC…... Listed under:
  179. Raspberry Pi Stand-Alone Programmer
    Introduction With the power of Raspberry Pi, Python, avrdude, a custom HAT with cable adapter, we developed our own spin on AVR programming that turned out pretty darn robust. In addition to creating a stand alone solution, it was a great experiment to learn more…... Listed under:
  180. Remote Monitoring of Weather Using Raspberry Pi
    In this Project I am going to show you how to make a Remote Weather monitoring system using Raspberry Pi3 I am using PubNub Cloud service for this,Free...which is PubNub is a global Data Stream Network (DSN) and realtime infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) company based in San…... Listed under: , , ,
  181. Telemonitoring System With Raspberry Pi
    Telemonitoring  Telemonitoring  is defined as the use of information technology to monitor patients at a distance. Telemonitoring allows reduction of chronic disease complications thanks to a better follow-up; provides health care services without using hospital beds; and reduces patient travel, time off from work, and overall costs. Telemonitoring can help…... Listed under:
  182. Raspberry PI Wireless Display Receiver
    In industrial automation & other areas most of the time, we want data to be viewed at control room or head office with far distance, Thats why i made Raspberry Pi Wireless Display Receiver ,As RPi made its 1oth Million sale this year on its Birthday…... Listed under: , , ,
  183. Raspberry Pi Zero Helmet Impact Force Monitor
    How much impact can the human body handle? Whether it’s football, rock climbing, or a bicycle accident, knowing when to seek immediate medical attention after a collision is incredibly important, especially if there are no obvious signs of trauma. This tutorial will teach you how…... Listed under:
  184. Setting up a Raspberry Pi 3 as an Access Point
    Introduction Note: This tutorial was based on instructions found on this blog. The Raspberry Pi 3 comes with a built-in wireless adapter, which makes it easy to configure it as a WiFi hotspot to share Internet or host your own internal web site. The first part of this guide…... Listed under:
  185. Headless Raspberry Pi Setup
    Introduction A “headless” computer is one that operates without a monitor, keyboard, or mouse. The Raspberry Pi works great as an inexpensive computer that can help people learn to program and create fun, interesting projects (without many repercussions if you break something–just reflash the SD card!). The…... Listed under:
  186. How to Use Remote Desktop on the Raspberry Pi with VNC
    Introduction If you like the idea of a headless computer setup for your Raspberry Pi (i.e. one without a keyboard, mouse, or monitor) but want access to the full graphical desktop, then you’re in luck! By using a Virtual Network Computing (VNC) program, you can access a…... Listed under:
  187. Python GUI Guide: Introduction to Tkinter
    Introduction Python is generally more popular as a sequential programming language that is called from the command line interface (CLI). However, several frameworks exist that offer the ability to create slick graphical user interfaces (GUI) with Python. Combined with a single board computer, like the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  188. Using the A111 Pulsed Radar Sensor with a Raspberry Pi
    Introduction Experimental Products: SparkX products are rapidly produced to bring you the most cutting edge technology as it becomes available. These products are tested but come with no guarantees. Live technical support is not available for SparkX products. Does your project require high-precision, cutting-edge distance, speed,…... Listed under:
  189. Using Wemos D1 mini to control a brushless motor with ESC and servo signals
    I’ve recently become interested in making “machines” of various sorts. I was sorting through some of my RC (radio control) plane “stash” the other day and came across various brushless motors and electronic speed controllers (ESC) like these. In RC, Brushless ESCs are usually connected…... Listed under:
  190. Run a K40 Laser Cutter from Your Raspberry Pi with K40 Whisperer
    I bought a Chinese K40-style laser cutter about three weeks ago and I’ve been spending quite a bit of time playing with it learning how best to use it. It’s an eminently hackable design, and while mine could cut 3mm acrylic OK ‘straight out of the box’,…... Listed under:
  191. How to tap a thread in acrylic Perspex, Lucite, Plexiglass using your cordless drill driver
    I recently bought a laser cutter (running on a Pi) and started working with acrylic (Perspex). I’ve sawn, routed and drilled Perspex before. It machines beautifully as long as you’re not too ‘greedy’ with your cuts (and if you’re too greedy, it cracks). In exploring the material,…... Listed under:
  192. New Raspberry Pi model 3B+ 1.4 GHz, 330Mbit Ethernet, 802.11ac, PoE
    It’s Pi day (if you do dates in the illogical MM/DD/YY format) so Raspberry Pi is releasing a new version of the Pi 3B. It’s called the 3B+, which is logical because it has more to offer than the 3B and is also in keeping with previous…... Listed under:
  193. How Much Power Does Raspberry Pi 3B+ Use? Power Measurements
    Since the original Pi came out I’ve been interested in how much power it consumes. It’s become something of a launch week tradition to publish a new chart and some data. So much so that several people ask for it on launch day. This time…... Listed under:
  194. Octopod: Smart IoT Home/Industry Automation Project
    Octopod, a uniquely shaped full automation system that allows you to monitor your industry and keep security with AI and smart RFID locks. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO Anduino Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 Either this or any other…... Listed under:
  195. LoRa gateway and node boards run on Raspberry Pi power
    Pi Supply is Kickstartering Iot LoRa Gateway and IoT LoRa Node pHAT add-ons for the Raspberry Pi, as well as a LoRa Node that works with the Micro:bit. An Arduino node is also in the works. Pi Supply, which has produced a variety of Raspberry…... Listed under:
  196. Raspbian Desktop OS on an Old Netbook
    Old Netbook with Windows XP Home is likely something you have forgotten about. Breathe new life into the hardware with Raspbian OS desktop. Things used in this project Hardware components Intel Netbook PC (various manufacturers) For this article, I am referencing the HP Mini 110…... Listed under:
  197. Smart Home Hub With Raspberry Pi + Homebridge + Resin OS
    Want to use a device that HomeKit doesn’t support? Get Raspberry Pi running with Homebridge using Resin OS and change you home forever. Things used in this project Hardware components Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless Pimoroni Red/White Raspberry Pi Zero Case AC/DC Micro-B USB Adapter 2A…... Listed under:
  198. ​How to Build a Raspberry Pi FM Transmitter
    Be it a boring afternoon, a monotonous job or a lonely long drive FM radio stations have always kept us entertained. While on the contradictory it should also be agreed that sometimes these FM stations get very boring with the RJ blabbering irrelevant stuff or…... Listed under:
  199. Voice controlled Home automation using Amazon Alexa on Raspberry Pi
    Have you ever thought about a speaker which can be controlled by your voice!!! What if we can control our home appliances this way and make these appliances smarter? Voice assistants becoming more popular as we are heading towards an era of AI and IoT based systems. …... Listed under:
  200. ZeroPhone Is “Coming Soon”: A Raspberry Pi-Based, Linux-Powered Phone For Just $50
    ZeroPhone is an open source, Linux-powered, $50 smartphone. It has no carrier locks, bloated apps, or data mining, and it doesn’t depend on big companies - instead, its open source hardware and software give you as much control over your phone as possible. ZeroPhone is…... Listed under:
  201. Raspberry Pi Car HUD
    Objective The goal of our project is to use the Raspberry Pi and create a touchscreen enabled Heads Up Display (HUD) for an automobile. The HUD would display useful, real time information through an easy-to-ready GUI onto a PiTFT screen. Some example information includes the…... Listed under:
  202. WarpPI Calculator, Step-by-step algebra calculator for Raspberry Pi.
    WarpPI Calculator Step-by-step algebra calculator for Raspberry PI. This project is experimental and strictly related to my calculator, designed to run on an embedded hardware. It works but many fundamental features aren't complete. If you really want to build and test it on your computer…... Listed under:
  203. Getting started with Embedded Linux
    Single board computers (SBCs) have been credited with rekindling an interest in electronics across all age groups, young and old. SBCs themselves have been around for a very long time and can be found in many industrial automation systems, but it was the advent of…... Listed under:
  204. M3 Pi: Raspberry Pi OBD-II Touchscreen Car Computer
    Abstract There are a wide range of off-the-shelf OBD-II car computers available for purchase, but the majority of them are either prohibitively expensive or simply unreliable. Furthermore, almost all of these devices are closed-box systems that cannot be expanded or modified. As such, this project…... Listed under:
  205. Autonomous Quadcopter for Target Tracking
    Objective There is a wide range of applications for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles that have been made possible through recent advancements in technology. One application uses a quadcopter for surveillance of a region. In this project, we attempted to automate a quadcopter for tracking targets. The…... Listed under:
  206. Face Recognition System
    Introduction Using the Raspberry Pi and some additional peripherals, we have designed and built a face recognition system. In this system there is a camera which will detect the faces presented before it and if shown one face at a time, it will track that…... Listed under:
  207. Goodnight Pi: Reducing Raspberry Pi Power Consumption
    Introduction The Raspberry Pi is a powerful platform to build a variety of projects on. Its full Linux operating system and large variety of peripherals make it extremely useful for a large range of applications that a traditional microcontroller could not handle. However, the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  208. Smart Pen: Final Project for ECE5725
    Introduction Nowadays, in order to gain the handwriting results, people often rely on the capacitive touch screen, stylus pen, or other similar devices. They are functional and precise, but not always flexible. Our project combines Raspberry Pi with IMU to build a product that can…... Listed under:
  209. Raspberry Pi Car HUD
    Objective The goal of our project is to use the Raspberry Pi and create a touchscreen enabled Heads Up Display (HUD) for an automobile. The HUD would display useful, real time information through an easy-to-ready GUI onto a PiTFT screen. Some example information includes the…... Listed under:
  210. N5DUX Raspberry Pi Ku-Band Outernet Receiver Project
    Description Outernet is a service intended for providing web-based information to individuals without access to the web. It is a startup computer and still going through much revision. The service will surely morph over time as interest and finances grow, but for now it's an…... Listed under:
  211. Raspberry Pi Controlled Health Monitor System
    Introduction Health is always an important concern. However, the health of modern people is always interfered by various potential but dangerous factors, such as high blood pressure, and abnormal heart rate. High blood pressure, also called hypertension, increases the burden of the heart to pump…... Listed under:
  212. N5DUX Raspberry Pi ISS iGate Project
    Description This project is an APRS iGate for ARISS program's digipeater aboard the International Space Station. I have a 2m FM radio tuned to 145.825 MHz. As the ISS passes over my location, the radio passes the received signal from the ISS to a Terminal…... Listed under:
  213. Voice Controlled Car
    Objective The main objective of this project is to exploit the “IoT” potential of Raspberry Pi computer to control a Remote Car using the Voice Commands. The Raspberry Pi with a Microphone connected to it will receive the Voice Commands and will control the Remote…... Listed under:
  214. N5DUX Raspberry Pi WebSDR Receiver Project
    Description I created my first Raspberry Pi WebSDR receiver in the Fall 2014. I had long intended to setup a WebSDR station, but grad school and work can really keep you busy. The first receiver on the air worked well until a suprise electrical storm…... Listed under:
  215. Raspberry Pi gets its own app store with latest OS update
    The latest release of the official Raspbian OS will make it easier to find the best software for the credit card-sized board. A large factor in the runaway success of the $35 Raspberry Pi is how easy it is to get started with the tiny…... Listed under:
  216. N5DUX Raspberry Pi Generic Setup
    Description This is a howto document created as a basis for all my other Raspberry Pi Progjects. Here, I list the basic hardware needed as well as the steps necessary to create your own basic Raspberry Pi setup. This is just the beginning of several…... Listed under:
  217. Physical Computing – Scratch 2.0 for Raspberry Pi
    Story This is my 3rd tutorial with a focus on Scratch and Physical Computing. Regarding this topic, I have already published: Physical Computing - Scratch for Arduino, where as the name says, I explored how to use Scratch and Arduino to interact with the physical…... Listed under:
  218. Flexible Smartwatch
    Description This project aims to build a thin, flexible smartwatch. It's wrap-around display and touchscreen will allow it to display more data at a glance than current devices. Besides telling time and displaying notifications, the watch will feature pulse rate, blood oxygen, and step sensors…... Listed under:
  219. SIMULATION RASPBERRY PI EMULATOR FOR WINDOWS 10 USING QEMU
    In this article, you are going to learn how to run Raspbian on your Windows 10 PC. If you really enjoy this article, consider checking out my TechWizTime YouTube Channel. And for an awesome source of Raspberry Pi Accessories, check out my Raspberry Pi Amazon…... Listed under:
  220. $35 NanoPi K1 Plus is a Raspberry Pi-like computer with twice the RAM (and a different CPU)
    FriendlyElec’s latest single-board computer looks like a Raspberry Pi 3 and has a lot of the same features, including a 40-pin header, WiFi, and a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor. But while the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ uses a 1.4 GHz Broadcom BCM2837 system-on-a-chip, FriendlyElec’s NanoPi…... Listed under:
  221. Inspection Drone with Walabot Capability
    Over the past year I have been working on various projects for making commercial inspection drones practical and safe, Here are a few links from my other projects. I refer you to them for the discussions regarding the requirements for commercial inspection work. NXP Flexio…... Listed under:
  222. Building an API for Your Raspberry Pi Zero W
    Wouldn’t it be interesting to have an API to control our hardware, like Arduino or Raspberry Pi? We now have the tooling to make this possible and easy. Having an API for our hardware allows us to remotely control and/or monitor our hardware with code.…... Listed under:
  223. Controlling Widgets using Raspberry Pi
    This demonstration features the uLCD-220RD-Pi, a display module pack for the Raspberry Pi. The uLCD-220RD-Pi is made up of a uLCD-220RD 1.38″ round TFT LCD display module, a 4D Serial Pi Adaptor, and a 5 way interface cable, for quick and easy connection to a…... Listed under:
  224. Using Serial Communication (RS232 protocol) – Example 4
    Introduction Communication plays an important role in distributed applications. It allows devices in a system to communicate with each other in order to exchange information or coordinate to perform some tasks. Depending on the communication requirements of the application such as wired / wireless, short…... Listed under:
  225. 8 superb — and cheap — Raspberry Pi alternatives
    As great as the Raspberry Pi is -- and let's be honest, all of the devices in that family are excellent, especially for the money -- it’s not the only such device available to buy, and some of the rival systems are arguably better as…... Listed under:
  226. Smart Parking System
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Arduino Mega 2560 & Genuino Mega 2560 × 1 HC-SR04 × 3 Software apps and online services: Samsung IoT ARTIK Cloud for IoT Google Maps Arduino IDE   STORY Finding a free parking lot in a…... Listed under:
  227. TalkingPi: voice control module for Raspberry Pi
    A new Raspberry Pi extension module called Talking Pi, manufactured by Joy-it and marketed by Conrad Business Supplies, serves as an extension to allow the control of lights, individual power sockets or devices by voice command. Talking Pi is equipped with a bracket holding 433-MHz…... Listed under:
  228. Google Voice Assistant Using Asterisk PBX on Raspberry Pi
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 VOIP (SIP) Phone such as Grandstream GXP1620 Alternately, use a VOIP Softphone for PC (see below) × 1 Software apps and online services: VOIP Softphone Need either a VOIP physical phone or Softphone Alternate VOIP Softphone Only…... Listed under:
  229. Raspberry Pi rival: Android friendly, 4K-capable Asus Tinker Board gets upgrade
    Asus has souped up its Raspberry Pi rival, the Asus Tinker Board, adding on-board storage it says will make the board even faster. The new Asus Tinker Board S is broadly similar in spec to the original, but adds 16GB of eMMC storage, which Asus promises will boost…... Listed under:
  230. The best accessories for your Raspberry Pi
    Vivek Nanda has been a technical editor and content manager for over 20 years at B2B magazines in the electronics industry. He enjoys creating contextual content, crafting content strategy and working with online product development teams. In 2017, The MagPi Magazine – the official Raspberry…... Listed under:
  231. Dewalt Raspberry Pi Development Laptop
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 Arduino LCD Screen × 1 Pi cobbler × 1 OpenBuilds 12V/29A Power Supply × 1 1N4007 – High Voltage, High Current Rated Diode × 1   STORY Ok let me start by…... Listed under:
  232. Game Changer: Xbox 360 Into 3D Printer!
    Hardware components: OpenBuilds NEMA 17 Stepper Motor × 1 3D Printer MK8 Direct Drive Extruder 0.4mm / 1.75mm for Prusa i3 × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE Marlin Firmware Hand tools and fabrication machines: dremel…... Listed under:
  233. Wavepad: Gesture Controlled Raspberry Pi Music Player
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Speaker × 1 Ultrasonic Sensor × 1 Photodiode × 2 IR LED × 2 Resistor 1k ohm × 18 Resistor 10k ohm × 2 Resistor 100 ohm × 1 Single Turn Potentiometer- 10k ohms × 2…... Listed under:
  234. Candy Dispenser with Google Assistant
    3d Hardware components: Particle Photon × 1 Arduino Mega 2560 & Genuino Mega 2560 × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Speaker: 3W, 4 ohms × 1 Voice HAT for Raspberry Pi × 1 Mic Array × 1 Arcade Button and Micro Switch…... Listed under:
  235. Pi Camera Doorbell with Notifications!
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1 RF receiver × 1 Wireless doorbell (RF) × 1 Software apps and online services: Home Assistant Rpi-rf python module MQTT Telegram   STORY Introduction There are some pretty cool smart doorbells…... Listed under:
  236. Smart Mirror with Home Automation using chats
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B × 1 PC Monitor with VGA Cable × 1 Wifi Receiver × 1 Two way mirror acrylic sheet × 1 5v Relay Module × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 Software apps and online services: Raspbian OS Telegram…... Listed under:
  237. Pigeon: A 3D-Printed, Pi Zero W-Powered Cloud Camera
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1   STORY Pigeon is a simple cloud home surveillance camera project that uses the new Raspberry Pi Zero W single board computer ($10). It also uses a custom designed 3D printed…... Listed under:
  238. 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…... Listed under:
  239. Nabaztag Gets a New Life With Google AIY
    Hardware components: Nabaztag Not sold anymore, but maybe on Graigslist or eBay? × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Google AIY Voice HAT They come as a free gift with The MagPi #57, or you can subscribe to get a notification when they…... Listed under:
  240. A LoRaWAN “The Things Network” Gateway for Windows IoT Core
    Hardware components: Dragino LoRa/GPS HAT × 1 Dragino LoRa Shield × 1 Dragino LoRa/GPS Shield × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Software apps and online services: Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core     STORY This tutorial describes how to build, install and…... Listed under:
  241. Internet Streaming Radio with Google AIY
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Software apps and online services: Google AIY Projects   STORY The Google AIY Voice Kit is a great way to get started with using voice commands to control a Raspberry Pi. As of 5/13/2017, the Google…... Listed under:
  242. AssistantPi: Bring both Google Assistant and Alexa to your Raspberry Pi
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Generic Aux Speaker × 1 USB Microphone × 1 Software apps and online services: Amazon Alexa Alexa Voice Service Google AIY Projects Hand tools and fabrication machines: Generic USB Keyboard for Setup   STORY Meet AssistantPi!…... Listed under:
  243. Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection – Honda Civic
    Hardware components: Walabot × 1 Raspberry Pi 2 Model B For Walabot, RPI v3 is preferable. × 1 Android device Samsung Galaxy A3 or better. × 1 Intocircuit 26000mAh High Capacity Power Castle can use any way to power the RPIs on the move. ×…... Listed under:
  244. FabDoc – Version Control Tool for Makers
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi Zero × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module v2 × 1 Goggle × 1 Small Power Bank × 1 USB cable Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components × 1 STORY Description We are all facing a lot of work of documentation beyond…... Listed under:
  245. Tracking TV Stand
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Walabot × 1 Unitek USB3.0 4-Port Hub × 1 Power Sonic Model PS-640 F1 6 Volt 4.5 AmpHr Battery Supply × 1 Servo (generic) Personally modified Futaba S3003 for continuous rotation. If using a different brand…... Listed under:
  246. Windows 10 IoT Core – Reading Heart Rate Pulses
      Hardware components: Microchip MCP3008 × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 SparkFun Heart Rate Pulse Sensor × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 15 Software apps and online services: Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 STORY…... Listed under:
  247. Baby Room Watcher
    Hardware components: Cypress PSoC Analog Coprocessor Pioneer Kit × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 ElecFreaks EFCom Pro module × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1 Software apps and online services: Cypress PSoC Creator openHAB   STORY Project Description The purpose of…... Listed under:
  248. 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…... Listed under:
  249. Pulse Train HAT for Raspberry Pi Mecanum Bot Example
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Tested with Raspberry Pi 3 × 1 Pulse Train Hat × 1 Xbox Controller × 1 Software apps and online services: Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core   STORY PTHAT Mecanum Bot Example using Instant Commands With this example,…... Listed under:
  250. DHT Tiny Breakout for the Raspberry Pi
    Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 DHT22 Temperature Sensor × 1 DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor × 1 SparkFun Tiny AVR Programmer × 1 Adafruit 4.7K Ω Resistor × 3 Adafruit 10K Ω Resistor × 1 Adafruit 100 Ω Resistor × 1 Adafruit Diffused Blue…... Listed under:
  251. 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…... Listed under:
  252. Mystic Mirror Alexa voice-enabled smart mirror
    Hardware components: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 Squid Button × 1 RGB LED Bulb × 1 AYl Portable Mini Speaker × 1 Computer Monitor I used a refurbished compaq monitor ($35 from a discount electrinc store); it had a VGA connection, so I…... Listed under:
  253. 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…... Listed under:
  254. Raspberry Pi Projects, WhatsApp on Raspberry-pi
    WhatsApp is an instant messaging application originally developed for iPhones. It quickly emerged as a cross-platform messenger application and is now the most popular instant messaging application. Due to projects like Android for x86 and other raspberry-pi projects, a number of users were using WhatsApp…... Listed under:
  255. Raspberry Pi Light Sensor: A Simple LDR Tutorial
    In this Raspberry Pi light sensor tutorial I show you how to correctly connect the photo resistor sensor up to the GPIO pins. Lastly I show you how it can be used in a simple python script so you’re able to gather and use the…... Listed under:
  256. Build a Raspberry Pi Webcam Server in Minutes
    This Raspberry Pi Webcam Server tutorial will take you through on how to have your very own Webcam that is visible on a webpage. If you’re after more of a security like system then check out the Raspberry Pi security camera tutorial as it features…... Listed under:
  257. 4.5Amps Bipolar Stepper Motor driver based on TB6600
    Bipolar stepper drive board described here has been designed around TB6600HG IC. The TB6600HG is PWM chopper type single chip bipolar sinusoidal micro-step stepping driver. Maximum  Load 4.5A, Supply 10V to 42V DC. Features Based on Single chip and Second chip for auto half current…... Listed under: ,
  258. DIY SWR and Power Meter
    First of all, this SWR meter in this article is not exactly homebrew, as I based the circuit on the schematic in the excellent book Arduino Projects of Amateur Radio. Although I bought the book and respect the copyright of the authors I will share…... Listed under:
  259. 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…... Listed under:
  260. High-End Sound with 7 Inch Touchscreen Control Based on Raspberry Pi and Max2Play
    With the arrival of the new official Raspberry Pi Touchscreen, we were excited to find applications for it in our Max2Play system. Since audio applications have been one of our main focuses from the start, we immediately thought of a combination of sound card and…... Listed under:
  261. Ambilight TV
    I have been always amazed by Philips Ambilight TV. Unfortunately they were pretty expensive, and this is why I have looked for an easy cheap solution to be able to create the same user experience. This was my first Raspberry Pi project, and it's pretty…... Listed under:
  262. Raspberry with cam in birdhouse
    First of all, I'm French and I apologize for my bad English. Before to start, I drew a plan for my birdhouse in order to build it. First, you can see my youtube video here: https://youtu.be/S3MB3YABeRU After, I decided to add a camera to see…... Listed under:
  263. Cheap 5 volt power adapter
    Every want to make a portable Pi and all you have is a 12 volt battery? Or have you made a project using a LCD with a 12 volt battery and another then another 5 volt battery for the Raspberry Pi? This instructable will show…... Listed under:
  264. Raspberry Pi IoT ticket printer for online stores
    Do you have an online store? Are you a maker? Do you want to optimize the selling process? If you answer yes to all the questions, please keep reading because this is the instructable you are looking for. Also if you say no to one…... Listed under:
  265. 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…... Listed under: ,
  266. Raspberry Pi Home Automation – Control lights, computers, CCTV and more!
    Hey guys, first of all I'd like to introduce myself to everyone. My name is Jack, commonly known as Jackk or JackkTutorials over on YouTube where I do technology tutorials but mainly cover Hacking & Security and other useful things that you wouldn't normally know…... Listed under:
  267. The Drone Pi
    NOTE: THIS INSTRUCTABLE IS BEING WRITTEN This project is a quadcopter powered by a Multiwii and controlled with a Raspberry Pi 2 B. This quadcopter has a particularity because he's using 2 differents controller and he could be pilot with 2 differents devices : a…... Listed under:
  268. Raspberry Pi Based Wireless FM Microphone
    A wireless microphone is a microphone without a physical cable connecting it directly to the sound recording or amplifying equipment with which it is associated. Also known as a radio microphone, it has a small, battery-powered radio transmitter in the microphone body, which transmits the…... Listed under:
  269. ARUPi – A Low-Cost Automated Recording Unit for Soundscape Ecologists
    This instructable was written by Anthony Turner. The project was developed with lots of help from the Shed in the School of Computing, University of Kent (Mr Daniel Knox was a great help!). It will show you how to build an Automated Audio Recording Unit…... Listed under:
  270. Analog sensor input raspberry pi using a MCP3008: wiring/installing/basic program
    So now that we bought the MCP3008 ADC lets get it up and running! Note: This is my first instructables submision so if something is wrong just tell me so and if you like my style leave a comment, also I'm from the Netherlands so…... Listed under:
  271. Raspberry PI I/O Breakout cable and plugboard adaptor
    This is the second is a series of Instructables aimed at documenting all the electronics-related activities that go on at So Make It; Southampton Makerspace (on the South coast, UK) Requests are more than welcome! This simple Instructable intentionally goes into way too much detail,…... Listed under:
  272. Toy Truck Powered by Raspberry Pi
    Here is a great way to impress your fiends when your out an' about at the park, by modifying a broken toy Truck/Car with a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit's DC & Stepper Motor Pi HAT , to existing electronics . And for the controller to…... Listed under:
  273. DIY cheap glove controller and propeller car
    HI there, In this instructable I'll show you how to make the cheapest glove for controlling your robots or any other Arduino or raspberry pi based projects and for demonstration example I'll also include how a little tutorial how I made car controlled by this…... Listed under:
  274. Reading a Rotary Encoder from a Raspberry Pi
    I wanted to attach a knob to my Raspberry Pi to act as a vol­ume con­trol for my MPD based jukebox. Tra­di­tion­ally vol­ume con­trol devices are imple­mented with poten­tiome­ters act­ing as inputs for ampli­fiers. A poten­tiome­ter is a hard­ware device with a knob or a…... Listed under:
  275. Build your Internet Controlled Video-Streaming Robot with Arduino and Raspberry Pi
    <The Instructable and the code are ready. Enjoy! Leave a comment with you feedback!> I'm @RedPhantom (aka LiquidCrystalDisplay / Itay), a 14 years old student from Israel learning in the Max Shein Junior High School for Advanced Science and Mathematics. I'm making this project for…... Listed under:
  276. Neon A Shop Open/Closed Makerspace Sign on Raspberry Pi 2 (El Paso, TX)
    Neon is the name we gave to the open/closed sign we have at the entrance of our makerspace. This sign is not only an open/closed sign but it does a whole lot of things. At the makerspace we currently have access keys so this lets…... Listed under:
