Our system is designed to use computer vision to have an RC car follow a particular path and stop when it detects the color red.
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!
We are developing an autonomous vehicle capable of lane-keeping and detecting stop signs when moving through a course.
Make a lane-keeping RC car using the Beaglebone Black, Linux knowledge, and Python's computer vision library OpenCV!
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.
Beaglebone Black (BBB) autonomous vehicle that drives between lines, stop at stop signs and stops at traffic lights.
There is a new puppy in the family! PocketPilot is a smaller version of the BBBmini Flight Controller.
We teach a car to stay in it's lane and stop on a dime
Texas Instruments Deep Learning API and examples ported onto BeagleBone AI's default Debian distribution image and mjpg-streamer filters.
We are seeking to develop a lane-keeping and stop-sign recognition RC car using computer vision and the BeagleBone Black as a controller.
3d area scanner utilizing off the shelf and 3d printed parts and components.
We have coded an RC car to autonomously follow a track and stop at a "stop sign".
Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
Under $200. Single 2S LiPo battery. Readily available parts. Programmable flight control via Python.
Using a small Linux SBC to replace the dashboard of my Nordic Treadmill. It set's goals and logs run and weight-loss history.
BBBmini is a state of the art Linux autopilot / flightcontroller Cape for the BeagleBone. It can be used for Copter, Planes or Rovers.
Build a car hacking spy device to remotely read and send CAN commands and track GPS location. All based on open source software/hardware.
BeagleBone Green Wireless Irrigation Control using HTML5, WebSockets, and Ecmascript 6.
A BeagleBone Blue powered drone that will follow you around on a leash.
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!
A hand-held synthesizer with cap touch buttons, various modes on a four-key drumpad, and a looper for on-the-go composing.