How the Raspberry Pi Foundation is responding to the novel coronavirus (part 2)

It’s been a couple of weeks since I posted a blog about how the Raspberry Pi Foundation was responding to the novel coronavirus, and I thought it would be useful to share an update. Writing this has helped me reflect on just how much has changed in such a short space of time. Getting used to life in the lockdown Like most of the world, we’ve been getting used to... Read more

How to Run Kodi and Netflix on Raspberry Pi

Want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a media center so you can stream content to any compatible TV or monitor? Thanks to recent DRM (Digital Rights Management) updates, Kodi users now have access to more content than ever before – including Netflix. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to install Netflix on your Raspberry Pi using the Kodi media center. By the end of this tutorial you’ll have installed the... Read more

NEW GUIDE: CLUE Sensor Plotter in CircuitPython #CircuitPython #CLUE #AdafruitLearninGSystem @Adafruit

A new guide today in the Adafruit Learning System: CLUE Sensor Plotter in CircuitPythonThis project demonstrates plotting the CLUE’s wide variety of onboard sensors and the analogue input pads in CircuitPython 5 and above using the displayio library. A similar plotting program in C/Arduino from the Adafruit examples is shown alongside the CircuitPython one.The guide is extra detailed to provide information useful for both teachers and students to know about all the workings of... Read more

Introducing New STM32MP1 Microprocessor for Industrial IoT Improvement

  STM32MP1 is a new generation of MPU, released in 2019, with the main frequency of 650MHz. STM32MP1is compatible with the groundbreaking heterogeneous system architecture (HSA) and has the dual advantages of MPU and MCU. The new-generation STM32MP1 just released in February 2020, with a main frequency of 800MHz. The new-generation STM32MP1 adopts the Arm®Cortex®-A7 […] The post Introducing New STM32MP1 Microprocessor for Industrial IoT Improvement appeared first on Open... Read more

Arduino to host covid-19 conference tomorrow

Arduino is to host an on-line community conference on combating covid-19 tomorrow: Thursday 2nd April, at 17.00 CEST (16:00 BST). It will be open to “anyone currently using Arduino compatible devices within a project to design and manufacture ventilators, respirators or other devices to combat covid-19. Be they a doctor, an academic, a professional company, … This story continues at Arduino to host covid-19 conference tomorrow Or just coverage at... Read more

The Somatic Date Glove is a Wearable Keyboard and Mouse #WearableWednesday

From zackfreedman on instructables:It’s loaded with all the hardware to translate hand signs and motions into actions, like the somatic component of a spell in Dungeons and Dragons. on instructables and GitHub Every Wednesday is Wearable Wednesday here at Adafruit! We’re bringing you the blinkiest, most fashionable, innovative, and useful wearables from around the web and in our own original projects featuring our wearable Arduino-compatible platform, FLORA. Be sure to... Read more

Raspberry Pi video smart doorbell project

If you are looking for inspiration to keep yourself busy over the next few weeks, you may be interested in this video camera smart doorbell created using a Raspberry Pi mini PC. Details have been published over on the Hackster.io website and the project should take approximately four hours to complete and is tagged with […] ( …) The post Raspberry Pi video smart doorbell project appeared first on Geeky... Read more