Beaglebone Black (BBB) autonomous vehicle that drives between lines, stop at stop signs and stops at traffic lights.
We have coded an RC car to autonomously follow a track and stop at a "stop sign".
Make a lane-keeping RC car using the Beaglebone Black, Linux knowledge, and Python's computer vision library OpenCV!
This car follows a path on the ground, stops at a stop sign, and a stoplight due to the magic of vision processing on a BeagleBone Black!
Designing a car to stay within lane and react to stop signs and lights
In this project, our team built a lane following, autonomous RC car with the beagle bone black using the OpenCV library.
We teach a car to stay in it's lane and stop on a dime
The GPIOD in the BeagleBone Black relies on Python wrappers to work. Our project allows Python code to work with the GPIOD directly.
Determine a solar power plant's power output using data from the Cloud Motion Vector (CMV) Sensor System and a model of the power plant.
Current sprinkler systems leave much to be desired, so we've designed a sprinkler system that works smarter and saves water!
We finished the Cobra MiniSumo chassis build in part 1 of this project. Let's add some brain power this time.
A GPRS weather station using BeagleBone with custom firmware for battery saving.
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.
Get alerted about your grain bin overflowing- before it happens.
Control a grid of LEDs with your phone over the internet to play games like Pong!
"Stranger Things" Christmas Light message wall.
Using LabVIEW 2014 and LINX 3.0, we created two wirelessly controlled Sumobots.
This tutorial describes the process of setting up a BeagleBone Black as a LabVIEW target using LINX.