Raspberry Complete Project Ideas List

  1. Kids-In-Space Space Craft Simulator
    When my 5-year-old son started showing an interest in Space and Planets, I was prompted to start building him a spacecraft simulator. He also started asking questions about chemicals, so combining the two, I set him aboard a space shuttle that allows him to explore…... Listed under:
  2. Pico Arcade Mini
    Pico Arcade Mini is made from low-cost, readily available parts from eBay and similar retailers for around £30 ($50). It uses a unique 3D Printed Circuit Board (3D-PCB) that eliminates connectors, fussy wiring, confusion over where wires go and makes any project super slim and…... Listed under:
  3. 7×5 E-Paper METAR Display
    Being a avid aviation buff and pilot, and wanting to learn how the E-Paper display worked I set out to create a METAR Display. It snowballed into a full blown application with multiple display layouts to choose from. This project uses the 7x5 3-color E-Paper…... Listed under:
  4. Infinity Macro Pad Using Pi Pico
    Hello DIY makers and coders.... Today I'm presenting my version of a custom Macropad with a Raspberry Pi Pico.... I named this as "Infinity Macropad 1.1"....the project is based on the adafruit Circuit Python and runs HID functionality onboard.... This Macropad has 20 individual tactile…... Listed under:
  5. Pico Based Number Pad
    Today I am going to build a Raspberry Pi Pico-based number pad. I am going to build a simple ortho linear number pad with 20 switches. Then I am going to go through how I installed KMK firmware on it. KMK can be installed on…... Listed under:
  6. A LEGO® Robot Pumpkin
    I built a LEGO® Robot Pumpkin, using a Raspberry Pi and the new Build HAT that allows you to control the LEGO® Education kits. Raspberry Pi has a great tutorial for the face and you can then use an existing machine learning model to help…... Listed under:
  7. Heat Piping the Raspberry Pi
    It's been a while since I've created any noteworthy projects, but here is something that will hopefully turn some heads. I've been tinkering with the Raspberry Pi 4 in the last year or so and have noticed that there aren't any great cooling products out…... Listed under:
  8. PALPi Version 2, Big Edition
    Hey Everyone what's up, So here's something cool. This is PALPi Version 2 which is a Huge Retro Game Emulator system with a 7-inch display and custom PCB! Recently, I got a Raspberry Pi IPS Touch 7-inch Display from the PCBway gift shop and I thought "Hey, let's…... Listed under:
  9. Making Your Halloween Decorations Smart With Phidgets
    In this project, I will show you how you can make some of your standard Halloween decorations "smart" using Phidgets and a Raspberry Pi. This can be done with almost any decoration that is powered, but it's best if you have a decoration with a…... Listed under:
  10. Bartop 2 Players – Laser Cut
    This tutorial offers you to make a Bartop arcade 2 players totally made in laser cutting. Along with this tutorial, you can also find a Stick Arcade model of this creation (without screen or speakers). The cheaper arcade stick is suitable for more mobile use or for using your…... Listed under:
  11. Acrade Strick 2 Players – Laser Cut
    This tutorial suggests that you make a 2 player Arcade Stick totally laser cut. Along with this tutorial, you can also find a Bartop Arcade model of this creation (with screen and speakers). The more expensive Bartop Arcade is perfectly suited, as its name suggests, as a public or private…... Listed under:
  12. Gom Jabbar From Dune
    In this tutorial, I will walk you through the process of creating the black box in the pivotal scene from Dune where the Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam tests Paul Atreides. The Gom Jabbar is the name for the handheld needle tipped with meta-cyanide poison.…... Listed under:
  13. Quantum Death Machine 💀
    Supplies Tools: 3D printer Table saw Parts: Raspberry Pi 3 Adafruit Thermal Printer & thermal paper roll Fingerprint sensor Arduino Nano Plywood(200cmx25cm) in total Chestnut varnish Step 1: Introduction to Quantum Computing [embed]https://youtu.be/OWJCfOvochA[/embed] Classical computers that we use in our daily lives: phones, tablets, computers,…... Listed under:
  14. Seismograph
    Professional quality seismograph, fully open source, based on a Raspberry Pi, with 1 to 4 components, able to record earthquakes or other seismic events, either natural (rockfall, glacier movement) or man-made (train detection, vehicle detection). The seismograph works either autonomously in the field, or can be…... Listed under:
  15. Tiny Audio Effects Rig!
    In this instructable I am going to talk through a project I have created - a tiny audio effects rig and recording platform! As with most hobbyists Coronavirus brought to a halt a lot of things, with lockdowns, and has changed the landscape of how…... Listed under:
  16. DIY Raspberry Pi 24″ Digital Picture Photo Frame
    The idea behind this project was to build a large digital picture frame at a lower cost than the ones you could purchase. It needed to be easy to build and operate smoothly. I concentrated on setting up the computer/software side first before building a…... Listed under:
  17. Traffic Radar Speed Sensor and Camera That Recognizes License Plates
    Want to track the license plates of speeding cars with a traffic camera that is 40 times cheaper than that of a commercial one? This Instructable shows how you can use the Raspberry Pi, Camera Module v2, 8x8 LED Matrix,and OPS243 Radar Sensor to obtain the license plates of…... Listed under:
  18. Realtime Drowsiness and Yawn Detector Using Raspberry Pi or Any Other PC
    In the current epoch, drowsy driver detection is the most necessary procedure to prevent any road accidents. So this project is about building a system, which can detect the drowsiness of the user and alert the user so that an accident can be prevented. Also,…... Listed under:
  19. Raspberry Pi Iron Man Helmet With “Heads Down” Display
    For my final project I decided to create an Iron Man Helmet with dual motors and a transparent OLED "Heads Down" Display powered by a Raspberry Pi with an Adafruit Crickit Hat. I wanted to do my own take on how I would create an…... Listed under:
  20. Magic 8 Ball (Magic 2 Ball) With Voice, Round Color LCD Screen and Motion Sensing
    In the long tradition of fortune telling Magic 8 Balls I created a self-contained Magic 2 Ball running a Raspberry Pi Zero 2. When you shake the ball and turn it over, the answer tile is displayed on a round screen and the answer is…... Listed under:
  21. Another Raspberry Pi Cluster
    I recently build a Raspberry Pi cluster in a custom case running K3S Kubernetes. A lot of positive feedback after sharing some images of the final design, and people asking questions about the build. I decided to share the process of making it and my thoughts during the…... Listed under:
  22. PALPi Version 2, Final Edition
    Hey Everyone what's up, This is the PALPi V2 which is a huge handheld retro gaming console powered by a Rpi 3 B+. [embed]https://youtu.be/VnZ5W9pDypk[/embed] [embed]https://youtu.be/Cd7uO9Eg5Zo[/embed] The goal for making this project was to make a low-cost game console like a Nintendo Switch or Steam Deck…... Listed under:
  23. Encrypted Data Vault: Raspberry Pi Pico + ESP32 Version
    Day after day, it's getting harder to keep your data private. There's too much demand for it coming from multiple sides. Different sides might have different reasons to obtain your data, but does it matter for you? Does it really matter why your data is…... Listed under:
  24. Fritzmeter
    Did you ever wanted to know what the current usage of your internet connection is? I was interested in checking whether the internet service or my internet connection was the bottleneck. After a couple of days, I now know that some services I use like…... Listed under:
  25. 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Robotarm
    This is a school project for my informatic class. I recreated an other design from here. Step 1: Story The rough plan: A glove that tracks the movements of the hand and then sends it via WiFi to a Raspberry Pi, which runs a program that…... Listed under:
  26. Raspberry Pi Zero W Based Personal Temperature Controller
    Space heaters usually come with a thermostat for temperature control. The temperature control is done at the heating device and are might not be where you are located. Also, a lot of the space heaters just have a numbered dial for temperature control and not…... Listed under:
  27. AutoBill – AI Powered Instant Checkout
    AutoBill is an AI-powered autonomous checkout system for retail stores, that combines the power of computer vision and machine learning to provide an amazing shopping experience. AutoBill provides a faster checkout shopping experience to minimize human interactions in the store to keep shoppers and employees…... Listed under:
  28. Build Your Own Google Home-Enabled Smart Mirror in About Two Hours
    In this guide I'll teach you how to build your own simple Google Home-enabled magic mirror using a Raspberry Pi computer and Google's AIY Voice Kit. A few years back I built a complicated smart mirror that used an open-source voice assistant called Jasper. But that build…... Listed under:
  29. Security System With Motion Detection
    The system is designed to detect intrusion (unauthorized entry) into a building or other area. Step 1: Things Used in This Project Hardware components KEMET Electronics Corporation Proximity Sensor- Pyroelectric Infrared Sensor Module×1 Raspberry Pi Zero×1 Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2×1 Buzzer×1 LED (generic)×2 Arcade…... Listed under:
  30. Raspberry Pi Pico 200Khz Digital Oscilloscope
    A Waveform analyzer, Signal generator and logic tester in a small PI PICO. With a dedicated application, Runs on Android. Supplies Things needed for this projects: 1) Smart phone as display unit 2) Raspberry pi Pico 3) 1k, 100k resistors 4) Breadboard, jumper and usb…... Listed under:
  31. Smart Device Controller Weather Station Using IFTTT
    I created this project to turn an air purifier on and off based on the current weather. Mine depends on temperature, wind speed and direction. Any weather information could be used in your project. IFTTT ( If This Then That) applets are called to turn…... Listed under:
  32. All Sky Camera Enclosures.
    I have designed three* 3D printable cases which each use clear Acrylic tubes as enclosures. Additional printed parts help enclose the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera, a wide angle lens, and the electronics. The tube is sealed with printed flexible seals. All three* designs easily fit…... Listed under:
  33. Making the Ultimate Water-cooled Raspberry Pi Desktop Computer
    If you've been following my Instructables for a while then you're probably aware that I like to do unnecessary things, like building a water-cooled Raspberry Pi cluster. This was a fun project but isn't all that practical for everyday use. So in this Instructable, we're going…... Listed under:
  34. SNES Pi From a Broken Super Nintendo
    This project is for transforming a non-functional SNES into a retro-emulation powerhouse using a Raspberry Pi. As with most people during 2020, I began to rediscover old video games that I either loved to play or never got a chance to finish. I'm a Nintendo…... Listed under:
  35. Network Wide Ad-Blocker With Raspberry Pi
    Ads and interrupting pop-ups are extremely annoying. If you're like me you've taken steps to remove these ads by installing ad-block software and pop-up blockers. The thing is you have to do this with every device. Computers, tablets, phones, and even then, some sites require…... Listed under:
  36. Raspberry Pi All Sky Camera
    As an astrophotographer, it is good to know the sky conditions overnight. We set up our telescopes in the early evening. The telescope and its mount automate the process of taking pictures. Many images are captured while we sleep. In the morning, we want to…... Listed under:
  37. Li-ion Boost Module for Raspberry Pi
    So here's a problem that we all have sometimes while working with 3.7V Li-ion Cells. "How to boost its voltage from 3.7V to Stable 5V 2A so it could power a Raspberry Pi for example?" The Obvious answer would be to use a Boost module…... Listed under:
  38. Raspberry PI Pixel Art Animation Display
    While browsing Adafruit's Thingiverse designs, one caught my attention - 32x32 Pixel Display . I always love those RGB Matrix displays, and having one just to display some pop culture images and animations, was an awesome idea. This project takes the idea from Adafruit, but uses a…... Listed under:
  39. Raspberry Pi Pico STEAM Robot: Low-Cost, Programmable Robot
    Introducing the Raspberry Pi Pico STEAM Robot, a low-cost, programmable car suitable for young learners to build, program, and customize on their own! It utilizes Raspberry Pi pico at the core and is paired with simple electronics and recycled material. The movement of the car is programmable…... Listed under:
  40. Raspberry Picade 3D
    Im a truly 90's Kid and grew up with all those Consoles from the past. Since i had some Parts laying around and wanted to build some Cool Case to run those Arcade Games from it was no question to Print it out of my…... Listed under:
  41. How to Make a Raspberry Pi Security Camera Under $35!
    This project is an effective way of getting a security camera up and running that you can view over the network and also have it motion activated. With all the Security cameras you can buy, you can make one for more than half the price!…... Listed under:
  42. Lego Technic Rubik’s Cube Machine
    In 2019 LEGO introduced the Powered Up system with which their Technic models can be controlled with an app. With which the associated Technic Hubs are controlled by Bluetooth. As a result, each LEGO Technic model can be controlled in it's own unique way. The…... Listed under:
  43. Easier Data Collection With Customizable Pi-Based Robot
    The first task in an AI based project is data collection. This is often a grueling process where you have to label massive datasets by hand. This is very tiring to do manually and so EDCR(Easier Data Collection Robot) was born. This raspberry pi robot…... Listed under:
  44. Remote Control of Raspberry Pi Via SMS (RPi SMS Shell)
    The idea of this project is to move the whole Raspberry terminal to the world of SMS communication. This is a very good application in case there is no 5G/4G/3G coverage - but only GSM coverage for phone calls and SMSs. Even better, it is…... Listed under:
  45. The Simpsons TV – 3.5″ Screen Version
    I discovered the "Build A Simpsons TV" article in the Volume 79 issue of Make: magazine. The article is by Brandon Withrow and he did an excellent job documenting the build process in the article and on a dedicated web site: www.withrow.io/simpsons-tv-build-guide. As I embarked building my own…... Listed under:
  46. DIY Switchbot to Control Garage Door Via Smartphone
    I live in an apartment complex with an individual carport that can only be accessed from the outside. This meant that I needed to carry the bulky garage remote every time I go out. Carrying this thing was a hassle. If I am not wearing…... Listed under:
  47. Google Assistant on a Raspberry Pi!
    Have an old Raspberry Pi sitting around? Then it's time to put it to work! In this project, I will be telling you how to make a google assistant using a Raspberry Pi! Supplies Any Raspberry Pi (Faster is better) Micro sd card Usb Microphone…... Listed under:
  48. HomeKit Enabled Smart Power Strip and HomeKit Hub!
    I made a power strip that has 4 independently switchable outlets from a raspberry pi and other materials that I mostly had sitting around. The raspberry pi is running Homebridge which turns it into a hub for Apple's HomeKit. This allows you to make the…... Listed under:
  49. Making Tiny Apple Pi: Mini VMac for Raspberry Pi Zero
    Well, I recently learned about the existence of Tiny Mac. (It's late) I was inspired by cgenco and John's web pages. Thank you for creating such a Tiny Mac. Yes, I started wanting a Tiny Mac. So, I got Raspberry Pi immediately and started preparations. I changed my…... Listed under:
  50. Web Controlled Camera Turret
    In this instructable I will walk you through the steps on how to make a a servo-driven turret with a raspberry pi camera module, which you control over the web. Use it to spy on your cat or keep an eye on the kettle when…... Listed under:
  51. Projection-mapping on Spinning Top
    A spinning top with a string is a traditional toy in Japan that is popular among children. My daughter started practicing spinning tops at the nursery school. I came up with an idea to add new feature to this top. If the effect is projected…... Listed under:
  52. Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into a Fully Customizable Smart Home!