  277. Netbook Laptop Build for $ 160 – Raspberry Pi Powered.
    Hey Everyone! I'm 13, and I was inspired by online projects and cool computer builds to see if I could build a laptop. This may not be the greatest tutorial ever, but this laptop has 512 mb of ram, a 1ghz processor, with wifi, around…... Listed under:
  278. Raspberry Pi based answering Ganesha
    This project is about using Raspberry pi with USB microphone and Speaker for interactive answering machine. We are calling it Talking Ganesha. In Hindu Culture , God Ganesha is called as God of Knowledge. We have created this project just to create Talking Ganesha in…... Listed under:
  279. Raspberry Pi. Create your first Connected Light
    Create your first connected light using Raspberry Pi. Control and monitor a connected light from mobile, tablet and desktop using Lelylan & MQTT. It takes 15 minutes | $36 (eth) or $44 (WiFi) in hardware | basic level. Step 1: Hardware For this tutorial you…... Listed under:
  280. HACCSY – Hackerspace Access Control and Check in System
    HACCSY abreviation stands for Hackerspace Access Control and Check in System and that’s pretty much what it does. HACCSY app is meant to run on a RaspberryPi that’s connected to internet and the front door electric strike lock. It does the job of a simple…... Listed under:
  281. Raspberry Pi 4x4x4 LED Cube
    I've been fascinated with LED cubes for a while now, but haven't been able to bring myself to build an Arduino-based cube. They turn on quickly and nicely, yes, but writing the code is a horrible mess of bits and bytes. The Raspberry Pi's Python-based…... Listed under:
  282. RasPi Two-Player Arcade Coffee Table
    Here is my version of the Raspberry Pi arcade coffee table. I got the idea from other great instructables on here and wanted to share my experience with the build. The table can play games from multiple video game eras including NES, SNES, Sega, Playstation,…... Listed under:
  283. Monitor an older UPS status with a Raspberry Pi
    Here is a small mod I made for an OPTI-UPS VS575C. The ups has a serial port and works well with Windows, along with a serial to USB adapter and the Opti-UPS ‘Sentry’ software, the UPS can tell Windows when it has switched to battery…... Listed under:
  284. DIY Ambient Lighting with Hyperion. Works with HDMI/AV Sources || Raspberry Pi
    This is an expansion of my previous Ambient Lighting build. Take a look at it first: http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-your-own-Amb... This time I will add a new function to my DIY Ambient Lighting. Until now It only works with the Raspbmc software. That means that I can not…... Listed under:
  285. Portable Raspberry Pi (Retropie Handheld) Build Guide Part 1
    This is a guide for making a portable handheld retropie system. this is only a guide, this is not really a detailed step by step how-to, although you will see how easy(or hard) it can be. this assumes you are not a beginner and you…... Listed under:
  286. Rolling Alarm Robot
    Ever find yourself turning off your alarm clock without realizing it only to wake up an hour later and have to race out the door? In this build we are going to build a robot alarm clock that makes you work to turn it off!…... Listed under:
  287. 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…... Listed under: ,
  288. Raspberry PI night vision goggles.
    Very simple and cheap Infra-Red night vision googles, using a model A raspberry pi, a NOIR camera and Quanum FPV Goggles. For a while now I have been playing with Multicopters, and whilst I prefer to make the models myself and fly them properly with…... Listed under:
  289. Drinking Dog – Dogs watering and spying system
    Drinking Dog is an easy project that can help you to take care of your pet. During the summer, when i leave at home my dog for several hours, i have the problem that water inside its bowl become warm in few time. Then i've…... Listed under:
  290. How a headless Raspberry Pi can tell you its IP address
    By now, most Instructables users are at least familiar with the Raspberry Pi. It's a full 32-bit computer in the dimensions of a man's wallet. You may even own one and love that it can control lots of electronic objects while still streaming media or…... Listed under:
  291. Join the IOT with your Weather Station – CWOP
    Do-Wop, Do-Wop the CWOP.... In this New Instructable by SwitchDoc Labs you will learn What is CWOP (Citizens Weather Observation Program) How to connect a Raspberry Pi based Weather Station to CWOP What Software Do You Need? How to Register at CWOP How to See…... Listed under:
  292. Internet of Things (IoT) Extension Lead
    Hi Makers! Intro It's about time I shared this one with you all. This project has been going so long, you would not believe. I started this before our Hack Space existed [2011 ish?], and has continued to be in a transient 'not finished, might…... Listed under:
  293. RaspiTrap V1.0
    Hi all, I want to present my Raspberry Pi project. An animal friendly mousetrap with photo, video and email function. You may ask, why somebody would build such a mousetrap? Why not? Video on Youtube Step 1: C.A.D. Design First of all I tried the…... Listed under:
  294. Minimal RaspberryPI base
    This is a plan for immobilising a Raspberry PI in a domestic environment, without children or pets, in order to run it without killing it with static.  I have no idea whether this level of precaution is required, but it's been about two weeks, and…... Listed under:
  295. Home automation with node js , raspberry pi and heimcontrol
    In tutorial will make overview of using heimcontrol platform (is NodeJs application for home automation Open Source under MIT license) Some of there features: Responsive :The responsive design allows you comfortable control of your home devices using your smartphone or tablet. Everywhere : Open your…... Listed under:
  296. Home Monitoring – Support A Loved One Remotely
    We cannot be around the ones we love as much as we would wish. It is hard enough being there for your children but what about parents who might live hours away up the motorway or just across town. I know from my personal situation…... Listed under:
  297. Raspberry Pi controlled room temperature monitoring with Gnuplot image output and email alert ability
    Where I work, there is a very important room which houses lots of computers. The ambient temperature of this room has to be very cool to optimize performance of these systems. I was asked to come up with a monitoring system which has the ability…... Listed under:
  298. Motion Detected Music-Raspberry Pi
    The end result of this project is for someone to walk by the Raspberry pi and have Pandora auto play automatically. Step 1: Installing Pianobar Run the following commands in the Lxterminal which can be accessed from the home screen When copying command make sure their…... Listed under:
  299. Build an arcade machine powered by raspberry pi for a low budget
    So I was inspired by the projects I saw online like the NaCade and the Porta-Pi, and wanted to build somthing similar. Problem was, as a 13 year old kid, I don't really have that much money to spend, apart from gift cards. So instead…... Listed under: ,
  300. Adding a Real Clock Calendar to your Raspberry PI
    The Raspberry Pi doesn’t have a little coin-battery-powered ‘Real Time Clock’ (RTC) module, which keeps time even when the power is off, or the battery removed. To keep costs low and the size small, an RTC is not included with the Raspberry Pi. If your…... Listed under:
  301. Updated People Counter with Raspberry Pi
    This is an updated version of UbiMaker's Open Source People Counter with new scripts. Where I have made mistakes, I will note them, in the hopes that you don't have to do the same! People Counters are an especially useful tool for libraries, and one…... Listed under:
  302. Reuse Unwanted Infrared Remote Control to Launch Graphical Application in Raspberry Pi
    Introduction This is an extension to my instructable "Shutting down and Restarting" Raspberry Pi using a remote control unit. This time, I want to launch graphical (GUI) applications such a a terminal emulator and a browser in addition to shutting down and restarting the RPI.…... Listed under:
  303. Host your own blog from a $25 Raspberry Pi computer
    Now everybody knows it's way smarter to just pay someone to host your website. But what not everybody knows is that it's way more punk rock to Do it Yourself. So what follows are some tips / pointers / instructions for setting  up your own…... Listed under:
  304. PiTank – A web controlled tank with cannon and live video stream
    The PiTank is a web controller tank built for a competition at my school's robotics club. The project took about two weeks to complete with all 5 team members participating in various aspects. Its main projectile are ping pong balls (up to 3).The firing mechanism…... Listed under:
  305. DIY Portable Mini Monitor
    In this project I will show you how I used a 1280x800 LCD Kit to build a battery powered portable mini monitor which is useful for your DSLR camera, your Raspberry Pi or to extend the viewing field of your computer. Let's get started! Step…... Listed under:
  306. RainBerry: Compact, Weatherproof Case for Raspberry Pi A+ and Pi Camera
    RainBerry case is a compact, aesthetically designed, weatherproof case for Raspberry Pi and Pi camera. This project was born out of a need to monitor and protect the garden using a smart Pi camera with computer vision. Step 1: Features of RainBerry Case For most…... Listed under:
  307. Battery Operated Cardboard HDMI Retro TV Stand for your Raspberry Pi
    Your Raspberry Pi deserves its own screen and stand! Why share your Raspberry Pi with the living room TV? Give your Pi its own stand and battery so you can operate it anywhere in the house or in your office. Imagine having your own retro…... Listed under:
  308. Make Raspberry Pi into a LDAP Server to Store User Account Data and Password
    Introduction An LDAP server provide the following benefits: Authenticate for all the users of Raspberry Pis and computers in your network Store files stored /etc directory Store contact details that can be useful for email clients My personal reason of running an LDAP server is…... Listed under:
  309. How to create a Scratch game with Makey Makey controller on a Raspberry Pi
    In this instructable you'll learn how to make a simple game in Scratch on a Raspberry Pi; to make the game more fun you will be controlling it using real world objects (fruit and vegetables) via a Makey Makey. You will need: A Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  310. Centro de cómputo para Niños con Raspberry Pi
    Estos serán los primeros pasos de la Raspberry Pi y para ello necesitaremos: Raspberry Pi 2 Adaptador de red a micro USB Tarjeta micro SD(de 8 gb) Cable HDMI Cargador Ratón Teclado para computadora En caso de contar con un Kit de inicio no necesitas…... Listed under:
  311. Raspberry pi NAS/UPNP MP3 Streaming Torrent Box headless
    Raspberry pi NAS/UPNP MP3 Streaming Torrent Box headless I have a Raspberry Pi model B and a desktop HDD and wanted to host all my music and videos, Todo this I will be using raspbian wheezy for the Pi, mediatomb for the upnp streaming for…... Listed under:
  312. Using IR Remote with Raspberry Pi without LIRC
    I wanted get an IR remote input to Raspberry Pi. I manged to get LIRC installed and tested. Everything was ok, except the very last step. When I wanted pass the IR remote Key value to Python program it doesn't pass it correctly. It passes…... Listed under:
  313. Reuse Unwanted Infrared Remote Control to Shutdown and Reboot Raspberry Pi
    Introduction This remote control in the picture used to control a fan until the fan stopped working. I threw away the fan and saved the remote control unit. This is definitely my personal favourite instructable because it is is useful for lazy people like me.…... Listed under:
  314. How to Install and configure Raspbian on Raspberry Pi 2 (Linux/windows/mac)
    Watch the YouTube Video Here The raspberry pi 2 was announced in February 2015 with a awesome tag of it being "6 times faster". With a 900 MHz quad core broadcom processor and a GB of ram, the performance is evident. With faster boot times,…... Listed under:
  315. Wall Mounted SqueezePlayer with Raspberry Pi
    Build a wall-mounted "SqueezePlayer"-based network music player using Squeezelite, Jivelite and a Raspberry Pi. I built this project because Logitech has stopped making its "Squeeze" line of networked music players. Since the server software is open source, and because I continue to have several network…... Listed under:
  316. Wall Mounted SqueezePlayer with Raspberry Pi
    Build a wall-mounted "SqueezePlayer"-based network music player using Squeezelite, Jivelite and a Raspberry Pi. I built this project because Logitech has stopped making its "Squeeze" line of networked music players. Since the server software is open source, and because I continue to have several network…... Listed under:
  317. How to Make a Raspberry Pi Case From an Altoids Tin
    If you have a Raspberry Pi computer board, you can make a great case for it out of an Altoids mint tin. You'll need: 1 Raspberry Pi computer board 1 Altoids mint tin 1 Plastic gift card 1 Dremel or Small drill 1 Tin snips…... Listed under:
  318. A Raspberry Pi-based Truly Random Number Generator
    Random numbers are essential for all kinds of things, especially cryptography. Computers, however, can only produce pseudorandom numbers, which can be "guessed" by using sophisticated software. Truly random numbers are hard to come by. Luckily, with a few wires and a Ras Pi, one can…... Listed under:
  319. USB Powered Hub Hack For Raspberry Pi External Harddrive
    Step 1: Intro Hi I recently got a Raspberry Pi to use as a HTPC running Raspmc. But came into problems where the Rpi does not provide enough bus power on its USB ports to power a 2.5" external harddrive. So I decided to add…... Listed under:
  320. Low power usage USB speakers – ideal for raspberry pi
    I am in the middle of building a raspberry pi bartop gaming cabinet that runs off battery. One of the issues I ran into was that the 7" monitor I was using had no speakers, and other speakers took up too much power from the…... Listed under:
  321. Instamorph Raspberry Pi Case
    Bloominglabs has had two Build Nights recently, Instamorph and Raspberry Pi 2 / Adafruit. I have combined the two to make a case for the Raspberry Pi from Instamorph.Instamorph makes a nice material for making cases, as it's very sturdy, but easy to modify as…... Listed under:
  322. Easy Node.JS + WebSockets LED Controller for Raspberry Pi
    Hi, in this instructable, I'll show you how to create a lightweight and incredibly responsive web server with WebSockets. I'll use it to control a LED using an Arduino but the concept can be applied to many other projects. Since this project does not use…... Listed under:
  323. 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…... Listed under:
  324. IoT Motion Controlled Servos
    Secure and reliable real time data streaming is essential for IoT. I've seen plenty of demonstrations involving applications or "push button here, LED on over there" type hardware, but a friend and I wanted to make something that was more interactive... a way to almost…... Listed under:
  325. Tabletop Arcade Mame Box for Raspberry Pi
    Hello! Welcome to the build of a 2-player tabletop Arcade emulator! The box is constructed of laser-cut 6mm Baltic Birch, and aside from the wooden parts, you will need. A Raspberry Pi - I used a B+, but B will also fit. Looking forward to…... Listed under:
  326. User Signalled Process System in Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberrypi board is powerful enough to run large operating systems like Linux, Mac and Windows. The Multi-tasking Operating Systems can run several processes at a time creating and effect of parallel processing with the help of the high speed processor. The Linux Operating Systems…... Listed under:
  327. Testing & Setting the USB current limiter on the Raspberry Pi B+
    One of the features of the new Raspberry Pi B+ is improved power handling – particularly round the USB interfaces. There is a device connected to the power to the USB ports that is quite clever – it controls the power and “soft starts” the…... Listed under:
  328. 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…... Listed under:
  329. Group 9 – Prototype I Final Report: Remote Piano Pedal Controller
    Introduction: As a group, we feel that everyone should be able to enjoy the things they love to do despite their limitations. Our project is designed to enable people who are unable to use their legs to operate the pedals of a piano and to…... Listed under:
  330. Boards – Breakout the Pi – I2C, UART, GPIO and More
    This post will be one in a series for all the components available to literally break out the expansion ports from the Pi. This series will cover Breadboarding components to connecting the various Shields and plates that are designed specifically for the Pi. 1. Breakout…... Listed under:
  331. CCTV surveillance using Raspberry Pi
    Overview For Security purposes, we usually need to capture every motion in specified areas. To fulfill this requirement, CCTV cameras were introduced a few years ago. However, this brought along some challenges such as the following: The ordinary security cameras run continuously, in turn recording…... Listed under:
  332. Hermanizer Power Pedal – A DIY Fuzz Box
    For christmas gift to my brother I thought I'd try to make a guitar effect pedal. The main feature would be to have a nice sounding distortion effect, classic rock fuzz. I also found an article on Instructables by Harrymatic discussing adding a timer IC…... Listed under:
  333. Monitoring My Central Heating Boiler
    Hardware Since I was replacing the PC with a Pi, I have only listed the Pi-specific hardware here because the relay unit remains the same: Model B Pi Piface Digital interface card Dallas Semiconductor (Maxim) DS9490R 1-Wire USB adapter Dallas Semiconductor (Maxim) DS18S20 1-Wire thermometers…... Listed under:
  334. PROJECT 2 – Driving a Liquid Crystal Display
    Introduction You can use the Pi to drive a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) to display all sorts of information: it could be date, time, system status, disk utilisation, MAC and IP address, etc. The most common LCD is one based on the Hitachi HD44780 chip.…... Listed under:
  335. Raspberry Pi on a Portable B&W CRT
    Last week at hacklab.to, my friend Igor brought in a Panasonic TR-1030P. This is a black and white CRT, with an astonishingly small 35mm (1.37") screen diagonal, circa 1984. A great find for $5 at Value Village. A good set of teardown pictures can be…... Listed under:
  336. Raspberry Pi Temperature Sensor
    A few weeks ago, I purchased a Raspberry Pi. After reading Eben Upton’s Raspberry Pi User Guide, particularly the two chapters on which he focuses attention on the GPIO, I had an idea for my first project. The post covers the first iteration of a…... Listed under:
  337. Raspberry Pi Flashing Led Simple Circuit Diagram
    Raspberry pi blog - news, announcements, ideas, Looking for raspberry pi news, product announcements, fun project ideas, and stories from the global pi community? read the official raspberry pi blog.. Raspberry pi : adafruit industries, unique & fun diy, Adafruit's goal to help the world…... Listed under:
  338. 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…... Listed under:
  339. Raspberry Pi powered heating controller (Part 1)
    TL;DR:  It should be fairly straight forward to add a Raspberry Pi controlled heating and hot water system to a standard UK domestic set up and, more importantly, remove it again without messing with the existing set up.  As a minimum you’ll need a Raspberry…... Listed under:
  340. LED candle with Raspberry Pi
    The General Purpose Input/Output pins (GPIO) give you power to interact with the real world using your Raspberry Pi. This project will get you comfortable with using the GPIO pins, which will form the backbone of the final project. Traditionally the ‘Hello World’ program for…... Listed under:
  341. Raspberry Pi Webcam Robot – Best Video Streaming Tutorial
    It is always cool to add a camera to your remote controlled car or robot, so that you can see where its heading exactly and probably use a wifi enabled smartphone or tablet to view the video as well.Its very simple now to do this using a…... Listed under:
  342. Control Your Pi with Webiopi
    Webiopi is a fantastic framework for controlling your RPi over the web. I found it a steep learning curve, but once you’ve got head around a few ideas it provides a very powerful way of bringing your RPi to life. I am primarily using it…... Listed under:
  343. RaspiRobot Board V2
    ** Works with the Raspberry Pi2 ** The RasPiRobot Board V2 is an expansion board designed to turn your Raspberry Pi into a robot controller! This board comes fully assembled and includes a switched-mode power supply so you can supply your Raspberry Pi from a…... Listed under:
  344. Raspberry Pi – BI-COLOR RIGHT ANGLE LED – 2xGPIO
    Moving on from "My first GPIO LED", I decided to take a look at a different LED I had in my possession, an L-59BL/1. This LED has 3 pins and I had no idea what they were for, so I Googled it and found this…... Listed under:
  345. Autoadvent: Raspberry Pi controlled LED Advent candles
    A couple weeks ago my Dad mentioned to me it would be cool if advent candles automatically lit themselves according to the date.  (One candle is lit starting the 4th Sunday before Christmas with an additional candle being lit for each of following Sundays).  I…... Listed under:
  346. 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…... Listed under:
  347. The best Raspberry Pi power supply
    Ok, since we already documented a little about the importance of a good PSU (Power Supply Unit) when audio quality is your main concern. As stated earlier, the raspberry pi power supply is also responsible for proper functioning of our tiny device, as a poor…... Listed under:
  348. How to Build a Handheld, Raspberry Pi-Powered Game Console
    The Raspberry Pi is a great little mini-computer for playing classic video games from your childhood. But, thanks to its small size, it's also possible to turn it into a portable handheld game console that plays your favorite titles, from NES to N64. I call…... Listed under:
  349. Raspberry Pi chats to Arduino
    Well I got the Pi working, so what next? After a tiny amount of pondering I decided to get it chatting to an Arduino using the serial interface. I'll try and note down everything relevant so this'll be as much a guide to doing it as…... Listed under:
  350. Raspberry Pi Web-Enabled Irrigation Bypass Project
    A Better Solution The problem with rain sensors lies within how they are engineered. My particular rain sensor works by using absorbent cork discs to detect moisture. When it rains, the discs swell-up with water, depressing a switch which disables the watering. The watering is…... Listed under:
  351. Best Voice Recognition Software for Raspberry Pi
    The best voice recognition software out of three we tested, and how to set it up on Raspberry Pi. On a mission to find the best voice-recognition software for Raspberry Pi, I installed and tested three different systems. Two were internet-dependent and one was offline.…... Listed under: ,
  352. Raspberry pi touchscreen LCD: The Best LCD Tutorial
    Touchscreen displays are always one of the coolest things that you can add to a raspberry pi. Having a neat display always boosts the overall funk of your project. You can build upon a prolific number of applications using portable TFT LCD displays. Maybe create…... Listed under:
  353. Raspberry Pi – Head Mounted Display Tutorial
    Head mounted displays are definitely the latest fad that’s going around town now. You might have seen several wearable displays such as the google glass, and many others including virtual reality systems like the oculus rift. Head mounted displays are primarily used for video sharing,…... Listed under:
  354. Raspberry Pi GPIO with PIR motion sensor: Best tutorial
    This tutorial, based on the latest Raspberry Pi B+/model 2, will show you to interface a PIR motion sensor with the Raspberry Pi. And also guides you to use the GPIO pins on it. The GPIO pins on the raspberry pi are critical when it…... Listed under:
  355. The Best way to Connect Raspberry Pi to Laptop display
    What are the stuff required to do this? Raspberry Pi. Ethernet Cable. Laptop. SD Card with Raspbian. Micro USB Cable. (Optional) Components required for setting it up the first time: HDMI/ AV Display. Keyboard and Mouse. How does it work?  To connect raspberry pi to…... Listed under:
  356. Solar Power, Weather and the Raspberry Pi
    Solar Power, Weather and the Raspberry Pi SwitchDoc Labs is in the process of building a Solar Powered Raspberry Pi Weather Station.   The design will be released as a SwitchDoc Appnote, an Instructable and a series of posts on SwitchDoc.com.  We are right in…... Listed under:
  357. USB MIDI interface
    The RPC is a MIDI controller and implements the age-old 1980s serial MIDI bus, and the Protosynth must be capable of interfacing with it. But in general use a USB device port is much more practical than the three ubiquitous MIDI ports; it allows connecting…... Listed under:
  358. Raspberry PI – MSP 430 – LCD
    DEM16101 LCD unusable No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't figure out how to use it. I think I managed to talk to the KS066 controller correctly (I reliably reset the controller using the initialization sequence) but I could not figure out the voltage…... Listed under:
  359. 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…... Listed under:
  360. Use RPi, Azure, and Cortana to Automate your Home!
    Introduction There is new technology all around us and only more coming every day. Our micro controllers are getting faster, are phones getting smarter, and the cloud is becoming stronger. With all this new technology everyone is asking themselves: How can I utilize it all?…... Listed under:
  361. 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…... Listed under:
  362. WS4E – Ham Radio And Other Stuff
    The Arduino Fox Hunt Transmitter will be documented in another post, in this post I want to document the Raspberry Pi SSTV Field Day Beacon. The one thing that I don't like about the Raspberry Pi is that it only has digital input/output logic lines.…... Listed under:
  363. Reading analogue data on a Raspberry Pi using MCP3002
    I got a bit disappointed with my little bus pirate yesterday. I'll investigate how to update it to fix the odd SPI behaviour another time, but for now, its on to trying to read the MCP3002 SPI ADC chip directly using the Raspberry Pi. However,…... Listed under:
  364. Interfacing an I2C GPIO expander (MCP23017) to the Raspberry Pi using C++ (i2cdev)
    The I2C Bus The I2C bus is a two wire bus developed by Phillips/NXP (4-wire if you want to include power and ground), that is used to connect a single master device to up to 120+ slave peripheral devices. The master device is typically a…... Listed under:
  365. Raspberry pi as an nrf24l01 base station with python for smart home or internet of anything projects
    Internet connectivity in an integral part of  various micro-controller projects, specifically those using the atmega328p with arduino ide/avr-gcc. NRF24l01 modules provide an inexpensive and reliable wireless link. In many projects, an additional avr/arduino is hooked up to a computer with internet connection for linking the…... Listed under:
  366. Configuration Utilities for XBee Radios
    Xbee Radios I purchased two XBee Series 1 Module (Freescale 802.15.4 firmware) from Adafruit.  These are manufactured by Digi and are low-power module with wire antenna  (XB24-AWI-001).  They have a 250 kbps RF data rates and operate at 2.4 GHz.  These radios use the IEEE 802.15.4 networking protocol and can perform point-to-multi-point or peer-to-peer networking ,…... Listed under:
  367. NetWorker – an advanced web server with a microcrontroller
    An Internet connection would be a valuable addition to many projects, but often designers are put off by the complexities involved. The ‘NetWorker’, which consists of a small printed circuit board, a free software library and a ready-to-use microcontroller-based web server, solves these problems and…... Listed under:
  368. PCB designing and isolation milling using only free Software
    In this Instructable I will show you how to design and fabricate your own PCBs, exclusively using free software that runs on Windows as well as on a Mac. Things you need: computer with internet connection cnc mill/router, the more accurate the better 45°/20° V-Bit…... Listed under:
  369. 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…... Listed under: ,
  370. Build an Intruder detector with Raspberry Pi and robomq.io
    Device, sensors and systems connecting together are driving the next generation of applications creating the Internet of Things (IoT). robomq.io provides an open standard based platform to connect your devices and sensors to the back end applications, systems, processes and people, enabling you to build…... Listed under:
  371. Analogue Sensors On The Raspberry Pi Using An MCP3008
    inputs which means it is a bit of a pain to use many of the available sensors. I wanted to update my garage security system with the ability to use more sensors so I decided to investigate an easy and cheap way to do it.…... Listed under:
  372. LED Rubik’s Cube With Arduino
    In this instructable I'll show you how you can build your own LED Rubik's cube. This project was done for an introductory electronics course at Pomona College. Groups were given approximately two months to complete a project of their choosing, the only requirement being that…... Listed under:
  373. Access Control of Door and Home Security by Raspberry Pi Through Internet
    1 INTRODUCTION In this modern world crime has become ultra modern too! In this current time a lot of incident occurs like robbery, stealing unwanted entrance happens abruptly. So the security does matters in this daily life. People always remain busy in their day to…... Listed under: ,
  374. Model Railway Automation
    This note introduces my experiences of using the Raspberry Pi to automate a model railway. Two aspects are covered: •Sending commands to a DCC controller •Detecting a train’s position. Sending commands to a DCC controller The RPi is connected to a Hornby Elite DCC controller…... Listed under:
  375. Raspberry Pi GPIO and LED
    Flash an LED - Works Remotely In this exercise you update your Pi, install the GPIO tools, and write a program to flash an LED ten times. If you use PuTTY to log in remotely, you could flash LEDs on another continent. I have tried…... Listed under:
