Raspberry Pi

Industrial IoT Gateway Based on Android Things – Hackster.io

https://www.hackster.io/mhanuel/industrial-iot-gateway-based-on-android-things-c680d1 This project is a proof of concept of an Industrial Gateway based on Android Things.  Android Things allow to cut development time of the gateway by facilitating the integration with required interfaces such as Ethernet, UART, SPI and I2C. Android Things can be used in common SBC such as Raspberry Pi to have a quick

7 considerations to make when securing your Raspberry Pi

https://opensource.com/article/17/3/iot-security-raspberry-pi?sc_cid=7016000000127ECAAY The Raspberry Pi and many other inexpensive computer boards like it have become part of the “Internet of Things” or IoT revolution.  Because your Raspberry Pi is a Linux system, most advice for security on larger systems applies to your project, too.  Find out what sensible steps you can take to protect your Raspberry Pi

Scientists Connect A Human Brain To The Internet For The First Time | IFLScience

http://www.iflscience.com/brain/scientists-connect-human-brain-internet-first-time/ According to a press release, the team of neuroscientists and engineers have used an electroencephalogram (EEG) – a device that detects electrical signals in the brain – to transmit neurological activity to a cheap Raspberry Pi computer. This then live streams the data to a program running on a website that anyone can view at any time.

Secure Your Raspberry Pi Against Attackers

https://makezine.com/2017/09/07/secure-your-raspberry-pi-against-attackers/ Raspberry Pi boards are fantastic for any project — they’re cheap, easy to use, can run a wide range of possible operating systems, and provide programmable GPIO pins as well as multi-core CPU availability and multiple USB ports. You can use Raspberry Pi boards for all kinds of automation and information gathering projects. But,

Text Message Laundry Alert System – Hackster’s Blog

https://blog.hackster.io/text-message-laundry-alert-system-275a4b37296e Hacker Cabe Atwell has come up with a system that texts when the washer or dryer has finished its cycle. The device is, literally, a black box that sticks to either type of unit via a pair or rare earth magnets, then monitors movement using an accelerometer hooked up to a Raspberry Pi.  By hooking up the

DIY Complete Philips Hue Home Automation – Hackster.io

https://www.hackster.io/motea-marius/diy-complete-philips-hue-home-automation-dacb12?ref=channel&ref_id=425_published___&offset=0 This project looks like a very interesting home automation IoT project that provides tools for many applications: This project emulates a Philips Hue Bridge that is able to control Hue lights (using original Hue Bridge), IKEA Tradfri lights (usign Tradfri Bridge), Mi-Light bulbs (using MiLight Hub), Neopixel strips (WS2812B and SK6812) and any cheep

Visual Development with XOD

https://hackaday.com/2017/08/13/visual-development-with-xod/ This looks interesting:  If you program microcontrollers like the Arduino, you should check out XOD and see how you like visually creating software. The software is open source and currently, can target the Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Some alternative visual programming tools: – LabVIEW RT or Matlab Simulink – both very powerful, very stable, closed source

Lucasfilm goes open source, DIY lab equipment | Opensource.com

https://opensource.com/article/17/7/news-july-22?sc_cid=7016000000127ECAAY The VFX studio behind Star Wars and Indiana Jones made a major open source release. ILM Visual Effects, Lucasfilm’s VFX and animation studio, open sourced its MaterialX computer graphics library July 11. MaterialX was used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Start Wars Story. The source code and examples are available on GitHub and through materialx.org. Group of

Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton talks sales numbers, proudest moments, community projects, and Raspberry Pi 4 [Q&A] | BetaNews

https://betanews.com/2017/07/19/raspberry-pi-eben-upton-qa/ “I grew up in a world of UK-designed, often UK-manufactured computers like the BBC Micro, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC, and it’s fantastic to take our place alongside them.” The super-affordable ARM GNU/Linux computer has brought programming back into schools (and beyond) and enjoyed staggering success. It is becoming the most successful British computer