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Hi, I'm building a platform (www.dataplicity.com) that lets you monitor your Raspberry Pi's vitals (through a pre-set dashboard), control its GPIOs remotely through a web browser or a mobile device, and remotely connect to your Pi with an SSH-like Remote Shell without need for VPN, static IP, port forwarding or DynDNS. The system is far from finished, but I want to see if it is something that people would find interesting and want to use. Would love to hear what you all think. Thanks! ...
pcdocms

WEMOTE-PI

Posted by pcdocms Dec 19, 2014
Home control systems have come a long way since the X10 days, but they are still hideously expensive on a per outlet basis.  Luckily, some cheap electronics from China  and a R PI can change all that.  I came across some hardware that will allow one  to control the power to five outlets in one's house, but it only includes one remote.  What I propose is connecting the remote to the PI, and the PI to the internet to control the selected outlets wirelessly and remotely. ...
pcdocms

VCR-PI

Posted by pcdocms Dec 19, 2014
I am slowing moving into the 21st century   For a while, I have been trying to devise a way to automate the capture of literally hundreds of VHS tapes to a digital format, with little success. main issue is building a microcontroller that will run several robots to load and unload tapes to various VCRs for processing , sending a message when a video cap of the tape has succeeded or failed.  I think the R PI will be the answer to my prayers. I will still use PC video processing and ...
2014 Year in Review   Check out these 10 incredible Raspberry Pi B+ projects from 2014 and add them to your to do list in 2015! (This is not a ranking)   #1 Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi Model B+   #2 Trap Santa with the Raspberry Pi B+   #3 CaTS     #4 How to Startle Halloween Trick-or-Treaters with the Raspberry Pi #5 Build a Board Game with the Raspberry Pi B+   #6 Pi Passport   #7 eLDERmon #8 Dance Dance Revolution wi ...
Anuja Apte

Holiday Pi!

Posted by Anuja Apte Dec 18, 2014
Madhu here for a holiday special post!   My friends (who ended up being my guinea pigs for this post) bought me a Raspberry Pi B+ and camera board as a gift for Thanksgiving. I thought I would surprise them by monitoring my office door (using their gift) to detect faces and display on my laptop screen. I used the Computer Vision Toolbox and wrote a simple MATLAB script to achieve my goal.    %% The code that I used to perform Face Detection % Set up your Raspberry Pi hardware ...

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