RaspiDuinoRover is a project about making a rover with a Raspberry Pi (and its camera module) and an Arduino Uno, and controlling it with an iPhone. (or iPad, or iPod Touch).
Mot-clé - electronic
If you own an RFduino module and are a Fritzing user, you now have a Frizting part for it.
In this tutorial, I'll explain how to create the skeleton of an RFduino enabled iOS app.
TinyLaserTurret is a simple ATtiny85 based laser turret, with Nunchuck control.
TinyWireMCP23008 is a library that ease the use of the MCP23008 I2C port expander with an ATtiny85 microcontroller.
ArduTemperatureMonitor is a simple Arduino based temperature monitor, with display of current, minimal and maximal temperature, with EEPROM storage of minimal and maximal values to survive power loss.
PiCheckVoltage is a project for the Raspberry Pi intended to provide a mean to check voltage of a battery pack which is used to power electronic assemblies connected to the Raspberry Pi, and execute scripts depending on battery level.
MovingRaspi is a project I had some times ago, and I've just decided to start. Project's goal is to motorize a Raspberry Pi and control it with an iPhone (or iPad, or iPod Touch). This third part is about the final assembly.
play work with electronic assemblies, an oscilloscope will soon become a useful tool, if not a necessary one. However, you may not have to spend a lot of money in a professional oscilloscope, a basic tool may be adequate. And that's the case of the oscilloscope I'll talk about, DSO 062 from JYE Tech.
MovingRaspi is a project I had some times ago, and I've just decided to start. Project's goal is to motorize a Raspberry Pi and control it with an iPhone (or iPad, or iPod Touch). This second part is about the communication between the iPhone and the Raspberry Pi.
MovingRaspi is a project I had some times ago, and that I've just decided to start. Project's goal is to motorize a Raspberry Pi and control it with an iPhone (or iPad, or iPod Touch). This first part is about the preliminary steps.
PiZyPwm, for Raspberry (Pi) Ea(zy) PWM, is an easy way to implement PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) output on a Raspberry Pi using Python language.
You can get it from its dedicated page.
This is a try to work with an Asus AI Remote from a (dead) Asus motherboard package and a Raspberry Pi, using Python programming language.
The buzzer used seems to be a 5V one because of the low sound output on a 3.3V GPIO pin.
The sound wave is a square one as I can't control level outputs (0V or 3.3V only), and the frequency is not very regular (you can hear scratches) due to the buzzer quality and the non real-time quality of the platform : you have to deal with OS interrupts and Python garbage collecting.
Code for RemoteTone can be found at https://github.com/aboudou/remotetone.
A new release of RasPiRepCol, a project intended to provide a clone of the electronic game Simon is now available.
What's new ?
- Add hard mode.
- Updated for RPi.GPIO 0.4.0a
If you want to make some simple electronic circuits for your Raspberry Pi, you may need some useful (software and hardware) tools.
A new release of RasPiLEDMeter, a project intended to provide a LED usage meter to the Raspberry Pi, is now available.
What's new ?
- Rewritten in Python