Use Yocto on BeagleBone Black.
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
An experimental skill for using Amazon Alexa to control Bose SoundTouch speakers.
There is a new puppy in the family! PocketPilot is a smaller version of the BBBmini Flight Controller.
Build a car hacking spy device to remotely read and send CAN commands and track GPS location. All based on open source software/hardware.
Create a robot on Raspberry Pi (or any other ARM device) for automated trading on Forex 24/7 and at almost no costs!
The control of a robot may be painful as you have to develop specific clients for each mobile device. I propose a Web based control
BBBmini is a state of the art Linux autopilot / flightcontroller Cape for the BeagleBone. It can be used for Copter, Planes or Rovers.
Here is a demo of voice-controlled home automation using Amazon Alexa and PubNub data stream network.
Quickly automate any door with facial recognition, motion detection, motor control & text to speech using BeagleBone Black Wireless.
Amazon Alexa like device running on the Beaglebone.
The Smart Analyzer is an extended version of Oscillogram for Utility Grid with advanced resources: fft analysis on voltage and current.
A BeagleBone Blue powered drone that will follow you around on a leash.
Have you ever wanted to use a PocketBeagle? And build a remote car? Well, I have! Here is how you can too!
In this posting I will demonstrate how to connect between an Android phone and a BeagleBone Black Wireless (BBBW) using bluetooth RFCOMM.
An Internet connected device that controls servos and sends sensor (GPS/gyro/accel/compass) updates in real time over a GSM cell link.
Getting Started with Safe Haptic Neuroprosthesis using the Haptic Cape for BeagleBone Green
Design and build a system for monitoring structural movements in smart buildings with Infineon 3D Magnetic 2Go.
A hand-held synthesizer with cap touch buttons, various modes on a four-key drumpad, and a looper for on-the-go composing.
Fun, getting started project with PocketBeagle, a Breadboard and components. Build an electronic version of this fun 1970's arcade game.
Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
In this easy project we'll connect a temperature and humidity sensor to an Arduino Uno with an Ethernet Shield and we'll use Blynk.
Using a BeagleBone Black, you can create a custom smart mirror to keep you up to date and on track in the mornings when getting ready.
On-board USB host function of PocketBeagle can be extended by this "Hub-Cape" to 2/4 port!