First Remote Viewing Virtual Reality (RVVR) system to date. Mirror your head position and motion from your headset to a remote system!
1536 seven segment displays that show videos of water
This project uses a microphone analog input, performs an FFT on the data and displays its frequency spectrum to an RGB LED matrix.
Uses facial recognition to detect when a person's mouth is open then aims and shoots a water gun into the person's open mouth
This project uses the Beagle Bone Black to monitor blood sugar readings provided by the Dexcom G6 blood sugar sensor.
DIY intruder cam capable of remotely alerting the owner upon motion detection.
A miniature take on the classic arcade game known as Stacker, this project allows one to explore the BeagleBone with an emphasis on Python.
Bluetooth Stopwatch that would be used in sports related activities with a profile selector
an open source electronics kit for exhibits
Robot made with motor controller, signal distribution, and servo controller board, it's controlled through the network.
This is a newer version SBC w/ a SoC from Beagleboard. org that incorporates two A-72 microprocessors at 2Ghz.
It is not dual core, it is the am335x supported BBB! Enjoy my take on the build and ideas revolving around the Servo Cape(s)!
Non-invasive optical-based glucose sensor for ENGI 301. *** Note: Work-in-progress. Not complete yet. ***
A device that shows how much is candy is left and dispenses when you wave your hand.
You have LED strip lights in your house, but they take so much effort to use! Make funny colors shine with this cool project.
Have you ever wanted to make your remote-controlled car run by itself? Nico and Others (dubbed, 'Team YoungerWoods') have done it! :)
Using a BBAI64 to modify an RC car to drive itself through a tape course, using a camera and speed encoder to control the car motion.
We use the compounded knowledge we have gained in class to make an autonomous RC car that follows a lane and stops at a red box stop.
Implement/Tune an RC Car that follows blue lane lines, stops at red stop boxes, and uses ML to recognize stop signs using a USB webcam.
This project is a simple self-driving toy vehicle that drives along a path marked with blue painter's tape, stopping at 2 red stop markers.
Autonomous/Lane Keeping RC Car using Computer Vision on BBAI-64
Autonomous vehicles using BeagleBone AI-64 can follow lanes, stop at red boxes and detect stop signs.
An autonomous vehicle on a BBAI-64 that's capable of lane-keeping and stopping at a stop box (good for getaways).
Inspired by the Fast & Furious we built an autonomous RC car capable of staying within lane and stopping at traffic stop signs.