    Why buy an Alexa smart home device when you can build one yourself? Raspberry Pi Smart Home is just that. At its heart is a virtual assistant. built with one of the world's largest AI Models. This model not only has the ability to understand…... Listed under:
  53. How to Make a Custom Retro Gaming Controller
    Whether you can't afford a USB controller, or you just want the the challenge, making your own retro game controller is a great idea! This controller will use the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi, so you will need some experience working with electronics. Otherwise,…... Listed under:
  54. Raspberry Pi Smart Mirror
    Here's how to build a smart mirror using Raspberry Pi and the MagicMirror2 software ecosystem. It shows me the weather, the time, my calendar, and any of the other hundred available open-source modules. My mirror also has built-in LED strip vanity lighting. Supplies For this…... Listed under:
  55. PALPi Lite Edition
    So this is the PALPi V4 which is a DIY Retro Game Console powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero W. The IDEA here was to make a portable handheld gaming console that can run RETRO Games like Contra, Pokemon, Super Mario ETC. For Display, I've…... Listed under:
  56. Glowing RGB LED Magic Cube (WS2812)
    I fully designed from scratch every single piece of this project to create a cool glowing Magic LED Cube, mainly made for light animation and basically could be explored for decoration of Electronics Labs. Designed around the awesome RP2040 Microcontroller and Built with a full of electronics passion…... Listed under:
  57. Raspberry Pi Retro Arcade Machine
    Introduction Hello everyone, and welcome to this tutorial on how to create your own retro-gaming machine using Raspberry pi. This tutorial will teach you how to install RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi. I want to state I will focus on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model…... Listed under:
  58. Build a button-driven video player using a Raspberry Pi
    In this guide, I’ll cover how to build a dedicated video player built around a Raspberry Pi Zero – a small, low cost computer. The player uses arcade-style light up buttons to select a video and indicate what’s currently playing. This could be useful for…... Listed under:
  59. LED Panel Weather App Project
    Overview I bought a 32x64 RGB LED Panel in May of 2018 just for the hell of it. No real plan or application. I tend to go on buying binges for electronics periodically. I think I might have powered it up with some Arduino code…... Listed under:
  60. Facial Recognition for Car Security System using raspberry pi
    I. Summary The project is to build a facial recognition for Car Security System using the raspberry pi. This project offers additional advanced security features for new generation vehicles such as tesla. The raspberry pi will act as a command module for the proposed advanced…... Listed under:
    I have an old iPad which has been dropped so many times that a piece of wire fell out the side, and I think that wire was the WiFi antenna. The iPad can only connect to WiFi when it’s close to the access point or…... Listed under:
  62. Learning Physical Computing with Raspberry Pi for the Absolute Beginner
    Introduction to Physical Computing 1 Introduction With over ten million units sold, the Raspberry Pi single board computer has become one of the most popular ways to learn computer science. Raspberry Pi s are ultra-low-cost, fully functional tiny computers. While there are many models of…... Listed under:
  63. 6-DoF Collaborative Manipulator Robot for Assistance in Surgery
    Abstract: The aim of this project was to develop a prototype of a collaborative robotic system that can assist doctors during surgeries (or medical procedures). The purpose of this system was that it would eliminate the need for a medical assistant (or a nurse) to…... Listed under:
  64. Raspberry Plex
    I’ve been running Plex on a Synology NAS for the last year, with a Google Chromecast handling display. It’s worked well enough, but my DS 216 struggles at times to keep up with the movie (I’m not transcoding; that would never work). I decided to get into…... Listed under:
  65. Raspberry Pi Cluster for Parallel and Distributed Computing
    Abstract Parallel and distributed computing have become an essential part of the ‘Big Data’ processing and analysis, especially for geophysical applications. The main goal of this project was to build a 4-node distributed computing cluster system using the Raspberry Pi single-board computers for educational and…... Listed under:
    Introduction House security matters and people always try to make life easier at the same time. That’s why we put up with our project, Face Recognition Door Lock System. We developed this system based on Raspberry-pi 3, to make the house only accessible when your…... Listed under:
  67. Raspberry Pi Car HUD
    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 automobile’s…... Listed under:
  68. Featured Technology: Raspberry Pi
    Raspberry Pi is a miniature computer that can be programmed to operate other devices and interact with sensors to deliver information. The Raspberry Pi v3 runs a fully functional operating system called Raspian and has built in USB and HDMI ports to connect with monitors…... Listed under:
  69. A Slice of Raspberry Pi
    Not a dessert, or a bad math pun, Raspberry Pi is one of many the many single board computers available on the market today. The device was created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation – a UK based charity founded in 2009 and dedicated to promoting…... Listed under:
  70. Rotating Platform based on Raspberry pi
    Preface: This project is inspired by the pan-tilt camera platform. Some components of the project is from an open-source project on this website http://spin.media.mit.edu/build The reason that I started this project is I found it is necessary to build a platform that can rotate freely controlled…... Listed under:
  71. Raspberry Pi: An Effective Vehicle in Teaching the Internet of Things in Computer Science and Engineering
    Abstract: The Raspberry Pi is being increasingly adopted as a suitable platform in both researchand applications of the Internet of Things (IoT). This study presents a novel project-based teachingand learning approach devised in an Internet of Things course for undergraduate students in thecomputer science major,…... Listed under:
  72. RAD Workshop
    Objective The objective of this workshop is to explore the capabilities of a Raspberry Pi, utilize computer vision to detect objects by color, and integrate servo motor control with the color detection output. Overview Raspberry Pi A Raspberry Pi is a single-board, small computer that…... Listed under:
  73. Raspberry Pi projects to facilitate research
    Collecting environmental data and monitoring your research projects can require lots of resources. Growing conditions in greenhouses, chambers, and any other controlled environment, vary from outdoor climates and that variation needs to be accounted for in research. This is often accomplished with sensors for temperature,…... Listed under:
  74. Notice Board for receiving messages on Oled display using embedded device and IoT
    A notice board is made with help of Oled connected to a Raspberry Pi. This project will be divided into two parts. In the first part, there will be a website where a user can type the message to be sent on the Notice Board.…... Listed under:
  75. Honeyhive – A Network Intrusion Detection System Framework Utilizing Distributed Internet of Things Honeypot Sensors
    I. Introduction 1.1 Background With the ever increasing number of Internet-connected devices, the importance of cyber security similarly increases. Exploding over the past decade, the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices connected to the Internet jumped from 3.8 billion in 2015 to 17.8 billion…... Listed under:
  76. Autonomous Vehicle Research Project
    1. Abstract The idea of a self-driving car is one which is actively studied and tested for use on the road.In addition, the machine learning tools required to create such a vehicle has become more and moreavailable to the public as time goes on. With…... Listed under:
  77. Detailed Power Measurement with Arm Embedded Boards
    INTRODUCTION AND MOTIVATION In the design of modern electronic equipment, energy and power consumptionhave become increasingly important. In order to design better products, engineersneed to understand the power behavior of previous products, which they can use toroughly estimate the performance of new products and future…... Listed under:
  78. Raspberry pi pico Program Structure – CircuitPython
    The examples in this section illustrate several common approaches to structuring whole programs in CircuitPython. These are abstracted templates which will apply to any compatible microcontroller. These examples explore the tradeoffs which emerge when designing the control flow of the entire program. Embedded microcontroller programs…... Listed under:
  79. Raspberry Pi Pico Numerical Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These use only the onboard hardware and the serial console. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  80. Node-RED.
    1 Introduction This documentation catalogs the progress made so far in the installation of the Node-Red development tool used for data collection and analysis of Margherita 1 & 2. Not all methods and tools listed are used in the the current finished product, but were…... Listed under:
  81. Raspberry Pi Pico I2C Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more I2C (or I2C) devices are externally attached. The I2C bus is a two-wire bidirectional serial bus for short-distance low-bandwidth communication between a microcontroller and peripherals.…... Listed under:
  82. Raspberry Pi Pico NeoPixel LED Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  83. The User Manual
    Introduction We strongly wish our product will help you. The main requirements from our clients aredetecting the fire and transmitting the images/videos to the ground station wirelessly. Moreover,these two parts should be real-time.We are pleased that you have chosen Wildfire Drone for your business needs.…... Listed under:
  84. Raspberry Pi Pico Ultrasonic Ranger Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  85. Raspberry Pi Pico Stepper Motor Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  86. UCF Senior Design Smart Mirror
    1 Executive Summary The document at hand describes the motivation, research, design and prototypingcompleted for the Senior Design 1 Semester at the University of Central Florida. Thefollowing will go into very detailed and rigorous amounts of information concerning thedevelopment of the Smart Mirror project of…... Listed under:
  87. Raspberry Pi Pico Music and Rhythm Examples – CircuitPython
    The following short CircuitPython programs demonstrate rhythm and music generation. These are largely platform-neutral. Metronome Example This example demonstrates the essential elements of creating a pattern of movement over time within an event-loop programming structure. Direct download: metronome.py. # metronome.py # Raspberry Pi Pico - demonstrate…... Listed under:
  88. Raspberry pi Pico Remote Connection Examples – CircuitPython
    The following short CircuitPython programs will demonstrate communication via the host serial port. This interface can be used for local debugging as a user console, and also enable linking projects across the network. The network connection uses a Python program running on a laptop or…... Listed under:
  89. Raspberry Pi Pico Decision Tree Classifier
    This sketch demonstrates an example of accelerometer data processing using a classification tree. The classifier code was generated using the Python script classifier_gen.py using recorded and labeled training data. The underlying classification tree was automatically generated using the Python scikit-learn library. The purpose of the classifier is to categorize…... Listed under:
  90. Design, Fabrication, and Testing of a Piezoelectric Membrane Filter System
    Problem Statement 1.1 Requirements and Specifications Due to the system being a completely new idea, specific requirements were not provided. It was decidedthat the following values should suffice for an efficient system. The group will strive to meet all of thefollowing quantified expectations:● Objective/Purpose: The…... Listed under:
  91. Raspberry pi pico Signal Processing Examples – CircuitPython
    N.B. this is new and still being tested. The following Python samples demonstrate several single-channel filters for processing sensor data. The filter functions are purely numeric operations and should work on any Python or CircuitPython system. This supports offline testing, as they can be debugged…... Listed under:
  92. Smart Garage Parking Aid (Smart GPA)
    1 Executive Summary Ever since the 19th century, driving an automobile has been one of the mainmeans of transportation. After several inventions from different people (Karl Benz,Henry Ford,etc.) the use of automobiles of all different sorts was increased greatlywhich in turn came with some problems.Some…... Listed under:
  93. Raspberry Pi Pico Digital Input/Output Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  94. Raspberry Pi Pico Hobby Servo Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more hobby servo actuators are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can…... Listed under:
  95. Automated Frame Spacer/Pin Removal
    Acknowledgement The IPFW General Motors senior design team would like to give special thanks to Dr. Zhuming Bi,and Yanfei Liu for their guidance throughout the build process. Their input was instrumental inproviding us with the right tools to make thorough design choices. We would like…... Listed under:
  96. Raspberry Pi Pico Introductory Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These use only the onboard hardware and the serial console. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  97. Raspberry pi pico analog Input/Output Example
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more analog input circuits are externally attached to an ADC input. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the…... Listed under:
  98. Wi­Fi Connected Locker Access System
    Problem Statement Senior Design teams at Iowa State store their projects in the Senior Design lab in lockerssecured by padlocks. These locks are reused semester after semester and previous studentsmay remember their locker combination for the sake of tampering with current student’sprojects. Additionally, administrators have…... Listed under:
  99. Raspberry pi pico dc motor controller
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or DC motor actuators are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  100. Nanoclay Crosslinked pH-Sensitive Hydrogel for Rhythmic Hormone Delivery
    1.1 General Introduction Numerous endogenous hormones are known to be secreted in a pulsatile manner. Forexample, a neuroendocrine network controls reproduction and sexual development inmammals, where the release of hormones is not constant with time. An importantreproductive hormone in human puberty and reproduction, gonadotropin releasinghormone…... Listed under:
  101. Komatsu Sponsored – Performance of an ECU CAN Network With and Without On-The-Fly Data Encryption
    I. Introduction In the automotive industry, ECUs are used to control and monitor electrical systems in vehiclesand other electronic equipment. As the complexity of automotive systems increases, the numberof required ECUs increases as well. This is because it is not uncommon for a single ECU…... Listed under:
  102. ACAS: Always Connected, Always Secure
    Introduction 1.1 Motivation Safety is paramount, and there is no place where safety is more important than in the home. According to a 2017 crime statistics study conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), there is a home burglary every 22.6 seconds in the…... Listed under:
  103. An Approach to Semi-Autonomous Indoor Drone System: Software Architectur and Integration Testing
    INTRODUCTION An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft withouta human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which alsoincludes a ground-based controller and a system of communications between the two (Watts et al.,2012). The…... Listed under:
  104. Real-Time DNN Inferencing
    In this lab, you will learn how to load a Deep Neural Network (DNN) model and performinferencing operations on the Raspberry Pi 4. (Note that much of this lab is derived from the DeepPicar project, shown in the pictures above. Ifyou want to know more…... Listed under:
  105. Setting up the Raspberry Pi Pico for C/C++ Development on Windows
    Documentation Everything in this file comes from the Getting started with Raspberry Pi Pico for C/C++ development guide. This file contains all of the same content, just organized into an enumerated list. Getting everything installed Install the ARM GCC compiler.During installation, make sure to tick the box…... Listed under:
  106. Wireless Modular Testbed
    Section I. Introduction Dr. Vigil-Haye’s problem is the lack of hardware to demonstrate networking architectures. Dr.Vigil-Hayes desired the creation of a modular wireless testbed that can be used to representdifferent and unique network architectures for her teachings. Each device would allow for anarray of antennas…... Listed under:
  107. Digital Design and Computer Architecture
    Introduction In this lab, you will learn to program an ARM processor on the Raspberry Pi in C by following atutorial and then writing several of your own programs.At this point in your education, you have likely written a fair amount of code. Writing C…... Listed under:
  108. EMG-Based Human Machine Interface System
    1. BACKGROUND 1.1. Related Work In 2015, Harvard designed an assisted motion glove to give grip strength and lifting support tohumans with hand impairments. [1]The soft glove design is made to be wearable and lightweightfor the user. The glove would detect weak EMG specific signal…... Listed under:
  109. Eagleye: Integration of Personnel Tracking in an Augmented Reality Environment
    Introduction Problem Statement There are inherently a lot of problems with not knowing where people are located at. Whetherthey are in the location they say they are, or if they are missing and others are trying to find them.When workers cannot be located, there are…... Listed under:
  110. Komatsu Sponsored – ECU Communication and Networking
    I. Introduction The automotive industry uses an Electronic Control Unit (ECU) to control electrical systems orsubsystems in a vehicle. Networks of these units are capable of controlling and monitoring entiremachines such as those found in the construction and mining industries. As the number of ECUsin…... Listed under:
