I believe that most of boys are desired to own a RC car and explore anywhere they want. Me too! So I thought of making one with my BeagleBon
Here I will share my latest creation, a wooden lamp that the color controlled by a 3-Axis Accelerator.
Distributed Indoor Air Quality analytics based on tags and open-source hardware and software with ability to integrate existing buildings.
The RangePi made it easier to connect LoRa network from anywhere at any time
A heart rate sensor that measures BPM and SPO2 and a temperature and humidity sensor. All data are displayed on the TFT touchscreen.
USB to TTL - CP2102 USB to Serial/UART with USB Type-C, Micro USB Plug
Never wonder whether you've taken your pills again - just put your hand under this medication dispenser to receive your daily dose!
Always-listening, privacy preserving voice assistant, designed to interact with IoT devices over MQTT.
Ever looked to the skies and wondered what it would be like to roam across the stars, look here to create your own 3d-printed drone!!!
Mechanical split flap displays controlled with the Pocket Beagle.
A guide to creating a simple guitar tuner in standard tuning.
Robot V.S. Human Connect 4 game played on a physical Connect 4 game board.
Numeric machine development including different modules, control board for the steppers, for user interface, software, visuals,... Semi-pro
The RangePi made easier to connect LoRa network from anywhere at any time
We are developing an autonomous vehicle capable of lane-keeping and detecting stop signs when moving through a course.
Our system is designed to use computer vision to have an RC car follow a particular path and stop when it detects the color red.
Beaglebone Black (BBB) autonomous vehicle that drives between lines, stop at stop signs and stops at traffic lights.
We have coded an RC car to autonomously follow a track and stop at a "stop sign".
Make a lane-keeping RC car using the Beaglebone Black, Linux knowledge, and Python's computer vision library OpenCV!
We are seeking to develop a lane-keeping and stop-sign recognition RC car using computer vision and the BeagleBone Black as a controller.
This car follows a path on the ground, stops at a stop sign, and a stoplight due to the magic of vision processing on a BeagleBone Black!
Designing a car to stay within lane and react to stop signs and lights