  376. Solar Powering My Home!
    My home has been solar powered since June 2013 and the power system has proven its reliability. I'm a proud owner of an OFF GRID solar power system. I decided to publish this instructable to let fellow DIYers know the basics to design and install…... Listed under: ,
  377. 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…... Listed under:
  378. Solar powering a Raspberry Pi for Bitcoin mining
    Introduction: As a simple one-GPU bitcoin miner, the recent growth in ASIC (Application specific integrated circuit) bitcoin mining hardware has been a real gamechanger. In my case, there are some disadvantages to the change, namely having to spend the few bitcoins I have mined on…... Listed under:
  379. Air Pollution Detector
    This device is intended to provide the user with a cost-efficient means of determining air quality. Our sensor focuses on the five components of the Environmental Protection Agency's Air Quality Index: ozone, particulate matter, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrous oxide. This device detects all…... Listed under:
  380. Home automation with Raspberry Pi 2 and Node-RED
    Node-RED is a visual tool for wiring the Internet of Things that can be run on a Raspberry Pi and allows for rapid prototyping of projects. In this tutorial we will first set up Node-RED on a Raspberry Pi 2, before creating a flow that…... Listed under:
  381. Raspberry Pi in a NES Case – Part 1 – Wiring up the front panel and external connectors
    Raspberry Pi is a great project computer, it's cheap ($35), runs Linux (or Risc OS) and has lots of resources available aroudn it. When mine arrived, I didn't really know what to use it for, but then it hit me: I can build an emulator…... Listed under:
  382. Resources – Computing Club Sessions – Raspberry Pi 2 – Python
    Overview This is an opportunity to look at another language (Python), another IDE (IDLE) and have another go at Scissors, Paper, Stone. Hardware This is going to use the GPIO pins (the two rows of 13 pins - 26 in total) on the Pi. We'll…... Listed under:
  383. Talking to a ZWave Switch using open-zwave
    Z-Wave is a wireless communications protocol designed for home automation, specifically to remotely control applications in residential and light commercial environments. The technology uses a low-power RF radio embedded or retrofitted into electronics devices and systems, such as lighting, home access control, entertainment systems and…... Listed under:
  384. Raspberry Pi Garage Door Opener with GaragePi
    Introduction When I was little, I used to push the garage door button from inside the garage and then run out the garage while it's closing... carefully jumping over the sensor so I don't trip the safety mechanism. It was easy back then and a…... Listed under:
  385. How To Use GPIO Pins On Raspberry Pi – Buttons And LED Tutorial
    What Are The GPIO Pins on Raspberry Pi? A great feature on the Raspberry Pi is the GPIO pins (stands for General Purpose Input Output). These GPIO pins on Raspberry Pi can be found in 2×13 header pins which can perform tasks include SPI, I2C, serial UART, 3V3…... Listed under:
  386. Design Your Home with Autodesk Homestyler
    Autodesk Homestyler is a free online home design software, where you can create and share your dream home designs in 2D and 3D. The online tool allows you to either upload your existing floor plan or create a new one with simple drag and drop…... Listed under:
  387. Announcing OpenSprinkler Beagle (OSBo) v1.0
    Following the sneak-peak preview, I am excited to announce that OpenSprinkler Beagle (OSBo) v1.0 is now officially released! OpenSprinkler Beagle is an open-source sprinkler / irrigation extension board for the BeagleBone Black. It uses four GPIO pins to control an unlimited number of sprinkler valves.…... Listed under:
  388. beakn v0.3 : DIY Lync Status Light with a RaspberryPi, .NET, Mono and MQTT
    I’m continuing to build out “beakn” my DIY Lync Status light. This is what I’m calling a “maker experience” project. I want to know what a maker goes through to build things so I’m building it with as many different platforms as possible. I’ve built…... Listed under:
  389. Raspberry Pi OpenCV Pan & Tilt Face Tracker
    Create your own face tracking, pan and tilt camera on the Raspberry Pi! This tutorial will demonstrate use of the OpenCV (computer vision) library to identify and track faces on the raspberry pi using two servos and a USB webcam. For the interested, I previously…... Listed under:
  390. 1: A single LED
    Before we even get started with the GPIO, lets make an LED light up by simply wiring it to the +3.3v supply and 0v. So… We have a yellow wire from the Pi’s +3.3v supply to the breadboard and this connects to an LED then…... Listed under:
  391. Morse Code on an LED
    Difficulty: beginner This tutorial will guide you through safely connecting up an LED to your Raspberry Pi and being able to turn it on and off from Python. Then you will write a program to take input from the keyboard and send it out in…... Listed under:
  392. Connecting a 16×32 RGB LED Matrix Panel to a Raspberry Pi
    Overview Everyone loves a colorful LED screen! Our 16x32 RGB LED display is a low cost, and easy-to-use arrangement of bright LEDs - just like the ones used in Times Square! This display makes a fantastic addition to your Raspberry Pi. It is pretty easy…... Listed under:
  393. How to make a Raspberry Pi surveillance and alarm
    It’s the 1st of July,  and hopefully you are lucky enough to go on holiday soon, this is a great way to make a useful project right before leaving home alone! This is a cheap but powerful system of surveillance and alarm,  we know it’s…... Listed under:
  394. Using A Joystick On The Raspberry Pi Using An MCP3008
    While browsing eBay looking at electronics stuff I found a few interesting items to connect to the Pi. The first item was a small 2-axis analogue joystick. They are similar to the thumb-sticks you would find on a modern games console controller. These modules are cheap and…... Listed under:
  395. A cheap Bluetooth serial port for your Raspberry Pi
    While working on my Arduino based robot vehicle project the idea came to me that the Bluetooth module that I'm using as a remote control receiver for my robot would make a great addition to my Raspberry Pi. In this article I describe how to…... Listed under:
  396. Gertboard-Pi Potentiometer Controlled Motor
      In the potmot (for potentiometer-motor) test we use a potentiometer (“pot”) connected to the analogue to digital converter (A/D) to get an input value, and this value is used to control the speed and direction of the motor. It is set up so that at one extreme, the…... Listed under:
  397. Expanding the Raspberry Pi with PiFace and Pi Rack
    The marvellous Raspberry Pi, essentially a cheap, small PC, is a great device for education or home projects like media streaming. Out of the box though, it is not ideal for controlling other devices other than by USB or ethernet. What if you wanted to…... Listed under:
  398. Build Raspberry Pi robots: Best Tutorial for beginners
    If you are a beginner to Raspberry Pi and were looking for a simple hardware project, then look no further. This tutorial will show you to develop a python based robot which avoids obstacles and navigates freely. Obstacle avoiding robots are fairly common and easy…... Listed under:
  399. Raspberry Pi Control Motor Speed
    Controlling a motor is one of the most exciting things you can do with your Raspberry Pi. Motors are power-hungry components. They often require more power than the 3V3 your Raspberry can provide. That’s the reason we will connect the motor to a external power…... Listed under:
  400. Research: Raspberry Pi – Pins, Buttons and Circuits
    In a previous post I wrote about how you can control the function of the Raspberry Pi’s software through writing scripts, but one of the remarkable things about the Pi is that it is also capable of interacting with the physical world through its GPIO pins. GPIO stands…... Listed under:
  401. Raspberry Pi STL in a Box
    I promised more details in the future about the Raspberry Pi STL build. Well, against all odds, I’m going to deliver! The project exists purely to solve a problem with getting audio between two sites for a hospital radio station. They currently use a costly…... Listed under:
  402. A Raspberry Pi Interface Board
    The Raspberry Pi computer is eminently suitable for interfacing. It has 17 GPIO lines which can be programmed to be either inputs or outputs as well as various other functions. They are very low power lines however, and on their own can only drive tiny LEDs.…... Listed under:
  403. Building a segway with Raspberry Pi
    Step 1: Materials Raspberry Pi, AC-to-DC 5V power adapter, plastic enclosure I am using Raspberry Pi 2, with Raspbian installed. Cost $45.0 USB WiFi adaptor, I’m using Edimax Wifi adaptor. Cost $10.0 DC motors x2, wheels x2, car frame, acrylic sheet x2, motor bracket x2,…... Listed under:
  404. Raspberry PI:- USB, Ethernet, crashing and other problems
    Do you have frustrating issues with your Raspberry PI Are you experiencing problems with your PI, you can’t explain or figure out why? You bought what you thought where good accessories (Keyboard, Mouse, WIFI adapter and cables), well read on, you may discover your problem…... Listed under: ,
  405. Cedarville University builds RoboBoat vehicle with 4 Raspberry Pi’s, MATLAB and Simulink
    In Part 1, Sergio described the RoboBoat Competition and introduced our entry, the Cedarville University RoboBoat team. In this article, we will go into depth with regards to how we programmed our autonomous aquatic vehicle’s PC and five Raspberry Pi’s using MATLAB and Simulink. Last…... Listed under:
  406. Tutorial – sPiRobot : Control & See what your Robot is seeing from Anywhere
    Why sPiRobot ? If you are following my blog I always use Arduino Board to make my projects, but for this I use Raspberry Pi as a brain of my Robot. That’s the reason I called this “PiRobot”. aterials ? 1x Raspberry Pi 1x Webcam…... Listed under:
  407. Remote Logic
    The Raspberry Pi is often hailed for its incredibly cheap price. Other low-cost development and educational boards are available (e.g., the Beaglebone), but for some of these systems, the additional peripherals that are required can quickly amplify the cost. The Raspberry Pi, however, is designed…... Listed under:
  408. Aaron’s piHouse Monitor
    ntroduction I have been using microcontrollers for a long time now.  I started in college as part of the program and have never stopped.  Professionally, educationally, hobby, I've done projects of all types. Recently I decided to try something with a Raspberry Pi.  It is…... Listed under:
  409. Home Automation with Raspberry Pi
    The Surveillance System this year I planned to travel with my family to China for a few weeks, so we had to leave alone our house. While being on vacation, I wanted to check sometimes if everything was alright at home. So I decided to…... Listed under:
  410. Part 2: How to build a High-Definition FPV UAV using a Rasperry PI with HD camera, using a high speed WiFi link
    This is the second part of a 2-part series on 'How to build a High-Definition FPV UAV using a Raspberry PI with HD camera, using a high speed WiFi link. In my first post on the subject (located here), I discussed the parts I used, and…... Listed under: ,
  411. 3D Printing MouseAir V2 – Part 1 / Raspberry Pi Project
    The Mouse Air project has been around in various stages since April of 2014. The goal of the project (conceived in a bar, the Fedora in Coeur d’Alene Idaho and named by Sarah, the most excellent bartender there.  And some BlueMoon Beer.) was to be able…... Listed under:
  412. Gertboard Open Collector Drivers: ULN2803APG
    If you were wondering how to use the open collector drivers on the Gertboard version 1, then you have come to the right place. As shown in the diagram, the red area marked out is the open collector driver section. The ULN2803APG is a Darlington…... Listed under:
  413. Raspberry Pi – homemade level converter for serial communication rs232 3.3 volts to 5 volts TTL for AVR microcontroller
    I found that the Raspberry Pi serial interface rs232, described in a older post by myself, was too bulky. Pi and AVR should be connected through a less amount of wires. So I’ve searched the best hints to solder a cheap and uncomplicated level converter,…... Listed under:
  414. PIE1 – Raspberry Pi Sends Live Images from Near Space
    HAB (High Altitude Ballooning) is a growing hobby where enthusiasts use standard weather balloons to put small payloads typically 100g-1kg into “near space” at altitudes of around 30km or so, carrying a tracking device (so the balloon position is known throughout the flight) and usually…... Listed under:
  415. Raspberry Pi – RGB LED conversion
    I was looking at the cost of an Arduino and Ethernet shield and thinking that they are quite expensive compared with a Raspberry Pi.  So time to update my Arduino RGB LEDs project to run on a RPi. As noted all over the web the…... Listed under:
  416. Section 3: Building the Turing Machine
    Introduction In this project, we shall build a 3-symbol Turing machine using 11 bicoloured LEDs to represent the cells on the tape. Green represents a 1, red represents a 0 and a blank is represented when the LED is off. We shall call these the…... Listed under:
  417. Pi Ball – A Spherical and Interactive Raspberry Pi 2 Case
    Here were my requirements - Use a Pi (Raspberry Pi 2 in the case) - Spherical case, that can be bounced, kicked, thrown - Accelerometer onboard to monitor the motion of the ball - Wireless everything! Wireless keyboard/mouse, networking, sound and video (Pi Ball in…... Listed under:
  418. Temperature Measurement for Lab and Science Projects
    Introduction Every lab (home, office, school) needs temperature measurement capabilities. Measuring temperature for science experiments is hard – all sorts of materials, liquids, and chemicals may be involved or a large temperature range may need to be covered. The sensor used for this (a thermocouple)…... Listed under:
  419. A GSM/GPRS & GPS Expansion Shield for Raspberry Pi
    Today we present an expansion shield for Raspberry Pi to control the very effective GSM/GPRS SIM900 and SIM908 (with GPS) modules: in this way it is possible to extend the functionality of Raspberry Pi for mobile applications (eg: remote control) and, by employing the SIM908…... Listed under:
  420. Solar Power on the Raspberry Pi – SunAir
    designed to charge LiPo batteries from Solar Panels and power your Pi. First SunAir Kickstarter Update (Dec 7, 2014) Published here. An earlier generation of this project was used in Project Curacao.  You also can track the sun, detect low power conditions and more.  Works perfectly with…... Listed under:
  421. Project Coffee: Es(pi)resso Machine
    ome time ago, I embarked on a project to control my Gaggia Classic Espresso machine with a Raspberry Pi. Obviously, you can buy a fully automatic “bean to cup” machine… but where’s the fun in that! This project started out with the simple idea of…... Listed under:
  422. G0MRF 29.45 MHz Receiver Project
    In 2007/8 AMSAT-UK put considerable work into a proposal to the European Space Agency (ESA) to place an Amateur Radio payload on the mass dummy on the maiden flight of the VEGA launcher. Known as iSTAR (Integrated Suite for Teaching and Amateur Radio) it was…... Listed under:
  423. Interfacing EM-18 RFID reader with Raspberry Pi
    RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) uses electromagnetic fields to read, monitor and transfer data from tags attached to different objects. It is not necessary that the cards are to be in visibility of the reader, it can be embedded in the tracked object. The tags can…... Listed under:
  424. Controlling Domestic Hot Water Supply with Raspberry Pi
    Contents Background Hardware Pi Wiring Heating System Wiring Software Remote Access Gas Consumption Impact Background I want to implement a Raspberry Pi controlled heating and hot water system. On the hot water side, the objectives are Primary Always ensure there is sufficient hot water available…... Listed under:
  425. Dual DC motor control using pwm with the Raspberry Pi
    This project uses two IRF 630 MOS-FET transistors for pulse width modulation and two relays to change the direction of the two motors. . The circuit diagram is below. The two IRF 630 MOS-FETs are connected to the GPIO 15 and 18 pins of the…... Listed under:
  426. Home Weather Display
    In this project, we use a Grove DHT (Digital Humidity and Temperature) sensor as a Raspberry Pi temperature sensor.  This project uses a Grove OLED display, connected to the Raspberry Pi, to show the temperature and humidity.  You can use this project as designed: a simple weather station for…... Listed under:
  427. Home Energy Monitoring System
    The Purpose (Mission) Monitor, archive and analyze energy consumption in the house Visualize historical consumption data Access data remotely from Web Eventually include data from other sensors, like temperature, pressure, humidity, motion, light, security, etc. UPDATE: Temperature/Pressure sensors added: Additional Sensors for Home Energy Monitor…... Listed under:
  428. Connect a sensor to your Raspberry Pi to warn you when there are noxious gases about!
    o detect a fart with the Raspberry Pi, we need to use a sensor that is responsive to one or more of the volatile sulphuric compounds which make up 1% of flatulence (i.e. the compounds which make farts smell). Essentially, we need to give the…... Listed under:
  429. XMOS startKIT: Building an XMOS and Raspberry Pi Robot XMP-1
    Introduction The XMOS startKIT from Farnell (or Newark) is a very low cost (£12 including VAT) processor platform that works well with the Raspberry Pi. Together is possible to construct robotics applications with almost no soldering required. The XMOS startKIT is a near-credit-card sized board…... Listed under:
  430. Control an LED from your web browser or smartphone using Raspberry Pi
    A first project – Internet controlled LED In this simple, inexpensive project you can connect a light emitting diode to your Raspberry Pi, and turn it on and off using any web browser. There’s even an app for Apple, Android and Windows smartphones. Prerequisites To run this…... Listed under:
  431. Usb Hub Schematic
    Cy7c65632, cy7c65634 hx2vl™ very low power usb 2.0 hub controller cypress semiconductor corporation • 198 champion court • san jose, ca 95134-1709 • 408-943-2600. Click here to receive the iogear newsletter and / or discounts: stay connected; facebook; twitter - iogear news; twitter - iogear…... Listed under:
  432. More Raspberry Pi Electronics Experiments – Gertboard and Potentiometer-Controlled LED Cluster
    More Raspberry Pi Electronics Experiments – Gertboard and Potentiometer-Controlled LED Cluster Posted on February 3, 2013 by rakanalysis One of the things which alerted me to the potential of the Raspberry Pi as an electronics control system was the announcement of the Gertboard before the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  433. Interfacing HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor with Raspberry Pi
    Ultrasonic distance sensors are designed to measure distance between the source and target using ultrasonic waves. We use ultrasonic waves because they are relatively accurate across short distances and don’t cause disturbances as they are inaudible to human ear. HC-SR04 is a commonly used module…... Listed under:
  434. My Raspberry Pi Powered Garage Monitor
    Update #1: Garage Monitor Memory Leak: Part 1. Update #2: I should point out that the arm on the switch I ended up using bent so it stopped working after about a month of use. I really need to figure out a way to mount…... Listed under:
  435. 8 Interesting DIY Raspberry Pi Case Ideas
    The Raspberry Pi is a small, credit-card sized ARM computer that costs a measly $25. For the money you’ll get a full system-on-chip computer capable of running a variety of ARM-optimised operating systems, USB and Ethernet connectivity but no case. Future versions of the unit…... Listed under:
  436. Driving a bi-polar stepper motor with the SN754410NE double H-bridge and a Raspberry Pi
    Bi-polar stepping motors use only two coils and are easily recognized because they only have four wires. Most unipolar steppers can be used in bipolar mode by ignoring the two centre taps. Because bi-polar stepping motors produce the rotating magnetic field by reversing the current…... Listed under:
  437. WeatherPiArduino Weather Board
    WeatherPiArduino is a weather station controller board designed to interface to Arduino and Raspberry Pi computers.  It is an interface board developed by SwitchDoc Labs to allow the user to easily build a fully functioned Weather Station while allowing customization of functions. WeatherPiArduino is derived…... Listed under:
  438. Raspberry Pi Face Recognition Treasure Box
    Overview Face recognition is an exciting field of computer vision with many possible applications to hardware and devices. Using embedded platforms like the Raspberry Pi and open source computer vision libraries like OpenCV, you can now add face recognition to your own maker projects! In…... Listed under:
  439. Mobile Raspberry Pi Computer: Build your own portable Pi-to-Go
    w, yes, the Raspberry Pi Computer, a credit card size mini PC that only cost $35. There are so many possibilities and uses for these small nano PCs. People have made them into PVRs (personal video recorders), retro gaming machines, weather stations, in-car PCs, jukeboxes,…... Listed under:
  440. Remote Controlling a Car over the Web. Ingredients: Smartphone, WebSocket, and Raspberry Pi.
    At Kaazing, we have been experimenting with using a smartphone as a remote control for quite some time now. Those familiar with our demos may have seen our Zing-Pong demo (which is a “Pong”-style game using smartphones to control the paddles over WebSocket) or our…... Listed under:
  441. Back in Black – a DIY raspberry pi Boombox: Wire it Up – Power
    Power The BinB boombox has a different power setup from the prototype - it can be battery powered or AC powered. If you want to run the boombox often on battery, the recommended choice is an SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) battery of good quality. These…... Listed under:
  442. ICStation 4X4X4 Light Cube Kit for Arduino UNO
    CSTATION 4x4x4 Light Cube kit uses 64 cuboid LED,and controlled by Arduino. Expansion board uses two 74HC595 shift register chips, using eight I/Os can light the 4x4x4 Light Cube,it’s hardware resources needed is less than other 4x4x4 light cubic expansion board(needs 20 I/Os to control).…... Listed under:
  443. Interface LED with Raspberry Pi
    Solution Connect an LED (see “Opto-Electronics”) to one of the GPIO pins using a 470Ω or 1kΩ series resistor (see “Resistors and Capacitors”) to limit the current. To make this recipe, you will need: Breadboard and jumper wires (see “Prototyping Equipment”) 1kΩ resistor (see “Resistors…... Listed under:
  444. Raspberry Pi – RS232 Serial Interface Options (Revisit)
    In the previous article Raspberry Pi - Installing a RS232 Serial Port we discussed how to install a RS232 port on the Raspberry Pi.  This is a follow up article to suggest a few alternative interface options as the XBit RS232 level-shifter board has been…... Listed under:
  445. Simulink Offers Easy, Graphical Programming for Raspberry Pi & Arduino
    Every hardware hobbyist has experienced that painful moment when you smell smoke and discover that it's coming from your hardware project. It's a rite of passage. Wouldn't it be nice if you could test your hardware before burning it? At the Open Hardware Summit, held…... Listed under: ,
  446. 1-wire temperature sensor DS1820 at Raspberry Pi (GPIO directly)
    To measure the indoor or outdoor temperature with the Raspberry Pi, there are several possibilities. This article describes the version with the minimal amount of external components. This is based on the DS18S20 temperature sensor and the software emulation of the 1-wire protocol. The DS18S20…... Listed under:
  447. Raspberry Pi Serial Port
    Many of the GPIO pins on the Pi have other special uses.  The most useful of these are the serial port pins #8 and #10, which are transmit and receive for an RS-232 serial port.  By default this port will output diagnostic messages during boot…... Listed under:
  448. Hacking the Lego EV3: Build Your Own Object Sensor “Eyes”
    Although the Lego Mindstorms EV3 kit comes with a variety of cool sensors, wouldn’t it be awesome to build your own custom sensing device? This project will show you how to create your own unique object sensors for your Lego EV3 controller using basic electronic…... Listed under:
  449. How to detect WiFi access points using Raspberry Pi
    As you can see – this system is used as a mobile wireless network (WLAN) detection point. A small computer intended to be used for WLAN collection, including from UAVs. Hardware: IBM Power PC 405GPR processor, 64 MB SDRAM, 16 MB of built-inflash, 4 mini…... Listed under:
  450. Multi-Cell LiPo Charging
    Overview Lithium Polymer Batteries pack a lot of power in a small package. But they can be tricky to charge safely. The Adafruit LiPo Chargers all provide a charging cycle designed to safely charge 3.7v Lithium Polymer cells. But what if your project needs more…... Listed under:
  451. 28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor Control System Based On Arduino With
    ICStation Team introduces to you this stepper motor control system based on the ICStation UNO compatible with Arduino. It uses a ULN2003 chip to drive it. The working voltage is DC5V. It is widely used on ATM machine, inkjet printer, cutting plotter, fax machine, spraying equipment,…... Listed under:
  452. Touch Pi: Portable Raspberry Pi
    Overview In this project we're building a portable Raspberry Pi using the model A+, PiTFT 3.5” display, Powerboost 500C and a 2500mAh lithium polymer battery. We designed this very simple case in CAD - It's a two part enclosure that's fasten together with screws. All the…... Listed under:
  453. Quick2Wire Interface Board – Assembly and Troubleshooting
    TESTS (1) On the Quick2Wire boards there is a 3-pin male header with pins for 5V, 3.3V, GND. I attached the test circuit to 5V and GND — it glowed as it should. Same for 3.3V and GND. So I decided that the board was…... Listed under:
  454. Know all about Raspberry Pi Board Technology
    The Raspberry pi is a single computer board with credit card size, that can be used for many tasks that your computer does, like games, word processing, spreadsheets and also to play HD video. It was established by  the Raspberry pi foundation from the UK.…... Listed under:
  455. Control stepper motors with Raspberry Pi and node.js
    Continuing the journey on how to control things with node.js on the Raspberry Pi I set up 2 stepper motors and controlled them in real time with Hydna. You can can read futher on how to install Hydna on Raspberry Pi here. The to pins…... Listed under:
  456. Interface I2C with the Raspberry Pi
    Note: Full source (still not finished) is available github.com/drcrane/raspberryrfid. The Raspberry Pi has a few different interfaces available to it, one is I2C (a protocol created by Philips and used in many places, it is the basis of VESA DDC!). I had the opportunity recently…... Listed under:
  457. Raspberry Pi GPIO driving Servo
    I have experimented with GPIO on the Raspberry Pi, just turning an LED on and off here. But since then Ben Croston has improved the RPi GPIO Python library to do most of the work in C and I can confirm that it is a…... Listed under:
  458. Raspberry Pi B+ for Sound source
    Still I need good PC for ripping and have to buy source from internet(online). if do you have Good DAC probably reproduce good sound from Raspberry Pi B+ Music server.Raspberry Pi B+ is very small PCB actually small PC for kids in UK.but for Audiophile…... Listed under:
  459. Some fun with 16 RGB LEDs and a Raspberry 3.14159
    RGB LEDs consist of a red, a green and a blue LED conveniently encapsulated in one package. Theoretically one such should be able to produce any colour of the rainbow, but I have restricted my project  - for reasons explained later - to just red,…... Listed under:
  460. Lunchbox Internet Radio Guide
    What I've made is a radio with 6 buttons and a 20x4 LCD screen. There is an "ON" button, and "OFF", "BACK", "PLAY", "STOP" and "NEXT". It is connected to the internet via WiFi, and it powered by a USB hub connected through a Pi-Supply…... Listed under:
  461. Connecting SNES sockets to the Raspberry Pi: An assembly guide
    In a previous post, I described my idea of a universal console with the Raspberry Pi. I presented, what I called, the SNESDev-RPi, which is an SNES-controller interface for the Raspberry Pi. A core element of this interface is a SNES-adapter PCB that I recently…... Listed under:
  462. Raspberry PI Serial Port and Breakout Board
    erial port to the Raspberry PI and breaks out some of the PI's pins for experimentation. The interface board was designed to be simple and used for initial experimentation. It can be built on a single-sided PCB using home-made PCB fabrication methods. KiCad source files…... Listed under:
  463. TNC-X for Raspberry Pi (Packet radio) AX25
    TNC-Pi is a special version of TNC-X designed to interface directly with the Raspberry Pi computer. It can connect to the Pi either via the Pi's serial port, or via the I2C protocol. In the latter case, a single Pi can support multiple TNC-Pi's at…... Listed under:
  464. Using the Raspberry Pi GPIO with Python
    So you got your Raspberry Pi, installed an OS and using it just like your computer. Great! Now what? You didn’t buy a Raspberry Pi just to replace your computer, did you? Well, Raspberry Pi can do a lot more… much more than your computer…... Listed under:
  465. Raspberry Pi – Dual Element Homebrew Boiler/HLT and Fermentation Fridge Controller
    The purpose of this device is to allow someone who makes Homebrew Beer using the “All Grain” method, to control the temperature and timings of various parts of the beer making process when used in conjunction with a home made boiler. However, the physical device,…... Listed under:
  466. NES Controller on the Raspberry Pi
    Part 1: The Hardware & Driver Some time back, I joked that the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO port really stood for Game Port IO… So to make that joke come true, I present a way of interfacing the NES Joysticks to the Raspberry Pi. First you…... Listed under:
  467. Banana Pi BPiDuino UNO Board Module, compatible with for Arduino UNO, available for Raspberry Pi
    Quick Details Package: plastic bag sealed; carton box packed; Model Number: BPI UNO Type: Drive IC Brand Name: BPI Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland) Dissipation Power: 3W Operating Temperature: -10 ~ 65℃ Supply Voltage: DC 5V Application: Computer Specifications Banana Pi BPiDuino UNO Board…... Listed under:
  468. Expansion Shield for RaspberryPi compatible with Arduino
    Let’s expand RaspberryPi functionalities with a shield that is compatible with the Arduino pinout and with an onboard analog to digital converter with 16-bit resolution. Further expansions that we will present in the future will allow you to add a DAC, a number of additional…... Listed under:
  469. ICStation 16 Music BOX DIY Kit Sound Module
    1.Features 16-tone box under your control, arbitrarily issued 16 kinds of interesting analog sound, both an electronic toy can also be used as a doorbell or alarm. 2.A suite of profiles: Kit Model: BOX-16 Operating voltage :4.5-5V PCB size: 48mm (length) * 42mm (wide) Control…... Listed under:
  470. Switching mains electricity with a Raspberry Pi and a remote control
    Home electronics can open up a new dimension in home automation especially when used with an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. There is however a very real danger when using mains electricity, including risk of electricution and danger of electrical fires if the components are not…... Listed under:
  471. Make a torch and burglar alarm in Scratch with the CamJam EduKit and ScratchGPIO
    First steps Like many projects, this one began with Lego. To stop the breadboard sliding all over the place, I created a Lego housing for it and the Raspberry Pi that would keep them conveniently together. My Raspberry Pi is in a PiBow case, which…... Listed under:
