Not content with an RC type drone, I want to design a flying software testing platform with which to develop new guidance methodologies.
Quickly automate any door with facial recognition, motion detection, motor control & text to speech using BeagleBone Black Wireless.
Do you like Linux/Embedded Linux? Do you like IoT? What about using SigFox in your Linux IoT projects?
Making some motors move for starters w/ Flask, Python, HTML, Bootstrap, and things! Enjoy!
Easy to build and program health monitor provides heart rate, temperature and moisture readings. Uses BeagleBoard PocketBeagle.
Have you ever wanted to know how to make sure your front door, any window in the house, or your backdoor stays shut or else?
Often web server access to remote devices behind a firewall is needed (Wifi router, smart home). This is how you can solve this securely.
Make GPIO easy and easier but do not try to make it a given...
Control your spice rack using your voice!
Did you want to light the LED and you got turned down on the fly? libgpiod!
Reading is keen, photoresistors are nice, and educating on Ideas from Books are both!
In this posting I will demonstrate how to connect between an Android phone and a BeagleBone Black Wireless (BBBW) using bluetooth RFCOMM.
Have you ever wanted to set up an HTML email via Perl on the BBB w/ some gmail and to whomever you would like to send an email in mind?
Did you ever want to learn something but it seemed impossible b/c of too many articles on the subject or not enough? BBBW!
Did you ever want to know if you were moving while you slept?
Are you interested in visual plotting for statistics? Matplotlib!
Did you want to see different aspects in a visual manner w/out Matplotlib or Numpy on ARM devices?
This item can show you when you door has been opened, closed, and if the door has stayed open for an allotted amount of time.
Did you ever want to use another radio band to control your LED from a distance w/ an Xbee by way of push button?
Did you ever want to start making a four legged bot and did not know where to start?
Did you ever want to view a nice visual of a fractal image on an embedded computer with the correct source?