Tencent Offers Open-Source System for IoT Innovation

Tencent announced that it is allowing developers to use an open-source operating system to create an internet-of-things (IoT) projects that will allow Tencent to improve the performance of its IoT solutions and strengthen its foothold in the sector. Called “TencentOS tiny,” the operating system is lighter, requires fewer resources, and uses less energy compared with other major systems, according to a Tencent release. The company also said it hopes TencentOS... Read more

IONOPI_RTC MODULE I/O PI WITH RTC

Iono Pi RTC an extremely versatile Input/Output module, based on Raspberry Pi, with an RTC (Real Time Clock) clock, a series of communication interfaces able of communicating with industrial automation systems. It consists of the Iono Pi board with RTC, the Raspberry Pi and the compatible “DIN-bar” container. It features several digital input and output […] Read more

Build your own Raspberry Pi Twitch Bot #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

via PiMyLifeUpThe bot we will be showing you how to write is rather simple in nature but can be adapted to being quite a powerful and versatile bot. The basics we will be explaining and showing you how to write is a simple bot that will connect into Twitch’s IRC (Internet Relay Chat) chat. Once connected the bot will continually receive all messages and scan for any that matches our... Read more

Automate Testing of Component Fatigue Life with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

from Kyelo Torres via hackaday.ioImagine having to run a life cycle test by hand! Boring! Don’t worry, this machine can automate that processes and all it takes is $150. I interned at a company that needed me to test the fatigue life of a component. Instead of testing the component by hand, I decided to make a machine that would automate the process for me!See project!Each Friday is PiDay here... Read more

Configure and read out the Raspberry Pi gas sensor (MQ-X)

via Raspberry Pi TutorialsSensors are necessary to detect the components of the air. These are used e.g. in smoke detectors. However, instructions for using these gas sensors at the Raspberry Pi are rare, which is why in this tutorial the general use of such MQ modules at the Raspberry Pi is shown. Thus, e.g. smoke detectors or air quality testers can be built. How to configure any MQ sensor and... Read more

Interactive Wind Chimes @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Rad build + tutorial from instructables user frazermerrick.Perpetual Chimes is a set of augmented wind chimes that offer an escapist experience where your collaboration composes the soundscape. Since there is no wind indoors, the chimes require audience interaction to gently tap or waft them and encourage/nurture the hidden sounds within – triggering sounds as the chimes strike one another. Since the chimes make little acoustic noise – essentially they’re broken... Read more