Using Ninjutsu Hand Signs to Unlock a Safe #WearableWednesday

If you’re into Naruto then you know exactly why this is one of the most amazing wearable projects ever! via Ikhsan I on hackster.io Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who seeks recognition from his peers and dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. One of the most important parts in Naruto... Read more

Raspberry Pi Pico – Vertical innovation

Our Chief Operating Officer and Hardware Lead James Adams talked to The MagPi Magazine about building Raspberry Pi’s first microcontroller platform. On 21 January we launched the $4 Raspberry Pi Pico. As I write, we’ve taken orders for nearly a million units, and are working hard to ramp production of both the Pico board itself and the chip that powers it, the Raspberry Pi RP2040. RP2040 at the heart of... Read more

Determining a Plant’s Health with TinyML

The brain of this project is the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense, and it was chosen for several reasons. First, it has a rich set of powerful sensors, including a 9DoF IMU, APDS-9960 (color, gesture, proximity, and brightness), microphone, and a temperature/humidity/pressure sensor combo. In order to move the board around the plant’s leaf and […] The post Determining a Plant’s Health with TinyML appeared first on Open Electronics. The... Read more

Please welcome the Arduino IDE 2.0 (with debugger)

While the Arduino IDE provides a simple and clear interface that is ideal for novice users, the more advanced users often report that the editing capabilities are a bit limited compared to modern editors. This includes features like code indentation, block folding, auto-closing brackets, regular expression search and replace, comment toggling. In addition to this, many […] The post Please welcome the Arduino IDE 2.0 (with debugger) appeared first on Open... Read more

How to program a Sony Spresense using CircuitPython webinar April 8th #CircuitPython #Spresense #Sony @SonyDevWorld

A Sony “How to Program a Microcontroller Using CircuitPython” webinar: We’re continuing our series of hands-on webinars for another topic about the Spresense microcontroller board. This time we’ll give you an introduction for getting started with CircuitPython to program Spresense. If you’re already familiar with Python, you’ll recognize the similarities in the set-up and development. The ability of programming Spresense using Python is now added alongside the standard C-based Spresense SDK and the... Read more

Monitor your Raspberry Pi with Grafana Cloud

You may have heard of Grafana, a time-series dashboarding tool that helps you discover what[he]#039[/he]s going on in your environment. People from hobbyists to enterprise professionals like to use it for visualizations because it is open source and can accept data from myriad sources. This article describes how to use it to monitor your Raspberry Pi as an example of Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring. Read more

Farnell adds Rohde & Schwarz’s source measurement units for semiconductor and wireless comms testing

Source measurement units from Rohde & Schwarz for semiconductor and wireless communications testing in the NGU series are now available from Farnell. They are designed for semiconductor and wireless communications testing for battery power devices (mobile phones, tablets and IoT devices). Farnell now offers the R&S NGU201 and R&S NGU401 for testing wireless communications and semiconductor testing, respectively. The … This story continues at Farnell adds Rohde & Schwarz’s source measurement units for semiconductor... Read more