  472. What is a serial-to-parallel shift register?
    A serial-to-parallel shift register (or SIPO: Serial In Parallel Out) lets you take a sequence of signals on one output, and split them up into several separate outputs. For example, if you don’t have enough GPIO pins on your Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other computer/microcontroller,…... Listed under:
  473. Raspberry Pi Motor Controller
    Overview An AVR, typically an ATMega168P, is controlled from the Pi via the 3.3V UART, and provides the PWM signals to the Motor Driver. Features Controlled via the UART on the Pi GPIO Header. Up to 2A bi-directional current per channel at up to 46V.…... Listed under:
  474. Lighting an LED using a Breadboard & a Raspberry Pi
    Lights, Jumpers & the Resistance – Jumper wires are typically 22 gauge solid-core wires with insulation pre-stripped and readied for insertion in or out. Resistors resist the flow of electrical current, thereby controlling WHERE and HOW FAST it flows. [Thought experiment: If controlling water, using…... Listed under:
  475. Make an alarm clock with a Raspberry Pi
    Breadboard If you’re new to electronics and the Raspberry Pi (RPi), you might not be familiar with the breadboard. The idea of the breadboard is to allow you to connect up electrical components without needing to solder wires or any other elaborate procedure. It’s basically…... Listed under:
  476. AngelBlocks – Maker Kit
    Introduction AngelBlocks is an open source smart home building block system that is suitable for a wide range of users.  Homeowners with little or no technical skills will find AngelBlocks intuitive and easy to use.  Makers, hackers, and developers will love AngelBlocks because they can…... Listed under:
  477. Super Mega Ultra Pi Boy 64 Thingy Build
    Getting Started! I had recently bought an original Gameboy DMG from Good Will for a whopping $5.00, condition unknown.  Taking a gamble, I purchased it and took it home to find that it had severe damage caused by a battery that exploded and leaked all…... Listed under:
  478. Raspberry Pi gains Wolfson HD audio card
    Newark Element14 and Wolfson have launched an HD-ready Wolfson Audio Card for the Raspberry Pi with 192kHz sampling, MEMS mics, and I/O including S/PDIF. The Wolfson Audio Card extends and enhances the Linux-ready Raspberry Pi’s audio features beyond its native HDMI output with onboard HD…... Listed under:
  479. ULN2803 8-channel RC Servo Port for Raspberry Pi
    Bring in some muscle to your output pins with 8 mighty Darlingtons! This driver chip contains 8 drivers that can sink 500mA from a selectable 5V or DC input voltage supply and has kickback diodes included inside for driving coils. This will let your little…... Listed under:
  480. Monitoring Room Temperatures with Moteino’s and Raspberry Pi
    Introduction Following on from using a Raspberry Pi to capture the electricity consumption of my home, I have over the last 2 years installed Solar Thermal Hot Water panels and very recently Solar PV.  This meant that I had an opportunity to create something I…... Listed under:
  481. Send Raspberry Pi Data to COSM
    The combination of connecting a Raspberry Pi to COSM makes creating a internet of things much easier than it has been in the past. The Pi with it's easy access to ethernet / WiFi and COSM's drop dead simple usability will graph all sensor data…... Listed under:
  482. Fish Feed Time – Wireless Socket Control with the Raspberry Pi
    Overview Being a bit of an unecessary geek, I’ve decided to pimp out my fishtank with a Feeding Time button! “What’s one of those?” I hear you ask! Well… As it’s a Marine Reef tank, it’s a bit fiddly to feed some of the corals…... Listed under:
  483. Motor Protection against Single Phasing and Overheating
    The rise in temperature level of a motor during its operation beyond a permissible limit is known as overheating. The causes of motor overheating are motor overloading, distortion in the supply voltage, impaired cooling capability, unbalanced supply voltages etc. Because of overheating, we can face…... Listed under:
  484. Quick2Wire Analogue Board – Connecting to Raspberry Pi
    This is a short report on how to connect Quick2Wire’s analogue board directly to a Raspberry Pi. The key is the pinout for for the six-pin boxed headers on the Q2W board. I ignored the 5V and Int lines, running lines only for 3.3V, GND,…... Listed under:
  485. Piezo Ring Tones with Raspberry Pi
    The ringtone text transfer language (RTTTL) is a way to represent music data for play on older mobile phones.  The format was created by Nokia for thier phones, but it also works with GPIO pins and a piezo buzzer. This project shows how to use…... Listed under:
  486. Hooked on Arduino & Raspberry Pi
    Infrared Fan Speed Control  This project demonstrates using an infrared light beam to measure the speed of a fan, and PWM to adjust the speed to a preset value.  I used a small 12 Vdc fan from a PC CPU heat sink.  It will run…... Listed under:
  487. Raspberry Pi Launches New Model B+
    The Raspberry Pi Foundation today announced the final revision of the original Raspberry Pi development board. The Raspberry Pi development board since its introduction has actually sold over 3 million units globally, indicating the undoubtable success of the hardware platform. One of the major reasons…... Listed under:
  488. Raspberry Pi B+ Power Protection Circuit
    The circuit functionality is mostly obvious. There is polyswitch F1, a self-resetting fuse which protects the RPI from overcurrent condition. There is the Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) diode D5 which protects the RPI against static discharge and possibly overvoltage condition. However, the function of mosfet…... Listed under:
  489. DIY диммер: guidebook to components
    n the recent past we shar the complete set of gerber-files with our expensive readers. That all interested persons ha possibility to order to themselves printed-circuit boards. As it are inexpensive, as it were ma by us. Today we taken the following step. We published…... Listed under:
  490. Solder Pen, PCB Circuit, Python Programming
    Solder Pen I had some color Sharpies, which never worked very well, even when I first got them. I just tried them, and all but one, would not even write. I threw them in the trash. Later, I got them out of the trash because…... Listed under:
  491. IO Pi
    Introduction: The I2C address bits are selectable using the on-board jumpers. The MCP23017 supports up to 8 different I2C addresses so with two MCP23017 devices on each IO Pi you can stack up to 4 IO Pi boards on a single Raspberry Pi giving a…... Listed under:
  492. Controlling a Servo Motor
    Assembly The servo motors have three pins, two for power: red(+) and black (-), and one for control. Because the servo motor draws too much energy, we need to use the batteries to power the servo (the Raspberry Pi doesn't have so much power. if…... Listed under:
  493. Raspberry Pi CD Box Robot
    English: This project is a work that is taking on many weekends. My son, Gabriel, watched the movie "Wall-E" and proposed that we built a similar robot. I see this model in Dx.com and get inspired by it. We use some scraps we find here…... Listed under:
  494. Raspberry PI Safe Breakout
    I have always wanted to access the Rapsberry PI Gpio pins in a safer manner. Those are not 5V tolerant, and need a level shifter. I came across this really nice level translator chip from TXB0108 from Texas Instruments. It is a bidrectional 3.3 to…... Listed under:
  495. Physical computing with Raspberry Pi
    Difficulty: beginner This tutorial will help you to receive input to your Pi from physical switches and buttons and to debounce if necessary. It will show you how to automatically run a program when a button is pressed (a GO button for a robot, for…... Listed under:
  496. Easy Temperature and Humidity on Raspberry Pi
    Step 1: Connection EzTemp uses the serial port on your Raspberry Pi to communicate. Identify the serial pins on your Raspberry Pi. Then connect: RPi GND to EzTemp GND. RPi Tx to EzTemp Rx. RPi Rx to EzTemp Tx. RPi 3.3V to EzTemp 3.3V. Notice…... Listed under:
  497. 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…... Listed under:
  498. Tweeting coffee machine using Raspbery Pi
    Observing that LED will give us knowledge if it is being used or not. I am using a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) as eyes for the Raspberry Pi. The LDRs change their resistance as per the intensity of light falling upon them. Our goal is…... Listed under:
  499. ramanPi – The 3D Printable Raspberry Pi Raman Spectrometer
    ramanPi is looking for developers!!! ****If you have Python, pyQt4, matplotlib, signal processing, optics, raman spectroscopy or FPGA experience contact dev @ ramapi .org! Or go to dev . ramanPi . org and sign up to the developer forums! What I want to do: Build…... Listed under:
  500. Raspberry Pirate Radio
    This simple hack turns your Raspberry Pi into a powerful FM transmitter! It has enough range to cover your home, DIY drive-in movie, a high school ball game, or even a bike parade (depending on the stragglers). PiFM software not only boldly enhances the capability of…... Listed under:
  501. [Project] Raspberry Pi Powered WiFi Streaming Camera
    Scope: To build a Raspberry Pi powered video camera, capable of streaming over a home wireless network. BOM: – Raspberry Pi (With Raspbian OS) – RPi compatible Wifi Dongle (List here) – Camera Module (Here) – Wifi enabled PC with VLC media player Instructions: Connect…... Listed under:
  502. Browse Anonymously with a DIY Raspberry Pi VPN/TOR Router
    Surf the Internet securely with your very own portable WiFi VPN/TOR router. You can configure a Raspberry Pi with Linux and some extra software to connect to a VPN server of your choice. The VPN connection encrypts your internet traffic so that hackers and spies…... Listed under:
  503. PWMcontrol on Raspberry Pi: installation and first test on Hatalógico board
    Vendor's Description:  Finally I got my first test with Hatalógico and it looks promising: just out of the box PWM working. That means servos working right in the same platform as a powerful linux board! If you don't know the Hatalógico board for Raspberry Pi,…... Listed under:
  504. ”beet box” raspberry pi style
    Step 1: Thing you need the thing's you will need, Any vegetable that is able to fit inside a hole raspberry pi power supply audio amplifier capacitive sensing board wooden enclosure (like on the image above) Step 2: Image if components these are all the…... Listed under:
  505. Getting Started with Phidgets on the Raspberry Pi
    This instructable is an adaptation of one of our blog posts. Before beginning, you’ll want to have a few things in place. You’ll need: A functioning Raspberry Pi (obviously). A separately powered USB hub, since the Raspberry Pi isn't capable of delivering enough power on…... Listed under:
  506. Controlling your Christmas lights with Text Messages
    Step 1: Components needed An Arduino Yun (Wifi Enabled!) - You could use another Arduino with a Wifi Shield though. A Protoshield with (or without) a tiny breadboard a regular breadboard will work as well, but will be less compact. If you want to solder…... Listed under: ,
  507. How to drive Dynamixel AX-12A servos (with a RaspberryPi)
    I decided to use some Dynamixel AX-12A motors for a project, and ended up having to code a library for them, so I figured I would share what I learned. Despite being a bit more expensive, this motor has a couple of advantages over the…... Listed under:
  508. WiFi Enabled Arduino – Interfacing with web APIs
    Are you familiar with Arduino, but are looking for a little more connectivity in your projects? This Instructable goes over a new (and cheap) wireless module that has hit the embedded world hard - the ESP8266. This little module is a perfect way to hook…... Listed under:
  509. Knit an LED Cuff
    This instructable uses circuit knitting and is written specifically for knitters. We'll cover how to create a circuit that uses blue and yellow LEDs, with instructions for hand and machine knitting. Electronic machine users can download the pattern file below to CNC print the knitting.…... Listed under:
  510. Raspberry Pi remote webcam
    This will allow you to create a remote webcam for your Raspberry Pi so that you can view it from any computer on the local network. For this instructable you will need: • Raspberry Pi with an Whezzy Raspbian installed and internet connection established •…... Listed under:
  511. Adding an external power supply to a cheap USB hub
    One day I found myself in the need for a USB hub with an eternal power supply but when I went to a shop I verified they can be quite more expensive than the ones that don’t ha\ve external power supply. No big deal, “I’ll…... Listed under:
  512. Building robots with Raspberry Pi and Python
    The goal of this tutorial is to help you begin programming with Python to control your Arduino robots with a Raspberry PI. We will go over the basics like installation and some simple examples to control your robot from a Python GUI from Raspberry PI. Step 1: Parts list…... Listed under:
  513. Read and write from serial port with Raspberry Pi
    In this tutorial we will see how to use the serial port on Raspberry Pi. We will use the serial port available on Raspberry with a RS232/TTL 3-5,5V adapter and a USB-serial adapter. By default the Raspberry Pi’s serial port is configured to be used…... Listed under:
  514. Weather station using SAMIIO, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi
    This article demonstrates using SAMI with simple, off-the-shelf sensors and hardware. Specifically, we will be gathering climate data from a low-cost temperature sensor and relaying that data to the cloud via SAMI APIs. From there, we can analyze our collected data in real-time or historically.…... Listed under:
  515. Adafruit PiTFT – 2.8″ Touchscreen Display for Raspberry Pi
    Overview Is this not the cutest little display for the Raspberry Pi? It features a 2.8" display with 320x240 16-bit color pixels and a resistive touch overlay. The plate uses the high speed SPI interface on the Pi and can use the mini display as…... Listed under:
  516. Raspberry Pi simple blog server.
    Step 1: Name change to protect the innocent. You will want to change the name of your Raspberry Pi or you might get another server from the web. Also I am sure you have already set up your router to set the raspberry pi address.…... Listed under:
  517. PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#083 – Raspberry Pi Integration
    We have been targeting two communities in the 100 days projects, Arduino and Pmod. In today’s example we will be adding support for the wildly popular Raspberry Pi hardware. In this example we will have the Pioneer board communicate to the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry…... Listed under:
  518. Raspberry Pi, PyFace Digital, the lost documentation, I found it finally
    The Raspberry PI or R-pi from http://www.raspberrypi.org/ is well known these days. It is not an accident that I have one, I have been doing Linux stuff since 1991, and professionally since 1996 I can not skip over these developments, have to keep up with the new…... Listed under:
  519. Controlling Hardware using GUI in Raspberry Pi
    The Graphical User Interface (GUI) helps the user to communicate with the system effortlessly. The GUI is considered as the front end of an application. In a Linux operating system each hardware device is represented as a file. The device can be controlled by simply…... Listed under:
  520. How to Translate SMS Text Messages into Morse Code Using GSM/GPRS Mobile Kit
    Contents Introduction Step 1: Connection Step 2: The code Links and Documentation Introduction Go to index This tutorial allows the user to translate SMS text messages into morse code. When the module receives a SMS it will reproduce it in morse code through the buzzer.…... Listed under:
  521. How to Get GUI on Raspberry Pi
    In this project the Raspberrypi board is booted with the Ubuntu OS and is connected to the Ethernet port of a Windows7 PC. The board is connected to the internet connection as explained in the project how to connect the Raspberrypi to the internet. The…... Listed under:
  522. Audio distribution with Raspberry Pi
    At a glance use a Raspberry Pi to send and receive audio streams over the network streaming is based on standard RTP streams uncompressed audio streaming over ethernet point-to-multipoint broadcasting uses PulseAudio Note: This guide has been written in 2011. Since this time, the software…... Listed under:
  523. The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Bundle – SoftballCam – 2
    This blog is the second installment of a review of the Ultimate Raspberry Pi Bundle provided by element14. I have been waiting for parts and struggling a bit with getting everything working, but finally all electronics are kluged together and functional. Also all software for…... Listed under:
  524. How to Create Buttons in Qt
    In this project the Raspberrypi board is loaded with Ubuntu and is remotely accessed using VNC. The Raspberrypi board is also connected to the internet. Downloading and installing the fourth version, QT4 using commands are already discussed in a previous article. There is another article…... Listed under:
  525. picoReflow
    Raspberry Pi Supported SPI driven Cold-Junction K-Type Thermocouple converter: MAX31855 MAX6675 GPIO driven Solid State Relays (230V heating/fan) PWM driven MOSFET (12V cooling) Python control daemon (running on the Pi) HTML5/Websocket OS independent multi user web-client Live Monitoring & control Browser based Profile/Curve Management +…... Listed under:
  526. Raspberry Pi Sensors
    In this article, by Rushi Gajjar, author of the book Raspberry Pi Sensors, you will see the basic requirements needed for building the RasPi projects. You can't spend even a day without electronics, can you? Electronics is everywhere, from your toothbrush to cars and in aircrafts…... Listed under:
  527. How to Install Qt in Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a device which uses the Broadcom controller chip which is a SoC (System on Chip). This SoC has the powerful ARM11 processor which runs on 700 MHz at its core. This powerful processor and the controller having the peripherals like timers,…... Listed under:
  528. LOGI Pi Quick Start Guide
    Overview This is an out of the box quick start guide that will give you the essentials of preparing and running the LOGI-Apps demos on your LOGI-Pi and Raspberry Pi.  The guide will guide you through the following items to get you up and running…... Listed under:
  529. Controlling a RGB LED attached to a Raspberry Pi through Android
    Project Description I need to be able to control turning on and off an RGB LED utilizing the Raspberry Pi.  I also should be able to turn it on and off using an Android device. Design The design is made up to utilize three different…... Listed under:
  530. Raspberry Pi 2 Kraft Case
    I received my long-expected Raspberry Pi a few days ago. I just couldn't wait to try out my crazy ideas on it. But wait, what if Pi can go portable. What if Pi can still rock on when a power source is unavailable. Problems to…... Listed under:
  531. MBusConnector
    Introduction IoTSyS is an integration middleware for the Internet of Things. It provides a communication stack for embedded devices based on IPv6, Web services and oBIX to provide interoperable interfaces for smart objects. The IoTSyS middleware aims providing a gateway concept for existing sensor and…... Listed under:
  532. Tripod Camera Mount for Raspberry Pi
    This may seem like it already exists, but I couldn't find it anywhere. So, I made it myself: a camera mount for the Raspberry Pi that you can easily mount onto any standard tripod. Step 1: Create the 3D Model I  looked around for an…... Listed under:
  533. e-Health Sensor Platform V2.0 for Arduino and Raspberry Pi [Biometric / Medical Applications]
    IMPORTANT: The new generation of the eHealth Sensor Platform is called MySignals. You can find below a brief description and a comparative between the old eHealth v2 Platform and MySignals. If you want to go to the eHealth Tutorial just click here. Discover MySignals, the…... Listed under:
  534. How to Configure Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a low cost single board minicomputer which can be used for learning the computer basics, programming and easy to interface with the embedded systems. The Raspberry pi is a mini computer which is designed in a single board with all the…... Listed under:
  535. How to drive a Character LCD display using the Raspberry Pi
    In this tutorial we'll take you through how to connect a 16x2 LCD display up to your Raspberry Pi using GPIO pins. Being able to display a message on the LCD is not only very cool but can be pretty useful too, for example in…... Listed under:
  536. Raspberry Pi and Arduino Serial Communication
    Setup and Connections Connect the output of the Arduino TX pin to a voltage divider.  The output of the voltage divider is then connected to the RPi GPIO pin # 10 (GPIO 15).  The voltage divider drops Arduino TX voltage from 5V to 3.3V.  In…... Listed under:
  537. Named Pipe Example Using Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a device which uses the Broadcom controller chip which is a SoC (System on Chip). This SoC has the ARM11 processor which runs on 700 MHz at its core. The operating systems like Archlinux ARM, OpenELEC, Pidora, Raspbmc, RISC OS and…... Listed under: ,
  538. JTAGulating the Raspberry Pi 2
    This instructable will cover how to get a root recovery console on a Raspberry Pi 2 with a NOOBS SD card using a Jtagulator, PuTTY, and three wires. It is thanks to the Instructables Raspberry Pi Build Night sponsored by Instructables and the Rabbit Hole.…... Listed under:
  539. Voice– and SMS–Enabled Light Sensor Using Raspberry Pi and Twilio
    Overview The Hacker School space for our batch had two restrooms: one attached to the main work area, and one downstairs. We thought it would nice to know if the bathroom is occupied before taking the time to walk down. Our project makes it possible…... Listed under:
  540. Using a keypad with Raspberry Pi
    I got two keypads from Jameco.com that I wanted to use with my Raspberry Pi. Turns out it's quite easy, as long as you know what the pinout structure is for the keypad. This instructable will take you through the steps I had to go…... Listed under:
  541. Using a shift register with Raspberry Pi
    This instructable will attempt to explain, in simple terms, what a shift register is, and how you can use it with the Raspberry Pi to expand the GPIO port by running eight outputs with just four GPIO ports. To start with, what is a shift…... Listed under:
  542. Raspberry Pi & Soundmodem – It works!!
    (Part 01) Many months ago I was working on getting a Raspberry Pi working for APRS work. I was experiencing a ton of issues with getting soundmodem to decode aprs signals that were known to be good (ie. ideal recording played back as an MP3…... Listed under:
  543. Raspberry Pi Fridge Minder: receive an email when the door is opened
    The kit comes with project cards and a link to download the accompanying Python scripts. And projects already include a light meter and email notifier, so I decided to combine these two projects into one and make something that will send an email whenever the…... Listed under:
  544. RasTherm – A Smart Thermostat built on the Raspberry Pi
    This page presents my implementation of a smart thermostat using the Raspberry Pi board as the controller, with an added Pi Plate expansion board. This thermostat is controlled using a web page interface, so it can be controlled via any personal computer, smart phone or…... Listed under:
  545. 1. The Pi Plane Project
    summary for the curious Commercial aircraft in Australia (and a lot of the world) periodically transmit their location and the altitude.  Aircraft with ADS-B  determine their position using GPS; and broadcast that position along with identity string, altitude (plus other useful information such as speed). Using some…... Listed under:
  546. Raspberry Pi 3×3 LED Cube
    About a month ago my dad bought a soldering iron and we both learnt to solder by making an LED cube controlled by an Arduino. It was a cool project to show my friends and really easy to build so I have decided to make…... Listed under:
  547. Raspberry Pi & Arduino: a laser pointer communication and a LDR voltage sigmoid
    Plugging the laser module on Arduino Isn’t easy to plug a module when you have no datasheet or some wiring schemes, the chances are that you’ll probably burn it if you provide a current greater than the supported. The module I have was bought on…... Listed under:
  548. Raspberry Pi Controls LEGO Power Functions Train
    Project Description LEGO Power Functions RC infrared control is specified in LEGO Power Functions RC v120.pdf But I wanted to know what my controller (8879 LEGO Power Functions IR Speed Remote Control) was actually sending. So I hooked it up to a scope. Right STOP…... Listed under:
  549. Raspberry Pi AirPlay Tube Radio
    Vintage tube radios are nostalgic. The crackle of the game on the after dark high powered AM station from 500 miles away. The smell of the tubes and the warmth of the tones. They remind us of simpler times. Times when families sat together -…... Listed under:
  550. 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…... Listed under:
  551. Simple way to control 12V DC Motor using Raspberry Pi’s GPIO port and NPN transistor
    I needed to control a DC motor from my Raspberry Pi’s GPIO port as part of my time-lapse dolly project. I had to be able to turn the motor on for approximately 150ms which would in turn move the dolly along by 3mm. Parts 12VDC…... Listed under:
  552. Best Raspberry Pi home automation tutorial: Web based
    The Internet Of Things is the most trending technology today that stands alongside wearables and robotics. It is a very simple concept where devices in our home or wherever they are , have the capability to communicate with each other via the internet.Usually sensors are…... Listed under:
  553. Digital Music Stand: Raspberry Pi + Touchscreen
    IMSLP is one of the greatest things to happen in the classical music world in recent memory. For those who don't know, IMSLP.org is an online library of any and all sheet music that is no longer under copyright protection. You can find pretty much…... Listed under:
  554. Hello World Program using Qt in Raspberry Pi
    Installing the QT in Raspberry pi is very easy using the command line, but it will take 30 minutes to 4 hours to finish the installation depending upon the speed of the internet connection. Downloading and installing the fourth version, QT4 using commands are already…... Listed under:
  555. Debug GPIO with LED
    During the daily device driver development routine, we often need to understand the behavior of the GPIO pins to understand if there is I2C traffic or if our driver is handling the coming interrupts and so on. Sometimes is not enough to mount the debugfs…... Listed under:
  556. Raspberry Pi RetroPie Gaming Station (Optimized for N64)
    Do you want to relive your N64 childhood days or like older games and want to play Zork? How are we going to do this you say? Well, this tutorial is for you! We are going to build a RetroPie Gaming station using a Raspberry…... Listed under:
  557. How to Read Inputs Using Signal in Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a mini computer which is designed in a single board with all the essential components required for running an operating system. The Raspberrypi board is powerful enough to run large operating systems like Linux, Mac and Windows. Linux operating systems especially…... Listed under:
  558. Python Web Server for your Raspberry Pi
    You know some basic Python or you want to learn some and you want to make a website, a web server, a web crawler, etc. - But where do you start? Services like Heliohost or Vlexofree are great for free Python website hosting, but they…... Listed under:
  559. How to Use Timer in Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a device which uses the Broadcom controller chip which is a SoC (System on Chip). This SoC has the powerful ARM11 processor which runs on 700 MHz at its core. This powerful processor and the controller having the peripherals like timers,…... Listed under:
  560. Connect Raspberry Pi to Projector or TV
    When we have a meeting in a meeting room, we need to connect our laptop to a projector to show our desktop. But sometimes, several persons need to show their desktop, they need to change their laptop. This is complex and waste some time. Currently,…... Listed under:
  561. Raspberry Pi Sensor and Actuator Control
    Typically as a programmer you will work with data on disk, and if you are lucky you will draw pictures on the screen. This is in contrast to physical computing which allows you as a programmer to work with data sensed in from the real…... Listed under:
  562. How to connect a Lego Mindstorms NXT Ultrasonic Sensor to the Raspberry Pi
    Abstract Directly connect a Lego Mindstorms NXT Ultrasonic Sensor to a Raspberry Pi. A TCA9517 I2C bus buffer and an additional GPIO pin for SCL is necessary. A short C++ program to read the measured distance is provided. Introduction Raspberry Pi (Pi), despite some shortcomings,…... Listed under:
  563. Bartop Mini Retro Arcade – Raspberry Pi and Customised Icade
    "Approaching" middle age, wanting an excuse to play with a Raspberry Pi, and having great memories of 80s games (mainly spectrum, sega master system, neo geo, and Atari ST) i decided to build a mini arcade machine / retro emulator. Hopefully some of the things…... Listed under:
  564. Servo Motor with Raspberry Pi and PWM
    After my dad and I got an LED to dim using Pulse Width Modulation on my Raspberry Pi, we decided to try to spin a servo motor.  We had a bunch of old servo motors on my robotics team at school so I used one…... Listed under:
  565. Social Alarm Clock
    Authors: Alexandru Radovici, Ioana Culic, Maria Tudor - Wyliodrin Bogdan Doinea - Cisco Networking Academy This document describes how to build a Social Alarm Clock by a team of five people: a manager, a product designer, two engineers and a programmer. Introduction We are going…... Listed under:
  566. Cubieboard/Raspberry Pi case from old external drive
    This is the case I made for my Cubieboard/Raspberry Pi which, back in the day, was an external cd writer drive. This case includes: Power supply Silent HDD mount Fan with speed control The first step (for which I, unfortunately, don't have any pictures) is…... Listed under:
  567. Running an Nginx, PHP, and MySQL Webserver on the Raspberry Pi
    For my project, I am going to be hosting a website on the Raspberry Pi. I want to be able to set the alarm on the alarm clock through the website and have the C++ program interact with the MySQL database to get alarm times.…... Listed under:
  568. Raspberry Pi Scoreboard
    This is a simple project that  tries to use the Raspberry Pi as a Scoreboard.. on a character LCD What we will do in this project is write a python script that will use httplib and rplcd to connect to the internet and display the…... Listed under:
  569. Controlling Raspberry Pi with Pi Buddy
    This is a short tutorial to exhibit the abilities of the Pi Buddy app Step 1: Setting up the Pi In order for the Pi to receive command from the device you must have the necessary files and dependancies installed. Pi Buddy runs off of…... Listed under:
  570. Simple GPIO Control using Pi4J
    The following example demonstrates the simple control of a GPIO pin on the Raspberry Pi. Source Code The source code for this example is included in the github repository: https://github.com/Pi4J/pi4j/tree/master/pi4j-example/src/main/java/ControlGpioExample.java /* * #%L * ********************************************************************** * ORGANIZATION : Pi4J * PROJECT : Pi4J :: Java…... Listed under:
  571. Connect Remotely to the Raspberry Pi
    Picture this: We are excited about hosting a Raspberry Pi build night at our maker space in San Francisco. We have keyboards ready, mouses, power adapters, SD cards loaded with operating systems, refreshments, and a room full of creative technical folk. But....uh-oh....we are 1 monitor…... Listed under:
  572. PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#051 – Music Player
    Today we are expanding on the SD card example that we posted last week. In that earlier example we showed you the new customer SD component used to interface with the SD card. In this example we want to expand on that example to play…... Listed under:
  573. DIY Raspberry Pi Connection Board Featured
    The PCB I did the project in eagle cad placing one Raspberry Pi 2x13 femal connector (step 2.54mm - 0,01") and then placing 4 pin header strip 1x13 with enlarged pads. I need these pads only for soldering the wires to the pcb. After this…... Listed under:
  574. Adding a Joystick to the Raspberry Pi
    Joysticks are really fun to use. They are also much more intuitive than other input devices. Adding a joystick to your Raspberry Pi opens a lot of new doors. You can now use the Raspberry Pi and the joystick to control a robot, a camera,…... Listed under:
  575. Internet Radio with Raspberry Pi
    Since long past times, when Gugliemo Marconi has amazed the entire World broadcasting his radio signals from the Elettra ship, a subject held dear by electronic engineers has been radio transmission. After these years, the scenario has changed a lot, firstly with the appering of…... Listed under:
  576. Raspberry Pi Picture Frame
    he picture frame has come a long way since the last post. I now have the wooden frame for it built and almost done but we will come back to that in a minute. Since the last update I have completely remade some of the…... Listed under:
  577. Raspberry Pi Sous Vide WIP
    This project is to build a Raspberry Pi sous vide machine that can be controlled via the web or via a walk up GUI interface. The main goal is to get something fully functional for cheaper than most commercially available solutions, which start at about…... Listed under:
  578. I2C + Raspberry Pi + Arduino Uno + RPi Camera Board
    UPDATE: I’ve revised the circuit design. I no longer recommend connecting the Arduino Uno to the Raspberry Pi’s I2C pins together without the use of a logic level shifter. The revised design uses one from www.adafruit.com. As part of a larger project I’m doing right…... Listed under:
  579. Raspberry Pi Arcade Game High Score DIsplay for Multiple Locations
    This Instructable will show you how to use a Raspberry Pi board with an existing computer monitor to create an arcade game high score display for your home or office. You and your family or your co-workers can keep an eye on the latest high…... Listed under:
  580. Using both ownCloud and Adafruit’s WebIDE on the Raspberry Pi
    Long story short, I installed both of the aforementioned programs on my Raspberry Pi but, in doing so, I was able to navigate to only ownCloud. After doing some digging around the internets, I found the solution. As  smithg400 on Raspberry Pi’s forums pointed-out, both WebIDE…... Listed under:
  581. HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Range Sensor on the Raspberry Pi
    In previous tutorials we've outlined temperature sensing, PIR motion controllers and buttons and switches, all of which can plug directly into the Raspberry Pi's GPIO ports. The HC-SR04 ultrasonic range finder is very simple to use, however the signal it outputs needs to be converted…... Listed under:
