Raspberry Pi running Amazon Alexa

Shailesh Saravanan has has created a new Raspberry Pi project tutorial, following on from his previous project which explained how to install Google Assistant on the small Raspberry Pi mini PC. His latest tutorial expands on this, teaching you how to install Amazon Alexa on the Raspberry Pi. “The project is classed as a beginner […]

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Raspberry Pi 4 website hosting

Building on their Raspberry Pi cloud launched back in 2016, hosting company Mythic Beasts based in Cambridge in the United Kingdom has been using the latest and more powerful Raspberry Pi 4 to run the official Raspberry Pi blog for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Mythic Beast’s Pete Stevens explains more about website hosting using the […]

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MyMicroPLC open source, expandable, easy-to-use Programmable Logic Controller

MyMicroPLC is an open source, expandable, easy-to-use Programmable Logic Controller that will soon be available to purchase from the Crowd Supply website. MyMicroPLC is an PLC-type board equipped with eight optically-isolated inputs and eight relay outputs. if you’d like to learn more about the MyMicroPLC and are interested in purchasing when it becomes available jump […]

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Unique Clockception Arduino project

An interesting Arduino project has been posted to the Instructables website explaining the concept behind the Clockception Arduino powered clock. Clockception has been inspired by the ClockClock project by Humans Since 1982 and consists of 48 servo motors to drive 24 clock-like faces in an 8×3 grid. “Hi All! This is my submission for the […]

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Raspberry Pi running Google Assistant

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in running Google Assistant on their Raspberry Pi mini PC may be interested in a new tutorial published to the Hackster.io website this week by Shailesh Saravanan. Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence–powered[1] virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home devices and make a […]

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Arduino powered camera slider and pan-tilt camera mount

Photographers searching for a professional style motorised camera slider and pan-tilt camera mount, may be interested in a new project by YouTuber “isaac879”. The project is open source with links to the design files and code provided via Github. Check out the first and second videos in the series below. “This is the pan tilt […]

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Feather wireless DSLR camera controller

Photographers and electronic enthusiasts, interested in building their very own wireless DLSR camera controller using a Feather development board. May be interested in a new project outlined on the Moving Electrons website. The device’s main features are: – Portable device with embedded/internal battery. – Wireless interaction with camera through infrared (IR). No USB cables or […]

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SeeedStudio Wio Terminal now supports CircuitPython

The developmnet team over at Seeed Studio has this week announced its Wio Terminal now supports the CircuitPython programming language created by Adafruit. CircuitPython is an open source derivative of the MicroPython programming language targeted towards the student and beginner an is a software implementation of the Python 3 programming language, written in C. The […]

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Raspberry Pi running Android using LineageOS

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in learning more about how to install the android operating system on their Raspberry Pi mini PC may be interested in a new tutorial published to the PiMyLifeUp website. The tutorial is classed as a “Beginner” project and uses a special build of LineageOS developed by konstakang. “To get Android to […]

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Inkjet printer modified for PCB fabrication

Vítor Barbosa based in Brazil has modified a Lexmark E460dn laserjet printer to aid with the fabrication of PCBs. The aptly named “haxmark460” was inspired by other projects on the Instructables website which have modified the Lexmark e360 and e260 printers. Barbosa explains more about the inspiration behind the project. “Most local PCB services take […]

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