  111. Budget Remote Access VPN & NAS
    In the modern business environment, many employees are traveling or working from home. To compensate for this, many companies offer a VPN service, where employees can access a company's private network over the internet. This offers a secure method of accessing this information through an…... Listed under:
  112. Wi­Fi Connected Locker Access System
    Problem Statement Senior Design teams at Iowa State store their projects in the Senior Design lab in lockers secured by padlocks. These locks are reused semester after semester and previous students may remember their locker combination for the sake of tampering with current student’s projects.…... Listed under:
  113. Design of an Inexpensive Residential Phasor Measurement Unit
    Introduction 1.1 Motivation On August 14, 2003, North America suffered its largest blackout. Major 345 kV transmission lines dropped out of service, unbeknownst to operators, causing a cascading outage that extended across the Midwest, Northeast, and into Canada [1]. An investigation launched by the North…... Listed under:
  114. Building a Nvidia Jetson TK1 Cluster
    This module acts as a tutorial to help users build a cluster of Nvidia Jetson TK1 cluster for Parallel Programming and Distributed Processing. The guide is a step by step procedure to build a 6 Node TK1 cluster with a shared network file system. Note…... Listed under:
  115. Holiday Arboreal Light Project
    1 Introduction 1.1 Acknowledgement We would like to thank Dr. Thomas Daniels for the assistance in researching, developing and guiding usthroughout the two semesters we have worked with him. He has been an amazing resource as weworked through challenges on the project. We appreciate all…... Listed under:
  116. ROObockey: Remote Controlled, Aim-Assisted Street Hockey Robot
    IntroductionAs technology advances, image processing is being used in numerous applications especiallywithin robotics. Examples of image processing can be found in autonomous vehicles andcommercial robots. The Robogames Competition held in San Mateo, California challengesstudents to use new technologies to design a robot hockey player capable…... Listed under:
    The navigation methods currently employed by many autonomous vehicle companies such asGoogle, Uber, and Telsa rely upon manually driving roadways and gathering information aboutthe roadway infrastructure with lidar before any autonomous navigation is possible. While thismethod can be very effective, issues can arise when the…... Listed under:
  118. Managing Variability in Assembly Lines
    Introduction Manufacturing companies have different ways to meet the market demand, some companiesdeliver end products from their inventory to the customers. Other companies, instead of keepingthe finished goods inventories, they assemble or manufacture end products only after theyreceive the customer order. However, producing finished goods…... Listed under:
  119. Autonomous Quadcopter Platform
    Hardware Setup WARNING: Experience with flying Remotely Controlled Quad­Copter is required. Binding Procedure Binding is required the first time the craft is used with a new transmitter. It is doneusing the following procedure. To place Rx into binding mode, pace a wire jumper across PCB…... Listed under:
  120. Implementation of Simultaneous Multi-Streaming of Live Solar Eclipse Video via 5.8 GHz AirMax
    I. Introduction FOR the 2017 solar eclipse ballooning, the live streaming of the videos capturing the shadows of the solar eclipse was one of the main objectives. All teams who participated in the 2017 solar eclipse ballooning project were initially provided with a baseline ballooning…... Listed under:
  121. MCP Scrubber Monitoring
    1 Introduction The scrubber is a device that bombards microchannel plates (MCP’s) with electrons, thus“scrubbing” them. This is done both to stabilize the gain of the MCPs and to, as the namewould suggest, clean them of any residue. As detailed by Tyler Lutz in his…... Listed under:
  122. Design and Development of a Low-Cost Inspection Robot
    1.   Introduction Our nation’s infrastructure is aging and deteriorating rapidly. Currently there is no mechanism to thoroughly inspect the condition of our bridges, waste tanks, pipelines, and reactors. Many of these structures have reached the end of their design life and need to be inspected…... Listed under:
  123. Smart House
    1 Introduction For the process of designing the Smart Home system, there are a few key steps covered in this report. First, the problem statement for this project is defined, which includes defining the boundary of the system, the interfaces needed between the system and…... Listed under:
  124. Learn to use the Linux command line, C++, and Python
    Things you need to knowTwo Flavors/Distros we will be using. CentOS release 6.4 (Final) on Taz.harding.eduRaspbian 3.10.25 - a modification of DebianCommand line programs ls or ls cp – copy a file to another location mv – rename a file cd – change directory/folder mkdir…... Listed under:
  125. Pi3: Getting BLE Up and Running
    Raspberry Pi running Wheezy (Debian 7) There’s a few different way to figure out what distribution you have. You can do:$lsb_release -aor$cat /proc/version (didn’t work for me)or$cat /etc/*-releaseI’m sure there are other ways. Here are the results for all 3: (Note: I tried getting this…... Listed under:
  126. Live RSSI Mapping System
    1   Introduction As our connection to the internet becomes increasingly important and as new forms of dispens- ing internet services emerge, it is important to identify weak-spots in any internet network. We propose developing Raspberry Pi devices which will continuously monitor the strength of a WiFi…... Listed under:
  127. A Novel System To Improve Over-Speeding Traffic Violation Ticketing using a Black Box
    Introduction ’Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem and a big idea turn in to innovation.’ - Dean Kamen National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration or more commonly known as NHTSA is a federal agency of the US state government. The…... Listed under:
  128. Home Alarm System With Raspberry Pi
    1.1   Introduction This project will be a home alarm system. It will be made using a Raspberry Pi, an RF receiver, some RF transmitters. The primary purpose will be to alert the homeowners with some kind of sound and maybe push notifications to registered Android…... Listed under: ,
    1  INTRODUCTION Son-O-MERMAID is a concept that evolved from MERMAID [1], a floating instrument that acts as a freely drifting seismometer equipped with a hydrophone that captures acoustic signals caused by distant seismic activity. MERMAID is equipped with sensitive on-board acoustics, a battery life measured in…... Listed under:
  130. Underwater 3D Data Collection
    1.0   Introduction: How can you call this planet earth, when it is quite clearly water? On average, 1,582 shipping containers of cargo have been lost at sea each year over the past nine years (World Shipping Council, 2017). These lost containers, however, only make-up a…... Listed under:
  131. Board-to-Board Communication
    In this lab, you will establish UART based communication channels between the Pi 4 and the HiFive 1 boards. Part 0: Setup the UART connections (for TAs) In this part, we will connect the HiFive1 and the Raspberry Pi 4 boards via two UART channels.…... Listed under:
  132. Homework 4: Linux GPIO Interface
    Use your Raspberry-Pi to work on this project. You will need a breadboard, an LED, some resistors, and some wire for this homework. In class I handed out some female/male hookup wires for connecting the Pi to the breadboard. You should source the remaining parts…... Listed under:
    1. INTRODUCTION With the advent of e-commerce, the demand for products has increased and the companies need large inventory and require handling large volumes on a daily basis. This includes a lot of labor- intensive tasks like storing, moving, scanning, inspecting, delivering, and many more.…... Listed under:
  134. Working with your Pi
    You'll work on this lab individually (but it's ok to ask other students for help). In this lab, you'll set up Linux on your Pi and get some experience with command-line tools. Goals: Set up Raspbian on your Raspberry Pi 2 BLog into your Pi…... Listed under:
  135. IoT Smart Alarm Clock
    I. Summary The smart alarm clock is an open-source project about building and programming an Internet of Things alarm clock. The following project provides all information you need to build the smart alarm clock. The IoT Smart Alarm Clock has text to speech synthesizer, three ways…... Listed under:
  136. Stand-Alone Device for Chord Detection
    1.  Introduction Ever since I started playing the violin when I was three years old, both listening to and playing music as been one of my strongest passions. The study of music theory is something that I have pursued since senior year of high school,…... Listed under:
  137. Creating a mesh sensor network using Raspberry Pi and XBee radio modules
    Introduction We live in uncertain times. The list of environmental problems seems to grow, while the solutions feel increasingly out of reach. But daunting as it may be, it is imperative that we address these issues. The earth is, in the words of Carl Sagan,…... Listed under:
  138. Implementation of Simultaneous Multi-Streaming of Live Solar Eclipse Video via 5.8 GHz AirMax
    I. Introduction OR the 2017 solar eclipse ballooning, the live streaming of the videos capturing the shadows of the solar eclipse was one of the main objectives. All teams who participated in the 2017 solar eclipse ballooning project were initially provided with a baseline ballooning…... Listed under:
  139. Raspberry Pi Enterprise Network WiFi Bridge
    The goal of this project is to allow an IoT device, such as a Weemo Smart Plug, Amazon Echo, Gaming Console, or any other Wi-Fi enabled device to connect to a WPA_EAP Enterprise Network by using a Raspberry Pi Zero W as a packet forwarding…... Listed under:
  140. Design of Remote Datalogger Connection and Live Data Tweeting System
    I. INTRODUCTION Global average temperatures have increased alongside increases in population and consumption. These changes pose serious threats to the current standard of living as weather events become less predictable and more intense (Westra et. al., 2014). Along with this trend, increases in population are accompanied…... Listed under:
  141. Real-time Transmission of Voice over 802.11 Wireless Networks Using Raspberry Pi
    INTRODUCTION In the recent years, proliferation of technologies like WiMAX , IEEE 802.11, 3G and Bluetooth has directed much attention to wireless audio streaming. Nowadays audio streaming via radio waves and Bluetooth has particularly gained momentum. But these technologies have limitations such as, the destination…... Listed under:
    ABSTRACT This project is a multidisciplinary initiative with an objective to develop a scalable robotic platform of ground and aerial robotic swarms that are capable of tracking an object in an unknown environment. Conventionally, most robotic platforms perform tasks independently and are not designed to…... Listed under:
    The goal of this project was to construct a standalone table-top arcade station using the Raspberry Pi. Our inspiration for this project came from our mutual fondness for classic video games and interest in using the versatile capabilities of the Linux operating system on the…... Listed under:
  144. ECE5725 RPi Based AR Game
    Introduction We developed an AR game based on RPi in our project. In this game, player can control a robot through WiFi to explore the environment around it. There would be some monsters and other items for player to find. Player can fight with monsters…... Listed under:
  145. PiFi SLAM
    Objective Our goal was to solve the simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) problem by using WiFi measurements. Specifically we wanted to implement this paper, where they solved SLAM through a Graph SLAM formulation with WiFi signal strength and movement data from an IMU. Due to the constraints…... Listed under:
    1.  INTRODUCTION The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized computer that allows to let the computer machine apart and develop infinity of possibilities. Raspberry Pi is going to be used in this project in order to control some electronical devices to build a remote control vehicle…... Listed under:
    1 INTRODUCTION Son-O-MERMAID is a concept that evolved from MERMAID [1], a floating instrument that acts as a freely drifting seismometer equipped with a hydrophone that captures acoustic signals caused by distant seismic activity. MERMAID is equipped with sensitive on-board acoustics, a battery life measured in…... Listed under:
  148. Smart Door System based on raspberry pi
    Introduction The following subsections have an overview, motivation, importance, objective, problem analysis, list of requirement and expected results. 1.1     Overview of the project At any moment, you may have a visitor, that visitor may be a friend who has something to say or an intruder…... Listed under:
  149. Implementation and Design of Webcam Systems for Traffic Monitoring in Acadia National Park
    Abstract Because traffic congestion often has impacts on safety, visitor experience, resources, emergency response times, and park operations, reducing congestion is an important management topic for Acadia National Park. This project explores the use of remote webcams to monitor parking lots and other areas of…... Listed under:
  150. Home Automation Based on Raspberry Pi Single Board Computer
    Chapter 1 : Introduction and problem statement : The following subsections have an overview, short description, problem analysis, list of requirement and objectives. 1.1 Introduction Everyone wants to know who is at his front door, Which day and at what time they came, to be…... Listed under:
  151. Real-time Motion Planning For Autonomous Car in Multiple Situations, Under Simulated Urban Environment
    Advanced autonomous cars have revolutionary meaning for the automobile industry. While more and more companies have already started to build their own autonomous cars, no one has yet brought a practical autonomous car into the market. One key problem of their cars is lacking a…... Listed under:
  152. Multi-Language Voice Control IoT Home Automation Using Google Assistant and Raspberry Pi
    I. Summary The purpose of this project is to build a multi-language voice control IoT home automation using Google Assistant and Raspberry Pi. This project will enable the user to control a home despite the language being used. This will be enables by using IoT…... Listed under:
    The widespread of low cost embedded electronics makes it easier to implement the smart devices that can understand either the environment or the user behaviors [3]. The main object of this project is to design and implement home use portable smart electronics, including the portable…... Listed under:
  154. Wearable and Real-time Kinematics Estimates with OpenSense
    In the page, we introduce you to the open-source hardware and software that allows you to use OpenSense to analyze movements in real-time, show you how to assemble your own device, and provide information for you to customize the setup to a specific application. What…... Listed under:
  155. On-Board Processing for Linear Target Mapping
    Background/Scenario In many military applications, communications to unmanned systems are limited or prohibited and In the undersea domain, this is often the norm. Conducting submarine-launched Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) operations requires a level of autonomy for the AUV dependent on its assigned tasks, environmental conditions,…... Listed under:
  156. EC 521 Group 3 – Raspberry Pi 3B Security Assessment
    Background High-level Description This project is a security assessment on the Raspberry Pi Model 3B. We are group 3, and our group consists of four members: Joshua Bassin, Ashley Cui, Kaitlin Walsh, and Hang Xu. We have looked at multiple areas of the Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  157. NAS on Raspberry Pi
    This article is about setting up network storage on Raspbian (follow the link to view the article on my corporate blog) 1. What is a NAS Server A (Network Attached Storage) NAS Server is a network storage system to serve and share files to other…... Listed under:
  158. Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry PiFoundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of  basic computer science in schools.[4][5][6]The Raspberry Pi is manufactured in three board configurations through licensed manufacturing agreements with Newark element14 (Premier Farnell), RS Components and Eggman. These companies…... Listed under:
  159. Automatic Weather Satellite Image Downlink Program
    Introduction In the beginning of the autumn semester, we came across some videos from Youtube introducing the SDR (Software Defined Radio). We found it very interesting because it has a very broad range of frequency detections and leaves all the filtering & processing stuff to…... Listed under:
    Customizing Raspbian Images At Bucknell we have been deploying devices built around Raspberry Pies to take on a wide range of duties including data collection duties in the field. The Raspberry Pi turns out to be a hardy device we can close in weather proof…... Listed under:
    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 to make. Here, you…... Listed under:
  162. Adafruit’s Raspberry Pi Lesson 9. Controlling a DC Motor
    Overview This lesson describes how to control both the speed and direction of a DC motor using Pythonand a L293D chip. In Lesson 8, we used the Pi to generate pulses to control the position of a servo motor. In thislesson we use pulses to control the speed of a regular DC motor and the L293D motor controlchip…... Listed under:
    Introduction Our project idea is to utilize a Raspberry Pi 3 to build a webcam server that provides a platform for users to remotely monitor their homes over the internet. DropBox uploading of captured images and email notifications will be triggered if a human is…... Listed under:
  164. ECE5725 Project Sand Flow
    Introduction Short description of what was done for the project. The work team has done for the sand flow system is to simulate the motion of sand to realize the sand matrix game on PiTFT screen. The piTFT screen is hand held by users so…... Listed under:
    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:
  166. The Remote Debugginator