  582. Build Your First IOT with a Raspberry Pi, DHT11 sensor, and Thingspeak.
    IOT or Internet of Things is a hot topic! According to the experts everything will be connected to the internet and all our devices and their data will soon be just an IP address away from us. So where do you start if you want…... Listed under:
  583. Internet controlled SCALEXTRIC
    Race the Raspberry Pi! We wanted to see if we could control the speed of a car via the internet. When we looked for tips on where to start we found that quite a few people had had a crack at it, but the documentation was all…... Listed under:
  584. Raspberry Pi Bluetooth+Airplay Audio Receiver combo
    Let's make a bluetooth audio receiver allowing you hook up your R-Pi to your stereo and use your phone as the sound source. To be honest, this is not a unique project. Plenty of people have attempted to get a bluetooth receiver working, some (less)…... Listed under:
  585. Cloud-based Electronic-Design Tools Gain Traction
    Suppose you want to create an electronic circuit and a corresponding printed-circuit board for it. What software will you use? Unless you already have a favorite, it might be hard to decide: There’s a dizzying array of options, ranging from free software typically targeted at…... Listed under:
  586. Raspberry Pi I2c Interfacing and Programming
    I2C is a multi-device bus used to connect low-speed peripherals to computers and embedded systems. The Raspberry Pi supports this interface on its GPIO header and it is a great way to connect sensors and devices. Once configured you can connect more than one device without…... Listed under:
  587. Raspberry Pi Prototyping Kit
    This is a basic prototyping kit for the Raspberry Pi. It will allow you to quickly and easily prototype your hardware ideas without the needing to buy new kit each time. It is also compact, portable, and a lot more durable than most prototyping kits.…... Listed under:
  588. Single 3.7V Li-ion cell power back-up for Raspberry Pi
    I have a small application continuously running on Raspberry Pi board. Sometimes, in my country, we have (short time) mains power failures. In such situation, my Raspberry board, powered by the wall adapter, turns off immediatly, without any attention for open files, transmissions in act,…... Listed under:
  589. PiGI – Raspberry Pi Geiger-Müller Interface
    Geiger counters are basically just devices which enable us to measure ionizing radiation. In the context of human activity we have to deal with natural radiation sources and artificial ones. Some of the materials emitting ionizing radiation are used to create electricity, others were used…... Listed under:
  590. An Illustrated Introduction to the Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry Pi was originally designed to be a tool for hands-on learning about how computers work. It is also a tool that can be used to make all sorts of creative programming projects. The point of the Pi is to be accessible, and I…... Listed under:
  591. Raspberry Pi / Lego Ball Machine
    In previous posts I detailed how to: Build a Lego marble pump Use C# and Pulse Width Modulation to control motors with the Raspberry Pi Use C# and OpenCV with the Raspberry Pi Camera Module Each one of those projects are pretty interesting in their…... Listed under:
  592. LapPi – A Raspberry Pi Netbook
    The Raspberry Pi is a remarkable machine. Lightweight, powerful, and until now it was completely tethered to a wall socket. The LapPi is built to free the Pi! It's made from a mixture of spare parts, unallocated electronics, and scrapped components & cables I have…... Listed under:
  593. Monitor your home temperature using your Raspberry Pi
    At the end of the project you will have a WWW dashboard that looks similar to this: Multiple Sensors Display a temperature history graph per sensor What you need: Raspberry Pi Model A or B The following parts are available through the    PrivateEyePi Store:…... Listed under:
  594. Build a Raspberry Pi-Based Cable Shutter Release for Sony Cameras
    Replacing a simple and inexpensive remote cable release for your camera with Raspberry Pi may seem like a classic case of over-engineering, but using the tiny machine to control the camera opens up a whole new world of photographic opportunities. Using a simple Python script, you…... Listed under:
  595. Controlling DC Motors Using Python With a Raspberry Pi
    Objective What we plan to do is safely connect one or two motors to the Raspberry Pi with as few components as possible. Once we have the electronics put together on the breadboard, I will show you how to control them easily using Python to…... Listed under:
  596. The “Raspberry Pi” Pie
    For the "PI/E Day Contest" on instructables, I wanted to make a pie which I have not made before. I kept thinking what to do and as I saw a few Raspberry Pi Science projects on Instructable, I got an idea of making a Raspberry…... Listed under:
  597. MBeat USB-M7HUB 7 port hub
    The Raspberry Pi is often not able to supply enough power to USB peripherals through it’s own power supply and a USB hub is recommended to ensure power drops don’t cause problems in the processor.  This means you will need two plug packs. One to…... Listed under:
  598. Raspicase: Caja para Raspberry Pi
    (English version here) Bueno, despues de investigar para que podía usar mi Raspberry Pi comprada en raspipc.es , me di cuenta que gracias al sistema operativo Xbian podía conseguir un media center con acceso a los ficheros de mi NAS, a los de un disco…... Listed under:
  599. Use Itead SDK to Drive a 1602 LED
    Itead Studio made an SDK for linux system of Allwinner A10/20 chip before, which provided users with the underlying hardware driver interface for quick development of upper software, thus those who are not familiar with hardware can easily make a variety of creative applications combined…... Listed under:
  600. Department of Redundancy Department: Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pie
    Pi, is, of course, a useful tool in math - but a Raspberry Pi is a useful tool in all kinds of ways.  We are delighted to own a Raspberry Pi - which is sort of like the Naked Mole Rat of computers: it's a credit-card…... Listed under:
  601. Using 20×4 RGB LCD over i2c with a Raspberry Pi
    Recently, I’ve been dabbling with electronics to fill the void of spare time I’ve found myself with while I’m between jobs. I’m currently working on a half-baked idea to create some sort of digital assistant who will take instructions in some form, and then read…... Listed under:
  602. Adding Webmin to manage a Raspberry Pi
    My preferred method to work with a Raspberry Pi is via SSH. When one installs Raspian from the Raspberry Pi website, SSH is active and available on port 22 (default SSH port number). All one needs is an ethernet connection, a DHCP server and a…... Listed under:
  603. The Minnow Board – A New Small Form Factor
    We attended an "Internet of Things" meeting here this week, and Scott Garman introduced us to a new small form factor, the MinnowBoard. The MinnowBoard is very high performance single board computer (SBC) using a 1Ghz Intel Atom processor, but unlike most SBC's it has…... Listed under:
  604. Arduino watches for a kitchen catastrophe
    I guess I should start by admitting that this article was inspired by my own stupidity. When I was a kid, I left a frying pan on a lit stove. I was probably confused by the tactile controls on the vitroceramic hob. Unfortunately, I unwittingly…... Listed under:
  605. Aeroponics with Raspberry Pi and humidity sensor
    This instructable will teach you how to install an Aeroponics system that is controlled by Raspberry Pi. Aeroponics is plant-cultivation technique that has the roots hanging and is suspended in the air. Nutrient solution is sent to them in form of a fine mist. Aeroponics…... Listed under:
  606. Raspberry Pi Meet Arduino Shield SKU:DFR0311
    Introduction What happens when a Pi meets an Arduino? A simple example would be, when building a mobile robot, we use the Raspberry Pi to extend its vision and get a nice tiny monitor. Meanwhile, Arduino handle nicely with the motor driving part and delivers…... Listed under:
  607. Remaking MSR206 RS232 magnetic card reader to USB
    As you might have noticed, sometimes I work as freelancer in electronics =) It applies not only to fixing PC electronics and mobile phones, but also to repairing, modifying and designing my own solutions in consumer electronics. One of the projects I worked on yesterday…... Listed under:
  608. Simple Raspberry Pi Shutdown Button
    Since the Raspberry Pi foundation decided to leave out an off button to safely shutdown the Raspberry pi, I'll show you a simple method I came up with to build one, so there are no more excuses for yanking the power cable out of your…... Listed under:
  609. Intermission Sound Control with Raspberry Pi
    A few times a year I volunteer to an arts organization and serve as their “house sound and light guy.” I usually run sound and do the lights for the traveling acts if they don’t have a tech with them. The auditorium is in a…... Listed under:
  610. Analog Sensors Reading with Raspberry Pi and Zabbix Supervisor
    Analog Sensors Reading with Raspberry Pi as Interface The Raspberry Pi has no built in analogue inputs which means it is a bit of a pain to use many of the available sensors. We need a A/D interface easy to configure in the RPi and…... Listed under:
  611. Raspberry Pi Android App communication
    Hello everyone Because app's are being used almost everywhere, I decided to make my own tutorial on how to make an app and connect to a MySQL database hosted on a raspberry pi. For exchanging the data between the server and the client, I'm going…... Listed under: ,
  612. Talking to the Formula AllCode robot using the Raspberry Pi
    The Formula AllCode robotics course is great for makers to test their skills and capabilities or for introducing learners to programming and robotics in a fun and motivating way. The robot is compatible with hardware from Raspberry Pi to Android to iPhone, Windows PC’s, MAC…... Listed under:
  613. RasPI-Surv: a Raspberry-based scalable SMS remote controlled video surveillance system
    RasPI-Surv, based on: A system controller based on Raspberry PI A practical (and modifications-friendly) command/telemetry interface via SMS messages, using the very well known SIM-900 module from ITEAD. A set of wireless video cameras with good motion detection feature A internet router/modem with wireless access…... Listed under:
  614. Arm/Disarm Using a Switch
    Project Description In this project I will show you how to arm/disarm an alarm zone using a tactile switch connected to your Raspberry Pi. Software Edit the globals.py file by typing the following command at the command prompt: Configure the arm/disarm variables as per figure…... Listed under:
  615. Boot the Raspberry Pi from USB
    Hello world, time for me to gift some raspberry pi to the people. So here's my story, I recently graduated high school and I've been working with the school's IT guy for my senior year. When I graduated, he decided to get me the latest…... Listed under:
  616. Raspberry Pi – Network Spy Energy Saver
    The subwoofer we had in our home cinema setup died a few weeks ago, so I did my research and found a nice replacement. The only thing I didn't spot was the fact it never goes into standby if there's no signal (unlike the old…... Listed under:
  617. Raspberry Pi Audio Player
    A minimalistic music player based on Raspberry Pi model B with HifiBerry DAC and ATXRaspi power controller I made this with the help (also economical) of my father. Inspired by: http://www.hifiberry.com/forums/topic/small-media-... and http://www.crazy-audio.com/2014/03/a-standalone-st... Here's my first instructable! Step 1: What I used 1. A Raspberry…... Listed under:
  618. A 50 year-old Teletype Powered by a Raspberry Pi
    I’ve been a nerd for a very long time; As a teenager in the 1970’s I drove up to the Western Union office in my hometown of Buffalo, New York and asked if they had any old teletypes they’d like to get rid of; The…... Listed under:
  619. Flood/Water Presence Sensor
    How it works   This sensor has strips of metal plated probes that when in the presence of liquids change the resistance that will activate the internal switch. It can be mounted for example on a skirting board, with the the wireless sensor or Raspberry…... Listed under:
  620. Stream games to your Raspberry Pi 2
    Moonlight is an open source implementation of NVIDIA's GameStream protocol. Moonlight allows you to stream your full collection of Steam games (and other applications) from your GeForce Experience compatible PC to any supported device and play them. These instructions will help you build your own…... Listed under:
  621. Using the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO Pins to Drive an LED
    Scope: To use the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO Pins to turn an LED on and off, and to introduce the basic GPIO functionality of the pi. BOM: – 1 raspberry pi (I’m using rev B) with Raspbian OS installed – 1 LED – 1 1kohm current…... Listed under:
  622. Raspberry Pi Wall Display Without X-Windows
    This Instructable will walk through using a Raspberry Pi and a monitor or television to create a digital sign or display. A digital display like this can be used at home, at a company, or at any organization to display upcoming events, notices, calendars, photos,…... Listed under:
  623. Raspberry Pi Time Clock
    This build combines a Raspberry Pi with a rotary-encoder, an RGB LED and an OLED character display to create a time clock that logs my time on tasks directly to a Google Docs spreadsheet. Motivation Whenever I have to record time against projects, I find…... Listed under:
  624. Build a network-attached storage (NAS) with your Raspberry Pi and an external USB hard drive.
    As with all DIY projects, one of the main hassles is the enclosure to put all of the hardware in. I wanted a quick solution - didn't have the time to make something fancy. After a while I remembered that I've saved my Amazon Kindle…... Listed under:
  625. Kids Build – Raspberry Pi Arcade Cabinet
    We wanted to create an arcade cabinet as a fun project for the kids at our (Coventry) Makerspace, as a group project that could encompass many different skills and techniques, give them a 'big build' to be proud of as a talking point in our…... Listed under:
  626. Raspberry Pi and Arduino: Building Reliable Systems with WatchDog Timers
    Summary: In this Instructable we look at how to build more reliable computer systems using WatchDog timers. We show how to set up and use the Raspberry Pi and Arduino internal watchdog timers. We also explain why an external WatchDog Timer is a better choice…... Listed under:
  627. Raspberry Pi I2C Analog-to-Digital Converter
    The original plan for the Analog-to-Digital Converter was to use the Dallas 1-Wire system and use the DS2450 1-Wire Quad A/D Converter which was advertised as being a 16 bit device but after buying two of the chips which are around £5 each I found…... Listed under:
  628. Raspberry Pi Home Arcade
    Play all your favorite 8-bit video games with MAME and an Arduino Esplora controller. The Raspberry Pi is great for all sorts of small computing applications — 3D printing servers, in-car computing, and more. But the Pi can also be the beating heart of a…... Listed under:
  629. Home media center using raspberry pi
    Using Raspberry pi and a hdmi/vga display from a old desktop monitor, you can create you own home media center. This is a very simple project and requires minimum prerequisite knowledge of programming/embedded systems design. All components used are off the shelf ! Here are…... Listed under:
  630. Raspberry Pi – TESLA BT-100 printer program using GPIO
    Raspberry Pi BT-100 printer program v0.1 (May 2013) Usage: bt100-tlc [options]                    SIGNAL    GPIO -h          print help -D          turn debug on                OUT_LEFT:  17 -B          bidirectional print                OUT_RIGHT: 27 -t file     input text file              …... Listed under:
  631. Serial hookup JeeNode to Raspberry Pi
    One way to connect an RFM12B to a Raspberry Pi is to simply plug in a JeeLink, using the built-in USB capabilities of the RPi. But that’s a bit of a detour – why go through USB? Since the JeeNode’s FTDI connector can use 5V…... Listed under:
  632. Raspberry Pi Christmas Tree Light Show
    This project involves using a Raspberry Pi to drive 8 AC outlets which are connected to Christmas Tree light sets. The AC lights are simple one color strands of lights, but to give a more dynamic range to the light show there is also a…... Listed under:
  633. Control raspberry from twitter
    OBJECTIVE:  Use the Raspberry PI to monitor a Twitter feed and control a mechanical device.If you are not interested in the details of the build and just want to see the result you can watch the vid below. RESULT:  Success!!!  You can control the "The…... Listed under:
  634. STLs and Raspberry Pis
    It’s a weird one. When it first came out, people were struggling to figure out what to do with it. A surprising feature for something that sold out very quickly – the Raspberry Pi. Well, we’ve now come up with another use for them –…... Listed under:
  635. How to turn an USB camera with Raspberry Pi into an Onvif IP Camera?
    Introduction At this instructable, we will make a new interesting Camera solution, which have never seen before! I would like to show you how can you make connection your USB camera and Raspberry Pi with Camera SDK. The goal is to turn your webcamera to…... Listed under:
  636. Raspberry Pi 2 Weather Station
    Our hackerspace (Bloominglabs) recently received an ADS-WS1 weather station from a generous benefactor. Additionally, we were selected by Instructables for the Raspberry Pi 2 hackathon so we got some RPi2's to hack on. For my project, I decided to use an RPi2 to put our…... Listed under:
  637. Raspberry Pi as IR Remote (LIRC)
    If you are like me and hate to look for TV/projector/speakers remote, you will be happy to know that you can use your Raspberry Pi and your computer or phone to act as IR remote. What you need? Raspberry Pi 940nm IR diode (preferable super…... Listed under:
  638. Raspberry Pi Weather Station
    Build a personal weather station with Raspberry Pi that emails you the temperature, humidity, and rainfall. *In a couple of weeks I will be adding a barometric pressure sensor to calculate chance of rain. Step 1: Supplies You will need: Raspberry Pi b and power…... Listed under:
  639. Vertical Hydroponic Farm
    We call our project RUFS, for Robotic Urban Farm System A vertical hydroponic garden Allowing for high density yields and shorter growth cycles Reducing resource consumption - water, fertilizer and space Labor saving - no weeds or soil to till Higher consistency of crops with…... Listed under:
  640. Raspberry Pi enclosure
    (The inlay for this is...really beautiful, and a bit tough to see at the resolution of this instructable.  Check here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hslphotosync/7438625092/sizes/o/in/photostream/ For a full resolution picture) I've been really excited about the raspberry pi for quite a while now, and have been eagerly waiting for the…... Listed under:
  641. Controlling a Raspberry Pi’s GPIO over the network
    The first step in playing with a Raspberry Pi’s GPIO interface is to turn an LED on and off on command, the Hello World of digital electronics. As fun as that is, it would be more fun to do from my mobile phone using my…... Listed under:
  642. How to Send Value Between Processes Using Signal
    Developed By: Ajish Alfred Linux operating systems especially Ubuntu is preferred for all kind of programming and development. In a multi-tasking environment of the Operating System several processes executes at the same time and the Signals provide an Inter-Process Communication (IPC) method. The Operating System…... Listed under:
  643. Raspberry Pi Tor relay
    Tor (short for The Onion Router) is a system intended to enable online anonymity. The Tor client software directs internet traffic through a worldwide volunteer network of servers to conceal a user's location or usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis. Using Tor…... Listed under:
  644. GardenPi: Garden Care with Raspberry Pi
    Like any good “lazy programmer,” I’m always looking for ways to automate. This spring’s project: monitoring and watering my garden. I had a wifi-enabled Raspberry Pi laying around and decided to put it to good use. For this project I wanted to do better than…... Listed under:
  645. Raspberry Pi as webserver.
    This instructable will only briefly show a way to enable webtraffic to your Raspberry Pi. In the last step you'll find a guide to add the content. You'll need: 1 Raspberry Pi 1 Router 1 Micro USB cable 1 Ethernet cable (and of course an…... Listed under:
  646. Getting to know Raspberry Pi
    This is a very simple instructable for those of you who got a new Raspberry PI and a Pi Face and is wondering what can they do. This instructable is also documented on Makeystreet.com - Makey : Getting to know Raspberry PI Parts used :…... Listed under:
  647. Raspberry Pi – Model B+ Setup
    The Raspberry Pi Model B+ is a credit card sized computer with a Micro SD Card as a hard drive and 512MB of RAM. You install a Linux based software onto the SD Card and insert it to the bottom of the Pi. There are…... Listed under:
  648. My Raspberry Pi Pool Timer — Electronic Assembly
    I used to do many projects like this as a teenager, an eternity ago as it seems. One thing I learned the hard way is to always, always, assemble projects gradually, starting with the power. If the power is wrong, in the best case, you…... Listed under:
  649. Raspberry Pi and Custard for Schools
    Raspberry Pi is a low cost credit card sized ARM/GNU based single board computer that runs on a Linux Platform and plugs into your TV, just add a mouse and keyboard and a little imagination.  It will be available to buy soon at around £22…... Listed under:
  650. How to Read Multiple Inputs Using Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a device which uses the Broadcom controller chip which is a SoC (System on Chip). This SoC has the ARM11 processor which runs on 700 MHz at its core. This powerful processor and the controller having the peripherals like timers, interrupt…... Listed under:
  651. Setup Weaved and the Raspberry Pi
    If you’ve ever tried to setup your Raspberry Pi as an Internet of Things device, you’ll know that unless you jump through some massive hoops, you’re stuck serving web pages and data on your local network. Getting information from your Pi on your phone, or…... Listed under:
  652. Attendance system using Raspberry Pi and NFC Tag reader
    With my new toy Raspberry pi I've done several testing projects from instructables, adafruit etc. But after a while it became boring and I've started looking for something actually useful for me. My previous playground was my new phone several weeks ago which came with…... Listed under:
  653. 16×2 LCD Module Control Using Python
    LCD Module Hardware The pinout of the module is : Ground VCC (Usually +5V) Contrast adjustment (VO) Register Select (RS). RS=0: Command, RS=1: Data Read/Write (R/W). R/W=0: Write, R/W=1: Read Enable Bit 0 (Not required in 4-bit operation) Bit 1 (Not required in 4-bit operation)…... Listed under:
  654. Raspberry Pi GPIO game
    You will need... -Raspberry pi model b+ with raspbian and Python 2(which should come with raspbian) -HDMI monitor and cable -3 tactile push switches -Breadboard(you can get by without it be connecting straight to the buttons, but this also works as a stand for the…... Listed under:
  655. Raspberry Pi controlled power bar.
    A latching relay is used in this power bar. With this special relay you can switch on and off a lamp, your PC, your Hard-disk or any other devise with a little python program on your Raspberry Pi Advantage and disadvantage of the Latching Relay…... Listed under:
  656. “Interface Keyboard Or Rs 232 With Or Without Lcd Display”.
