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.
Using LabVIEW 2014 and LINX 3.0, we created two wirelessly controlled Sumobots.
Control a grid of LEDs with your phone over the internet to play games like Pong!
This tutorial describes the process of setting up a BeagleBone Black as a LabVIEW target using LINX.
"Stranger Things" Christmas Light message wall.