    The Remote Debugginator is a device created for the Acacia Irrigation Project to enable remote access to a LAN network over 3g. We have three irrigation sites serving about 20 farmers’ fields. Each of these sites has a Raspberry Pi collecting data on sunlight, temperature, power consumption,…... Listed under:
  167. The Integration of Sensor Data with Raspberry Pi Microprocessor
    Abstract To implement various sensors on an integrated robotic system, a programming environment and valid communication methods that is capable of inputting digitized sensor data, and use those data in the control loop, is needed. Keywords: I2C communication, UART communication, Adafruit Ultimate GP Breakout, Sparkfun…... Listed under:
  168. Introducing the Raspberry Pi Zero
    A Tour of the Pi Zero It's Thanksgiving 2015 - the turkey's brining, the potatos not-yet-mashed…and from Pi Towers the call goes out A NEWPI IS BORN! LONG LIVE THE PI! The Pi Zero - the smallest, thinnest, most-affordable Pi ever. So much so, it…... Listed under:
  169. NSF NeTs Small RUI: Wireless Sensor Network Project
    Bulldog Mote One project currently being engaged in is the development of a new wireless sensor mote tobe used by California State University, Fresno. This new mote will be a brand-new deviceusing existing and up-and-coming technologies to be used by students to further researchefficient routing…... Listed under:
  170. Raspberry Pi VPN Travel Router
    I. Introduction Even the basic features of consumer devices often require an internet connection as mobileoperating systems shift to cloud-hosted platforms for services like photo storage, messaging,video playback, etc. While the expansion of mobile data networks has helped to provide “alwayson” connections for these devices,…... Listed under:
    When you start your Raspberry Pi for the first time, it is important that you configure the system for your context. This includes setting up your password, country, language, and time zone. In addition, for exercises in this book, this includes enabling a range of…... Listed under:
    INTRODUCTION The objective of our project is to develop a Home Network Protector (HNP) that preventsagainst cyber intrusions. This will include network firewall, intrusion prevention system,and a vulnerability scanner. The HNP will operate as your home router and monitor theinternet traffic in real-time to prevent…... Listed under:
  173. Pet Food Monitor Using Raspberry Pi
    Introduction For pet owners, monitoring their food intake is one of the most important aspects of ensuring ahealthy and happy pet. Overeating has the potential of negatively affecting a pet’s life, while apet refusing to eat could be a sign of something more serious that…... Listed under:
  174. Raspberry Carputer Infotainment System
    Intro & Parts List  This tutorial was designed to help you build an in-car infotainment system or carputer using a Raspberry Pi, and a few other components. The concept was something that I found when I got my first Raspberry Pi for a class, and…... Listed under:
  175. Design Applications for Girls on Raspberry Pi Platform
    1.0 Background Millions of girls in developing countries are still being denied an education. This issue isworldwide and slow education progress for girls nowadays will have a huge impact in societyover lifetime. To resolve this issue, Q8 engineering teams are concerned the girls’ educationalissues, using…... Listed under:
    A. OBJECTIVE To build the software system of the raspberry pi inside Sonbi andintegrate the Microsoft Kinect onto to Raspberry pi and make itinteractive with Sonbi robot in a way when people stands in front ofKinect, the Sonbi robot waves his arms to the people.…... Listed under:
  177. Setting Up Raspberry Pi, Camera,and iRobot Create
    IntroductionRaspberry Pi is a small single­board computer with USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI,Audio, and GPIO connectivity. In cs424, we will be controlling an iRobot create using aRaspberry Pi 3 Model B. This particular model is the most capable compared to the othermodels. It has 4…... Listed under:
  178. Raspberry Pi on UVa WiFi Network
    The easiest way to get your Raspberry Pi connected to the Internet at the University of Virginia is to use an Ethernet cable. If you want to use wireless, pretty much the only option is to use the hidden “wahoo” network. This is a quick…... Listed under:
  179. E-mail Spam Filtering on Raspberry Pi using Machine Learning
    Introduction Access to internet and social media has resulted in an exponential increase of digital marketing and targeted advertising. One of the ways targeted advertising is achieved is through e-mails. Most of the times, the advertisement e-mails are unsolicited and provide no useful information to…... Listed under:
  180. Webcam Streaming Video On Raspberry Pivia Browser
    Compiling FFMpeg For Webcam Streaming  First thing we need to do is to get a version of ffmpeg that can stream. If you haven’t installedGit on your Raspberry Pi, do that first.sudo apt-get install git Once git was installed, I went into /usr/src to download the source for…... Listed under:
  181. Software for a button-driven Raspberry Pi video player
    Previously, I described how to build a dedicated video player using a Raspberry Pi Zero – a small, very cheap (~$10) computer and a set of physical buttons to switch the active video. The Pi Zero works for 1080p HD video. If you want to…... Listed under:
    The daemon hostapd is a Linux service which enables  a “host” computer to become a WiFi Access Point (AP).     Thus  “host” + “AP” + “d”  (for daemon) gives the name hostapd. I originally learned to set up hostapd from  instructions on Pastebin written by user Dryfire117,1 andlater found…... Listed under:
  183. Graphic Design Display using Raspberry Pi and Adafruit LED Workshop
    Overview Our workshop will introduce students to the project "Graphic Design Display using Raspberry Pi and Adafruit LED". This workshop is part of our club initiative to engage students in computer science courses through STEAM project experiences. The project is designed to incorporate technology and…... Listed under:
  184. Precision Pointing Device
    IMAGE PROCESSING DETAILS The OTS MGS evolved across three main iterations. The driving system requirement of these iterations was processing all image analysis and feedback within 100ms per frame, or 10fps. First Iteration: Image processing starts with the loading of a video frame into memory…... Listed under:
  185. Self Parking Car
    Introduction We are offering a solution to the most feared part of a driver’s test –Parallel Parking. Driving through the city, it is a grueling task finding a parking spot. But squeezing your car into it is a whole different ball game. Wouldn’t it be…... Listed under:
  186. Automatic Number Plate Recognition System
    Introduction Our project aims to design a parking barrier modeling system with automatic number plate recognition.In our project, we used two Raspberry Pi. One for controlling the car stuck with printed number plate to move linearly toward the barrier and stop if it is not…... Listed under:
  187. Burning Raspbian to an (micro)SD Card
    Flash the image Open EtcherSelect the Raspbian imageSelect the drive to which you want to burnDouble check your selectionsThis is critical, as you run the risk of overwriting the wrong drive (including your primary hard drive)Click “Flash!” and wait until Etcher writes and validates the image. This can take around 10…... Listed under:
  188. Autonomous Object Tracking Turret
    Project Objective For our ECE 5725 Design with Embedded Operating Systems final project, we created an autonomous object tracking turret. Our turret is able to locate blue objects in real time and autonomously track it with two degree freedom of motion (rotation and tilt). Our…... Listed under:
  189. Ultrasonic Sensor (HC-SR04) + Raspberry Pi
    Hardware Raspberry pi 3Ultrasonic Sensor(s) - HC-SR04A set of resistors for each sensor you are connecting330Ω and 470ΩJumper wires to connect the sensor(s) to the piBreadboard to connect the sensor(s) to the pi Wire Setup Pins There are four pins (labeled) on the sensor that…... Listed under:
  190. Network Adapter in Monitoring Mode – Rasp Pi 3B
    Overview The Raspberry Pi 3B+ (and all other current Raspberry Pis) has built in WiFi. The "wlan0" interface is typically the default gateway of connection besides Ethernet, but it is not capable of entering "monitoring mode". In this tutorial, we will show you how to…... Listed under:
  191. Accelerometer + Pi Zero
    Overview This tutorial involves wiring the H3LIS331DL accelerometer to the Raspberry Pi 0, as well as implementing the code in python that executes the readings. This specific accelerometer is 3-axis, meaning it records data in the x, y, and z-planes, and can take readings up…... Listed under:
  192. LCD display + Raspberry Pi
    Wire setup 1. Solder the 0.1" header strip into the 16 pins of the LCD screen's board 2. Connect the wires as shown above Pin 2 (VCC) and 6 (Ground) on raspberry pi to power and ground respectivelyOn LCD pin 1 to ground, pin 2…... Listed under:
  193. reTerminal Machine Learning Demos (Edge Impulse and Arm NN)
    8 GB RAM 32 GB eMMC Raspberry Pi CM development board with touchscreen and plenty of interfaces. Story Last few articles I published were about TinyML with Wio Terminal - a Cortex M4F based development board with an LCD screen in sturdy plastic case. Seeed…... Listed under:
  194. Hardware Boot Select Switch Using Pico
    Pre-choose the OS to boot, even before turning on the computer by toggling a switch. Now you don't have to wait to select the os. Story Wandering Hackaday.io for projects, I stumbled upon this project(click) by Stephen Holdaway. In this project, he solved a frustrating task…... Listed under:
  195. Alexa + Google Assistant On A Raspberry Pi
    Alexa + Google Assistant On A Raspberry Pi Steps to Build Smart Speaker: 1. To start off, you’ll first need to set up your Raspberry Pi. To do so, simply download the NOOBS package,extract it to your microSD card and plug it into your Raspberry Pi. Hook…... Listed under:
  196. Teachable Machine
    A voice-enabled machine which reads book and replies to the questions. Introduction In this project I built a voice-enabled teachable machine which can scan text from a book pages or any text source and convert that to a context and users can ask questions related…... Listed under:
  197. Raspberry Pi Internet Weather Station
    The RPi Internet Weather Station project displays the weather information such as temperature, humidity and successive weather forecast. The Raspberry Pi Internet Weather Station project displays the weather information such as temperature, humidity and successive weather forecasts. This project uses 4D Systems’ 4DPi-35-II. 4DPi-35-II acts…... Listed under:
  198. Selecting a Power Supply for Raspberry pi
    Problem You need to select a power supply for your Raspberry Pi. Solution see The basic electrical specification for a power supply suitable for a Raspberry Pi is that it supplies a regulated 5V DC (direct current). The amount of current that must be capable…... Listed under:
  199. Smart Mirror Touchscreen (with Face Recognition)
    Build your own Touchscreen Smart Mirror with face recognition. You can even control Spotify & Smart Home Appliances. The term Smart Mirrors could easily be dismissed as a Science Fiction fantasy. I mean, the idea of Magic Mirrors that displays useful information to the user…... Listed under:
  200. Safety Measures: Social Distancing
    A contribution to maintaining a safe distance and the health of people in the time of COVID-19 crisis. Introduction The current state of emergency due to COVID-19 has affected our world in several ways. In matter of days we have had to change the way…... Listed under:
  201. Connecting a Raspberry Pi IoT Device to the AWS Cloud
    Learn how to connect your Raspberry Pi to the AWS cloud for the first time! IoT and connected device are becoming ubiquitous. Every day we work with companies all over the world who need help building everything from smarter vending machines to automotive head-up displays…... Listed under:
  202. Rpibot – About Learning Robotics
    This is a simple and cheap mobile robot platform designed for learning and extending. I explained my concept and also my problems I solved. I am an embedded software engineer in a German automotive company. I started this project as a learning platform for embedded…... Listed under:
  203. Simple Pi Robot
    Simple Pi Robot aims to put robot control in simple form. https://youtu.be/kCIXRbidC90 Simple Pi Robot aims to put robot control in simple form. The part list (1) Raspberry pi (Any model) but with the recent launch of pizero or pi 2 shall be a good…... Listed under:
  204. Smart Control of Raspberry Pi Fan Using Python & ThingSpeak
    A Python script monitors CPU temperature and controls the fan using on-off control with temperature hysteresis. Brief overview By default, the fan is directly connected to the GPIO - this implies its constant operation. Despite the relative quiet operation of the fan, its continuous operation…... Listed under:
  205. Collars & Gateways
    A framework to track elephant activity over short & long term and alert potential incidents in areas of human-elephant conflict. The elephant edge challenge provides an exciting opportunity for ideas in conservation technology to be applied on the field. In this particular challenge, technology can play dual…... Listed under:
  206. Autonomous Tank
    Adding a much cheaper alternative to the Carter and Kaya designs reference using a Lego EV3 set. In this project, I will document the construction of a tracked vehicle made with Lego Technic parts and motors, enhanced with LiDAR and controlled by a Jetson Nano…... Listed under:
  207. Changing Your Raspberry pi Password
    Problem: By default, the password for a Raspberry Pi will be raspberry. Problem:  By default, the password for a Raspberry Pi will be raspberry. You want to change this.  Solution:  You can use the raspi-config tool to change your password. Run the raspi_config utility by issuing…... Listed under:
  208. Alexa Using Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Speaker
    This Amazon Alexa which is built with Raspberry pi and Bluetooth Speaker. Description: This is Amazon Alexa which is built by using Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Speaker. This is a step by step tutorial to build Amazon Voice Service(AVS) SDK on Raspberry Pi. Please refer to Amazon's…... Listed under:
  209. Sonos / Spotify Vinyl Emulator
    Experience the tactile nature of a vinyl music collection (but without actually owning any vinyl) through Sonos, Spotify and NFC tags Listening to music on vinyl is great. It's physical and tactile. You listen to a whole album rather than random tracks. You notice when…... Listed under:
  210. Streaming From Raspberry Pi to YouTube
    It means camera is on and streaming only if you've opened a page with stream preview. It saves to camera and reduces CPU usage a lot. Streaming from Raspberry Pi to YouTube only when someone is watching (because Hackster.io change how the sourcecode is displayed I recommend…... Listed under:
  211. Mind Patterning – Phase 1
    Using EEG data to train a TensorFlow model on relaxed mind-states; the beginning of moving a mind to a machine! https://youtu.be/8UEDLBNcrpA What and Why I’ve always been fascinating by the idea of moving ones mind to a robot to live forever as a machine so…... Listed under:
  212. Hands-On-Lab IoT Weather Station Using Windows 10
    This example demonstrates how to leverage the power of Windows 10 IoT Core, and create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield. //build: Hands-on-lab WeatherStation This project is part of Microsoft’s Hack the Home initiative, which provides makers with free, open-source components for effortless interfacing with…... Listed under:
  213. Autonomous Marketplace Device
    Building an autonomous decision making process for devices using machine learning. Overview The objective of this project is to build a decision making process for a device registered to the Industry Marketplace to automatically choose the best service requests based on matching [email protected] capabilities. What…... Listed under:
  214. How to Use the Raspberry Pi4 Camera And PIR Sensor to Send E
    Introduction : In this tutorial, I'll show you how to send emails containing pictures using a Raspberry Introduction : In this tutorial , I'll show you how to send emails containing pictures using a Raspberry Pi4 and a  motion detector and the Python programming language.…... Listed under:
  215. MagicMirror Alarm Clock
    Yes, this is yet another alarm clock! But I feel like I'm not the only one deisiring a nice and simple object like this one to keep on the bedside table. It comes with useful features like a soft wake up (with chirping birds from a little bluetooth speaker), changing…... Listed under:
  216. Sixfab Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT HAT Setup
    Sixfab Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT HAT lets you send or receive data over LTE-M networks the Telnyx SIM covers without needing gateways. Sixfab Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT HAT allows you to send or receive data over LTE-M cellular networks that the Telnyx SIM has access to without…... Listed under:
  217. Transportation conditions logging monitor
    A small pill to drop in any parcel or container or just wear which will monitor and log all physical conditions along the path. Transportation conditions logging monitor The goal of this project is to offer an inexpensive method for independent non-invasive control of conditions…... Listed under:
  218. Quick Jaw Inclinometer
    A brand new approache for determining the values of HCI, Bennett angle and ISS. Despite the dental field is in the era of CAD / CAM the dentists and dental technicians still face the never ending dilemma which is the dental occlusion, dental occlusion is…... Listed under:
  219. LiDAR integration with ROS Noetic on Raspberry Pi OS
    The aim of this tutorial is to use the ROS Noetic on a Raspberry Pi to test the performance of the low‐cost RPLiDAR A1M8 by Slamtec. The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a set of software libraries and tools used to build robotic systems and…... Listed under:
  220. Raspberry Pi Pan Tilt Object Tracker using OpenCV
    In this post, you are going to learn about how to build a Raspberry Pi Pan Tilt Object Tracker using OpenCV. To control the servos, I have used pigpio module instead of RPi.GPIO library (which is the most commonly used) because I find servos jittering…... Listed under:
  221. Raven Pi Security Camera