    Sabrent sbt-usc1k usb serial (9-pin) db-9 rs-232, General brand sabrent model sbt-usc1k type usb to db9 (rs-232) spec length 1 ft. connector number 2 features features converts a standard 9-pin serial port to usb. Line interactive sine wave ups system 3kva snmp 2u rack, Smartpro…... Listed under:
  657. NFC with Raspberry Pi and Arduberry
    The Arduberry is a simple and inexpensive way to bring Arduino shields to the Raspberry Pi. The device is a shield that slides over the Raspberry Pi and allows you to stack and use Arduino shields. The Arduberry requires no physical configuration to work with…... Listed under:
  658. Raspberry Pi and 1-Wire
    In this article by Jack Creasey, author of Raspberry Pi Essentials, we will learn about the remote input/output technology and devices that can be used with the Raspberry Pi. We will also specifically learn about 1-wire, and how it can be interfaced with the Raspberry Pi.…... Listed under:
  659. LED Blinky in Lua on Raspberry Pi running Mihini on ArchLinux
    After setting up Eclipse M2M toolchain for Raspberry Pi, I wanted to try out a simple lua script to blink LEDs using GPIOs. Here is the schematic and lua script for the same. I used the 3.3V available on RPi for powering the LEDs. 1…... Listed under:
  660. Raspberry Pi Timelapse
    This project will show the reader how to setup and customize a timelapse application using a Raspberry Pi, Model B and a RasPi Camera. The timelaplse can be customized to take pictures as fast as 1 per second or any time slower to once per…... Listed under:
  661. Setup Raspberry Pi
    Here is everything that you need to set up your raspberyPi. The Pi itself. The included power cable. An Ethernet cable. I also used an hdmi to dvi cable since my monitor did not support hdmi but any hdmi to hdmi cable would work too.…... Listed under:
  662. Preparing Raspberry PI for JTAG Debugging
    This tutorial shows how to prepare your Raspberry PI board for debugging with JTAG. Using JTAG will allow debugging the Linux kernel using hardware like Segger J-Link. As Raspberry PI board does not have a connector with a normal JTAG layout, preparing the board for…... Listed under:
  663. Compact High-Performance 12V 20W Stereo Amplifier
    Amplifiers which run from 12V DC generally don’t put out much power and they are usually not hifi as well. But this little stereo amplifier ticks the power and low distortion boxes. With a 14.4V supply, it will deliver 20 watts per channel into 4-ohm…... Listed under:
  664. Smart patient monitoring system using Arduino or raspberry pi
    INTRODUCTION :- Monitoring vital signs and locations of certain classes of ambulatory patients can be useful in overcrowded emergency departments and at disaster scenes, both on-site and during transportation. To be useful, such monitoring needs to be portable and low cost, and have minimal adverse…... Listed under:
  665. Raspberry Pi at Work: Serial Console Server
    It is some time passed the last (modern) Millennium. We are now in the age of "Cloud Computing" yet there are still those who staff 24/7 Data Centers...... Where Inevitably "Legacy Systems" Lurk , running some forgotten but critical applications on hardware systems passed their…... Listed under:
  666. Camera control via shutter release cable
    Many cameras have a 2.5mm audio jack in the side for a remote shutter release cable, and it can be used to wake up the camera if it has gone into power-save move and also take pictures. For now, I have only tested this against…... Listed under:
  667. Raspberry Pi review – the price is right, but the software is not…
    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have at least heard of the Raspberry Pi. Since the creation of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a not-for-profit charity created by Eben Upton and David Braben, the credit-card sized computer has rarely spent a day out of…... Listed under:
  668. Raspberry Pi accessories tin
    After waiting several months, my Raspberry Pi finally arrived. As it comes quite naked, you need some accessories to use it. First you need a SDCard to store your operating system, then you need some connection to a display, if you use it for penetration…... Listed under:
  669. A Raspberry Pi 2 laptop!
    This is a step by step guide on how to make a Raspberry Pi laptop by yourself! Step 1: Intro. Okay, I got my Pi2 yesterday. And straight away I got an idea in my mind, 'Why can't I do this?' And I started building.…... Listed under:
  670. Getting Started with Raspberry Pi: “Hello World” Programming on Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry pi is a microcontroller board which runs on a SoC chip from the Broadcom with ARM11 processor at the core. The Board is a mini computer itself without any input or output devices but ports provided to connect them. The board is designed…... Listed under:
  671. Integrating a traffic light with OP5 through a Raspberry Pi
    The last couple of months, I have been amazed about the Raspberry Pi. I won’t go into great detail on this wonderful device, other than the obvious. It is cheap It comes with Ethernet, HDMI It runs Debian Linux It has GPIO, general purpose input…... Listed under:
  672. Raspberry Pi: Airplay Reciever
    Today I am going to show you how to setup your Raspberry P (Model B or A (With Ethernet adapter) as an Airplay receiver. It is very simple to do and will not take much time at all. Step 1: Materials (Sorry for the bad…... Listed under:
  673. AM03127 LED marquee + Arduino + Bluetooth = RaspberryPi remote control
    After some days of soldering, testing and coding I am now able to control my LED marquee remotely via bluetooth from my Raspberry Pi. Using an Arduino Pro Mini (5V model) and the HC-05 module mentioned in my last blog post, I was able to…... Listed under: ,
  674. Adding More Temp Sensor
    Since my previous post I have added a couple additional temperature sensors to my piHouse project.  One is an outdoor temperature sensor that I previously programmed but never installed outside, and the other is a new sensor in my bedroom.  This involved some hardware planning…... Listed under:
  675. Raspberry Pi Media Panel
    I wanted a simple yet elegant panel that would display the current weather, my photostream from Flickr, The time and my iCal feeds Step 1: Configuring the Raspberry pi First we'll setup the Raspberry Pi, to do this you'll need to have Raspbian installed. You…... Listed under:
  676. Raspberry Pi Pandora Streamer
    I recently finished a project to turn the Raspberry Pi into a music streamer.  I had seen a couple of other projects here and here that were the same basic concept, so I knew it was possible (this is nothing new...just new for me), and…... Listed under:
  677. Clap Switch Suite/Electronic Production/DIY Kits
    Description Package name: clap switch kit Kit Model: PSK-1 Operating voltage: 5V PCB size: 28 * 49mm How it works: Q1 and Q2 composed of two audio amplifier circuit, the audio signal is accepted by the MK1 C1 is coupled to the base of Q1…... Listed under:
  678. Raspberry pi “Power” case
    I am big fan of Raspberry pi and i am using it as NAS and torrent box among other things. I hate wire clutters and i only use my raspberry pi with putty, so i decided to make a little mod, so you can plug…... Listed under:
  679. Webcam over 3G with Raspberry PI
    Description This project was about a personal challenge that my Dad asked me to do it. Everything started more than one year ago when I was trying to do it with Arduino but I lost a lot of time because I couldn't make everything works…... Listed under: ,
  680. RaspberryPi Universal Expansion Board
    Introduction Raspberry Pi is a widely used Arm development board and the Digilent Pmod interface is used to connect low frequency, low I/O pin count peripheral modules to host controller boards.  This expansion board is a bridge to connect all kinds of Pmods to the…... Listed under:
  681. Sugru Raspberry Pi corners
    This instructable will show you how to quickly add Sugru Pi corners. Sugru molds like play-doh, then hardens into rubber. It sticks to most surfaces as it dries. We want to identify our placements to avoid closing off ports and add enough clearance so that…... Listed under:
  682. How to Send Message between Processes using Signal in Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberrypi is a board actually designed for helping computer education for remote schools but it is a good platform for programmers especially beginners to explore various coding techniques. Linux operating systems especially Ubuntu is preferred for all kind of programming and development. The Raspberrypi…... Listed under:
  683. Raspberry pi gone vintage
    The project is a vintage radio shell with a raspberry pi and external speakers inside of it. This project came from my need to have a tasteful raspberry pi enclosure without it looking like a raspberry pi case. I also had the need for some…... Listed under:
  684. ANDY: A Multi-Purpose “Humanoid” Robot
    How the Software Works Here is a quick overview of how the current software works from startup to shutdown. All the code is open source, so you can browse through it here. Below is a basic flowchart. Step One: Startup Andy To start Andy, flip the…... Listed under:
  685. Raspberry Pi Emulation Station
    Have you got a Raspberry Pi but not sure what to do with it? Well, I'm going to show how to turn it in to a 'console' doing this will allow you to play any game you like from the older platforms. I would recommend…... Listed under:
  686. Motivational Bathroom Scale
    Introducing the latest and greatest in health technology: the Motivational Bathroom Scale. Getting unwanted family comments about your recent weight gain? Now you can get criticized by both your family and your bathroom scale! Simply enter your goal weight with the keypad and step onto…... Listed under:
  687. Article: Meet OAP — an open robot reference design project
    Have you ever dreamed of building your own Linux-based droid [that could] roam around your home autonomously, intelligently obeying your commands?” asks Dafydd Walters. “You may now be able to finally fulfill your dream.” Walters founded and leads the Open Automaton Project (OAP), which aims…... Listed under:
  688. Willy the Self-Driving Toy Car
     For our final project, we built a self-driving car that takes in inputs for a final destination and drives itself from its initial location to the final destination. The idea for this final project requires an LCD to display the location that the car is…... Listed under:
  689. Raspberry Pi Hard Case
    The other day I finally received my Raspberry Pi Model B in the mail!!!  It only took 6 months.... but at least it arrived. Regardless, I now have it in hand an am happily projecting away.  Of course I could spend 30-50$ odd dollars online…... Listed under:
  690. Raspberry Pi Thief Detector
    What is a Raspberry Pi ? The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore…... Listed under:
  691. Monitoring Temperature With Raspberry Pi
    The Problem: I recently remodeled my home office and I now have a dedicated closet for my electronics (Server, NAS, AV Receiver, etc.) During the build I planned for heat remediation by installing an exhaust fan that dumps air from the closet into my adjoining…... Listed under:
  692. Raspberry Pi B+ Shark Fin Lego Case
    Looking for a Lego Raspberry Pi B+ case ? Then you have come to the right place. I made this Instructable as I could not find a Lego case tutorial for the RPi B+. *This case was designed before I received my RPi (So if…... Listed under:
  693. Raspberry Pi Radio Transmitter
    The Raspberry Pi is a very useful computer that can be used for many different things. The people over at Imperial College Robotics Society have a new way to use your favorite treat. They designed a program that turns the Pi into an FM radio…... Listed under:
  694. Raspberry Pi Ipad
    This is a completely awesome project. It is a home made Ipad That costs less the $100! You need very little programming skills. If you want a cheap Ipad and you love making things this is the project for you! Please vote for me in…... Listed under:
  695. Circuit Note: Raspberry Pi Pinout Diagram
    If you build it, they will program. The genesis of the Raspberry Pi came from a few college students concerned about the dwindling number and skills of students applying to study Computer Science. Newer computers and game consoles have replaced the old machines where most…... Listed under:
  696. Using the Raspberry Pi Wobbulator to test the G6LBQ Multiband Bandpass Filter
    Finally, I decided to use the Raspberry Pi Wobbulator to test the frequency response characteristics of the G6LBQ multiband bandpass filter which I had built as part of a homebrew transceiver project. The fully assembled filter board is shown below (it is part of a…... Listed under:
  697. Simple Raspberry Pi Portable
    This is a very simple instructable that will show you how to put together a little portable Raspberry Pi. Watch the video for visual instructions:Video Step 1: Parts and Tools A Raspberry Pi This could be any raspberry pi, but I chose the Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  698. Raspberry Pi Portable
    Today I will show you how to make a portable and compact raspberry pi portable computer. All pictures were taken with my new Oneplus One phone so all of the pictures should be clearer than in my older photos that were taken with an iphone…... Listed under:
  699. Test DS18B20 sensor
    sudo modprobe w1-gpio sudo modprobe w1-therm cd /sys/bus/w1/devices ls cd 28-xxxx (change this to match what serial number pops up) cat w1_slave The interface is a little unreliable, but fortunately it tells us if there is a valid temperature to read. It’s like a file,…... Listed under:
  700. Hardware button and LED to control association in wireless networks
    Almost all wireless technologies use some kind of association process to enable devices to join the network. Such a process is typically initiated by pressing a button on the network controller and by subsequently pressing another button on the device to associate. Software gateways, like…... Listed under:
  701. Home Security Email Alert System using Raspberry Pi
    In this tutorial we will look at how to setup up your raspberry pi to take picture of the intruder who enters your home and send an email to you whenever you are not at your home. Step 1: What You’ll Need Raspberry Pi running…... Listed under:
  702. $199, 4.2” computer is Intel’s first Raspberry Pi competitor
    The Minnowboard: More expensive, more powerful, more open. With the Raspberry Pi, Arduino Due, and BeagleBone, the world is full of cheap, tiny computers that can be used by creative developers in everything from robots to space flight. One thing these platforms have in common is an…... Listed under:
  703. Pi on / off PSU relay switch
    As everyone is aware the Pi has no on / off power supply switch the only way to turn it off is to physically remove the micro USB cable or to turn off the main adapter / pull plug from the wall. Turning off from…... Listed under:
  704. PiPlay a raspberry pi aiplay server
    Hello, In this instruct able, I will be showing you how to make a raspberry pi airplay server.To start off, you will need to get a raspberry pi. The model A, B or B+ will work.To allow the raspberry pi to run, you will need…... Listed under:
  705. Switch through custom data with 16×2 LCD screen and Raspberry Pi
    Introduction After starting my circuit testing with some LEDs and switches I moved up to a small 16×2 LCD screen (HD44780 controller) with the Raspberry Pi.  The configuration of the LCD pins and base code for output to the 16×2 LCD screen is taken from…... Listed under:
  706. Wooden Raspberry Pi Handheld
    Hello, this is a step-by-step instruction on how to make a wooden raspberry pi handheld. Step 1: Things you need First you need a raspberry pi, no matter if you are using a model A or B. I used a raspberry pi model B because…... Listed under:
  707. AirPlaying music and video from iPad to Raspberry Pi—it’s as easy as…
    There are so many incredible things you can do with a Raspberry Pi. You could build a robot. Invent a new kind of musical instrument. Or send the tiny computer nearly into outer space on a picture-taking balloon adventure. Sadly, I have no idea how…... Listed under:
  708. Raspberry Pi Garage Door Opener with streaming video of door status.
    This Instructable modifies two other guides. Just got a Magnetic Sensor hooked up with door status on page. Step 1: Do these Instructables First You need do this Instructable @http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Garage-Door-Opener Then do this one @ http://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-webcam-server/ Next I will show what I changed to make…... Listed under:
  709. Interfacing Digital Compass (HMC5883L) with Raspberry Pi 2 using Python3
    Initially, I was working on a maze solving robot. Instead of using ultrasonic and infrared on Arduino Mega for wall following like my friends did, I try to do something different using the digital compass and Raspberry Pi 2. This experience is totally new for…... Listed under:
  710. Third Eye Visions
    Lighting Up An Led Using Your Raspberry Pi and Python Once you've setup your Raspberry Pi according to my getting started tutorial, you are ready for your first real project. Let's light up an led using the Python programming language and the GPIO pins on…... Listed under:
  711. Wooden Raspberry Pi picture frame
    The Raspberry Pi is an interesting, versatile and powerful low cost computer that can be used for various applications. I have one dedicated as an entertainment center running OpenELEC. It was quite easy to set the system up, integrate it into my network and hook…... Listed under:
  712. Raspberry Pi PCF8563 Real Time Clock (RTC)
    Having recently received my Raspberry Pi, one of the first things I wanted to do was hook up a real-time clock chip I had lying around (a NXP PCF8563) and learn how to drive I2C from the BCM2835 hardware registers. Turns out it’s quite easy…... Listed under:
  713. ICStation DIY Kit 5V to 12V Step-up Power Converter Module DIY K
    Description 5V to 12V booster module is based on MC34063 chip booster module, can realize the input 5V voltage, stable output of 12 v voltage. A, Principle that This circuit mainly include filter capacitance, booster chip MC34063 and resistance, lose Into the voltage through the…... Listed under:
  714. Portable Raspberry Pi (V4)
    The Raspberry Pi. Its a $35 computer the size of a credit card. Being very small, its great for its portability. However, this is usually the problem as it is hard to make it portable. Over the past year and a half, I have worked…... Listed under:
  715. Raspberry Pi driven 128×32 LED sign
    This is a 128x32 pixel LED display built from 8 "P10" LED Panels and a Raspberry Pi board. The code its running is takes UDP data from another computer and displays the pixels in either one or two bits per pixel. The sign is pictured…... Listed under:
  716. 11 Arduino projects that require major hacking skills—or a bit of insanity
    Raspberry Pi has received the lion's share of attention devoted to cheap, single-board computers in the past year. But long before the Pi was a gleam in its creators' eyes, there was the Arduino. Unveiled in 2005, Arduino boards don't have the CPU horsepower of…... Listed under:
  717. DIY: Temperature Monitoring and Regulation for HomeBrew
    Beer brewing is a fun hobby, whether you wanna just brew something easy from a kit, or take the time to fine-tune your preferred style. With every batch, there are always two things that weigh heavy on a brewer’s mind: risk of contamination or, depending…... Listed under: ,
  718. Turn the Raspberry Pi into a Bluetooth Device
    Introduction I have a Bluetooth Radio USB device that was gathering dust when I stumbled upon it. So I thought I should put it to use with Raspberry Pi. This instructable is about my learning journey of adding a bluetooth interface to Raspberry Pi. Target…... Listed under:
  719. A Raspberry Pi controlled mini CNC Laser engraver [last update Jan 18,2014]
    About the capability of the engraver Due to the size limit of DVD drives, the machine can only engrave within an area of 36 mm by 36 mm.. So it can do little pieces of wood, plastic board or part of  iPhone cases, but not…... Listed under:
  720. DIY Social Integration Kit- Raspberry Pi
    A number of sensor applications in recent years collect data which can be directly associated with human interactions. one can use the sensor data in order to model the underlying relationships and interactions. It also leads to a number of challenges, since such data may…... Listed under:
  721. The Raspberry Pi – Lapdock Connection
    Now that you have your nifty new Raspberry Pi, you'll need a display for it. Teensy analog monitors are pretty cheap, but what you really want is a decent HDMI display. Unfortunately, they're expensive, running from $150 on up into the thousands for the huge…... Listed under:
  722. Rhe PeaterPiPyr – a simplex repeater using the Raspberry Pi
    This page describes how to use at $25-$35 Raspberry Pi single board computer, a USB sound card, some Python code, and a two-way radio to create a simplex repeater.  A simplex repeater is also known as a store-and-forward voice repeater.  Unlike a traditional duplex repeater…... Listed under:
  723. Creating a $99 parallel computing machine is just as hard as it sounds
    Ten months ago, the chipmaker Adapteva unveiled a bold quest—to create a Raspberry Pi-sized computer that can perform the same types of tasks typically reserved for supercomputers. And... they wanted to sell it for only $99. A successful Kickstarter project raised nearly $900,000 for the…... Listed under:
  724. Setting up phpMyAdmin and MySQL on Raspberry Pi
    As part of my ongoing efforts to create a really awesome alarm clock with my Raspberry Pi, I had to set up some MySQL databases. I have very little experience with MySQL, and the idea of setting up tables, users, and all that jazz via…... Listed under:
  725. Raspberry Pi Heat Sink
    Project Difficulty: Easy Project Time: Less than 5 minutes Materials Needed: Thermal compound Small heat sink (I got mine form an on-board graphics processor on an old computer) Tools Needed: Hack saw (With metal cutting blade) Vice File (Optional) Screw Driver (Optional) Knife (Optional) Step…... Listed under:
  726. Solar Driveway Light to MSP430 Wireless Sensor Node
    The basic idea of this project is to convert a $3-4 solar light found at Lowes and Home Depot hardware store (here in the US) into a wireless remote sensor node.  The node will utilize an MSP430G2553 MCU and a nRF24L01+(w/ spirilis library) wireless module…... Listed under: ,
  727. 1979 Bang & Olufsen Raspberry Pi Internet Radio
    This is a 1979 Bang & Olufsen Beocord 1500 cassette recorder that I've converted into a standalone Raspberry Pi internet radio. The analogue VU meters are driven by the Pi via a DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter) circuit, with the current time, station and track…... Listed under:
  728. PiRacerX – Android controlled RC car using Raspberry Pi
    Short description: We made a car, wich acts as wifi acces point. Users conect to our car and then, they are able to acces our webpage. There you'll be able to download aplication. After the application is installed, the phone makes an UDP session with…... Listed under: ,
  729. Raspberry Pi and ZenMINER Heatsink and Fan
    I wanted to overclock my ZenMINER which is a Raspberry Pi booting from a custom Raspbian image. The device is normally warm to the touch after it has been running for 30 minutes. This unit will be in service 24/7, so it definitely needed extra…... Listed under:
  730. Raspberry Pi Analog to Digital Conversion Experiments and Howto
    The Raspberry Pi is a great little educational computer, but all models of the Raspberry Pi miss a critical ingredient for electronics experiments – an Analog to Digital converter. I am constantly working on upgrading my lab, and one of my needs is to measure…... Listed under:
  731. Control Stepper Motors With Raspberry Pi: Tutorials and Resources
    The title of the article can be as well as ‘Let’s build robots using stepper motors and the Raspberry Pi,’ because everything you need is a good example of where you can learn how to control the spin direction, speed, and the rotation of a…... Listed under:
  732. HY28B Touch Display with Raspberry Pi
    There are quite a few displays out there that can be used with the RPi. Apart from those having an HDMI adapter or being connected via the composite output most bare bones displays have a parallel or serial data interface. Both of these last two…... Listed under:
  733. An LCD Expansion Shield for your RaspberryPi
    Today we introduce a great LCD expansion shield for Raspberry Pi that allows you to create an interface to control applications without the need to constantly keep a monitor, keyboard and mouse connected. Cool! Isn’t it?  The enhanced value of a micro PC as Raspberry…... Listed under:
  734. DIY Stripboard/Veroboard Enclosure for Raspberry Pi (Part 2)
    16-LED Stripboard Top Schematics, Soldering, and Testing I had decided to design the top board of the enclosure with several LEDs, 3 LEDs on both side, and a Raspberry fruit (6 red LED) and 2 leaves (4 green LED) in the middle. Before getting started,…... Listed under:
  735. Raspberry Pi Internet Weather Station
    This Instructable will show you how to build a really cool Raspberry Pi Internet-based weather station. Actually, to call this build a "weather station" is a bit of an under statement. This build could easily be extended to provide much more than simply the weather.…... Listed under:
  736. Raspberry Pi and Breadboard (Raspberry Leaf)
    If you are using your Raspberry Pi with Breadboard, and you have lots of connections to make, then the Pi Cobbler from Adafruit is pretty neat. However, sometimes you only need to make a couple of connections and the Cobbler is overkill and a few…... Listed under:
  737. X100/105/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+
    The X100 expansion board designed for use on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) computer platform. The board supplies RPi with a regulated +5V from a wide-range voltage source and also contains a real-time clock, a RS232 master port, a HDMI to VGA converter, 3-port USB hub,…... Listed under:
  738. Microcontrollers: The Basics
    Overview Different kinds of computers are designed for different purposes. The computer at the heart of your laptop is optimized for different puprposes than the one in your phone or the one in your mouse. The simplest computers are those that are designed to take…... Listed under:
  739. Simple Handheld controller for Raspberry Pi
    So I recently programmed a small game with python that was completely controlled by a few GPIO buttons. Over the past few days, Ive been messing around with it, finding ways to make it better, when I decided, with my small breadboard, it would be…... Listed under:
  740. Control a Relay From Anywhere Using the Raspberry Pi
    If 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…... Listed under: ,
  741. Make Raspberry Pi a Multi-User Desktop
    Introduction I want my daughter to use the Raspberry Pi for her school work and learn programming. I could buy her a Raspberry Pi or I could share my Raspberry Pi with her. I chose to share the Raspberry Pi with her. After completing this…... Listed under:
  742. Web control four rotator, fifteen relays and many other features that come from Raspberry PI RemoteQTH server.
    Main functions: Control the four rotators using the light buttons, rotary encoder and with a two-line display for each rotor. Same control remoted via web interface or telnet - only click to map and confirm rotating. Rotator module can directly control the motor of the…... Listed under: ,
  743. Real Time Clock for RaspberryPi
    I bought a Real Time Clock module (RTC) about 6 months ago and I've only just taken it out of its anti-static bag. With two potential projects in mind that may require an RTC, I opened the packet, wired it to my RaspberryPi and then....not…... Listed under:
  744. Raspberry pi Tracer interface
    Everything started with the fact that the MT-5 display wasn't what I really needed. I was in the need of checking the charging from the device using the battery: my trusty Raspberry pi (1 B at the time). I managed to stumble over this instructable…... Listed under:
  745. Circuit for Photodiode-Pi Interface
    Here’s a diagram I did today for the interface between the photodiode and the Raspberry Pi. First, the photodiode allows small amounts of current to flow when light is shone on the device. this current is amplified by the BJT (so, just a normal transistor…... Listed under:
  746. Mini Arcade Cabinet Project
    Cabinet is made from 6mm mdf with 12mm mdf base. My own design inspired by full size cabs and other designs ive seen around. Parts - Raspberry pi model B with 8gb sd running retropie 2.3 7" lcd and control board removed from an old…... Listed under:
  747. XBMC Media Center with Raspberry Pi
    Media Centers are useful tools that allow users to organize and play their media, including videos, music, and pictures. Media Centers make it possible to stream content from multiple computers to a home entertainment system or other central location. In this tutorial, we will show…... Listed under:
  748. Read analog data, in Java Raspberry PI
    mportant: This document goes along with the code at https://github.com/OlivierLD/raspberry-pi4j-samples/. In the sources, refer to ADC The goal here is to read analog data from a Java program running on a Raspberry PI. For this example, we will be using a potentiometer like this one.…... Listed under:
  749. How to Use Signal Values and Messages to Read Multiple Inputs
    Those who have worked on simple microcontrollers know how difficult it is to continuously check for an input pin status without affecting the other task of the microcontroller like displaying and SSD, playing a music etc. In a Multitasking environment of an Operating system like…... Listed under:
  750. A simple analog proximity sensor with digital interface (for Raspberry Pi) [last update: Feb 7, 2014]
    Raspberry Pi has a Broadcom BCM2835 chip, which controls 26 GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins. There are C library or RPi.GPIO python package available online that can be used to control the pins. The RPi.GPIO package is by default included in most Raspberry Pi system, such…... Listed under: ,
  751. LEGO MINDSTORMS Motors with Raspberry Pi (BrickPi 0.1)
    Since we first got the Raspberry Pi, we have wanted to make a robot out of it.  There aren’t many kits out there yet that let you do that (yet).  This HowTo Raspberry Pi Project shows you how we hacked together a motor controller from…... Listed under:
  752. Raspberry Pi Home CCTV System
    Hello, In this instructable, I will be showing you how to make a small CCTV system using the raspberry pi. I have wanting to do this for a while and have now got round to doing it! For this build, you will need the following:…... Listed under:
  753. Raspberry Pi reading BMP085 Temperature & Pressure
    Another fun little i2c device acquired cheaply via eBay.  It reads barometric pressure and temperature.  There’s some relatively simple maths to convert the outputs to something readable. Once again, ADAFruit provide a fantastic guide and library for using the device in their Using the BMP085 with Raspberry…... Listed under:
  754. Raspberry Pi Gate Opener
    This is a raspberry pi project that enables you to open your garage/gate with any kind of web browser! Step 1: Gather those supplies. Raspberry Pi - 35$ Relay Board - 5$ Your Gate Opener - (You will be sacrificing the gate opener) Great. Now…... Listed under:
  755. Raspberry Pi I/O Expander Board
    To simplify using the the MCP23017 I/O Expander on the Raspberry Pi I’ve made a little plug in board using a  Slice of Pi from Ciseco. The Slice of Pi is a handy little PCB that plugs directly onto the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins and gives a…... Listed under:
  756. 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…... Listed under:
  757. BeaconAir On Raspberry Pi / iBeacons
    BeaconAir is a Raspberry Pi based project that reads the advertising packets coming from iBeacons and roughly calculates the physical position of BeaconAir by Trilateration.  This is an application that uses my new iBeacon Python library that READS iBeacons on your Raspberry Pi.  It does not turn…... Listed under: ,
  758. Raspberry Pi B+ boot from SD Card
    The new Raspberry Pi model B+ uses Micro SD cards(WOOHOO!!!), wait what if I have SD cards from my old Pi's I want to use? That is what this instructables was created to help you do. Thanks to the Raspberry Pi foundation and the community…... Listed under:
  759. Linux-powered quadrocoptor has three cameras
    A startup called Pleiades is over a third the way to its Kickstarter goal for funding a hackable Linux quadrocopter that starts at $520. Spiri, which runs Ubuntu Linux with Robot Operating System (ROS) extensions on a dual-core Freescale ARM SoC, is an airborne craft…... Listed under:
  760. Raspberry PI based Motor Speed Control
    The main objective of this project is to develop a speed-control system, for a DC motor, that alters voltages applied to the armature by using a Raspberry Pi board.The speed of the DC motor is directly proportional to the voltage applied across its terminals. Hence,…... Listed under:
  761. Raspberry Pi Firewall and Intrusion Detection System
    Maybe you think "Why should I protect my pivate network? I've got no critical information on my computer, no sensitive data". Are your emails really public? Don't you have some photos you don't want to upload to Facebook, because they're private. Do you really don't…... Listed under:
  762. 3D camera (with Raspberry Pi)
    Although 3D camera's are usually said to be really intricate, hence their price, it turned out the basic principles aren't really that difficult to replicate. Granted it is troublesome to get the quality of professional products, compared to their cost, this is a neat homebuilt…... Listed under:
  763. Raspberry Pi: 3x3x3 LED Cube
    If you do a web search for LED cubes, you will notice that they have been built so many times and anything less than 8x8x8 is a bit of a waste of time. Knowing all of this, and basically because I am bored out of…... Listed under:
  764. PiLarm: Portable Raspberry Pi Room Alarm
    I’m always on the lookout for those teachable moments. Inspiration struck me when my 5-year-old asked for help in keeping his little brother from sneaking into his room. I spotted the perfect time to teach him about inputs, outputs, and programming. Learning is easier when…... Listed under:
  765. Raspberry Pi supercapacitor micro-UPS seeks funding
    Nelectra is crowdfunding a supercapacitor based micro-UPS for Raspberry models B and B+, enabling brownout protection and “last gasp” shutdown sequences. Bratislava, Slovakia based Nelectra’s first product was a generic “Juice4Halt” supercapacitor based micro-UPS (uninterrupted power supply) module aimed at single board computers used in…... Listed under:
  766. Simple Raspberry Pi Input Output. Tricopter
    This is a simple input output switch/LED for a Raspberry Pi, What this allows is for the user to tell the raspberry Pi to do a selection of tasks without the Raspberry Pi being connected to a TV/Monitor or Keyboard/Mouse. WHY?? Well I wanted to…... Listed under:
  767. How to build your own Quadcopter Autopilot / Flight Controller
    Contents Introduction Reading the Radio Inputs Controlling the motors Determining Orientation Acrobatic / Rate mode control Stablilised Control Final Product - video and full code Other ideas: Safety Optional: Raspberry Pi Optional: Autonomous Flight Introduction This article will walk you through building your own controller…... Listed under:
  768. Raspberry Pi Lamp LAMP Server
    I was using a Raspberry Pi as a LAMP server.  I also needed a new lamp for more lighting.  My brain then decided I should combine the two, thus creating a Lamp LAMP server.  Fun and completely nerdy at the same time.  Here is how…... Listed under:
  769. Geolocation Tracker (GPRS + GPS) with SIM908 over Arduino and Raspberry Pi
    The new shield designed for Arduino and Raspberry Pi integrates the SIM908 module which counts with both GPRS and GPS technologies what allows to easily perform realtime tracking applications. The idea is simple: read the GPS coordinates (longitude and latitude) and send them by using…... Listed under:
  770. Pi in the Sky transceiver – Raspberry Pi Frequency Synthesiser (Part 1)
    Method 1 The simplest way to generate a frequency is to apply a voltage to a crystal, the piezo-electric effect will take over and the crystal with resonant at a particular frequency. However, as this was going to be a multiband, multimode transceiver; crystals could…... Listed under:
  771. Cardboard Raspberry Pi Wifi Internet Radio
    What to do with the small cardboard box full of Raspberry Pi related junk, besides watch it sit slowly collecting dust. Surely it should be doing something interesting? Failing that it could be a wifi radio, I suppose. Notes on how I converted a cardboard…... Listed under: ,
  772. Using CircuitDraw to create electronics diagrams
    Today I will show you how to use Estimcad CircuitDraw to create diagrams for electronics and robotics projects. This is the second article in a series outlining the installation and use of CircuitDraw.Other Articles: Introduction to CircuitDraw Using CircuitDraw to create electronics diagrams Adding secondary…... Listed under:
