Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
Using a small Linux SBC to replace the dashboard of my Nordic Treadmill. It set's goals and logs run and weight-loss history.
A hand-held synthesizer with cap touch buttons, various modes on a four-key drumpad, and a looper for on-the-go composing.
Quick and easy way to tell time and weather when getting ready!
Here is a demo of voice-controlled home automation using Amazon Alexa and PubNub data stream network.
Plug in the board, connect any drawing utensil of your choice, draw paper of your choice, and save your masterpiece digitally!
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.
An experimental skill for using Amazon Alexa to control Bose SoundTouch speakers.
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
Use Yocto on BeagleBone Black.
How to play Arcanum, Disciples II, Fallout and other Windows PC games on Raspberry Pi with the help of ExaGear Desktop.
An IoT Thing using the Amazon cloud that monitors and reports observed radio frequency spectral power and can be remotely controlled.
Creating a LabVIEW Data Dashboard to interact with your embedded LabVIEW application from your Android or iOS tablet.
The BeagleWire is an FPGA (Lattice iCE40HX4k) development platform that has been designed for use with BeagleBone boards.
Simple article for BeagleBone and Sparkfun MM8452 accelerometer. Python code is used.
Using a BeagleBone Black, this coffee temperature detector works in an Internet of Things to create a comprehensive and useful display.
Control a grid of LEDs with your phone over the internet to play games like Pong!
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.
An IoT hardware solution to make an old HVAC unit energy efficient. And quieter, too!
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
BuddyBot is the first robot programmed entirely with the Swift programming language and uses the SwiftyBones library.
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