    Look out, Raven Pi is watching you! With its swivelling head, piercing red eyes and loudly Poe-quoting speaker no motion is left un-noticed. This plastic raven is enjoying a new after-life as a practical yet creepy security camera, the Raven Pi. It has a Raspberry…... Listed under:
  222. Raspberry Pi Pan Tilt Face Tracker Using OpenCV
    In this post, you are going to learn about how to build a Raspberry Pi pan tilt face tracker using OpenCV. We will write the code to make it work for known as well as unknown faces. For known faces, we will have to train…... Listed under:
  223. Smart Thermostat with runtime prediction
    Smart Thermostat with motion detection, daily settable schedule from server and temperature history upload to database. The Azure SphereMT3620 Smart Thermostat was made for a final project for a college course. The idea behind this smart thermostat was to have a schedule that can be…... Listed under:
  224. Save your Raspberry Pi from overheating? – SB Components
    One of the problems that a user wants to overcome is the overheating of components because it decreases the speed of the Raspberry Pi... How to solve problem of overheating in Raspberry Pi PiFan is a device that is used by people to cool down the…... Listed under:
  225. SIM7600-A Raspberry Pi 4G Hat & Telnyx IoT SIM Setup
    The SIM7600A 4G HAT can be attached to a Raspberry Pi to empower connectivity for IoT apps. The SIM7600A 4G HAT is a 4G communication and GNSS positioning module, which supports LTE CAT4 up to 150Mbps for downlink data transfer. It is pretty low power…... Listed under:
  226. WebCam Motion Detection With Motioneyeos Using Raspberry Pi
    How to make your own webcam as a motion detection camera, which will not only stream live video but also send you motion captured video. In this tutorial we will learn, how to make your own webcam as a motion detection camera, which will not…... Listed under:
  227. Line tracking sensor with RPi
    Use a Line Tracker to detect if a door is open, or if a line is crossed with only one sensor and a raspberry pi About A simple exemple to create a line tracker or detect if a door is opened with only one KY-033…... Listed under:
  228. GardenPi powered by Neptune
    Highly scalable and powerful irrigation / hydroponic & aquaponic control system managing up to 32 zones with automation and sensors. Overview & Theory of Operation GardenPi, powered by Neptune.py is designed to manage, monitor, and control a series of sprinkler valves and a multitude of…... Listed under:
  229. Interactive Laser Projector Using Zigbee Sensors
    How to use a portable laser projector to project on any surface interactively, using the Gravio Edge computing platform and Zigbee sensors. In this tutorial we learn how to set up a Raspberry Pi to connect to a PIR sensor using the Gravio Platform and…... Listed under:
  230. Wireless Video Surveillance Robot using Raspberry Pi
    In this post, you are going to learn how to build a Wireless Video Surveillance Robot using Raspberry Pi. In this post, you are going to learn how to build a Wireless Video Surveillance Robot using Raspberry Pi. You will be able to control it…... Listed under:
  231. Smart Home
    This project is submitted to Deakin University, School of IT, for Unit SIT210 - Embedded Systems Development. Problem Statement: Even though there are a lot of security systems that are present in the market but most involve the use of motion sensors and CCTV camera…... Listed under:
  232. Trick or Treat Dispenser
    Voice-activated treat dispenser. COVID-19. Novel coronavirus. Social Distancing. Despair. Loneliness. No friends. It's the opposite of Halloween. I love Halloween. One of my favorite holidays of all time, ever since I got to dress up like Gordy from Star Trek (life goals). So, in this…... Listed under:
  233. Zombie Detecting Smart Security Owl (Deep Learning)
    Zombie Detecting Smart Security Owl (Deep Learning) https://youtu.be/aLX4btGs_x8 Hi everyone, welcome to T3chFlicks! In this Halloween tutorial, we’ll be showing you how we put a super spooky twist on a mundane household classic: the security camera. How?! We’ve made a night vision owl which uses…... Listed under:
  234. Build a Kubernetes Intelligent Edge Cluster on Raspberry Pi
    Building a Kubernetes "Intelligent Edge" cluster on Raspberry Pi is a great learning experience Introduction Building a Kubernetes Intelligent Edge cluster on Raspberry Pi is a great learning experience, a stepping stone to building robust Intelligent Edge solutions, and an awesome way to impress your friends. Skills you develop…... Listed under:
  235. Access control with QR, RFID and temperature verification
    This Raspi prototype reads QR and RFID, checks guest temperature and temotely authenticates to grant barrier access. Post Covid-19 world turned out to be a little different. Now, before granting access to certain private neighborhoods, companies and schools, a temperature check is required. This Raspberry…... Listed under:
  236. Environmental sensor API with a RPi
    Use a GY-91 Multi-Sensor Module to have a full Temperature/Gyro/ Accelerometer/Compass/Pressure API using flask and Python 3. About A little project to create an API with a GY-91 multi-sensor module that includes MPU9250 BMP280 modules with This project is also compatible with the BMP280 module. But…... Listed under:
  237. Make Yourself a Video Surveillance System in Minutes
    Use a single-board computer or spare laptop, a webcam and free software to build your own surveillance system. Deploy the project to your account Once you’re logged into your balenaCloud account (remember, the first ten devices are free and fully-featured), click the link below, and…... Listed under:
  238. Weekend with Pi-4
    Raspberry Pi is a powerful computer on a small form factor. I will show you how to exploit its full capability in this weekend project Raspberry Pi generally falls into a category of Internet of Things (IoT). Microsoft for some strange reasons pulled its plug…... Listed under:
  239. ASMAv2 with OpenVINO
    An autonomous drone that uses deep learning to identify if people are maintaining social distancing or not. High Degree of Red = High Risk. Inspiration For a couple of years, we have been building and flying drones. This was something that we enjoyed and considered…... Listed under:
  240. What Do I Build Next? A StereoPi Based Tank Vehicle
    Well, I received, setup my StereoPi Crowd Supply Kit, now to make it mobile using common components. What Do I Build Next? It's been awhile since I last published any project. I have started many projects and experimented with the Nvidia Jetson Nano, the Atomic…... Listed under:
  241. How to interface servo motor with Raspberry pi
    How to interface servo motor with Raspberry pi In this project, we will Know about How to interface servo motor with Raspberry pi  For this project, we will be using the Raspberry Pi 4  and Tower Pro MG995 Servo Motor. Below is a list of…... Listed under:
  242. MSLA Smooth Time-Lapse
    Create beautiful time-lapse video of your 3D Resin prints. This technique makes your prints look like they just rise from the vat. This project uses a Raspberry Pi along with the new Pi HQ Camera to create smooth time-lapse videos for MSLA 3D printers. The…... Listed under:
  243. EMAR Mini – Emergency Assistance Robot
    EMAR Mini is a minature version of EMAR, an open-source Emergency Robot Assistant to assist doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic. The following guide will take you through setting up and installing EMAR Mini Emergency Assistance Robot. The Raspberry Pi 4 homes the EMAR Mini software and…... Listed under:
  244. DARVA – The Event Assistant
    DARVA is a cute animated robot that will assist us at events, by having a chat with people so we don’t have to repeat ourselves too much. Overview Introduction and Showcase VideoAnalog RobotDigitized RobotVirtual AssistantRaspberry Pi 4DARVA Introduction and Showcase Video DARVA is a cute…... Listed under:
  245. Parallel Computing On Raspberry Pi 4B+ IoT Boards Made Easy
    Building and running a parallel code in C++17, implemented using Khronos CL/SYCL-model specification, on Raspberry Pi IoT boards. Our Goals... This project provides the useful guidelines, tips and tutorials for building a modern parallel code in C++17/2x0, implemented using CL/SYCL programming model, and running it…... Listed under:
  246. Basic IoT – RaspberryPI HDC2010 how to
    Basic IoT - RaspberryPI and HDC2010 I2C breakout by itbrainpower. net - RPI HDC2010 temperature and humidity sensor how to About this tutorial This tutorial address Raspberry PI 4, 3B+, 3B, 3A+, II, B, Zero and Zero W hardware and software integration with s-Sense itbrainpower.net HDC2010…... Listed under:
  247. Basic IoT – RaspberryPI CCS811 air quality monitoring
    AWS, Azure or GCP? Whatever.. sensors 1'st! Air quality CO2 and tVOC with temperature and humidity compensation algorithm - RPI how to. About this tutorial This tutorial address Raspberry PI 4, 3B+, 3B, 3A+, II, B, Zero and Zero W hardware and software integration with…... Listed under:
  248. Magic Leap 1 COVID-19 Detection System
    Build your own free Magic Leap 1 COVID-19 Detection System. This project uses Magic Leap 1, TensorFlow, Unity & Raspberry Pi 4. Introduction The Magic Leap 1 COVID-19 Detection System 2020 uses Tensorflow 2, Raspberry Pi 4 & Magic Leap 1 to provide a spatial…... Listed under:
  249. Open Source Rehabilitation Aid for Patients after Surgery
    Problem That we Want to Solve After surgeries, many people feel weak and bloated. In order to fix this, they have to do exercises, however, many people don't realize this, or feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of things on the internet. We decided to…... Listed under:
  250. Life Saver
    The Life Saver is a product that helps to eliminate the problem of leaving your kids in the car and them getting heat stroke. The Life Saver is a product that displays the temperature on the lcd display and when the temperature is over 35…... Listed under:
  251. Azure IoT Edge on Raspberry Pi Buster
    This article is a "tips and tricks" for running Azure IoT Edge on Raspberry Pi. Plus Raspberry Pi 4 Tips for cooling, USB 3, and Docker. Azure IoT Edge on Raspberry Pi Buster plus tips for Raspberry Pi 4 Useful References Azure IoT EdgeAzure Custom…... Listed under:
  252. Arduino Controller for Automated 360° Product Photography
    Let's build an arduino based controller that controls a steppermotor and a camera shutter. Together with a steppermotor driven turntable, this is a powerful and low cost system for automated 360° product photography or photogrammetry The automatic camera shutter is based on a great library from…... Listed under:
  253. Embedded System to Detect Wildfire
    Creating a system in order to detect wildfire using deep learning programmation on a Raspberry Pi 4 and a Wisol module by Sigfox. https://youtu.be/_S4p_cp7F9k Hello everyone ! Before explaining in details our project and its setup, we wanted to tell you that it is a…... Listed under:
  254. Four Pies
    We give you a quick overview and build a project to welcome the Raspberry Pi 4 to the world! Overview Below a quick overview of the content. Introduction and showcase videoPiePi3.14PiesResult Introduction and showcase video To welcome and celebrate the new Raspberry Pi 4, we’re…... Listed under:
  255. Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Camera
    In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use and connect a camera to Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. Brief overview Raspberry Pi Camera v2.1 is equipped with a 8 megapixel Sony IMX219 image sensor and improved fixed focus. It is compatible with all Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  256. Double Tap Recognition with BerryIMUv3
    The BerryIMUv3 makes it easy to detect double taps, which can be used to control the GPIO of an a Raspberry Pi. The accelerometer (LSM6DSL) on the BerryIMUv3 has built in double tap detection, which makes it very easy to detect double taps without the need for…... Listed under:
  257. Seeed Studio – ICE Tower CPU Cooling Fan
    Testing the Seeed Studio – ICE Tower CPU Cooling Fan for Raspberry Pi 4! How well does it cool the toasty new single-board computer? Summer Meltdown It’s that time of year again where things are too hot for computers running heavy loads – you can try Oil-Cooling or…... Listed under:
  258. Face Tracking and Identification Using Walle-ng
    Track faces and receive notifications in real-time using a Raspberry Pi 4, Intel Neural Compute Stick, and AWS. Project Description This project is focused on edge computing using a Raspberry Pi, Intel Movidius Compute Stick, and a Pi-cam to detect, track, and identify faces from…... Listed under:
  259. A Blockchain-Powered Smart-Lock
    Securely open/close your front door with a smart contract Ever wondered why many consider blockchain to be a game-changer in the IoT space? This example describes how to build a very simple smart-lock powered by a Blockchain smart contract to make some considerations around this…... Listed under:
  260. Sensing the Air Quality
    A low-cost IoT air quality monitor based on a Raspberry Pi 4. Sensing the Air Quality A low-cost IoT air quality monitor based on the new Raspberry Pi 4. I have the privilege of living in one of the most beautiful countries in the world,…... Listed under:
  261. Get Humidity/Temperature from Web
    LAN Bottle server that handles HTTP requests using Raspberry Pi 4, Adafruit DHT11 and a RGB LED. About The idea of ​​the project is very simple. After accessing the web page, you can see in real time what temperature and humidity is in the area of ​​the DHT11 sensor used by the Raspberry Pi. Sending…... Listed under:
  262. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Review – SB Components
    The Compute Module 4 is basically a Raspberry Pi 4 model B, with all the ports cut off. Instead of the ports... It’s become a tradition that we follow each Raspberry Pi model with a system-on-module variant based on the same core silicon. Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  263. Making Art by Judging Reddit
    Is the Raspberry Pi 4 powerful enough to judge Reddit? This project is all about answering the important questions. Overview Below a quick overview of the content. Introduction and showcase videoFetching the latest Reddit commentScoring the commentFrom score to colourResult Introduction and showcase video We've…... Listed under:
  264. RPM & RGB Mod for 52pi Ice Tower Heatsink for Raspberry Pi 4
    52pi ICE Tower makes your Raspberry Pi 4 look like a beast but lacks fan and LEDs controls. I fixed that! The coolest heatsink for Raspberry Pi 4 Improving the design of the 52pi ICE Tower Heatsink https://youtu.be/_RA3F8sWsKM Some time ago I reviewed the ICE Cooling…... Listed under: ,
  265. How to build a Coronavirus Chart and run on embedded devices
    A step-by-step guide to connecting your application of a chart to an online database of coronavirus information. Coronavirus has grown a lot globally, and a lot of public datasets have shown up to provide live and historical information about the spread of the virus, but…... Listed under:
  266. COVID-19 TensorFlow DenseNet Classifier For Raspberry Pi 4
    TensorFlow 2 implementation of DenseNet and the SARS-COV-2 Ct-Scan Dataset by our collaborators, Plamenlancaster/LIRA. Introduction This project provides the source codes and tutorial for running a COVID-19 detection system on a Raspberry Pi 4. This project uses the trained model from Project 2 and has been modfied…... Listed under:
  267. Create a Minecraft Server for the Raspberry Pi 4 with balena
    If you want to host your own Minecraft Server -- all from a Raspberry Pi -- this project is for you! How to create a Minecraft Server for the Raspberry Pi 4 with balena If you want to host your own Minecraft Server -- all…... Listed under:
  268. Installation of GitLab CE on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB)
    Build your own GitLab server on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) Step 1: Install GitLab on a Raspberry Pi 4 Step 2: Configure the GitLab server Installation of GitLab CE on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) Install GitLab on a Raspberry Pi 4Configure the GitLab…... Listed under:
  269. Smart Home IoT System Based on Raspberry Pi 4
    A smart home system helps users control household devices with web UI or Tmall Elf. (Author: Huang Hao, Wu Shu) Thanks to the original writers Huang Hao and Wu Shu for their great support for this article. https://youtu.be/dyO7J_TPmkU 1. Installing system for Raspberry with integrated Home Assistant First of…... Listed under:
  270. Hexabitz-Raspberry pi Interface
    Raspberry pi interface with Hexabitz modules which make them useful for new brand projects This tutorial will walk through how to setup a small demo project involving a Raspberry Pi 4, HF1R0x and H01R0x, H08R6x and H0BR4x. By the end of this article, you will…... Listed under:
  271. RGB-D SLAM With Kinect on Raspberry Pi 4 ROS Melodic
    It's not 2020 if you can't build robots of doom out of scrap consumer electronics... (c)freenect Github issue https://youtu.be/c5punaP01kU Last year I wrote an article about building and installing ROS Melodic on new (at that time) Raspberry Pi with Debian Buster OS. The article has received a…... Listed under:
  272. WhatsApp Halloween-Themed RFID Talking Doorbell w/ RGB Eyes
    Startle your guests who do not have an entrance permit (RFID tag) and get notified w/ WhatsApp messages without checking the door 🙂 Despite the fact that making a hilarious yet not deceitful joke with a jack-o'-lantern on Halloween night is not unobtrusive, I decided…... Listed under:
  273. Getting Started with ROS Melodic on Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
    In this post, you will learn how to connect a LiDAR to your Raspberry Pi 4 Model B using ROS Melodic on Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.3. The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a set of software libraries and tools used to build robotic systems and applications.…... Listed under:
  274. MLX90640 IR Thermal Camera Working with Raspberry Pi 4
    Using Raspberry Pi 4 to drive MLX90640 IR Thermal Camera var I2C interface in order to detect calorific objects. Want to detect something that can emit heat and figure out their temperatures? The MLX90640 IR thermal camera can display the relative temperature and shape of…... Listed under:
  275. The Swear Bear
    Do you also swear too much? Don't worry, this artificial intelligence powered, internet of things enabled swear jar is here to help! Introduction How does it work? Well, it listens to your every word and detects profanity (AI). When caught, it instantly tells on you…... Listed under:
  276. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Classifier For Raspberry Pi 4
