How many steps does your dog take? Add OLED C and Pedometer 3 clicks to the BeagleBoard. org® PocketBeagle® featuring the OSD3358 SiP
Low-cost IoT Gateway made with open-source software and hardware. Software includes temperature, humidity, and ambient light sensing.
Create a prototype security system with three sequential layers of security -- a dial lock, pattern lock, and keypad password!
A wearable metronome device using vibration motors with adjustable tempo and pulse that reacts to the surrounding noise level.
This project takes in colors as inputs via a color wheel and outputs musical notes.
Golf Ball dispenser for the laziest of golfers who don't want to even push a golf ball into position with their club!
A laser harp using 5V laser diodes and a PocketBeagle. Play musical notes just by waving your hand!
Retro gaming on a 16x16 LED matrix using a PocketBeagle.
This project will help you set up your PocketBeagle to automatically create a WiFi access point on boot.
Have you ever wanted to use a PocketBeagle? And build a remote car? Well, I have! Here is how you can too!
Want to take your mind off of exams? This simple arcade machine will take care of your stress.
Tired of drinking your coffee too cold or too hot? Fear no more! This device can keep your coffee at the perfect temperature.
Bela is an open-source platform for super responsive audio and sensor processing with the PocketBeagle.
A cape for the PocketBeagle that provides 6 HUB75 output connectors for driving standard P10/P5 panels.
Could potentially power the most destructive type of combat robot ever built
Two TXS0108E ICs enable PocketBeagle to speak 5V... perfect for bitbanging and interfacing with your favourite retro computers!
Race the clock in this game of chasing LEDs!
PocketBeagle® can become your personal Amazon Alexa assistant. Follow these instructions and this tiny BeagleBone will do more than fetch!
There is a new puppy in the family! PocketPilot is a smaller version of the BBBmini Flight Controller.
A hardware tour of various Linux driver subsystems.
A quick guide to setting up the $25 computer that fits in an Altoids Smalls tin.
Add buttons and an LCD for an easy to create retrogaming platform. This is the add-on PocketCape and configuration software.
RAPID PROTOTYPING AND LINUX KERNEL DEVELOPMENT WITH POCKETBEAGLE®