Robot made with motor controller, signal distribution, and servo controller board, it's controlled through the network.
In this project, variable grip for a 6 finger augmentation device is possible through the use of a servo and potentiometer.
Did you ever want to check the coordinates of your RoverBot after completing some initial tests in the field?
Have you ever wanted to make your remote-controlled car run by itself? Nico and Others (dubbed, 'Team YoungerWoods') have done it! :)
This project is a simple self-driving toy vehicle that drives along a path marked with blue painter's tape, stopping at 2 red stop markers.
Autonomous/Lane Keeping RC Car using Computer Vision on BBAI-64
Autonomous vehicles using BeagleBone AI-64 can follow lanes, stop at red boxes and detect stop signs.
Inspired by the Fast & Furious we built an autonomous RC car capable of staying within lane and stopping at traffic stop signs.
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.
Here I will share my latest creation, a wooden lamp that the color controlled by a 3-Axis Accelerator.
Design and build a system for monitoring structural movements in smart buildings with Infineon 3D Magnetic 2Go.
Distributed Indoor Air Quality analytics based on tags and open-source hardware and software with ability to integrate existing buildings.
Use Yocto on BeagleBone Black.
A guide to creating a simple guitar tuner in standard tuning.
Never wonder whether you've taken your pills again - just put your hand under this medication dispenser to receive your daily dose!
We are developing an autonomous vehicle capable of lane-keeping and detecting stop signs when moving through a course.
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.
We are seeking to develop a lane-keeping and stop-sign recognition RC car using computer vision and the BeagleBone Black as a controller.
A robot which measures the user's body temperature, decides 'happy' or 'sad', and draws either a smiley or frowny face.
This project involves using an 8x8 led matrix with Beaglebone to play Connect 4.
Creates a optical illusion using multiple mirrors to reflect off each other, along with code to make LEDs bounce with music
This project takes a BeagleBone Black, and a LED Matrix display and creates a clock that also displays the current temperature.
An implementation of Nikodem Bartnik's 3D printed dremel CNC with a 500W spindle and a PocketBeagle. Created for ENGI 301 @Rice Uni.
This tutorial will describe how to control an oven for bladesmithing using a Beagle Bone Black