    A Tensorflow 2 CNN implementation for detecting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on a Raspberry Pi 4. Introduction This project is the classifier that is used in Acute the Lymphoblastic Leukemia Detection System 2020. The network provided in this project was originally created in ALL research papers evaluation…... Listed under:
  277. Usage of GitLab on Raspberry Pi 4 – Branches, Issues, Merge
    Usage of Issues, Branches and Merge Requests with Git on your own GitLab server running on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB! Usage of GitLab CE on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) -Branches, Issues, Merge Requests Create Issues on GitLabCreate a branch to solve an…... Listed under:
  278. E-ink Dashboard
    This is a E-ink dashboard that provides real-time information pulled from API using a Raspberry Pi Zero. I've always been interested in projects that provide you real-time information from selected sources, seeing people doing smart mirror projects made me want to do one for myself,…... Listed under:
  279. Low cost Samba Server – Raspberry PI 4
    Blueprint - Hardware choice-simple installation with RASPBIAN - troubleshooting Introduction In looking for a solution to management of my huge home data in many TB Terabyte, which my family members have created from Home Computer, digital camera, smartphone and from internet download, I have found…... Listed under:
  280. Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi 4 Desktop Kit
    The Raspberry Pi 4 is a small, powerful mini computer, with dual-screen 4K support, USB 3.0, a new CPU and GPU, and up to 4GB RAM. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and install everything…... Listed under:
  281. TMD-2: Turing Machine Demonstrator Mark 2
    Develop a Turing machine that is simple to program and easy to understand. This tutorial is a follow-on to my TMD-1: A Turing Machine Demonstrator project. I was really happy with the way that TMD-1 turned out. I believe I succeeded in creating a Turing machine that…... Listed under:
  282. Air Quality Monitor using Raspberry Pi 4, SPS30 and Azure
    Connect a particulate matter sensor to a Raspberry Pi and obtain easy-to-read graphs based on the read data using Microsoft Azure. Building the OS The first step in using the Raspberry Pi 4 for this project is to build a minimal Linux distribution using the…... Listed under:
  283. Offline Speech Recognition on Raspberry Pi 4 with Respeaker
    Faster than real-time! Based on Mozilla's DeepSpeech Engine 0.9.* https://youtu.be/QwrvpYjo1QE UPDATE June 2020: Updated commands for DeepSpeech 0.7.* .Screenshots, except for Raspberry Pi 4 stayed the same. Benchmarks table also hasn't changed, since I didn't notice any inference speed gain. But it seems there was accuracy…... Listed under:
  284. GitLab on a Raspberry Pi 4: OLED Display, Cooling, Update
    Maintenance of GitLab CE on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) (Part 4) - OLED Status Display, passiv Cooling, GitLab Update Maintenance of GitLab CE on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) (Part 4) (4GB) Backup GitLab dataUpdate GitLab VersionShutdown GitLabCleanup garbage from filesystemCooling and fancy stuff…... Listed under:
  285. Overclocking of the Raspberry Pi 4
    Introduction. If one subject is surrounded by myths, it is overclocking. It would be dangerous and destroy your Raspberry Pi. This article provides the essential background, after which you can safely overclock the Raspberry Pi to 2.1 GHz. Theory. The BCM2711 chip on the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  286. Audio-visual face mask detection system on the Jetson Nano
    This work implements face mask recognition system on the Jetson Nano using Jupyter Lab headlessly. Currently, Face-mask recognition is considered the most significant part in computer vision and image analysis, and thus it receives much more research in its different components such as the enhancement of its…... Listed under:
  287. ROS Melodic on Raspberry Pi 4 [Debian Buster] + RPLIDAR A1M8
    UPDATED, April 2020 This article describes the process of compiling ROS Melodic from source on new Raspberry Pi 4. https://youtu.be/k5KUd68NrpY This article will cover the process of installing ROS Melodic Morenia on Raspberry Pi 4 running the latest Debian Buster and how to use RPLIDAR…... Listed under:
  288. Freezing a Raspberry Pi 4
    It's summertime; so it's time to cool the new Raspberry Pi 4 in a crazy way! Why? First off do not try this at home – it may damage your Pi or cause things in your freezer to thaw if the door is left ajar in anyway. This…... Listed under:
  289. NextCloud Server on Raspberry Pi
    A prototype to minimize the number of staffs having to interact w/ people to notify them wearing masks live streaming while operating. During these unprecedented times - COVID-19 pandemic - one of the most crucial precautions to falter the detrimental effects of coronavirus is to…... Listed under:
  290. Raspberry pi 4 GPIO controlled cooling fan
    Using some python, few electronics parts and a fan, I added a GPIO controlled fan to my RPI 4. https://youtu.be/DSI4vytLg8U While working on the raspberry live video with tkinter I noticed that my rpi 4 (knows issue) tend to run really hot. When I ordered the…... Listed under:
  291. Raspberry Pi 4/3 Camera Case Assembly Instructions
    This guide will show you how to assemble the Raspberry Pi 4/3 Camera Case . All you'll need is a simple cross-head screwdriver (If you have The Pi Hut This guide will show you how to assemble the Raspberry Pi 4/3 Camera Case . All you’ll need is a simple…... Listed under:
  292. Raspberry Pi 4 As A Web Server [Make Own Website]
    How to use Raspberry Pi 4 as a web server. In addition to that we will also see how to make web pages in HTML & style with CSS Story In this tutorial we will learn how to use Raspberry Pi 4 as a web…... Listed under:
  293. Raspberry Pi 4 Setup with Mobile Hotspot
    How to setup a Raspberry Pi without keyboard, external monitor, mouse, power adapter and Ethernet cable? Hello, I'm new to Raspberry Pi. Here I'm sharing few experience, which I faced while setting Raspberry Pi board. After receiving pi, I started collecting all the required cables…... Listed under:
  294. Raspberry Pi 4 – Conquering cpuburn with ProtoStax & 2 Fans
    Testing out Raspberry Pi 4's temperature profile with and without fan(s) using ProtoStax for Raspberry Pi B+/Model 4B enclosure/case. With my hands on my newly acquired Raspberry Pi 4, the first thing on my agenda was to make the necessary modifications to the ProtoStax for Raspberry…... Listed under:
  295. AI Noise Analyzer
    Analyze sounds using AI on the edge and fleet intelligence. Can we use AI to help us identify and quantify noise pollution? In this project, we’re using a Coral Dev Board or a Raspberry Pi 4 with an attached Edge TPU to listen to ambient…... Listed under:
  296. Model to Monitor toxic bloom water sources
    I remember reading about the 300 elephants found dead. Their tusks were intact and there was no evidence of poison. The mystery was solved and the water source containing toxic bloom of cyanobacterium. My project has two software components. Edge Pulse Machine Learning Model and…... Listed under:
  297. Raspberry Pi Based Weather Station
    Nice looking weather forecast for Raspberry Pi Zero and Ili9341 based 2.8 inch TFT. I want to show you in this project how to build a nice looking weather station based on Raspberry Pi Zero W for wall mount with weather forecast and coloured 2.8…... Listed under:
  298. Getting Started with the RAK831 LoRa Gateway and RPi3
    This project takes you through all the steps required to get your RAK831 LoRa Gateway module up and running with WiFi as the backhaul. Introduction This step-by-step guide is aimed at developers who want to develop their very own lora gateway using the awesome RAK831…... Listed under:
  299. Custom Wake Word for Google Assistant on Raspberry Pi
    ****UPDATE***** I have updated the custom wakeword project and here is the latest version https://www.hackster.io/shiva-siddharth/multiple-custom-wakewords-activation-of-google-assistant-d0c986 this is a much better improved of this project.**** Normally, you cannot voice activate Google Assistant SDK on Pi Zero W. By the method shown, not only can you voice activate Pi…... Listed under:
  300. Computer Vision as Motion Sensor for SmartThings
    Using a Raspberry Pi 3 and a PiCam this computer vision powered sensor detects faces and sends presence data over LAN - UPNP to SmartThings. I will start by assuming that you have a Raspberry Pi 3 with a working camera and Open CV installed…... Listed under:
  301. MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator Running Alexa (C++ Version)
    This guide shows you how to set up Amazon Alexa on a Raspberry Pi using the MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator as a microphone. https://youtu.be/LqNAVxtbdSw Required Hardware Before getting started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported).MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator - Raspberry Pi…... Listed under:
  302. Smart Disinfection and Sanitation Tunnel
    The smart tunnel prevents further outspread of COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2. It can disinfect a person fully in a time span of just 15 seconds. Introduction The Smart Disinfection and Sanitation Tunnel is a demonstration of how It has been designed to provide maximum protection to…... Listed under:
  303. Pushing Data to Google Docs
    Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet. In this article I will explain how your hardware can push data into a Google spreadsheet. Push Versus Poll In the poll mechanism, as described in my previous article, the Google spreadsheet runs a script that sends a request to…... Listed under:
  304. Motion sensor, alarm, video recording in HA on Raspberry Pi
    Connecting the motion sensor, alarm and video recording in Home Assistant on Raspberry pi. I’d like to tell you about my little experience of working with Home Assistant (hereinafter – HA) on Raspberry pi. Further I’ll speak about connecting the video registration functionality, the motion…... Listed under:
  305. Pigeon Detection System
    Find pigeons and defend your birdhouse against these birds which never stop eating. Abstract The main goal was to develop a system, which detects pigeons and runs on a Raspberry Pi. It should be able to trigger an output to scare away the pigeons. Why…... Listed under:
  306. YouTube Music Streaming for Google Assistant on Raspberry Pi
    GassistPi -- Google Assistant for all Raspberry Pi Boards Pi Zero - forked and modified from warchildmd's repo (https://github.com/warchildmd/google-assistant-hotword-raspi) Features: Headless auto start on boot with multiple custom wakeword activation triggers.Voice control of GPIOs without IFTTT, api.ai, Actions SDK.Voice control of servo connected to RPi…... Listed under:
  307. Raspberry Pi Internet Radio and MP3 Player with Bluetooth
    Project Replaced by: https://www.hackster.io/Granpino/raspiplayer-internet-radio-and-mp3-folder-player-rev2-4-3ddfdf This internet radio and MP3 player uses a 3.5 HDMI LCD touchscreen for operation. The original project was published by Adafruit. https://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-pi-radio-player-with-touchscreen/overview The project uses MPC, MPD and Pygame. The project has been evolving over time. I am still trying to incorporate automatic album…... Listed under:
  308. DAKboard – A Wifi Connected Wall Display
    DAKboard is a wifi connected wall display for your photos, calendar, news, todo and weather. Have a spare monitor lying around or a new Raspberry Pi but don’t know what to do with it? Perfect! Follow our instructions below to create a beautiful wall display…... Listed under:
  309. Indoor Air Quality Monitor
    Use a USB air-quality sensor dongle to quickly mount an indoor air monitoring system and prevent headaches and further impact on health. VOCs Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which…... Listed under:
  310. Run Raspberry Pi on Smart Phone
    Run Raspberry Pi on your phone with full display. Step 1: Getting Raspberry pi IP Address: To begin with the project, one will need to know the IP address of Raspberry Pi. In order to do so connect your Raspberry Pi with the LCD and,…... Listed under:
  311. Radio-Astronomy with RTL-SDR, RPi and Amazon AWS IoT
    Radio emissions from sky sources like Sun and Jupiter can be received and converted to digital domain for processing. UPDATE 3 - May 7, 2018 Please note that starting from version 9 the software makes usage of latest Skyfield version (1.3). You can install Skyfield using pip install…... Listed under:
  312. Stereo Vision and LiDAR Powered Donkey Car
    Donkey Car featuring the Ultra96 board, a Raspberry Pi, FPGA accelerated stereo vision, MIPI CSI-2 image acquisition, a LiDAR sensor and AI. In this project, I will document the build of a Donkey Car enhanced with an advanced vision system using FPGA accelerated stereo vision and LiDAR. The project consists of the following…... Listed under:
  313. Counting Objects In Movement Using Raspberry PI & OpenCV
    What do you think in using Raspberry Pi & OpenCV to count moving objects that go in and out of a certain zone? Introduction Computer vision, doubtless, is a fantastic thing! Using this, a computer gains the capability to "see" and sensing better the environment…... Listed under:
  314. World’s Smartest Home feat. Blockchain Chores & Kids Crypto
    Jarvis Farley is a home automation system I created to manage our kid's chores and allowance using blockchain. It also does 99 other things. The World's Smartest Home Featuring Jarvis Farley People talk about "Smart Homes" -- but I have created what I believe is the…... Listed under:
  315. Host your own free .onion website using Raspbian on RPi3
    Set up a working webserver on your Raspberry Pi 3, and permanently connect it to Onion, hosting your very own free .onion website. A working version of the project can be found at: https://t0r.ch:100 (surface web) or https://darktorch5lgddvm.onion .onion domains There is more information about surface web and…... Listed under:
  316. Power Outage Sensor
    Track the 230 VAC power line with your favorite HW using a small, efficient, and inexpensive circuit. In my wireless doorbell tutorial I gave the advice about how to get a digital signal from a 12 Vac source so it could be read with any desired HW.…... Listed under:
  317. SUBZero – A Simple Network-Attached Storage Device
    An easy to use Raspberry Pi Zero USB file-level computer data storage server (frequently called Network-Attached Storage or NAS). INTRODUCTION Quite often I find myself on the go, in need of storing/sharing files locally with others without an accessible internet connection. Even with an internet…... Listed under:
  318. Recycle Sorting Robot With Google Coral
    Did you know that the average contamination rate in communities and businesses range up to 25%? That means one out of every four pieces of recycling you throw away doesn’t get recycled. This is caused due to human error in recycling centers. Traditionally, workers will…... Listed under:
  319. Underwater Drone: The Story of the Madness
    This article describes the design process, development and assembling operation of the underwater drone prototype powered by Raspberry Pi. I’ve watched a lot of programs about inventors on Discovery channel and once I decided to do something interesting by myself, so that it could be…... Listed under:
  320. Wedding Photo Booth with Raspberry Pi
    For a wedding or other event, you need a photo booth! You will find here how to do this awesome project which make all guests happy. Hi everybody, I got married last year. When we were looking for preparation of the D-day, we went to…... Listed under:
  321. FPGA Remote Programmer
    Introduction One of the biggest advantages of FPGAs is that we can change it (reprogram it) many times. In most cases, we do it using either an onboard programmer (many development boards have them) or an external one. The most popular programmer is Platform Cable USB…... Listed under:
  322. RaspiPlayer – Internet Radio and MP3 Folder Player Rev2.4
    Internet radio with MP3 player over Bluetooth. This revision includes internet connection indicator and Folder Player. Story RaspiPlayer Rev 2.4 Raspberry Pi internet radio player with MP3 over Bluetooth. The latest revision includes internet connection indicator, and Folder Player feature. Installation Download the full raspbian Stretch orBuster image…... Listed under:
  323. Mapping Household Temperature Flow with Cheap Sensors
    Story What I Want to Do  Select the most inexpensive, scalable and easily configured components availableProgram and deploy as many temperature sensors as possible and connect to a web gatewayUse this data for more efficient automations via smart thermostat device, window controller, presence detection, smart…... Listed under:
  324. Using STONE TFT LCD Control WS2812B_RGB lamp
    This project is to achieve RGB lamp control: Change the color of the lightChange the brightness of the lightChange the four modes of the lamp STONE TFT-LCD The STONE STVC070WT-01 is a 7-inch display module with a resolution of 800*480.This display module can be purchased…... Listed under:
  325. MATRIX Voice Running Alexa Demo [DEPRECATED]
    Set up Amazon's Alexa on a Raspberry Pi with a MATRIX Voice. Use the MATRIX mic array together with a third-party wake word engine. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for setting up AVS on a Raspberry Pi with a MATRIX Voice. It demonstrates how to access and test…... Listed under:
  326. Raspberry Pi Facial Recognition
    So you want to control entry to your secret lair, huh? This project will allow you to use facial recognition using a Pi and AWS. Raspberry Pi Facial Recognition using AWS Rekognition and Pi-Timolo Description Pi-detector is used with Pi-Timolo to search motion generated images for face…... Listed under:
  327. Farmaid: Plant Disease Detection Robot
    Robot that drives around autonomously in greenhouse environment and identifies diseases. https://youtu.be/12BvNxfrQ7k Inspired by the work of plantvillage.psu.edu and iita.org, we wanted to use the DonkeyCar platform to build a autonomous robot that can move in a farm environment without damaging existing plants or soil…... Listed under:
  328. Pi OS for Zynqberry: Adafruit RFM69 Radio with CircuitPython
    Adapting Adafruit's CircuitPython to use the RFM69HCW Radio FeatherWing on the Zynq-7000 series FPGAs. One of my most commonly used Raspberry Pi shields I discovered a few years ago is the 433 MHz RadioFruit RFM69HCW Transceiver Radio Bonnet from Adafruit. The RFM69HCW is a transceiver…... Listed under:
