• Yet another Pip-Boy project

    Hardware: Raspberry Pi Zero-W Adafruit Ultimate GPS breakout Adafruit I2S 3W Amplifier breakout Fallout 76 Pip-Boy 2000 MKVI kit various tactile switches and rotary encoders *no monitor decided on yet*   So...
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  • Installing PyCharm on Raspberry Pi 4

    Once you play around with all the IDE's available for python on Raspberry Pi you tend to want to play with PyCharm since well its probably what you have installed on your desktop or laptop.  Good news get it up a...
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  • Raspberry Pi Aficionado Quiz II

    Raspberry Pi Aficionado Quiz II Technical Specifications | GPIO Pin Out | Benchmark Tests | Comparison Chart | FAQ | Quiz II | Featured Parts | Quiz I | Pi Accessories | Pi Projects | RoadTest | Raspberry Pi ...
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  • Pycharm Raspberry Pi 3 & 4 Terminal Fix

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  • Dead rpi2, just solid green and fast overheating

    Hello to everyone! I've received as a gift two dead rpi2s. One is still to troubleshoot and it isn't the matter of discussion here. The other, when connected to a suitable power supply I've been using for years with ...
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  • MaaXBoard Getting Started with the Monarch GO Pi Hat

    Introduction The Monarch Go Pi HAT is a cellular connectivity add-on card for SBC boards that have a Raspberry Pi HAT-compatible connector. Fitted with Sequans Monarch Go (or Monarch Go GPS) LTE Cat-M1 modem, this HA...
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  • Raspberry Pi 4 B Getting Started with the Monarch Go Pi Hat

    Introduction The Monarch Go Pi HAT is a cellular connectivity add-on card for SBC boards that have a Raspberry Pi HAT-compatible connector. Fitted with Sequans Monarch Go (or Monarch Go GPS) LTE Cat-M1 modem, this HA...
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  • Cross build environment for Raspberry PI (or any Linux SBC) on Windows.

    I am used to microcontroller code development process. Recently to up my game I am trying to learn programming for raspberry pi. Building code on Raspberry Pi is very slow.The problems or questions I am facing are g...
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  • Raspberry Pi Facial Recognition

    This project is done with Open Source Computer Vision Library (OpenCV). OpenCV was designed for computational efficiency and with a strong focus on real-time applications. So, it's perfect for real-time face recogniti...
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  • Modding a 4.3" 12V LCD to run on 5V

    I'm building a portable Raspberry Pi (3B+) handheld and I'm using a 4.3" Car Monitor as a screen. The box says it runs it runs on 12V(+/-10%). I've tested it for a bit and It even runs on as low as 6volts.. I've...
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  • Raspberry Pi gpio output doesn't work

    I am trying to create a simple blinking led application using Pi 3 model A+.     After some experiments it turns out that for some reason I not able to bring any gpio pin to High state.   I have tried...
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  • What are the most important parts to have in your electronics kit?

    This weekend I went to build a circuit for use in an upcoming video. There were two components I was confident that were in my parts kit: a 555 timer and a counter. Now, I did not know which counter I had, but I assum...
  • 7 inch touchscreen display is completely dark wont turn on

    i had to reinstall  after it crashed trying to do apt-get upgrade and after that i put sd card in power on and nothing happens red light stays on with a blinking green light as well any assistance with figuring o...
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  • Home Automation with Raspberry Pi 4 and Amazon Echo Dot (Alexa)

    Automate your Home using Raspberry Pi and Amazon Echo Dot   Overview: This project uses an Amazon Echo Dot which is used for natural language processing (NPL) and a Raspberry Pi 4 Board.  We can give a voi...
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  • Raspberry Pi as an Access Point.

    I would like my Raspberry Pi to act as a wireless access point.  These are the current settings in /etc/network/interfaces:   auto lo     iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet dhcp    ...
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  • Are you monitoring your devices?

    Check out the blog post Keeping an Eye with Raspberry Pi - Monitoring Electricity + Bandwidth - what're you monitoring in your home?
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  • Resources to Configure a Pi4B to Stream Internet Content

    I am looking to the E14 community members for their suggestion on how best to configuring a Pi4B to stream content from Internet providers.   My definition of best is, you have first hand knowledge (i.e. done it...
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  • Using the Raspberry Pi 4 as a wireless access point

    The Raspberry Pi 4 can easily be configured as a 2.4 GHz or 5GHz routed wireless access point or as a bridged wireless access point.   My intention was to create a wireless network outside of the home. The co...
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  • Do You Know Your Pi from Pie? Raspberry Pi Quiz!

    Raspberry Pi Aficionado Quiz Do you know your Pi from Pie? Technical Specifications | GPIO Pin Out | Benchmark Tests | Comparison Chart | FAQ | Quiz | Quiz II | Pi Accessories | Pi Projects | RoadTest   Ar...
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  • Complete noob needs help with Pi3 components for Pipboy

    Slightly overwhelmed here with all the info on this board.   Quick synopsis - Been a huge Fallout fan for many years, and just recently had a friend give me the 3D printed Fallout Pipboy 3000 and the Pi3 board w...
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