If your'e looking to get started w/ Beaglebone or are trying to create an IoT device that doesn’t have to be dependent on a WiFi connection.
Play your favorite PC games on Raspberry Pi (or any ARM) - Might and Magic 6, Stronghold Crusader, Pharaoh and Cleopatra and more.
Ever want to play on the PlayStation 1 again, but without being restricted by the controller's length? Well this project is just for you.
This project's a proof of concept to use the BeagleBone Black shield to work as a modular structure using different communication protocols.
This guide will show you how to make a physical interface for LabVIEW.
This project is a wireless drone that can be controlled using the Blynk app on your phone. It has an autonomous mode that avoids objects.
An IoT hardware solution to make an old HVAC unit energy efficient. And quieter, too!
Download MetaTrader 4 and use this guide to set it up on an ARM device. (Raspberry Pi is just an example device!)
Throwing some motors are okay but making them go with the LoadCape is much more sophisticated.
A GPRS weather station using BeagleBone with custom firmware for battery saving.
Have you ever been tired of your old hardware and wanted to upgrade with all the fixings?
A customized port of Android KitKat for the BeagleBone Black
This tutorial describes the process of creating a startup executable from a VI and deploying it to run each time the LINX device starts.
Improving safety and implementing basic motion control with a BeagleBone Black
After my last post Build fbtft drivers for Linux 4.4 on BeagleBone Black, I was curious watch patches are need to run mainline Linux kern...
Chicago hackerspace Pumping Station: One uses BeagleBone Black and RFID to control door access
A BeagleBone Implimentation of Pictochat.
the PixHawk Fire cape board allows to build BBB-based drones through.
Update: I got covered by.
This article is about porting the Turnigy Fabrikator Mini from HobbyKing to Machinekit. It explains the basics of porting a new 3D printer.
Build fbtft drivers for Linux 4.4 kernel so that BeagleBone Black can use TFT LCD connected via SPI as Framebuffer
This tutorial describes the process for blinking an LED on the BeagleBone Black or Raspberry Pi 2/3 by creating a LabVIEW application.
I have been working out of a book and I thought of adding some extra oomph.