YouTube Drone project: Build with Camera Module and SixFab LTE shield

This YouTube Drone project broadcasts footage over a cellular data connection direct to YouTube. You use a Raspberry Pi, Camera Module and SixFab LTE shield with a drone kit to build the working device. The YouTube Drone is a great project because it incorporates so many different Raspberry Pi features: video recording, flight control (either RC or automated), YouTube integration, and data network access. It s also fundamentally inspiring. Hooking... Read more

Detection Area Masking in motionEyeOS on the Raspberry Pi

Now that I ve got a few motionEyeOS cameras working around the house I ve made a few tweaks to optimise the events they capture. They are both in areas that capture movement from plants and animals and this motion can create lots of unnecessary images. In order to reduce these false positives you can create a mask which tells motionEyeOS to ignore movement in certain areas of the image.... Read more

Official Launch Of The Asus Tinker Board

Earlier this year, a new single board computer was announced, and subsequently made its way onto the market. The Tinker Board was a little different from the rest of the crop of Raspberry Pi lookalikes, it didn t come from a no-name company or a crowdfunding site, instead it came from a trusted name, Asus. As a result, it is a very high quality piece of hardware, upon which we... Read more

How to overclock the Raspberry Pi 3 (and the Raspberry Pi 2)

Why overclock a Raspberry Pi ?Raspberry Pi has greatly improved processor power compared to previous models. Raspberry Pi may still be insufficient for some uses.You will be able to further improve its performance vy overclock of the raspberry.And its allow the processor to reach frequencies of . GHz and compared to only . GHz by default.The power recovered by such of useful example, when it comes to improving the fluidity... Read more

The Raspberry Pi As An IR To WiFi Bridge

[Jason] has a Sonos home sound system, with a bunch of speakers connected via WiFi. [Jason] also has a universal remote designed and manufactured in a universe where WiFi doesn’t exist. The Sonos can not be controlled via infrared. There’s an obvious problem here, but luckily tiny Linux computers with WiFi cost $10, and IR receivers cost $2. The result is an IR to WiFi bridge to control all those ‘smart’... Read more