  773. Complete tutorial for a raspberry pi beginners .
    This instructable helps you to setup raspberry pi for the first time without hdmi monitor .By the end of this tutorial you can see the raspberry pi desktop screen from your server laptop. difficulty level:- 1/5 Not required any technical knowledge My current project: (Check…... Listed under:
  774. Interfacing an SPI ADC (MCP3008) chip to the Raspberry Pi using C++ (spidev)
    In this entry I will demonstrate how to interface the MCP3008; an SPI-based analog to digital converter (ADC) integrated chip, to the Raspberry Pi. This enables  the Raspberry Pi to interpret analog voltages that are in turn typically emitted by analog-based sensors to reflect a…... Listed under:
  775. Raspberry Pi 2 (Model B+) Setup
    This is awesome: the newest version of Raspberry Pi (as of 2/25/15) has come out. It's called the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B+. This little board is 6X faster than a Raspberry Pi Model B+ and has 1GB of RAM, which the B+ didn't have.…... Listed under:
  776. raspberry-pi-home-automation
    A node.js based home automation system based around the Raspberry Pi. For background around this project: Installation To get started, clone the repository and install the required dependencies. git clone https://github.com/anders94/raspberry-pi-home-automation.git cd raspberry-pi-home-automation npm install Hardware The Raspberr Pi needs a little bit of circuitry…... Listed under:
  777. Add a $15 Display to the Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry Pi is a great little board and packs a lot of punch. But many times you just need a small display to show some information from your project. It can be the local weather, system status, an interactive menu or anything that you…... Listed under:
  778. Arduino/Raspberry Pi 2 LED Matrices
    Does anyone know if I can use a single Arduino or Raspberry Pi to control two 32x32 LED matrices as sold on the Adafruit website? Here is a tutorial where you can wire the 32x32 matrix. Ideally, I'd like to be able to control them…... Listed under:
  779. Raspberry Pi GPIO Protection
    After damaging the GPIO port on our raspberry pi while designing a new solar monitoring system we decided that it might be a good idea to build a buffer/level translator to protect the GPIO pins from over voltage and ESD spikes.  The board would need…... Listed under:
  780. Home-Made Raspberry Pi Cobbler
    Looking at the Raspberry Pi Cobbler in Adafuit's wonderful collection of RPi accessories, I decided that it would be a much better method of connecting the the RPi GPIO to a breadboard than an old IDE cable with wires stuck in the end. I didn't…... Listed under:
  781. MoPi is mobile, hot-swap and 24/7 power for the Raspberry Pi.
    I want one! (how to order) Something not working? Raise an issue. (In early 2014 we ran a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first production version, which is due for delivery in June 2014. If you missed it, you can get one from Pimoroni.)1 Contents…... Listed under:
  782. Setting up a VNC Server on your Raspberry Pi
    If your Raspberry Pi is purposed to do a task that normally does not require a monitor, mouse and keyboard (or any human interaction for that matter), sometimes it is useful to access your Raspberry Pi's operating system without having to connect a monitor, mouse…... Listed under:
  783. DIY Alarm Monitoring System w/ Raspberry Pi + Foscam + Sensors
    The Raspberry Pi is an amazing device. Although not the most powerful mini computer out there, it bolsters a tremendous support community, tons of hardware add-ons and coding libraries to your heart’s desire. The Raspberry Pi also makes an affordable media player but so much…... Listed under:
  784. USB sound card
    Description. Designing and building a USB sound card is no longer a head ache because we have got the PCM 2702 integrated circuit from Texas Instruments. The PCM2702 is an integrated 16 bit digital to analog converter that has two digital to analog output channels.…... Listed under:
  785. Lego Dashboard Mount for Raspberry Pi
    When I got my Raspberry I've decided to develop an algorithm of real time lane and vehicle detection. I got it done. Now it's time to put the Raspberry Pi on my car's dashboard. However, I would not like to leave it fixed on the…... Listed under:
  786. Controlling your TV or any infrared device with a Raspberry Pi
    Although the Internet of Things is relatively new, controlling devices remotely is as old as sin; devices have been using IR remotes for ages. There is a lot of untapped potential from the infrared devices sitting in your home. Besides the raspberry pi, you can…... Listed under:
  787. Customize and build your own smartphone using a Raspberry Pi and 3D printing
    For anybody who can remember when the first smartphones came out such as the original Blackberry, the technology was groundbreaking and changed the way we interact with each other and the world-at-large.  Over the years, the various iPhone models have updated to make living in…... Listed under:
  788. Turning your Raspberry Pi into an HTPC
    In this instructable, I will show you how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an HTPC with a Linux distribution called Raspbmc. From the About section of Raspbmc's website: Raspbmc is a minimal Linux distribution based on Debian that brings XBMC to your Raspberry Pi.…... Listed under:
  789. 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…... Listed under:
  790. How much power can be provided through USB?
    We can see that the 5 volt line (+5V0) is powered directly from the USB input power, through a 1.1A, 6V Polyfuse (miniSMD). I believe this means that the 5V input is current limited to 1.1A (maximum hold current, not peak). Let's assume that you're…... Listed under:
  791. Raspberry Pi OLED Internet Bandwidth Display
    This is a bandwidth monitor using a Raspberry Pi and an OLED display to graphically show the internet bandwidth into and out of our house. A video showing it working is above. Sometimes if the internet is slow or not working very well it can…... Listed under:
  792. A Raspberry Pi Build Light for TeamCity in Mono
    Some Background… After I bought my Raspberry Pi I went through a little period of uncertainty that most other owners have, asking myself “how do I make this thing useful?” It didn’t take long before one of my colleagues created a GitHub repository for a…... Listed under:
  793. Controlling LIRC From the Web
    In this post I will cover how to create a web interface + API for LIRC, the Linux Infrared Remote Control project. I will be using NodeJS and a RaspberryPi in this post, but the ideas generalize to other languages and hardware. This post will…... Listed under:
  794. Raspberry Pi B+ Getting Started Guide
    This is a tutorial on getting started with raspberry pi b+ model.If you like it please vote and follow Step 1: Downloading Noobs Google raspberry pi noobs download it will be the first result.You can download network or offline I recommend the offline one it…... Listed under:
  795. Display and Control Section for AD9835 project
    Now that the power supply and filter section for the function generator have been designed and realised it is time to concentrate on the control section.  We need a way of controlling the signal generator.  Lets discuss buttons!  We need buttons on the front panel…... Listed under:
  796. Communicating over serial between Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
    Now that my robot has a Raspberry Pi on board I wanted to be able to send commands from the Raspberry Pi to the Arduino telling the robot what to do. In the future I also want the Arduino to be able to send sensor…... Listed under: ,
  797. How To Boot Raspberry Pi With NOOBS
    In case you don't know, the raspberry Pi is a credit card sized computer. It was originally created to help youngsters learn how to program. Since the projects launch this tiny board has come a long way. There are are several models of the Pi.…... Listed under:
  798. PDC8544 LCD python bindings for the Raspberry Pi
    Documentation and Python library module for interfacing a PCD8544 LCD screen to a Rasbperry Pi. Cheap Nokia 5110 modules can be picked up on ebay with a breakout board for a few pounds. Further technical details for the LCD screen can be found in the…... Listed under:
  799. 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…... Listed under:
  800. Raspberry Pi (low level I/O electronics control)
    Topic Discussion Overview Installation from scratch Hardware Pin Out Raspberry Pi, HelloWorld for I/O pins Understanding UART, SPI, I2C port on Raspberry Pi Networking on Raspberry Pi Accessing Raspberry Pi through the network C Programming Python Programming Java Programming List of frequent used Commands Add…... Listed under:
  801. PiCy – The Tiny Raspberry Pi Powered Robot!
    Build your own tiny Raspberry Pi based robot out of a few easy to obtain bits! You will need: A Raspberry Pi. A PiCy pack kit, which contains: Two motors and two wheels. A battery holder for two AA batteries with battery clip. Two 40mm…... Listed under:
  802. Prototyping Circuit Boards
    Someone recently turned me onto prototyping circuit boards from dipmicro.com and wow! Awesome! (So you know, I am in no way affiliated with dipmicro, I was just really impressed) Yes, that's right, I'm excited about prototyping circuit boards. Let me tell you why, then let…... Listed under: ,
  803. Raspberry Pi lirc_rpi – (IR Remote control) LIRC GPIO driver
    The driver: The driver is actually a modification of the lirc_serial module. I decided to create a new one separately because I couldn't hack it into the serial nor the gpio driver. The serial driver uses the DCD of the serial port, which is not…... Listed under:
  804. WhatsApp on Raspberry Pi
    In this tutorial we will see how to use WhatsApp with Raspberry Pi. We will use the Yowsup library we had already used in these tutorials: WhatsApp message from Phidgets SBC , Phidgets WhatsApp - ask the status of your sensors. These days the library…... Listed under:
  805. DDR DIMM SPD Adapter for Raspberry Pi
    All computer DDR memory today have little I2C EEPROMs to store vendor, configuration and module spec information. This is done to allow computer to detect memory type, and configure memory interface to correct speeds and voltages according to module spec. This mechanism is based on…... Listed under:
  806. Building a Raspberry Pi Cluster – Part 2
    The Grand Finale In a previous post on Building a Raspberry Pi Cluster, I wrote about how we built a cluster  using several Raspberry Pis. This cluster was used for hosting the WSO2Con App. In this post we will take a look at the finishing touches…... Listed under:
  807. IoT 101 Project: Stream Temperature from your Raspberry Pi
    “Hello World!” – This is likely the output of the first program you ever wrote when learning how to code. Setting up a device to stream temperature data is quickly becoming the de facto Internet of Things (IoT) “Hello World!” project. If printing “Hello World!”…... Listed under:
  808. ICStation Heart-shaped Colourful Dazzle Light DIY Kit
    1. The circuit description This circuit is consist of the STC89C52 minimum main system and 32 colorful LED display components. It uses the STC89C52 Microcontrollers as the control chip and drives 32 I/0 to control the 32 F5 colorful LED.( We have finished the Microcontroller program for the DIY…... Listed under:
  809. Biosignal PI, an Affordable Open-Source ECG and Respiration Measurement System
    Farhad Abtahi 1,*, Jonatan Snäll 1, Benjamin Aslamy 1, Shirin Abtahi 1, Fernando Seoane 1,2 and Kaj Lindecrantz 1,3 1 School of Technology and Health, Royal Institute of Technology, Alfred Nobels Allé 10, Stockholm SE-141 52, Sweden; E-Mails: [email protected] (J.S.); [email protected] (B.A.); [email protected] (S.A.); [email protected]…... Listed under:
  810. Geiger Counter – Radiation Sensor Board for Raspberry Pi tutorial
    Contents Manifesto The Board The Geiger Tube Types of radiation Supported Geiger Tubes Testing Sources Actuators From CPM to Sieverts Source Code Schematic Participate Buy Links and Documentation  NOTE: All the code examples in this tutorial use the arduPi library. You can see the documentation…... Listed under:
  811. Use Raspberry Pi to Create Obstacle Avoiding Robot Chassis
    Raspberry Pi is quite suitable for robot creation.  Its GPIO pins could be used to control the motors and sensors, and itself could work as a server, and get controlled via Internet. The Plan I am going to create a robot chassis, which could automatically…... Listed under:
  812. Raspberry Pi – Jack of all trades.
    Raspberry Pi is a sort of jack of all trades when it comes to being a single board computer based on the Arm processor. It can be a desktop, media player/streamer, web server, forensics machine, and do most of what all linux based machines can…... Listed under:
  813. Jig To Load a Bootloader and Upload Sketches To ATmega328P
    Note: I only write about what I know. Although there are many Arduinos and Arduino type products, I only have experience with the Arduino Uno Rev3. Likewise, the only Atmel microcontroller I know is the ATmega328P. A Little Background (well not so little) I have…... Listed under:
  814. Bluetooth Speakers using Raspberry Pi
    hi guys long time since i wrote a tutorial, this tutorial tells you how you can use any old speaker lying around your house into a wireless bluetooth speaker, this can also be an cheap bluetooth audio device receiver for your car. This is not…... Listed under:
  815. Raspberry Pi Powered Lego Car
    Two things have happened recently that have contributed to my tinkering hobby. Firstly - My Raspberry Pi arrived after a long (but worth it) wait. Secondly - My two girls (8 and 5) have got in to Lego and so slowly but surely I've been…... Listed under:
  816. Raspberry Pi PC remote power switch control board
    The default I/O port of SD card is 8081, you can change it. Use putty, ID pi, password 5585,  key “sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf”, find out 8081 to change your desired port. Features: Plugs directly onto the Raspberry Pi GPIO socket Fits Directly over the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  817. Raspberry pi print server
    A print server that tastes of pi. This project assumes that you have the latest version of raspbian (which can be downloaded at) https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/. And an active internet connection. (When imaging the SD card be careful to select the right device otherwise BOOM! There goes…... Listed under:
  818. rpp – Raspberry Pi PIC Programmer using GPIO
    Introduction Microchip PIC® 8-bit microcontrollers are quite popular amongst hobbyists, and I've used them for a long time in several of my projects. They are very cheap, use only 35 assembly instructions that are easy to learn, and most importantly they use flash memory, which…... Listed under:
  819. Control Android from Raspberry Pi
    Have you ever wanted to control your android smartphone or tablet directly from your Raspberry Pi? No? Me neither. I just thought it would be interesting to see if you actually could. You could use this feature to display your android screen during a presentation…... Listed under:
  820. Raspberry Pi – Driving a Relay using GPIO
    There’s something exciting about crossing the boundary between the abstract world of software and the physical ‘real world’, and a relay driven from a GPIO pin seemed like a good example of this. Although a simple project, I still learned some new things about the…... Listed under:
  821. Raspberry Pi and Arduino via GPIO UART
    In an attempt to get my Raspberry Pi talking to my Arduino I’m exploring various different options. The first was to just use the USB connection, but that was too simple. So, here is how to connect the two using the UART on the GPIO…... Listed under:
  822. Medicine Reminder using Arduino
    Sometimes patients forget to take the medicine at the required time of medicines. And sometimes patient also forgets which medicine He/She have to take at required time. And it is difficult for Doctor/Compounder to monitor patients around the clock. To avoid this problem, we have…... Listed under:
  823. Web Based, Raspberry pi controlled, 2 channel relay mains control box.
    Using some off the shelf relays and some basic electronics components coupled with a Raspberry pi with basic HTML, PHP and javascript programming, this Web Based relay control box can be used to turn on or off devices that are connected to the box's plugs.…... Listed under:
  824. Tank Day 23: Range and Bearing
    Step 1: Choose Sensors Two sensors were chosen for the Raspberry Tank’s first foray into detecting its environment: An ultrasound rangefinder (SRF02) and a 3-axis compass (CMPS10), both ordered from robot-electronics.co.uk. Beyond their I2C interface, these devices were chosen largely for cost reasons, though they…... Listed under: ,
  825. Simple Raspberry Pi B+ case
    In this instructable I will show you how to build a simple case for the Raspberry Pi B+. I used a template I found on the internet, which should be used for a paper case, but I decided that for me a paper case is…... Listed under:
  826. ircam raspberry pi shield — first steps
    Here are some first passes at a Raspberry Pi shield design. I don't quite yet know what I'm doing, but here's the rough idea I'm aiming at. I'm not sure how sensible it is, so I'd love to get any feedback! It'd be nice to…... Listed under:
  827. Temperature based device Control system using LM35
    A temperature based device control system which uses AT89s52 and LM35 temperature sensor is an embedded system which controls external devices(mainly an household appliances heater,fan,coolers and many more) by monitoring the temperature obtained from temperature sensor. This project called temperature based device control system can…... Listed under:
  828. Safe and simple AC PWM Dimmer for arduino / Raspberry pi
    Dimmer With  MOSFET This circuit shows that dimmers intended for use at mains voltage do not always have to contain a triac. Here, a MOSFET (BUZ41A, 500 V/4.5A) in a diode bridge is used to control the voltage across an incandescent bulb with pulse-width modulation…... Listed under:
  829. ESP8266 + Raspberry Pi Electricity Monitor
    I have always been monitoring my utility meters in the old fashioned way. First I wrote them down in a little ledger (yep, I'm that old), later I wrote a spreadsheet for it and the last few years I'm using the ECAS smartphone app to…... Listed under:
  830. RaspiDuinoRover – (Yet another) iPhone driven moving Raspberry Pi and Arduino rover
    Architecture RaspiDuinoRover is made of three main parts: A Raspberry Pi which receives commands from a remote device through a TCP connection, and sends these commands to an Arduino Uno through an I2C connection. The same TCP channel is used to send back the remote…... Listed under:
  831. Raspberry Pi and Button Press Example
    Hi there. This post is not going to be on JavaScript but it will be a bit more centered on the Raspberry Pi and what I did today. As pointed out in an old blog post, I'm working on a software that creates streams of…... Listed under:
  832. Using the Raspberry Pi to control AC electric power
    We were trying to figure out if a Raspberry Pi could be made to control a device that is powererd by 120 volts AC. Our first idea was to build a device based on this wiring diagram, which would have let us control two electric…... Listed under:
  833. Raspberry Pi 2: Quick n’ Easy RCA
    Hello world, today I am bringing you another instructable at the request of another member. I recently made an instructable about booting the Raspberry Pi from a usb flash drive (Boot the Raspberry Pi from USB). In that instructable I had my RCA connection "jerry-rigged"…... Listed under:
  834. Setting up Raspberry Pi using SSH
    So you just bought a Raspberry Pi (RPi) because you heard of it and you want to figure out what you can do with it ( like I did some time ago ). But now you have it you are watching ad it and asking…... Listed under:
  835. Arduino Pi
    Step 1: Step 1: Connecting the Arduino and Raspberry Pi This step assumes you are using the external UART for connecting the Raspberry Pi with an Arduino Mega 2560. It's also possible to use this with another Arduino. The Arduino uses 5V logic but the…... Listed under:
  836. Beautify Raspberry Pi Login Screen
    Introduction The login screen that greets the user can be modified to make it more interesting and colourful. The login sccreen and greeter means the same thing in this instructable. Scope This instructable will show how to: Change image on greeter Add text messages Prerequisite…... Listed under:
  837. Documentation: RFID 125 kHz shield for Raspberry Pi tutorial
    Contents: Introduction Steps Index Links and Documentation Introduction Ingredients: 1 x Raspberry Pi 1 x RFID 125 kHz shield for Raspberry Pi 1 x RFID Antenna 2 x Read only cards (EM4100) 2 x Programmable cards (Read-Write Cards, T5557) NOTE: If you don't have a…... Listed under:
  838. Programmable Thermostat with the Raspberry Pi
    Required hardware: Raspberry Pi model B Dallas DS18B20 temperature sensor Relay board Push button LCD display (Nokia 5110-3310) Edimax WiFi nano USB adapter Software installation Some packages are required from the standard Raspbian repository: apt-get install python-dev apt-get install python-imaging We need also PIP (a…... Listed under:
  839. Raspberry Pi Binary LED Clock
    Binary clocks show the time in an unconventional format. They display the hours, minutes and sometimes even seconds as numbers represented in the binary numeral system. Binary clocks and binary watches have grown quite popular today. More and more people work in IT and become…... Listed under:
  840. PiPoE – powering a Raspberry Pi over Ethernet
    This project enables a Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, or other small computer to be powered over an Ethernet cable. This very handy if you have a Pi somewhere where getting mains power to it is difficult, or if you want to run several devices from one…... Listed under:
  841. AVR/Arduino ISP programmer using the Raspberry Pi GPIOs
    Introduction As a fully-featured Linux computer there are many external programmers that can be used with your Raspberry Pi to program the Atmel AVR range of microprocessors. It's also possible to use the general purpose input/output lines (GPIOs) found on the Raspberry Pi to implement…... Listed under:
  842. 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…... Listed under:
  843. DIY SPY BOT PI Kit- Raspberry PI
    Spy robots are remotely controlled robots, equipped with a camera, transmitting video data to the remote area. A movable spy robot with a remote controller by using raspberry pi. The spy robot is made up of a USB camera, Wi-Fi adaptor, batteries and movable wheels.…... Listed under:
  844. Setting up and running NOOBS on a Raspberry Pi
    In this instruction I will go over how to set up the Raspberry Pi and boot it into NOOBS for the first time. It is important to understand how to set up all of the hardware and how to set up the actual operating system…... Listed under:
  845. Introducing Ponte: Arduino – Raspberry Pi Bridge
    (This is a collaboration between myself and my friend and purveyor of fine electronic bits, S.K. Pang) How would you connect an Arduino to a Raspberry Pi? Just plug it in via USB as you would normally do with an ordinary computer, right? That takes…... Listed under:
  846. Raspberry Pi Website Hit Tracker
    You just made a funky neon sign flash in my living room. How? I have just completed my latest project which is a neon lamp which lights up every time someone visits my website. It’s controlled by a little relay board I built out on…... Listed under:
  847. Raspberry Pi Spectrum Analyzer with RGB LED Strip and Python
    Looking for a first project to try out on a Raspberry Pi, I though what better than a Spectrum Analyzer? (Sometimes this display is erroneously referred to as a graphic equalizer--that let's you change the sound, not display it) I was able to get it…... Listed under:
  848. Raspberry PI: Connecting a HD44780 Display over I2C Bus
    some application, i.e. XBMC can show informations on a display by using LCDproc as driver. This post describes a way to connect a HD44780 display to a Raspberry PI  by i2c bus. Let’s start with the physical layer. This is the overview schematic on how…... Listed under:
  849. An MSF Atomic Clock for the Raspberry Pi
    The project is connected to GPIO 15 input pin 1 of my Raspberry Pi interface board. There is nothing special about this pin, its location is simply convenient with my layout.. Please be aware that this project will only work in the British Isles, because the transmitter…... Listed under:
  850. Use a bare Arduino as an RF signal processor for Raspberry PI
    433mhz RF transmitters and receivers are really cheap, so you might be tempted to add a RF receiver to your Raspberry PI. But there is one problem: the Raspberry PI may not be fast enough, or may be blocked totally while it tries to keep…... Listed under:
  851. Raspberry Pi Power Controller
    This article is a work in progress to create a power-controller for the Raspberry Pi based on a PIC microcontroller and MOSFET. The PIC implements an I2C slave to allow power control, and also to approximate the registers of a PCF8563 Real Time Clock (RTC)…... Listed under:
  852. Open brain wave interface hardware
    you can go directly to Section 9 also. make high quality brain wave interface as low cost and small size is my over 20 years of dream. To do so need mass production, need work with investor to realize that way. not just only my…... Listed under:
  853. Headless Raspberry PI WiFi setup (for mobiles)
    So you successfully confiured your RaspberryPi in a fully headless fashion, maybe with WiFi too, and you are very happy using it at home in your robotic projects... But when you go outside, at work or on any foreign network, once powered and connected to…... Listed under:
  854. Creating a “Blinking LED” project for Raspberry PI
    This tutorial demonstrates how to attach a LED to the expansion connector on your Raspberry PI and to make it blink with a simple C++ program. First of all, in order to programmatically switch a LED on and off we need to connect it between…... Listed under:
