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S.A.R.A.H.

S.A.R.A.H.

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Raspberry Pi micro arcade machine - Intro The Raspberry Pi. Love it, hate it, but you'll have a hard time denying the fact that adding an EUR35 1GHz embedded machine to the arsenal of the average hobbyist is a good thing. Recently, I got one of the Pi's myself exactly because of that reason: it's always useful to expand your toolset with something powerful and cheap. I didn't get it for a specific reason other than the fact I may have to use it somewhere in the future and it would be fun to play with it. To make a long story short: Ofcourse I couldn't just be satisfied by just hooking it up to a TV and installing RaspBMC and playing some movies... so I ended up spending quit a lot more time than I originally envisioned.

the great ubuntu NAS project, continued… In my last “great ubuntu NAS project” post, I explained how to get an ubuntu server OS up and running with the absolute basics. Now let’s get this thing customized. I personally wanted to add the following to my rig: IVONA 4.0 Text-To- Speech HQ Did you know that your mobile can speak more than 25 languages? *** Now with a 2 weeks FREE trial for all voices ! *** Get the most natural sounding voices for messages, navigation directions, translations, and more. Classic Text To Speech Engine from SVOX, in combination with our 40+ male/female voices portfolio of 25+ languages, allows you to read aloud texts from your e-book, navigation, translation and other apps. When combined with TTS-enabled apps, our voices can:- give directions, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while you're driving - read a notification containing the caller / sender's name, and read the content of an incoming call / sms / mms / email- read aloud your favorite e-books or pdf documents- help you learn by reading aloud the correct pronunciation

Arduino LCD avec seulement 3 broches It’s clear that I’ll have to connect an Ethernet Shield, an RFID reader, a keypad and an LCD display to the Arduino, so it’s essential that I make the best use of the available pins. I came across this article which explains how to connect an LCD to the Arduino using the 74HC595 8 Bit Shift Register using only 3 pins. The LCD I’ll be using is a basic black/white 16×2 unit from Proto-PIC. Here’s the datasheet. Here is the little sketch based on the code from the article; I’ve changed it slightly. the great ubuntu NAS project Here we go folks. Complete, yet half-baked documentation on how to setup your very own home NAS using free Linux software. I know this has been written about before, and in fact I have pulled from many fine sources (see my acknowledgement below). This is documented here mainly so I don’t forget how I did this.

IVONA Céline French beta SMS Text Messaging from your PC, Mac, or Tablet, using your CURRENT Android phone number. Texting done better!Featured in Time Magazine's "Best 50 Android Apps of 2013": ★ Send & Receive SMS text messages on your computer or tablet

Synth In a Box Synth In a Box Details Published on Friday, 13 January 2012 23:20 I have been conducting a series of music electronics workshops in conjunction with Switched On, the awesome Austin synthesizer shop. In the November 2011 workshop we build a new mini synthesizer that I designed. ABC - Arduino Connexions de base - PighiXXX ABC – Arduino Basic Connections Just about everything you every wanted to know about how interface your Arduino to a wide selection of input and output devices! All cards are now divided in sets (3 cards each). For every card there’s a revision number. Enjoy!

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