Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
Quick and easy way to tell time and weather when getting ready!
This article should provide basic instructions to setup AWS IoT Thing and NodeJS client on BeagleBone
Want to learn how to trigger events when a known Bluetooth device is nearby using the BBGW? Here's a python example to get you started!
I have this mower that I made from a BBG, Motor Bridge Cape, and there is no engine (YET)!
Sometimes your BeagleBone project needs to be mobile and connect to the cloud. This tutorial walks through setting up a USB modem.
An H-Bridge can be used to control motors for robotic projects. In this project I show how to use an H-Bridge to control two DC motors.
This is a small motor driver based around the L298 dual, H-bridge and the BeagleBone Black. It was typed up in Python.
Apprentice level training on embedded Linux concepts, tools and techniques.
An extensible low-cost open platform for learning embedded control & robotics in multithreaded Linux. Runs ROS, Python, Simulink, LabVIEW.
How to play Arcanum, Disciples II, Fallout and other Windows PC games on Raspberry Pi with the help of ExaGear Desktop.
PocketBeagle is a tiny but powerful inexpensive keyfob-sized open source Linux computer.
I have been working out of a book and I thought of adding some extra oomph.
The PocketBeagle doesn't have network connectivity out of the box because it's a low-cost platform.
Official community documentation for BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle, the ultra small, ultra flexible, ultra affordable GHz Linux computer.
On-board USB host function of PocketBeagle can be extended by this "Hub-Cape" to 2/4 port!
Creating a LabVIEW Data Dashboard to interact with your embedded LabVIEW application from your Android or iOS tablet.
Adding Text-to-Speech to any PocketBeagle project is easy and fun with a USB sound card, speaker and libraries.
Fun, getting started project with PocketBeagle, a Breadboard and components. Build an electronic version of this fun 1970's arcade game.
Update a devices wifi configuration from your phone
Simple article for BeagleBone and Sparkfun MM8452 accelerometer. Python code is used.
I really like tinkeringtech's enclosure for PocketBeagle and made a couple revisions. There's a cutout for the CPU in the bot.
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.
Use the BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle with motion sensor to activate LEDs on your DIY "ugly Christmas" wearables. Fun and easy to learn!
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