Monitor your Raspberry Pi with Grafana Cloud

You may have heard of Grafana, a time-series dashboarding tool that helps you discover what’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

Antennino on Dashboard ThingsBoard

Let’s build the Dashboard to optimally manage our network of IoT Antennino devices connected through the dedicated Gateway module. After having described the hardware gateway for the Antennino modules and having combined it with a Dashboard based on the ThingsBoard software ideally, with which to govern a network for the IoT, in this article we […] The post Antennino on Dashboard ThingsBoard appeared first on Open Electronics. The author is... Read more

Add HDMI video to an Amiga with a Raspberry Pi Zero #Amiga #RaspberryPi #VintageComputing

The Amiga Love Twitter feed posts about this Raspberry Pi Zero-based video card for vintage Amiga computers with video slots (above in an Amiga 2000). The information links to this recent GitHub repo by user Bloodmosher. A software image for the Pi Zero is included. The project above builds on the c0pperdragon Amiga-Digital-Video project which uses a Pi Zero to add HDMI video to Amiga 500 machines (below). These are... Read more

Build a home thermostat with a Raspberry Pi

My wife and I moved into a new home in October 2020. As soon as it started getting cold, we realized some shortcomings of the home’s older heating system (including one heating zone that was always on). We had Nest thermostats in our previous home, and the current setup was not nearly as convenient. There are multiple thermostats in our house, and some had programmed heating schedules, others had different... Read more

Build a home thermostat with a Raspberry Pi

My wife and I moved into a new home in October 2020. As soon as it started getting cold, we realized some shortcomings of the home’s older heating system (including one heating zone that was always on). We had Nest thermostats in our previous home, and the current setup was not nearly as convenient. There are multiple thermostats in our house, and some had programmed heating schedules, others had different... Read more

How your young people can create with tech for Coolest Projects 2021

In our free Coolest Projects online showcase, we invite a worldwide community of young people to come together and celebrate what they’ve built with technology. For this year’s showcase, we’ve already got young tech creators from more than 35 countries registered, including from India, Ireland, UK, USA, Australia, Serbia, Japan, and Syria! Register to become part of the global Coolest Projects community Everyone up to age 18 can register for... Read more

How to run the Raspberry Pi Os in a virtual machine with Qemu and Kvm

Although many operating system are available for the Raspberry Pi, the official one is the Raspberry Pi Os. The operating system is made to run for the arm architecture, and can be easily installed on the SD card which will be used as the main Raspberry Pi storage device. Sometimes we may want to perform some tests or try some applications without having a physical Raspberry Pi machine; in this... Read more

Adafruit Weekly Editorial Round-Up: Raspberry Pi Turns 9, NPR radio with an Adafruit PyPortal and CircuitPython, …

ADAFRUIT WEEKLY EDITORIAL ROUND-UP We’ve got so much happening here at Adafruit that it’s not always easy to keep up! Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Each week we’ll be posting a handy round-up of what we’ve been up to, ranging from learn guides to blog articles, videos, and more. BLOG Raspberry Pi turns 9 this year! Although we can’t Jam this year, we can get together virtually to make... Read more