  855. Airplay Multiroom radio with the Raspberry Pi, no additional hardware needed.
    Most ways to stream music to multiple sets of speakers cost more than it is worth. I don't think I have to say much about it, you probably wanted to do this in the past but it just seemed stupid to spend that much money…... Listed under:
  856. AVC: Serial to I2C Bridge
    I finished designing, etching and silkscreening a new board last night and started populating it. It's a slight redesign of a board I did before last year's AVC. What's it for? Not telling yet. 🙂 I can say this. It's an Arduino clone that will…... Listed under:
  857. Raspberry Pi XBee SMT backpack
    One of the earliest motivations for my work on the Raspberry Pi SPI driver was so that I could use some Digi XBee ZB SMT modules. These are basically the same as the normal XBee ZB modules for doing ZigBee with but are on little…... Listed under:
  858. Turn an old CRT Television into a Raspberry Pi Powered MAME Cocktail Cabinet
    Here I will show you how I went about building my arcade machine that uses a Raspberry Pi running MAME to emulate games. As everyones setup will be different this will be general in nature but will hopefully supply enough information so you can get started yourself…... Listed under:
  859. TiddlyWiki 5 on Raspberry Pi Server in 15 minutes
    Introduction Raspberry Pi's are inexpensive credit card sized computers conceived by Eben Upton and designed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation Team in the UK. They are now built in the UK as well. TiddlyWiki 5 is the latest version of TiddlyWiki which was created by…... Listed under:
  860. Get Started With Raspberry Pi
    Hello everyone. Welcome to my First Instrucatble. You may be asking yourself "I want a Raspberrry Pi, but I don't know how to start." If you have ever asked yourself this thought, than this is the right Instrucatble for you. In this guide you will…... Listed under:
  861. Powering a Raspberry Pi with a 5W solar panel
    My plan was to make a solar powered raspberry pi. To run a Facebook AIML chat bot written in c#. (In the daytime) What you will need: 1 x Raspberry pi (we used model B) 1 x 5 Watt solar panel with USB connector 2…... Listed under:
  862. 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…... Listed under:
  863. LED Blinking with Raspberry Pi
    One of the  classic electronic analogy to "Hello World"  is to make an LED blink. Raspberry Pi has 8 General Purpose Input/Output  pins( 4,17,18,21,22,23,24,25)  which can be configured as input/output and turned on/off via software.In this Instructable I will be using python to control the…... Listed under:
  864. Turn Raspberry Pi ON w/ Remote Control
    I'm loving using my Pi with Openelec for my media center, but the need to pull the cord to cut power was just keeping it below the WAF(Wife Acceptance Factor). So I sat down and came up with this. In the future, the arduino will…... Listed under:
  865. Raspberry Portable Pi Laptop
    Portability would generally be the main challenge with projects such as this; it can be difficult to get power off grid. However, in my case this is one hurdle which I am able to easily overcome; as with all of my other projects I have…... Listed under:
  866. Home Automation using Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Domoticz, MySensors.
    Hi Fellow makers, This is my first Instructable on Home Automation. The idea is to build a controller and wireless nodes to control and monitor. After a lot of hit and trial with many different controllers like OpenHab, DomotiGa, Ago Control, finally I decided to…... Listed under:
  867. Make a Portable Computer Using a Raspberry Pi
    Have you ever wanted a portable computer you can take with you? This is the easiest way to build your own. For those of you who do not know what a Raspberry Pi is, it is a complete computer about the size of deck of…... Listed under:
  868. Easiest Raspberry Pi Camera Mount Ever
    I bought the camera for the Raspberry Pi, and the after market mount just didn't suit my taste. At the same time I also bought a clam-shell case (~$6) I was padding the bill for free delivery, looking at the case it seemed that it…... Listed under:
  869. A DIY Power Supply For Hi-Fi USB Audio With Your Raspberry Pi
    Overview This is a guide for building a DIY power supply/regulator for powering a Raspberry Pi and a USB audio output interface. The objective is to create a pure, regulated 5.0v power supply that allows the Raspberry Pi to run stably but also, more importantly,…... Listed under:
  870. Raspberry Pi Bluetooth
    Hello, I'll teach you how to successfully install and use Bluetooth on your Raspberry pi. Just a heads up I'm assuming you have a version B and you've setup your raspberry pi already (for system preferences and ect.) Step 1: Hardware 1. You'll need a…... Listed under:
  871. Raspberry Pi Robot controlled over Bluetooth
    This tutorial is based on a previous Instructable - Building robots with Raspberry Pi and Python The aim is to present an example of how to setup a Bluetooth serial connection with Arduino to control a Raspberry Pi robot. But lets take it one step further…... Listed under:
  872. Raspberry Pi Water Cooler
    Hello, this is a step-by-step guide to building a water cooling system for the Raspberry Pi's ARM processor. It all started when I say this project. I was instantly captivated, the thought of water cooling a pi had never occurred to me but once I…... Listed under:
  873. Raspberry Pi Case
    I made this case before my school offered 3d printing but i still decided to post it anyway. Step 1: Materials These are the materials youll need .• A block of wood • Acrylic • Raspberry pi • Screws • Nuts • Spacers Tools • Caliper •…... Listed under:
  874. Water Tank Overflow Alarm
    Wastage of water is quite prominent in urban as well as rural areas and overflowing of water tanks is a major reason for that. This water tank overflow circuit described here starts ringing as soon as the water tank becomes full. Thus, by warning the…... Listed under:
  875. How to use a kindle fire as a monitor for raspberry pi
    In this intractable i will show you how to use a kindle fire as a monitor for a raspberry pi. I had an old kindle fire that i got a few years back that i no longer use and i thought, why not use it…... Listed under:
  876. Raspberry PI + Motorola Lapdock
    A few months ago I found through a MOOC at Universidad Galileo, that was possible to convert a Raspberry PI in "almost" a laptop. This idea caught my attention, by turning this "micro" in an independent computer. I investigate how to do it and I…... Listed under:
  877. Raspberry media player casing
    Look at this Raspberry board. Its is a good choice if you want to make your own internet and multimedia station to play HD movies, browse on the web watch Youtube trailers listen your MP3 collections for literally peanuts. All you need to do, plug all…... Listed under:
  878. Simple, scalable Raspberry pi garden irrogation
    This is one of the projects I'm currently working on. The idea behind the project is to build a simple yet scalable and eficiant garden irrogation, using as little resources as posible. The end product will be a IOT garden project, but I'll update you…... Listed under:
  879. Open Source Home Automation Project using Arduino UNO + Ethernet Shield
    How Does it Work The main brain for this project is Arduino UNO Board along with Arduino Ethernet Shield to give it a wireless connectivity.Arduino runs a code to control a Relay board according to the input and also serves a web page through which…... Listed under:
  880. Raspberry Pi + Arduino Serial with LCD Screen
    Intro This is my Raspberry Pi info LCD, I wanted to try and get the Arduino and Raspberry Pi talking to each other through USB serial and I made this little project. The Raspberry Pi uses a python script to get the data and then…... Listed under:
  881. Raspberry Pi Internet Monitor
    In my house, you can often hear someone shouting "Is the Internet down?" Sometimes it is but most of the time it's a "user problem". I decided to build a gizmo that would make it easy to tell whether the internet connection was working or…... Listed under:
  882. Use ssh to talk with your Raspberry Pi.
    This brief guide explains how to use ssh to talk with your Raspberry Pi. You will need: 1 Raspberry Pi connected to your router (Monitor and keyboard.) If you are looking for a guide to access your Raspberry Pi from the internet look here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-as-webserver/…... Listed under:
  883. Floppy Drive music /w Raspberry Pi
    Use your Raspberry Pi to control a floppy drive to make music! Step 1: Materials Raspberry Pi ATX power supply (can be found in old computers) Floppy drive Breadboard Wires (9 female to male and 1 male to male) Step 2: Connect the floppy drive…... Listed under:
  884. RDM6300 RFID with PIC18 Dev Board
    After getting a simple LED-blink program working, I moved on to the RFID portion of my project.  It seemed to be the simplest of the three major parts (RFID, SD card, and MP3) because it's basically just configuring the UART to receive and check the…... Listed under:
  885. Telegram on Raspberry Pi
    In one of our last tutorials we have installed WhatsApp on Raspberry. Whatsapp at the moment is definitely the most famous app for messaging services, but there are also many alternatives although little known. One of these is Telegram. "Telegram is a cloud-based mobile and…... Listed under:
  886. Raspberry Pi Arcade
    A few months ago, I decided that I wanted an all-in-one arcade machine. I started looking for some info on how to build one, and immediately, the name "Raspberry Pi" came up. This Christmas, I got a couple of them. I started experimenting with a…... Listed under:
  887. Raspberry Pi powered by batteries
    In this instructable I will show you how to properly supply power to a Raspberry Pi or Pi 2 with a battery pack or any voltage between 2.9 -32 volts DC. I will be using a efficient Pololu Step-Up/Step-Down Voltage Regulator and a toggle switch.…... Listed under:
  888. Raspberry Pi B & B+ boot SD card for PROTA OS (HTML5 UI)
    Follow this instructable to get your PROTA OS up and running on your Raspberry Pi without pulling too much hair. NOTE for your understanding PROTA OS is an alternative, headless-oriented OS for Raspberry Pi for people like me who seek I-just-want-to-plug-and-use. Burning the image, I’d…... Listed under:
  889. H Bridge Control using Raspberry PI / Micro controller
    I am looking for input on this circuit that I have designed. I am currently working on a project called the Net-EEL RC Car. It is an RC car that will be controllable using Network Socket Servers / Clients. Therefor, you will be able to…... Listed under:
  890. Raspberry Pi & the Neo 6M GPS
    Previously I built a project where I connected a Neo-6M to an Arduino, but this time around, I wanted to show how to use a GPS with the Raspberry PI. Now there are several USB solutions, and apps that work with them, but I wanted…... Listed under:
  891. Automated Aeroponics System Using Raspberry Pi
    In this Instructable, we'll learn how to make an Aeroponics system that's controlled via the Raspberry Pi, and uses the Raspberry Pi Camera module to take photos of your plants. Aeroponics is a pretty unconventional method of gardening, but that's what makes it fun!Aeroponics makes…... Listed under:
  892. Old PC Accessories + Raspberry PI = DoorCam & surveillance Kit
    Step 1: You will need Raspberry PI B (this project is based on B+ model) 5V Raspberry PI power supply A couple of PC speakers TV/Monitor with composite input and its power supply 3.5mm jack to RCA A/V cable Compatible webcam (see at: http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Webcams) Three…... Listed under:
  893. Using Phidgets on a Raspberry Pi 2
    Hello Makers, In this instructable I will be showing you how to prepare a Raspberry Pi2 for use with a Phidgets Interfacekit 8/8/8 The Products from Phidgets allow you to connect sensors an actuators to your pc/pi/mac through the usb port. Most of the sensors…... Listed under:
  894. Home Raspberry Pi Project
    I just received a shiny, brand-new Raspberry Pi in the mail today! I've only been playing around with it for an hour or so but I already love this little device! It only took me about 30 minutes to go from unwrapping to running, which…... Listed under:
  895. Motion Detection Alarm System
    A basic USB camera can be used to detect motion in a room. In the following steps we will show you how you can use Reactive Blocks to program a ready to run Java application that sends SMS when motion is detected. With Reative Blocks…... Listed under:
  896. Remote desktop from Windows to Raspberry Pi
    Instead of connecting your Raspberry Pi to a large TV monitor why not use Windows Remote Desktop Protocol to access your Raspberry Pi computer? In this ible I'll show you how to use the windows remote desktop protocol to access your Raspberry Pi computer. Step…... Listed under:
  897. Roberts 747 – DIY Raspberry Pi internet radio/streamer
    Roberts 747, great radio from 1990. Fully working in very good condition. Found it on antique sale after a long hunt for something like this. I have a spare Raspberry Pi model B V1 home as a spare and it was just catching dust for…... Listed under: ,
  898. Blinking LED using 8051
    This is the first project regarding 8051 and of course one of the simplest, blinking LED using 8051. The microcontroller used here is AT89S51 In the circuit, push button switch S1, capacitor C3 and resistor R3 forms the reset circuitry. When S1 is pressed, voltage…... Listed under:
  899. Piulator Portable Game System via Raspberry Pi
    This project was a lot of fun to put together. I was looking for a good Christmas present for my nephew, and decided that a Raspberry Pi influenced project would be cool. He likes gaming and computers, so this made sense. I made an identical…... Listed under:
  900. Shrink Your Raspberry Pi With MicroSD Card Slot
    The Raspberry Pi itself is about the size of a credit card, but it only has a standard full sized SD card slot. When you plug in a standard full sized SD card into it, the card sticks out of the outline of the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  901. Low Power Raspberry Pi Fileserver
    This is a low power home file server I built from a raspberry pi and two USB drive cases. I've mapped it as a network drive on all of my home computers, so we have one common repository for files, documents, and pictures. It's set…... Listed under:
  902. How to use and Arduino shield with the Raspberry Pi
    Adding Arduino shields to the Raspberry Pi can be a very big pain. You end up having a mess of wires running around and setting up the software is a challenge in it's own right. Here is a simple solution to start using your own…... Listed under:
  903. MCP3008 Raspberry Pi Breakout hat
    Howdy Y'all Back when I was working on the Raspberry Pi portable emulator that became the backseat system. I thought that I would want to use an analog joystick like several of the other builds. However I was trying to get it to work via…... Listed under:
  904. ThingSpeak Temperature Monitor with Raspberry Pi
    Step 1: What You’ll Need A RaspberryPi BrickPi 9 V battery – for powering the BrickPi board and sensor Dexter Industries Thermometer Step 2: Signup for Thingspeak First signup for the new account in thingspeak at https://www.thingspeak.com Step 3: Login to Thingspeak Login to your…... Listed under:
  905. Iteaduino Plus – ARM Cortex-A8 Dev-Platform
    ITEAD studio is based in Shenzhen, China, which is located with China's biggest electronics market as well as one of the most integrated electronic supply chains in the world. A vast number of exciting and innovative products are designed, sourced and manufactured around us every…... Listed under:
  906. AirPlay Radio with Raspberry Pi and WiFi
    Before I started working for Pelagicore I won two Raspberry Pi's (short RP) which they sponsored. One because I was one of the first people on the foss-gbg mailinglist which they started. It is for people from Gothenburg and surroundings who would like to join…... Listed under: ,
  907. Raspberry Pi FPV on RC TerraDrone
    My progeny loves operating our Nerf TerraDrone named James. He is able to animate James while trying to stay out of sight so I got the idea of using the Pi Surveillance Project by Michael Castor from the April/May 2015 edition of Make Magazine to…... Listed under: ,
  908. How to Make a Arduino+Raspberry Pi Robot Platform
    This is not the definitive story on Pi and Arduino orchestration. Just my version. Step 1: Berryboot 1. Get Berryboot.  Berryboot will allow you to download several Raspberry Pi images. Step 2: SD Card Preperation Now extract the zip files to a blank SD card.…... Listed under:
  909. Raspberry Pi 2 Media Center: Kodi on XBian
    Overview This guide walks through the construction and configuration of a home media center from parts to running system. After following these steps, you will have a running Kodi media server on a Raspberry Pi 2 in an Altoids tin case, ready for you to…... Listed under:
  910. (Week 13) Testing with 16×2 LCD screen and Raspberry Pi using Fritzing
    Here, i want to testing between 16×2 LCD screen with Raspberry Pi. As you can see from my previous blog, the circuit have been construct based on this connection. If there had no problem with all the connection, I will proceed to combine it with…... Listed under:
  911. Using the Raspberry Pi to control an ATX power supply
    I’m really enjoying my new 3d printer, but I just can’t leave my laptop connected to the printer all the time. I know that i could simply use SD cards or use another host computer, but there are better options. In order to untether myself…... Listed under:
  912. Simple Snap Together Raspberry Pi Wood Case
    This is a simple low cost wood case for the Raspberry Pi version 1 rev B that I built based off the Adafruit Pi Box (http://www.adafruit.com/products/859). Assembly is simple, all the pieces snap together so no glue or nails are needed. I used this project…... Listed under:
  913. Raspberry Pi Colored Server Case Mod
    The purpose of this mod is to create a case for the Raspberry Pi, based on Adafruit's case created by Mike Doell. It will have a better airflow and be easily identifiable by color. For this project you'll need: Heatsink Heatsink compound A Mike Doell…... Listed under:
  914. Interfacing a VFD display to the raspberry pi
    I’m in the process of building a home automation controller using my Raspberry Pi, and I figured it would be cool if it could display the current song and artist on my Pandora player. There were many options for a display — I could go…... Listed under:
  915. Modelling a Raspberry Pi case – from Cardboard
    2. Light Pipes This is a very common technique used in design - where for economy you want the lights (LEDs) mounted on a circuit board, but the board is positioned away from the case or user-interface. By taking a piece of clear plastic, one…... Listed under:
  916. Raspberry Pi: Launch Python script on startup
    As I've been working on my own Pi projects, I've been discovering many little tricks and tips by scouring various websites and assembling information, testing and optimizing. So, here is another one of my "meat-and-potatoes" Raspberry Pi Instructables. This Instructable will show you how to…... Listed under:
  917. Raspberry Pi online SSH (easy way)
    Raspberry pi is a mini computer that can be carried easily. Usually people use Raspberry Pi as an embedded platform. And mostly people control or developing something with their Raspberry Pi using SSH protocol. because it much more simple and doesn't take many space. Some…... Listed under:
  918. 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…... Listed under:
  919. Wireless monitor tank robot based on raspberry pi
    Diy a wireless monitor tank is not difficult based on the raspberry pi, shown in the following picture. Step 1: ​Materials for the rc tank raspberry pi based monitor 1. Raspberry pi board: http://www.smartarduino.com/original-rpi-raspberry-pi-pie-512m-2-generation_p93783.html 2. Full-functional raspberry pi shield http://www.smartarduino.com/raspberry-pi-pie-rpi-shield-enhanced-v2-release-fully_p94186.html description: All the features include:…... Listed under:
  920. Let’s get physical with Docker on the Raspberry Pi
    With Docker on the Raspberry Pi we are able to connect cloud tools with IoT devices. So how can we interact with the real world from inside a Docker container? Let’s see and get physical… To keep the tutorial simple we will use the binary…... Listed under:
  921. Raspberry Pi Dedicated Internet Radio and Music Player
    Have you ever wanted something to fill your day with lovely sounds but didn't want to dedicate a PC to this purpose? The Raspberry Pi provides exactly what we need, and with a few component parts laying around, you can control it with a few…... Listed under:
  922. Raspberry Pi DropCam Alternative
    I was looking for a way to check in on my house while away as well as have any motion captured and uploaded to the internet as a security camera. Doing a little research online and realizing that I had a raspberry pi and a…... Listed under:
  923. A Raspberry Pi or Mr. Clock-workers server
    Part list: Picture No. 1 Raspberry PI model B with 512 MByte ram Raspberry PI camera 16 GByte SD card WLAN USB stick (TP-LINK TL-WN722N) Freecom 500 GByte USB hard disk 4  - Port USB - HUB (Typhoon) Glasdome 11" high / 6,3" diameter Picture…... Listed under:
  924. How to get aMule on Raspberry Pi
    In this instructable I'll show all the steps to get a nice, web managed, aMule node on a Raspberry Pi. The idea born from the need to have a low-cost and low-consuming aMule node always running and connected to internet. I don't like to use…... Listed under:
  925. The best Raspberry Pi 2 starter kits compared and reviewed
    The Raspberry Pi is an amazing low-cost computer. Unlike the ever-popular Arduino microcontroller, the Raspberry Pi was designed to be a full-blown computer from the start. It can run various flavors of Linux/Unix, act as a Media Center, and even moonlight as a Microcontroller. First…... Listed under:
  926. Bitcoin Mining using Raspberry Pi
    Want to mine some bitcoins? Want to earn for free? Have a pi not being used? Then lets mine some bitcoins! Step 1: What is BitCoin? If you don’t know already, Bitcoin is a virtual currency set up in 2009. Bitcoin has grown in reputation…... Listed under:
  927. Automated vegetable cultivation system
    Welcome! rSense "Makashitakun" is the automated vegetable cultivation system which is built up with Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Arduino is used for collecting sensors data and handling actuators. Raspberry Pi is used for controller which manage all Arduino units to work properly and hooked up…... Listed under:
  928. Raspberry PI L298N Dual H Bridge DC Motor
    There are not any examples that I could find that properly show how to get a simple DC motor working with RaspberryPI. This is a simple tutorial for "How to make a motor turn." Robots, wheels, conveyors, and all sorts of stuff can be made…... Listed under:
  929. Raspberry Pi Soil Moisture Sensor
    Agriculture consumes between 80 - 90% of all freshwater in the United States. An easy way to conserve water in the agricultural sector is to install a soil moisture sensor. Soil moisture sensors measure the amount of water in the soil to maintain consistent and…... Listed under:
  930. Interfacing hex keypad to 8051
    Hex keypad. In an 8051 microcontroller, it requires 12  cycles of the processor clock for executing a single instruction cycle.  For an 8051 microcontroller clocked by a 12MHz crystal, the time taken for executing one instruction cycle is 1µS and it is according to the…... Listed under:
  931. Raspberry Pi “Google Glass” – simple and sleek
    I have had this completed for a while now, but haven't spent the time to make this Instructable which is actually the crux of my project. At the release of the Raspberry Pi, I immediately thought how amazing this would be as a wearable computer…... Listed under:
  932. Raspberry Pi Portable Games Console
    Building this Portable Games Console is possibly the most fun I've had using a Raspberry Pi. And it's not just the build that's fun; I've now got a fully functioning games console, so I can play all my favourite old arcade games, on-the-go! There's a…... Listed under: ,
  933. Touch Display for Raspberry Pi
    We add to Raspberry Pi a TFT touch screen to display the system console, movies and favorite photos or control a relay board … at your fingertips, literally! To avoid using an HDMI monitor the cost well above that of Raspberry Pi, in previous articles we…... Listed under:
  934. Turn your Raspberry Pi into a desktop PC
    How to turn a credit card sized, $35 computer into a fully functional Desktop PC with surprising good performance. Step 1: Installation 1. download NOOBS LITE from www.raspberrypi.org/downloads. 2. copy contents of zip folder onto root of SD card. 3. Connect Pi to monitor, keyboard,…... Listed under:
  935. Ultimate Raspberry Pi Configuration Guide
    The Raspberry Pi is a great thing: it is real computer, it is cheap ($40), it can interface with electronics, talk to the web and has full HDMI support. However it runs on Linux, which I have a love-hate relationship with. I love the idea of…... Listed under:
  936. Connect-Program Raspberry Pi and a MM5451 LED Display Driver
    The subject here is connecting the Raspberry Pi to a MM5451 LED display driver. This is written in Python to demonstrate bitwise programming and shift register operation. Using only two input pins (clock and data) for serial date input produces 35 open drain outputs. The…... Listed under:
  937. Raspberry Pi Temperature Logger via Radio
    This project makes use of a raspberry pi, to read the temperature of several radio sensors, and store them on a Sqlite database. The same raspberry pi is used to serve webpages with the graph of the acquired temperatures. See live demo here. Step 1:…... Listed under:
  938. X105 EXPANSION BOARD
    KEY FEATURES Input Voltage - 6V to 23Vdc converted to 5V, 3A via step-down DC/DC converter to power the Raspberry Pi VGA output  - HDMI to VGA converter supporting up to UXGA (1600×1200) and 1080p with 10-bit DAC   RS232 serial communication - Control the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  939. Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Hamster Fitness Tracker
    Have you ever wondered just how much your hamster runs throughout the day/night? How far? How fast? My 9 year old daughter did, and we decided to find out. Turns out, it was pretty easy, and the results were unbelievable. Here are the supplies you…... Listed under:
  940. ICStation Electronic Dice DIY Kit 7pcs 5mm Red LEDs
    Description Electronic Dice Kit Instructions Electronic dice kit is based on the NE555 oscillator circuit and fun circuit CD4017 counter display kit. Can simulate the dice, make fun of the game. One. Kit parameters: Supply voltage: 4.5-5V Dimensions: 74 * 35mm Two. Function play: When…... Listed under: ,
  941. Raspberry Pi Webserver
    Wenn ihr euer Raspberry PI (2) A / B (+) mit Raspbian und aktiviertem SSH bereit habt, können wir sofort loslegen. Für wen ist dieser (Web)Server geeignet? Das Raspberry Pi ist schlicht zu langsam, um eine vollwertiger Server zu sein, was mit einigen Einschränkungen doch…... Listed under:
  942. Make a fire detector in minutes with Samsung SAMIIO, Arduino UNO and Raspberry Pi
    Let's build an IoT device that sends flame sensor data to SAMI using SAMI's WebSockets. The IoT device consists of an off-the-shelf sensor, Arduino UNO and Raspberry Pi. In this implementation, a Simple Manifest is used to create a new device type quickly. Then you…... Listed under:
  943. Web-based IR Remote on the Raspberry Pi
    There are many devices that use infrared remote controls - TV's, DVD players, cameras, power sockets. So getting a Raspberry Pi to be able to send remote control signals opens up many possibilities for projects. Combining the GPIO pins with a web server on the…... Listed under:
  944. Raspberry Pi Case Fan
    I purchased an inexpensive snap-together acrylic case for my Raspberry Pi from a seller on eBay. Overall I was happy with the case, but although this case has holes for passive air circulation I noticed that after running the Pi in the case that some…... Listed under:
  945. Raspberry Pi – Refrigeration Analyzer
    Refrigeration and air conditioning devices consume ~25% of all electricity generated on our planet! From small business owners to franchised restaurant chains to medical facilities the initial, operating, and maintenance costs of refrigeration and air conditioning units can be quite staggering. The biggest factors contributing…... Listed under:
  946. Wiring RGB LED’s
    So I've been looking into this a little more. I took your guys idea of using the TLC5940 LED Driver. So now I'm asking for some help again. I figured 1 long question that eventually solves this is better then a bunch scattered throughout stackexchange.…... Listed under:
  947. Breadboard Adapter for the Raspberry Pi
    We don't need much in the way of parts or tools to build the adapter: Parts: 1x 26-W IDC Box Header 2.54mm 2x 13-W Pin Strips 2.54mm 1x piece of Veroboard / Strip Board 1x 26-W Ribbon Cable with 26-W IDC Headers Tools: Cutters Pliers…... Listed under:
  948. Raspberry pi Pandora’s Jukebox
    I recently had a Crosley mini jukebox/CD player handed to me with the intention of "fixing" it. The person who gave it to me only ever used it for a radio since nobody listens to CD's anymore, so I decided it would be a much…... Listed under:
  949. Wireless Arduino Control Using the BeagleBone Black or Raspberry Pi
    Introduction If you have been looking for an easy and inexpensive way to wirelessly integrate an Arduino and a BeagleBone Black (BBB), or Raspberry Pi (RPi) look no further, this tutorial will show you how! What You Will Need A BeagleBone Black Microcontroller with the…... Listed under:
  950. Raspberry Pi Remote For Free!
    For my first ible I just wanted to give everyone a quick tutorial on how to use the HDMI-CEC protocol to control your Pi with your Tv's remote control. This is very useful because is saves you from having to buy a remote just for…... Listed under:
  951. Raspberry Pi as low-cost audio streaming box
    This instructable describes how to extend your audio system with a Raspberry Pi micro-computer to play any local music or audio stream from the internet (including Spotify Premium etc.). The best thing is, that you don't need to have any keyboard, mouse, monitor or TV…... Listed under:
  952. RPi Tutorial EGHS:Communicating With Other Micro-controllers
    What is it? I2C ("eye squared cee") is a versatile bus invented by Philips, running over two wires. The bus has been extended to be faster and support more devices on a bus, but the standard definition holds up to 128 devices or so (7-bit…... Listed under:
  953. Custom Pool Controller – Arduino and Raspberry Pi
    We bought a home with a pool. The first couple of weeks we made several costly mistakes including using the heater to heat the entire pool over 90 degrees. I think we paid $250 for gas that month. We also accidentally drained the spa into…... Listed under:
  954. Controlling an Adafruit SSD1306 SPI OLED With a Beaglebone Black
    What Are We Doing Here? In an earlier post I described how to use the py-gaugette library to drive an Adafruit 128x32 monochrome OLED display from a Raspberry Pi, and a followup article added high-quality fonts. I’ve now updated the library to run on the…... Listed under:
  955. Autonomous, Cardboard, Rasberry Pi Controlled QuadCopter
    Step 1: Materials Cardboard from the recycling bin,The sheet we we used was 32"x20" with a thickness off around 4.1mm. A large clean box should do. Motors from Hobby King, 4x + Propeller clamps, We used Turnigy D3530/14 1100KV Brushless Outrunner Motor at $14.56 each.…... Listed under:
  956. Google Play Music Internet Radio (Raspberry Pi and Arduino)
    I was looking for a project to do with my Raspberry Pi and found this Instructable and thought I would have a go at something similar which worked with Google Play Music. I had a rough idea of what I wanted the final item to end up like…... Listed under: