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.
We created a vi that can synthesizes different instrument sounds by generating different ADSR envelopes. Then deployed vi on the BeagleBone.
Create your own headless music player with the PocketBeagle and Mopidy!
We created a speaker system that was controlled by an Android app but played through a speaker connected to a BeagleBone Green Wireless.
An alarm clock with a separate speaker forcing you to get out of bed to turn it off!
This project enables ioT applications for your camper van. The central control unit consist of a Python GUI on a BBB.
Get alerted about your grain bin overflowing- before it happens.
Create a paper football game board and add digital features and automation including scoring, possession, and a jumbotron.
Great anniversary/Valentine's Day gift. Music Box that plays favorite song with screen displaying picture.
Want to take your mind off of exams? This simple arcade machine will take care of your stress.
Tired of drinking your coffee too cold or too hot? Fear no more! This device can keep your coffee at the perfect temperature.
I really need a way to use my 3D printed castle, so here’s the project, where LEDs dance with music!
Making some motors move for starters w/ Flask, Python, HTML, Bootstrap, and things! Enjoy!
This project merges the electrical control board and chassis of an RC car into one!
This little platform is designed for low-latency audio projects, building upon the tiny PocketBeagle computer.
Bela is an open-source platform for super responsive audio and sensor processing with the PocketBeagle.
Drive some geared, DC motors via 12vDC lead acid battery w/ the BBGW, Sabertooth 2 x 12, and a Motor Bridge Cape attached!
This is a small motor driver based around the L298 dual, H-bridge and the BeagleBone Black. It was typed up in Python.
A cape for the PocketBeagle that provides 6 HUB75 output connectors for driving standard P10/P5 panels.
Could potentially power the most destructive type of combat robot ever built
Using LabVIEW 2014 and LINX 3.0, we created two wirelessly controlled Sumobots.
Easy to follow instructions to build, test and add device tree overlays to BeagleBoard. org® community repository for click boards™.
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.
Two TXS0108E ICs enable PocketBeagle to speak 5V... perfect for bitbanging and interfacing with your favourite retro computers!