  329. Ultimate YouTube Live Streaming Camera!
    Make a dedicated YouTube live streaming camera using a Raspberry Pi! Idea As a YouTuber, I'm always looking for ways to streamline different tasks. Live streaming is definitely something that has the opportunity to be a LOT simpler. It would be nice if you just had a…... Listed under:
  330. The hydroMazing Smart Garden System
    The hydroMazing system manages your growing environment by making localized data-driven decisions so that you don't have to worry. https://youtu.be/9WvtBJmLiU8 It wasn’t my intention to make a product. I simply wanted to solve a common problem. I want to grow plants indoors or under controlled…... Listed under:
  331. Face Recognition
    This project is used on the IoT and places of security that are important for identifying people. This project was built as the final deliverable for our Embedded System course. Introduction In this project we are using OpenCv in Raspberry Pi. Get the image from the…... Listed under:
  332. Distributed Emergency Communication System
    A rapidly deployable distributed Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11s mesh communication network with cellular modem Internet access for emergency disasters. Features Internet access via a USB cellular modemWi-Fi IEEE 802.11s mesh distributed communications3D printed water-proof enclosureOpen source software, open hardwareCompactLong range open hardware omni directional antenna (up…... Listed under:
  333. TensorFlow Object Detection with Home-Assistant
    Get started with TensorFlow object detection in your home automation projects using Home-Assistant. Introduction WARNING: there are currently issues with the Tensorflow integration in Home Assistant, which arise due to complexity of supporting Tensorflow on multiple platforms. I do not recommend attempting to follow this guide…... Listed under:
  334. DIY HomeKit-Enabled Devices
    This shows how to make smart home devices, which can be controlled/monitored via Siri or Home app. Let's make the smart home devices and control/monitor it via Apple Siri or Apple Home App. After reading this tutorial, you are able to make Siri and Home…... Listed under:
  335. Kindbot: Home Garden Automation Hub
    Kindbot packs an app, sensors, voice-control, and state-of-the-art computer vision to eliminate guess work & maximize yields. Watch Kindbot Grow!: kindbot.io and Twitter: @Kindbot_io Instagram: @kindbot Plant Diagnosis Service: buddy.kindbot.io Download Buddy for Android! (coming soon to iOS): Go to Google Play Store The Dawn of Kindbot At the turn of 2018, we began developing a plant…... Listed under:
  336. IoT Security: Tips to Protect your Device from Bad Hackers
    Making stuffs is cool, making secured stuffs is better! We discuss how to secure your Raspberry Pis using Firewall, IDS, and SSL/TLS Motivation When i hacked my door to open it with OpenSesame, I supposed that nobody will try to hack my hacked door to take…... Listed under:
  337. Sharing WiFi with Raspberry Pi using a LAN Cable
    This hack will allow you to directly share WiFi from a PC to a Raspberry Pi connected through a LAN Cable without any modification on the Pi In order to login into the Shell of the Raspberry Pi connected directly to my PC via a…... Listed under:
  338. Raspberry Pi Car Stereo
    Internet connected car stereo with obd 2 and remote start. Please mind the mess! I am still working on this. So when I went looking for information on building a Raspberry Pi based stereo for my truck I came across this blog by Christian Brauweiler. He has…... Listed under:
  339. Get Started w/ESP32 on the MATRIX Voice
    Required Hardware Before you get started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported) - Buy on Element14 - Pi 3 or Pi 2.MATRIX Voice ESP32 Version (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Microcontroller) - The Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Voice has an…... Listed under:
  340. Wifi Controlled Robot Using Raspberry Pi
    This tutorial will show you to develop a Python based wireless robot which can be controlled from anywhere around the world using Wifi. https://youtu.be/F_nfnpSZ5_c About the project This is demo of a wifi controlled Raspberry Pi robot which can be controlled over network using simple…... Listed under:
  341. Multiple Custom Wakewords Activation of Google Assistant
    Voice activate Google Assistant SDK on Pi using multiple custom wakewords. Works on Pi 3 and Pi Zero W. https://youtu.be/WhMULwtYfhw https://youtu.be/O37IwG-mOIs This has been implemented using Snowboy for the hotword service. For some "Mysterious" reason, the assistant.start_conversation of the SDK does not seem to work…... Listed under:
  342. 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. There are many IoT automation projects out there, but trust me there is nothing like this! Octopod is made using NodeMCU (MAX32620FTHR or Arduino…... Listed under:
  343. Real Harry Potter Wand with Computer Vision
    This project shows how you can bring the Wizarding of Harry Potter to reality with computer vision and machine learning! "Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable from Magic" - Arthur C. Clarke A few months back my brother visited Japan and had real wizarding experience in…... Listed under:
  344. 1986 PiNG Video Doorbell
    The PiNG Video Doorbell is powered by a Raspberry Pi and uses Google Duo to video call you on your phone when a visitor presses the button. 1986 Raspberry Pi Video Doorbell The PiNG Video Doorbell is powered by a Raspberry Pi and is retro-stylishly…... Listed under:
  345. Intellisaurus – Dinosaur Robot Kit
    An open source kit to build a walking smart robot dinosaur. Now open source on GitHub: https://github.com/JacquinBuchanan/Intellisaurus https://youtu.be/XLSo0UgGVvM WHAT CAN I DO WITH INTELLISAURUS? Intellisaurus is intended for many skill levels. The easy to follow instructions allow someone with a modest skill level to assemble the…... Listed under:
  346. MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator Running Snips.ai
    Learn how to install the Snips.ai offline voice assistant, through the SAM CLI tool, for the MATRIX Creator and MATRIX Voice. THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN DEPRECATED The Snips Console has been closed and cannot be used anymore. If you're looking for an alternative voice assistant, you can…... Listed under:
  347. DIY Environment and Air Quality Monitor
    Set up a Raspberry Pi to graph and monitor air quality with InfluxDB and Grafana. Have you ever been interested in monitoring the air quality in your home or outside where you live and work? This project, which we’ve dubbed balenaSense, will get you up and running…... Listed under:
  348. Energy Meter Logger
    Log your Energy Meter data using a Raspberry Pi and plot graphs of your energy consumption. Background In order to save energy it helps to know your consumption. To do this you can use Energy Meters to track the consumption of all connections in your…... Listed under:
  349. A Voice-Activated Weather Station with LEGO and Low-Code
    Use LEGO bricks and Hackeet Low-Code platform to build a voice-activated weather station that respects your privacy. The Project In this project, we are going to show you how to build a funny and personalized weather station that reacts to voice and respects your privacy…... Listed under:
  350. Making a DashCam Using the Raspberry Pi Zero (pt.1)
    This is the start of a new series where we learn how to build a dashcam using the Raspberry Pi Zero. This is the start of a new series where we learn how to build a dashcam using the Raspberry Pi Zero. This project is…... Listed under:
  351. SensorTag to Blynk Using Node-RED
    How to merge different IoT devices and services? Node-RED provides an elegant solution. Node-RED provides an elegant solution to merge different IoT devices and services. The SensorTag acquires weather data and sends them to the Raspberry Pi through BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy).The Node-RED flow runs on the Raspberry…... Listed under:
  352. Build a Pwnagotchi WiFi penetration tester with Pi Zero and a PaPiRus display
    Pwnagotchi is an A2C-based “AI” powered by bettercap that learns from its surrounding WiFi environment in order to maximize the crackable WPA key material it captures (either through passive sniffing or by performing deauthentication and association attacks). This material is collected on disk as PCAP files containing any form of crackable…... Listed under:
  353. Home Automation with Raspberry Pi 3
    Home automation using Raspberry Pi 3B and OpenHAB. [Optional] We will be using Google Home (or Google Assistant) to control the relays. I wanted to completely automate my room. I had an old RPi-3 lying around. So I made it to my use and created…... Listed under:
  354. QR Code on Raspberry Pi
    Scanning QR code on Raspberry pi using ZBar. We can use our Webcam to scan QR Codes with the help of a tool such as zbar tools. To use zbar tools, all you need to do is install it by typing: sudo apt-get zbar-tools Now verify how…... Listed under:
  355. Security System w/ Motion Sensor, Camera, Wia, Raspberry Pi
    Build your own security system, using the Wia Python SDK, a Motion sensor module, a camera module, and a Raspberry Pi. Project Requirements Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 Model BMotion sensorPiCameraA Wia account. You can create one for free here: https://www.wia.io/signup3 female to female jumper cables.…... Listed under:
  356. GameMamePiBoy
    cramming a RPi A+ and a retro-pie installation into a classic gameboy case With the acquisition of a PiZero today, the project will now focus around using that. It's more or less the same spec as the A+ but half the size and with double the RAM…... Listed under:
  357. Safe Shutdown, Control Pi GPIOs Using Google Assistant SDK
    Safe shutdown Raspberry Pi and control Raspberry Pi GPIO by voice using Google Assistant SDK without API.AI, IFTTT and Google Actions. The GPIO control and safe shutdown by voice are the key distinguishable features between the AIY Projects and the Google Assistant SDK. Now, with…... Listed under:
  358. Raspberry Pi Autonomous RC Car
    My first attempt at building an autonomous RC car with a Raspberry Pi 3. My wife and I were shopping at our local Big Lots store right after Christmas when I came across some marked down RC cars. I have always wanted to try and…... Listed under:
  359. Line tracking with Raspberry pi 3 python2 and Open CV
    The idea is to create a program in Python 2 using OpenCV 2 to find the center of a line for a Linefollower vehicle. I want use the line detection to guide a vehicle to maintain the vehicle always at the center of the line.…... Listed under:
  360. Rhasspy Voice Assistant on MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator
    Learn how to install the Rhasspy offline voice assistant, through a simple Docker image! https://youtu.be/o6Tt-5D_uC4 Required Hardware Before getting started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 or 4.MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator - Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Voice & MATRIX Creator each have an 8 mic array -…... Listed under:
  361. Raspberry Pi Bartop Arcade Cabinet
    A home-built bartop arcade cabinet powered by a Raspberry 2B running RetroPie. Story and build Here is a project I did a while ago: after seeing some videos and reading some articles about people using a Raspberry Pi to play retro games, I decided to…... Listed under:
  362. From Data to Graph: A Web Journey With Flask and SQLite
    Capturing real data (RPi/DHT22), saving them in a database (SQLite), creating graphs (Matplotlib) and presenting them on a web page (Flask). Introduction: From Data to Graph. a Web Jorney With Flask and SQLite On my previous tutorial, Python WebServer With Flask and Raspberry Pi, we learned…... Listed under:
  363. Direction of Arrival for MATRIX Voice/Creator Using ODAS
    This guide shows you how to use the MATRIX Creator or MATRIX Voice with ODAS, a library for direction of arrival, tracking, and much more. What is ODAS? ODAS stands for Open embeddeD Audition System. This is a library dedicated to perform sound source localization,…... Listed under:
  364. Herb(ert): A Desk Plant with Automated Irrigation
    I have a history of over/under watering plants. Herb(ert) combines sensor data with edge IoT logic to automate watering and stay healthy! Inspiration In our connected world there is no excuse for letting houseplants die. I have been guilty of this several times in the…... Listed under:
  365. Open CV Robot
    Robot that drives using computer vision and speech commands. You are about to embark on a journey, and we are excited to be part of it! Get ready to make and program your robot using Windows 10 IoT Core! And wait there is more! You…... Listed under:
  366. 8×8 LED Matrix display on RPi 2 with Windows 10 IoT Core
    Example how-to connect Adafruit Mini 8x8 LED Matrix to Raspberry Pi with Windows 10 IoT Core. Adafruit Mini 8x8 LED Matrix is simple graphical display with I2C interface. To prepare image for display is not straightforward. Every row is represented by one byte but columns are…... Listed under:
  367. How to Measure Air Quality on OpenSensors
    How to measuring the air quality of the Open Data Institute using an Arduino and a Shinyei PPD-42. Introduction So, whilst thinking of a good demonstration for the Opensensors platform, we thought why not see how polluted our workplace is by hooking up a sensor…... Listed under:
  368. Autonomous Drone / UAV Project For Plane
    Showing my progress in building the dashboard and flight control systems,follow up on channel and github repo to keep track: Building Ground Station for my Autonomous Rc plane. More than 20 modes and will feature experimental AI flight with RPi and carry loads of environmental…... Listed under:
  369. DRS Enabled Smart Pantry
    A pantry which can automatically replenish kitchen items. Most of the times, when I want to cook something I find some cooking ingredient (onion, garlic, chili etc.) is running low. In some cases I buy wrong item such as garlic instead of onion. When I…... Listed under:
  370. Raspberry Pi Security Camera System with Notification
    An easy way to know if someone is at the door and take picture of that person. I am using Cayenne to send me notifications every time someone is at the door and to take a picture at the same time. It will save the…... Listed under:
  371. Secret Coke Bottle SPY CAM!
    Take a Raspberry Pi Zero and a webcam cram it into a Coke bottle while making it continue to appear like a normal Coke bottle! https://youtu.be/4WJaSStEmr8 Inspiration For this project, the inspiration started when I came across a mini Pi Zero camera online. The obvious…... Listed under:
  372. Monitoring Your Broadband Connection with Raspberry Pi
    Constant outages of your broadband can drive you to frustration, but you can use the Raspberry Pi, and a little bit cloud to monitor it. If there's one thing that's the same about everyone's broadband connection, is that it's slow. Usually slower than it was advertised…... Listed under:
  373. Doorbell & Intercom with Snips Voice Assistant
    Doorbell that integrate a Snips voice assistant to say welcome and record messages from visitor when you are not at home. The Idea Building a Doorbell including a voice assisstant to reply to visitor. The doorbell is able to speak with visitor ( using TTS…... Listed under:
  374. Win10 IOT Irrigation Controller with Moisture Sensors
    Using Win10 IOT, RPi2, and XBee, measure lawn soil moisture, and automatically run irrigation as necessary. Background Large portions of the US have suffered from low water or drought conditions within the last few years.  There are a large number of things a homeowner can…... Listed under:
  375. Weather Station with ePaper and Raspberry Pi
    In this article, I explain how I created a tabletop weather station with ePaper display, a Raspberry Pi, and an enclosure. In this article, I explain how to build a weather station with an ePaper display (like the kind you find on a Kindle, except…... Listed under:
  376. DIY Raspberry Pi Indoor Outdoor Webcam
    Ever want to monitor your home but don't want to buy a $100 1080p webcam? Well I did, and you can too! Ever want to monitor your home but don't want to buy a $100 1080p webcam, or just wanted to build your own? Well,…... Listed under:
  377. Creating an IoT Server with Home Assistant and MQTT
    This guide will help you set up Home Assistant. Access it from any web browser and automations. Home Assistant Home Assistant is one of the most versatile and powerful home automation platforms and it is completely open source. Once set up, it can be accessed…... Listed under:
  378. Use Powershell to adjust the Adafruit 7″ Touchscreen
    Learn how-to enable the adafruit 7" touchscreen to be displayed correctly using powershell on a running Windows 10 IoT Raspberry PI device. Update: Public release of Windows 10 IoT Core This project has been tested with the public release and upon first use of a…... Listed under:
  379. Home Web Server
    Tired of paying for hosting, or being limited by free hosting providers restrictions? I've decided to build my own web server! Story So basically I got fed up with using a free hosting provider for my person website. I kept getting resource limitation errors, doubtful…... Listed under:
  380. Trail Camera
    This is a trail camera that will notify you using a cellular network that there has been activity nearby. My project is a Wireless Trail Camera, I know you could buy a trail camera cheaper then making it, but wheres the fun in that. The…... Listed under:
  381. Low-cost Home Automation with Voice Control
    An inexpensive open-source home automation solution for low income individuals. Background Today's home automation systems are expensive and often require the ability to install or modify existing hardware in the home. These two barriers to entry prohibit low-income individuals from joining the world of home…... Listed under:
  382. Raspberry Pi 4 Headless
    Setting up Raspberry Pi without HDMI cable or Ethernet Cable Hi coders, I was wandering around to find a way to program Raspberry Pi over USB only. As I am lacking an HDMI cable I searched everywhere and found something useful. And I hope it…... Listed under:
  383. ROS Robot
    A simple ROS robot which can navigate with terminal commands. Introduction This project is aimed at creating a robot based running ROS which allows us to turn any generic robot hardware platform into a smart robot. https://youtu.be/nTAU5yGOXnI https://youtu.be/NKvj2queEno Hardware Installation Connect the 9V battery pack…... Listed under:
  384. Low-Cost ECG Pathology Detection with Deep Neural Networks
    We aim to bring proper heart care to developing countries. An early detection of these pathologies its vital for an effective treatment. The problem According to the World Health Organization, the main cause of death in the lower-middle-income countries are related to heart disease, even…... Listed under:
  385. Stepper Motor from Windows 10 IoT Core
    It shows how to use a stepper motor, an easy way to rotate a camera, sensor and many other thing. If we are building a security system or a robot we might need to rotate a camera, a sensor or any other component. Stepper motors…... Listed under:
  386. Lithium Ion battery HAT for Raspberry Pi
    Run your Pi remotely with a 18650 Lithium Ion battery. What is the Pi18650 HAT? The Pi18650 is an add-on HAT which plugs into the 40-pin connector on the Raspberry Pi. This HAT allows you to operate your Raspberry Pi without a power cable and…... Listed under:
  387. MQTT Communication Between NodeMCU and Raspberry Pi 3 B+
    Using MQTT, NodeMCU, DHT22, RaspberryPi and IoT MQTT Panel to monitor temperature and humidity. Using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ as a broker for several NodeMCU with DHT-22 sensors measuring temperature and humidity and monitor on IoT MQTT Panel App. I made the algorithm for…... Listed under:
  388. HomeEnergy – Pi
    Turn a Raspberry Pi into a home energy monitor with inexpensive components. Update 2018-04-21: Published code for the web application. This is functional but not as polished as I'd like it. Update 2018-04-13: The system is installed in my breaker box and collecting live data. So far,…... Listed under:
  389. FLAON Smart Home project
    Avalon project become FLAON project, much stable, much faster, more precise. The idea I've always loved the idea of monitoring and controlling things. The smart home concept is already a well known concept, so I've tried to build something in this direction by my own.…... Listed under:
  390. Webcam with Pan/Tilt Servos and Battery Backup
    Story Calin Crisan's excellent motionEyeOS is a complete Linux distribution that turns the Raspberry Pi Zero into a highly functional wireless webcam. He provides detailed instructions for installation and configuration; some are referenced here. These instructions show how to use a gadget I designed called the Solar Pi…... Listed under:
  391. Python/MicroPython Sensor Logger with Google Sheets
    A system for recording sensor values to a Google Sheet. Making use of HTTP requests to communicate between the micro-controller and the server, and utilising gspread to write data to online spreadsheet. You will need to follow the instructions on the following link to set…... Listed under:
  392. 4,661 NeoPixel WS2812B Ceiling LED with RPi and 10 Fadecandy
    Customized ceiling screen, capable of playing videos, color picker, and color temperature using Raspberry Pi and a web-based GUI. Overview This project consists of a ceiling mount consisting of 4,661 NeoPixel LEDs powered by a multiple 5V power supply, 10 Fadecandy NeoPixel driver boards and…... Listed under:
  393. WalaBeer Tank
    The tank that will follow you and serve you beer. Coolness is over 9000! There are things that deep inside every man wants to have. Combining beer and tanks is one of these things! This project will be about this thing, a voice controlled tank…... Listed under:
  394. Autonomous Response using Intelligence 4 Emergency Scenarios
    Project ARIES - A system of intelligent and connected autonomous vehicles to provide an immediate response and action to emergency scenarios In Uttarkhand, Nepal and most recently in Kerala, floods have caused a lot of devastation resulting in a tremendous damage to person and property. Due to the accumulated…... Listed under:
  395. Black Box – OBD-Pi Using Raspberry Pi
    Our project is a black box - OPD-Pi using Raspberry Pi. In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect your Raspberry Pi to a Bluetooth OBD-II adapter and display real-time engine data to your car's aftermarket head unit! https://youtu.be/SVHaaNgbu7Q Step 1: Hardware Required: Raspberry…... Listed under:
  396. Motion Controlled AWS IoT Button
    You can use it as remote switch, anti theft beacon, counter, movement detector and so on. First, I would like to thank Amazon for announcing AWS IoT, a great environment for   Internet   of   Things.   After   three   weeks   experiment…... Listed under:
  397. 32×32 Chained LED Matrices with Win IOT Core on RPi3
    128x32 pixel LED Matrix with Raspbberry Pi 3 and Windows IOT Core. Story One of our clients in food industry had a special need to display some information in real-time. We had different options to work on this project like using a 7-segments or use…... Listed under:
