Drive some geared, DC motors via 12vDC lead acid battery w/ the BBGW, Sabertooth 2 x 12, and a Motor Bridge Cape attached!
This project merges the electrical control board and chassis of an RC car into one!
Sensing, Connected Utility Transport Taxi for Level Environments (SCUTTLE) made for the Mechatronics Engineering Technology Program.
Making some motors move for starters...
There is a new puppy in the family! PocketPilot is a smaller version of the BBBmini Flight Controller.
Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
Using a small Linux SBC to replace the dashboard of my Nordic Treadmill. It set's goals and logs run and weight-loss history.
Under $200. Single 2S LiPo battery. Readily available parts. Programmable flight control via Python.
BBBmini is a state of the art Linux autopilot / flightcontroller Cape for the BeagleBone. It can be used for Copter, Planes or Rovers.
BeagleBone Green Wireless Irrigation Control using HTML5, WebSockets, and Ecmascript 6.
A hand-held synthesizer with cap touch buttons, various modes on a four-key drumpad, and a looper for on-the-go composing.
Here is a demo of voice-controlled home automation using Amazon Alexa and PubNub data stream network.
Step-by-step instruction of running uTorrent on Raspberry Pi 2 using ExaGear Desktop (implement it to any ARM as well).
Want to learn how to trigger events when a known Bluetooth device is nearby using the BBGW? Here's a python example to get you started!
Getting Started with Safe Haptic Neuroprosthesis using the Haptic Cape for BeagleBone Green
Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
Step-by-step instructions on running Remote Desktop on Raspberry Pi with tips and tricks.
This is a small motor driver based around the L298 dual, H-bridge and the BeagleBone Black. It was typed up in Python.
Amazon Alexa like device running on the Beaglebone.
Quick and easy way to tell time and weather when getting ready!
This article should provide basic instructions to setup AWS IoT Thing and NodeJS client on BeagleBone
I have this mower that I made from a BBG, Motor Bridge Cape, and there is no engine (YET)!
An Internet connected device that controls servos and sends sensor (GPS/gyro/accel/compass) updates in real time over a GSM cell link.
Not content with an RC type drone, I want to design a flying software testing platform with which to develop new guidance methodologies.
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