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Dear reader,   We launched a Indiegogo campaign  where we offer a series of digital I/O modules : http://igg.me/at/kunio Via an SPI bus + some I/O pins, or just up to 7 simple I/O pins, you can add a huge number of digital in- and outputs in a modular way. By using any microcontroller or Single Board Computer of your choice, you can create a powerful device (PLC) that is accessible from the internet and has lots of storage and features using your own development tools. If you ar ...
On the on going tour of "geek festivals" I went to the Cambridge Raspberry Jam, lots of talks, Tutorials and even more Vendors with cool toys! I particularly like the talk from Andy Baker with his home brew Quadcopter controlled with a Raspberry Pi:     Additionally they are trying something new next time by running a "piwars" type event with feats of strength and skill for PI based robots from 16 teams. There's now a waiting list to join the fun but still plenty of tickets if y ...
Hi everyone!   I just want to show the project that I am working on. So lets go, I decide to make an explorer robot just for fun and also learn something in the way. As you can see the chassis is made of clear acrylic and have a nice wheels that allow the robot to move easily in an indoor environment. The robot is controlled via a web interface and you can see what the robot see, so you can control it remotely from another room or also from another place using an internet connection.   ...

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