  398. The Fireman is never late again !!!
    Emergency services First On Scene Drone for collecting vital information prior to arrival of response team INTRODUCTION Please take note this is an on going build so it is updated daily, Please come back often to view the new information that i regularly add. I…... Listed under:
  399. Mobile Remote Surveillance Camera
    This interesting project will cover all things required for the ultimate goal of building a mobile remote surveillance camera. https://youtu.be/6FrEs4C9D-Y This interesting but complicated project will cover things from designing building a robot, to advanced configurations in linux (raspberry pi) to building an Android application…... Listed under:
  400. Android Controlled Toy Using Raspberry Motor Shield
    The terrain vehicle which is managed with raspberry pi, arduino and controlled via android software. Story At the end of the project we will manage a terrain vehicle which controlled by android device's accelemoter sensor The project contains Motor shield, raspberry pi, arduino and dc…... Listed under:
  401. GrovePi Windows IoT: LED Blink
    This tutorial shows the simplest thing that you can do with the GrovePi: Blink a LED. Introduction to GrovePi with Windows IOT: LED Blink Tutorial This tutorial shows the simplest thing that you can do with the GrovePi: Blink a LED. This is a great…... Listed under:
  402. Azure IoT Hub nRF24L01 Windows 10 IoT Core Field Gateway
    Windows 10 IoT Core on RPI based nRF24L01 field gateway which enables sensor nodes to securely & reliably upload telemetry to AzureIoT Hubs. Overview For school Internet of Things (IoT) projects I needed a robust field gateway for uploading telemetry data from a number "cheap n…... Listed under:
  403. Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2 – Adafruit Sensor data
    Pushing data to Microsoft Azure Event hubs from Windows 10 IoT Core with Raspberry Pi-2 connected with the Adafruit 10DOF IMU This is my first blog on Windows 10 IoT Core with Raspberry Pi-2 connected with the Adafruit 10DOF IMU (A combo board provides 3-axis…... Listed under:
  404. Full Home Automation System with Azure and Voice Assistance
    Using Rasberry Pi 2, Azure, and Voice Assistance (Windows and Android) observe how your home not only gets automated, but also self aware. OVERVIEW: We all know how Home Automation has been integrated into our day to day lives - from controlling window panes to…... Listed under:
  405. Smart Gates
    Identify Cars Using Raspberry Pi Description The principle of operation: The car drives up to the gates.Camera reads the car plate numbers.Checks the read number with the database; if it finds one, then it opens the gate and lets the car pass.Each car at the…... Listed under:
  406. Smart Home Gardening System Using Raspberry Pi
    Detects if there is a need to water the plants and if so, the water will be sprinkled onto the plants automatically without human help. The Problem In today’s era everyone wishes to live in a green environment, and hence wishes to have at least…... Listed under:
  407. RGB LED Sample
    In this sample, we will connect a Tri-color LED to Raspberry Pi 2. The LED will blink changing colors from Red, Blue, Green. In this sample, we will connect a Tri-color LED to Raspberry Pi 2. The LED will blink changing colors from Red, Blue,…... Listed under:
  408. Raspberry Pi Google Assistant With Sleek Wood Box
    l built a DIY Google AI Assistant using a Raspberry Pi, USB Speaker and USB microphone. I’ll show how to build a DIY Google AI Assistant using a Raspberry Pi, USB Speaker and USB microphone. I’ll also show how to make the sleek hardwood box…... Listed under:
  409. Motion Activated Image Capture and Classification of Birds
    This project shows how I automatically capture and classify images of birds visiting my bird feeder. Project Introduction Being interested in bird watching, I attached a bird feeder to a window of my flat and within a few days various species of bird started visiting…... Listed under:
  410. I Let Everyone On The Internet Control My X-Mas Decoration
    Control any of the 55 RGB LEDs on the tree, let Santa twerk for you, control a model railroad, or display custom text on an LED dot matrix. Story Have you always wanted anyone in the world to be able to control your X-mas decoration…... Listed under:
  411. ESP32 Voice Streamer
      Use the ESP32 and the Adafruit Electret Microphone Amplifier Board to stream your voice over WiFi to your Raspberry Pi. Story There are so many things that do audio streaming out there. Smart helpers like Alexa and Google Home. And so I came to…... Listed under:
  412. Weather Station V 2.0
    Measure temperature, pressure and humidity in your room. Story In this project we will use the Adafruit Starter Pack for Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2 kit components to create a project that uses a sensor to read the temperature, pressure, humidity and altitude. NOTE:…... Listed under:
  413. Avalon Smart Home System
    A permanent under development project of a smart home system built with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Android tablets. Story The idea I've always loved the idea of monitoring and controlling things and the smart home concept is already a well known concept, so I've tried…... Listed under:
  414. Remote Heart Rate Monitor
    Monitoring the heart rate of somebody, and alerting somebody else when the heart rate is out of set range Story The main idea of this exercise is to monitor the heart rate of somebody, and alert somebody else when the heart rate is out of…... Listed under: ,
  415. Network Monitoring with AWS IoT
    Use Raspberry PI as network monitor box, always connected with AWS IoT/SNS to monitor network status or help power up/down device remotely. Story Background Network hacking and attack happens every seconds in the world and the loss and impact can be very large, but not…... Listed under: ,
  416. IR remote with Raspberry PI
    Do you want to controls your TV, DVR and more using RaspberryPi? Story In this chapter I will explain how can we control a TV or almost everything that uses an infrared remote control using Raspberry. This is part of my Home Automation project. LIRC is…... Listed under:
  417. Smart Environmental Monitoring
    Small, and easy to use devices, to monitor temperature, humidity, noise levels, luminosity and atmospheric pressure across a city. Story Description The goal is to build a small and easy to use device to monitor temperature, humidity, noise levels, luminosity and atmospheric pressure. The  idea…... Listed under:
  418. Azure Remote Controlled Light with Windows 10 IoT Core
    Controlling an LED remotely from a computer on the Internet. Powered by Microsoft Azure IoT Hub. Story For those who have watched the "Big Bang Theory", you would probably remember that those physicists build an Internet controlled lamp. The signal send from their laptop traveled…... Listed under:
  419. Automatic Vision Object Tracking
    A pan/tilt servo device helping a camera to automatically track color objects using vision. Story Introduction On my last tutorial, we explored how to control a Pan/Tilt Servo device in order to position a PiCam. Now we will use our device to help the camera to automatically…... Listed under:
  420. Smart Waste Bin
    Device for intelligent waste bin. This device integrates several sensors to supervise the state of the trash. Story Content guidelines Context Good waste management has become an essential issue for our planet. In public and natural spaces, many do not pay attention to the waste…... Listed under: ,
  421. Trading Card Scanner/Organizer
    Create a digital inventory of your trading/collectible cards using Lego and a Raspberry Pi. Story I was really into trading cards as a kid. I recently came across a lot of Magic The Gathering cards in a box and thought to myself - I wonder…... Listed under:
  422. Decentralized Fleet Tracking with Blockchain
    Asset tracking is a trend, but this project intends to work in a decentralized way storing each action, event or alert in a blockchain. Story Disclaimer: I'm assuming that you are familiar with the technologies involved, such as PCB/schematic design tasks, nodejs development, soldering, and so…... Listed under:
  423. Remote SSH Access To Raspberry Pi 2
    Enable remote SSH access to your Raspberry Pi 2 from anywhere, via the Yaler.net relay service. Story (From http://www.instructables.com/id/Remote-SSH-access-to-Raspberry-Pi-2/) Want to deploy a Raspberry Pi "in the field" and still be able to access it? Here is an easy way to enable remote SSH access to…... Listed under:
  424. AI Digit Recognition with PiCamera
    Recognize digits with Raspberry Pi, Pi Camera, OpenCV, and TensorFlow. Story In this project, we are going to train a deep convolutional neural network to transcribe digits. Then we are going to use the data from the learning stage to allow the Pi Camera to…... Listed under:
  425. Smart Traffic Light
    Smart light that turn on at noon when anyone pass in street and turn off at morning also check its state and report if it need to be fixed. Story Overview When I was on my way on a desert road I found lot of…... Listed under: ,
  426. Alexa Hue
    Get full voice control over your Hue lights: recall and save scenes, set timers and alarms, change colors, and trigger dynamic effects! Story Control Hue Lights with Alexa Well, you already can turn them on and off and dim them with Alexa. But this Alexa…... Listed under:
  427. Plot My Face
    Using Windows 10 IoT Core's new Lightning API, I built a Face Plotter. Story This project demonstrates Direct Memory Mapping driver and "Hybrid applications" - those which leverage Arduino libraries and XAML+C# on Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi. This project requires that your…... Listed under:
  428. DIY Complete Philips Hue Home Automation
    This project emulates a Philips Hue Bridge that is able to control multiple types of lights. Story This project emulates a Philips Hue Bridge that is able to control Hue lights (using original Hue Bridge), IKEA Tradfri lights (usign Tradfri Bridge), Mi-Light bulbs (using MiLight…... Listed under:
  429. Android Things Word Clock
    An Android Things-powered clock that allows the user to actually READ the time! Control it via Nearby API or through voice commands. Story What about a clock that speaks the user own language? Here it is! The core concept of this clock is that during the…... Listed under:
  430. Where is my thing?
    Story Background Do you ever get into a situation that whenever you trying to look for something but you spend very long time to look for it and still unable to find it? By leveraging RFID technology, using RFID reader and multiple RFID tags attached…... Listed under:
  431. MajorTom: Alexa Voice Controlled ARDrone 2.0
    ARDrone 2.0
    Cellular backdoor with Hologram Nova on Raspberry Pi flask-ask server-Amazon Alexa controlled. Story Motivation Our previous project with the ARDrone 2.0 helped us learn about a new project. Our current Alexa and Arduino Smart Home Challenge entryintroduced us to the skills needed to create a working demo for a…... Listed under: ,
  432. Video Streaming On Flask Server Using RPi
    Story Live video streaming server using RPi There are many ways to stream video to browsers, and each method has its benefits and disadvantages. The method that works well with the streaming feature of Flask is to stream a sequence of independent JPEG pictures. This…... Listed under:
  433. Smart fridge (self-replenishing) + Amazon DRS php API
    The smart refrigerator is a refrigerator where a lot more can be done with it than just cooling food. it can also do shopping and more. Story Idea The smart refrigerator is a refrigerator where a lot more can be done with it than just…... Listed under:
  434. Home/Hotel Monitoring System with Automated controls
    A cloud connected prototype to monitor and control any hotel or can be a home, The system is connected to an android application. Story Everyday we see a changing trend in technology and no matter what it has changed the way we live today and…... Listed under: ,
  435. JQR Quadruped Autonomous Robot
    With a lot of inspiration from Boston Dynamics projects, I'm trying to make something great without million dollars. Story JQR Quadruped Robot is a DIY project with the main objective to build an autonomous, legged robot that will help people in many activities. The project…... Listed under:
  436. Raspberry Pi Web-Controlled Robot with Video
    Simple Raspberry Pi web-controlled robot with video live streaming. Story gatoBot gato is the spanish translation for cat. A web controlled Raspberry Pi Zero W Robot with live video streaming. This is something I built in order to bother my cats. About Raspberry Pi Wikipedia: The Raspberry Pi is a…... Listed under:
  437. Alexa Messenger for Whatsapp
    Text anyone at anytime without even holding your phone or type a single letter with Alexa Messenger. Story Alexa Messenger for Whatsapp Did you ever want to text your friend but you are always busy 😀 or just not comfortable with your phone small screen…... Listed under:
  438. 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:
  439. 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:
  440. 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:
  441. 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:
  442. 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:
  443. 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:
  444. 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:
  445. 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:
  446. 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:
  447. 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:
  448. 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:
  449. 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:
  450. 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:
  451. 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:
  452. 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:
  453. 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:
  454. 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:
  455. 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:
  456. 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:
  457. 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:
  458. 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:
  459. 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:
  460. 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:
  461. 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:
  462. 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:
  463. 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:
  464. 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:
  465. 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: ,
  466. 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:
  467. 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:
  468. 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:
  469. 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:
  470. 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:
  471. 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:
  472. 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:
  473. 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:
  474. 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:
  475. 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:
  476. 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:
  477. 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:
  478. 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:
  479. 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:
  480. 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:
  481. 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:
  482. 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:
  483. 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:
  484. 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:
  485. 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:
  486. 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: ,
  487. 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:
  488. 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:
  489. 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:
  490. 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:
  491. 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:
  492. 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: ,
  493. 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:
  494. 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:
  495. 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:
  496. 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:
  497. 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:
  498. 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:
  499. 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:
  500. 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:
  501. 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:
  502. 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:
  503. 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:
  504. 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:
  505. 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:
  506. 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:
  507. 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:
  508. 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:
  509. 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:
  510. 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:
  511. 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:
  512. 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:
  513. 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:
  514. 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:
  515. 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:
  516. 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:
  517. 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:
  518. 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:
  519. 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:
  520. 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:
  521. 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:
  522. 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:
  523. 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:
  524. 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:
  525. 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:
  526. 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:
  527. 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:
  528. 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:
  529. 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:
  530. 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:
  531. 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:
  532. 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:
  533. 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:
  534. 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:
  535. 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: ,
  536. 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:
  537. 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:
  538. 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:
  539. 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:
  540. 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:
  541. 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:
  542. 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:
  543. 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:
  544. 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:
  545. 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:
  546. 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:
  547. 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:
  548. 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:
  549. 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:
  550. 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:
  551. 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:
  552. 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:
  553. 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:
  554. 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:
  555. 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:
  556. 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:
  557. 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:
  558. 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:
  559. 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:
  560. 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:
  561. 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:
    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: ,
    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: ,
    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: ,
    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:
    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:
    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:
    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:
    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: ,
    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:
    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:
  572. 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:
  573. 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:
  574. 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:
  575. 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:
  576. 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:
  577. 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:
  578. 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:
  579. 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:
  580. 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:
  581. 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:
  582. 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:
  583. 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:
  584. 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:
  585. 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:
  586. 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:
  587. 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:
  588. 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:
  589. 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:
  590. 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:
  591. 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: , ,
  592. 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: , ,
  593. 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:
  594. 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: ,
  595. 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:
  596. 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: ,
  597. 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:
  598. 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:
  599. 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:
  600. 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:
  601. 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:
  602. 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: ,
  603. 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: ,
  604. 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:
  605. 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:
  606. 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: ,
  607. 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:
  608. 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:
  609. 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: ,
  610. 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:
  611. 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:
  612. 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: , , ,
  613. 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:
  614. 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: , , ,
  615. 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:
  616. 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:
  617. 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:
  618. 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:
  619. 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:
  620. 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:
  621. 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:
  622. 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:
  623. 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:
  624. 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:
  625. 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:
  626. 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:
  627. 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:
  628. 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:
  629. 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:
  630. ​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:
  631. 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:
  632. 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:
  633. 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:
  634. 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:
  635. 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:
  636. 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:
  637. 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:
  638. 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:
  639. 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:
  640. 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: