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Can not start emulator. Tried the editor to #blacklist-bcm2708 but the editor comes up with a blank screen. blink.py works okay. Have looked and tried a lot of things. Emulator says can't detect pifacedigitalio.
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I was wondering when something like this would happen but the good folks with the Raspberry Pi Foundation have opened a store in Cambridge, UK quite appropriately called The Raspberry Pi Store.  This  is an awesome looking place where one could interact and buy various Raspberry Pi products, sort of in the same vain as another Fruit Store. I could… (Show more)
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A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   The Remote Home Monitor will encourage you to upgrade your home to a smarter and more secure one, offering safety measures,… (Show more)
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Hi all! I'm new to Raspberry Pi and am interested in using it musically and making travel and performance much easier. Have you guys seen this audio HAT on Kickstarter? It seems nice but I am wondering what others think and ways you think I would be able to use it. Any feedback is appreciated!  … (Show more)
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Raspberry Pi 7” Touchscreen Display Buy NowDisplay Installation Guide Install Virtual Keyboard* Other Pi Accessories  The 7” Touchscreen Monitor for Raspberry Pi gives users the ability to create all-in-one, integrated projects such as tablets, infotainment systems and embedded projects. The 800 x 480 display connects via an adapter board which…
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I made a KiCad PCB template for a Raspberry Pi HAT and was encouraged by an Element14 user to share it here! The layout has the correct outline, mounting hole locations, and GPIO connector placement to mate snugly with the Raspberry Pi 3 or Pi Zero. Here's a link to the template on Dropbox!… (Show more)
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Achievement of high efficiency, low power loss, and real-time response are major challenges in an automated control process. Control processes are often error-prone due to external factors such as abnormal input power, variable temperature, load, and pressure. In a real-time environment, the process must not oscillate for any external forces.… (Show more)
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When I moved in to a flat with storage heaters late 2014 I quickly realised I needed to do something since the systems are too unsofisticated. Very soon I developed a system running python on Linux to operate the radiators via an arduino and 12V relays (hacking into the radiators). Using the BBC forecast for my post code to work out the demand.… (Show more)
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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 recognition using a camera. To create a complete project on Face Recognition, we must work on 3 very distinct phases:Face detection and data… (Show more)
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This project demonstrates how to implement a PID based DC motor controller using Raspberry Pi. DC motor controller program is developed using Python. It consists of a GUI, RPM measuring, error detector, PID controller functions, and PWM generation function. The PID based closed-loop DC motor control system is one that determines a difference in… (Show more)
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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 recognition using a camera. To create a complete project on Face Recognition, we must work on 3 very distinct phases:Face detection and data… (Show more)
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Amazingly, the Raspberry Pi booting from a USB device is a huge point of controversy. A great deal many people believe that you still require the SDCard to be able to do it. This is definitely no longer the case, especially with the Raspberry Pi 3. So even though with the Pi Desktop you're going to be connecting a Solid State Drive via a SATA to…
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Tl;Dr - Zymbit are creating RPi modules that let you drop-in some serious cryptographic weight and security features, in order to help better protect RPi's that need it. A first view has found zymbit's Zymkey 4i to be: slick on the website, light on the documentation, but easily operational and heavy on the initial feature offering.   Let's be… (Show more)
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