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Embark on Embedded System Development Raspberry Pi Beginner's Toolkit

Embark on Embedded System Development: Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Toolkit

1. Introduction: Raspberry Pi Embedded System Development Kit The Raspberry Pi Embedded System Development Kit offers an ideal platform for both learning and utilizing Raspberry Pi capabilities. Built around the Raspberry Pi Zero, it features a 320*240 LCD with touch functionality for display purposes, along with an integrated chip for audio processing, playback, and recording. […]

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Flipper and Raspberry Pi create new game module for Flipper Zero

Flipper and Raspberry Pi create new game module for Flipper Zero

Flipper Devices and Raspberry Pi, have come together to create a new gaming module for the Flipper Zero device. This collaboration is a significant development for those interested in gaming, cybersecurity, and electronics, as it brings together the strengths of both companies to push the boundaries of what’s possible with open-source tools. The Flipper Zero, known for its versatility, has just become even more powerful

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Raspberry Pi 5 M.2 SSD HAT+ PCIe Gen 3 board launches for $9

Raspberry Pi 5 M.2 SSD HAT+ PCIe Gen 3 board launches for $9

Raspberry Pi users have a new solution to quickly adding solid-state drives (SSD)  to their new powerful Pi 5 mini PCs. Waveshare has just released a new product that’s both affordable and efficient for those looking to enhance their Raspberry Pi 5 experience. The M.2 HAT+ board, priced at a mere $8.99, is a budget-friendly expansion that allows for

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STMicroelectronics Launches New Discovery Kit for Body and Gateway Applications

STMicroelectronics Launches New Discovery Kit for Body and Gateway Applications

Description The SPC58EC-DIS discovery board provides an exceptional platform for expediting development and ensuring swift time-to-market entry. With an ideal equilibrium of capabilities, features and costs, it leverages SPC58 Chorus 4C series microcontrollers to target a diverse set of burgeoning automotive applications. Areas such as vehicle body and gateway control increasingly demand robust safety and

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How Embedded Wizard and STM32 Revolutionized GUI Development for Embedded Systems

How Embedded Wizard and STM32 Revolutionized GUI Development for Embedded Systems

At first glance, one might question TARA Systems’ continued involvement with ST as a partner through Embedded Wizard, given its GUI focus and TouchGFX as our free UI framework. Yet their strong presence and ongoing contributions to ST activities warrants exploring this partnership’s value on both sides. Embedded Wizard is highly visible within our program

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Google Assistant controlled home Light with a Raspberry Pi with IFTTT and Particle.io

In recent times, the popularity of smart home lights has increased due to the growing IoT market. However, these lights are primarily controlled through mobile apps or other devices. More recently, there has been a trend of controlling smart lights using voice commands through AI assistants on phones, speakers, and computers. Despite their convenience, smart

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3.2 inch Touchsy touch screens hit Kickstarter from 23

3.2 inch Touchsy touch screens hit Kickstarter from £23

Makers, developers and electronic enthusiasts searching for a small 3.2 inch touchscreen display may be interested in a new Kickstarter project launched by the team at Arushi. Touchsy is the company’s new 3.2 inch touch screen that can be used with a Raspberry Pi single board computer range and other microcontrollers to create a wide variety of applications and

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SELF HOSTED PI PICO DEVELOPMENT

SELF-HOSTED PI PICO DEVELOPMENT

Older readers and those with an interest in retrocomputing may remember the days when a computer might well have booted into a BASIC interpreter. It was simultaneously a general purpose device that could run any software it would load, and also a development environment. Not something that can be said for today’s development boards which

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