Using Photoresistors with a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From Raspberry Pi Tutorials: To use, for example, a weather station, it is important to know the brightness. With a Raspberry Pi light sensor (photoresistor/brightness sensor), it is very easy to determine a value, which can say, for example, if it is day, twilight or night. In turn, projects could be implemented to control the (exterior) lights, which turn on automatically after a certain level of darkness. In this tutorial,... Read more

Build Your Own Smile Detector @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

via Element 14 Community For this tutorial, we’re going to build a facial recognition camera that can detect if someone is smiling (or not). Here’s what you will need: Raspberry Pi (any model 3, 3+, Zero, etc). Raspberry Pi Camera Module (we recommend this one). Micro SD card (we recommend at least 8Gb). Micro USB to USB cable. See full project breakdown here! Each Friday is PiDay here at Adafruit!... Read more

Raspberry Pi Security-Camera Wiki @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Great project and write-up from mpechner. Welcome to the Security-Camera wiki! After an odd incident at the house I decided on the need for a security camera. But I do not trust these companies not to leak passwords or have the photos leak. I don’t walk around naked, not that ANYONE wants to see that, but I’m not 100% covered either. I figure with a PIR sensor, a Raspbery Pi... Read more

Using Acoustic Levitation for Applications Going Way Beyond Novelty

We’ve all seen acoustic levitation, it’s one of the scientific novelties of our age and a regular on the circuit of really impressive physical demonstrations of science to the public. The sight of arrays of ultrasonic speakers causing small objects and beads of liquid to float in mid-air without any suspension is magical, captivating people of all ages. Thus a lecture at Hackaday Belgrade on the subject from Asier Marzo,... Read more

The rise of the IoT and artificial intelligence in industry [Q&A]

While the consumer IoT has captured the imagination with smart appliances and devices, the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a rapidly growing market. According to Accenture, the IIoT market could add $14.2 trillion to the global economy by 2030. IIoT is also breathing new life into industries that are in great need of digital transformation, such as manufacturing, oil and gas, and more. As a result, artificial intelligence and... Read more

This robot uses AI to find Waldo, thereby ruining Where’s Waldo

If you’re totally stumped on a page of Where’s Waldo and ready to file a missing persons report, you’re in luck. Now there’s a robot called There’s Waldo that’ll find him for you, complete with a silicone hand that points him out. Built by creative agency Redpepper, There’s Waldo zeroes in and finds Waldo with a sniper-like accuracy. The metal robotic arm is a Raspberry Pi-controlled uArm Swift Pro which... Read more

IDC2018IOT Cloth Hanger

the IOT cloth hanger will make your closet smarter and give you online statistics on the clothes inside has 3 main feature:when you want to choose what to wear, you can press on the color you feel like wearing today and the IOT clothes hangers with matching colors will light up. when shopping …By: matanh4 Read more