The BeagleWire is an FPGA (Lattice iCE40HX4k) development platform that has been designed for use with BeagleBone boards.
Creating a LabVIEW Data Dashboard to interact with your embedded LabVIEW application from your Android or iOS tablet.
Simple article for BeagleBone and Sparkfun MM8452 accelerometer. Python code is used.
X10 modules are cheap and everywhere, in order to integrate these modules into your DIY home automation system it is nice to have a bridge.
Update a devices wifi configuration from your phone
The beginnings of a 210mm quadcopter controlled by the BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle development board powered by Octavo Systems SiP.
Control a grid of LEDs with your phone over the internet to play games like Pong!
How to install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 on Raspberry Pi using Wine and ExaGear Desktop. Step-by-step instruction.
Use the BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle with motion sensor to activate LEDs on your DIY "ugly Christmas" wearables. Fun and easy to learn!
RAPID PROTOTYPING AND LINUX KERNEL DEVELOPMENT WITH POCKETBEAGLE®
Do you want to use BeagleBone capes with Android? Here is how to get started.
Add buttons and an LCD for an easy to create retrogaming platform. This is the add-on PocketCape and configuration software.
A hardware tour of various Linux driver subsystems.
BeagleBone Blue's DC motor drivers can be used to drive bipolar stepper motors too! Pair them up with a little code for open loop control.
I really like tinkeringtech's enclosure for PocketBeagle and made a couple revisions. There's a cutout for the CPU in the bot.
An IoT hardware solution to make an old HVAC unit energy efficient. And quieter, too!
An introduction to LINX 3.0 which adds the ability to deploy LabVIEW code to run on BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi 2 and 3.
Using LabVIEW 2014 and LINX 3.0, we created two wirelessly controlled Sumobots.
Counter from 0 to 9 in display of 7 Segments on Beagle Board with Node.js
This example shows you how to use Simulink Coder™ Support Package for BeagleBone® Blue Hardware to run a Simulink® model
A classic toaster reflow oven built around the BeagleBone green. This oven is easy to tweak due to the Python based contoller with Web UI.
Using a BeagleBone Black, this coffee temperature detector works in an Internet of Things to create a comprehensive and useful display.
Set up CrashPlan on Raspberry Pi and make it your Raspbian backup tool using ExaGear Desktop (try it on any ARM board).
Houston weather changes drastically from day to day and I need an easy way to tell what the outdoor temperature is each day.