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EVE Alpha - Raspberry Pi wireless development hardware by Ciseco

EVE Alpha - Raspberry Pi wireless development hardware by Ciseco
Eve is a plug in board for the Raspberry Pi mini computer A hub that connects your wireless devices to each other and the web.This is development hardware, we need your help to accelerate development of freely downloadable software.EVE is something YOU own not a service you rent. The Raspberry Pi EVE board is the reference hardware for the IoT Toolkit gateway ( It's work in progress, but will be available for general use soon. There will be software development on EVE. The guys behind OpenRemote which is a software integration platform for residential and commercial building automation have code that will already run on the Pi. EmonCMS which is by the guys at Open Energy Monitor will run on a Pi, John is looking at getting our sensors to log to it. We want you to join our mission to try and connect everything you own or may own in the future – regardless of who made them in the first place. EVE...Yes...Has the postman been?....

Raspberry-Pi Note utilisateur: / 5 Mis à jour le lundi 19 novembre 2012 Écrit par Jean-Pierre Une semaine d’articles consacrés à toutes les choses que l’on peut faire avec cet ordinateur à 30€. Les articles seront comme toujours simples et accessibles à tous, pas forcement orientés domotique mais plutôt destinés à toucher un plus large publique. - , la semaine commencera par une utilisation du Raspberry-pi en tant que PC bureautique - , nous l’utiliserons en Media Center avec XBMC - , j’aborderais la programmation pour les enfants et les plus grands - il sera configuré en serveur pour héberger un mini site web ou une interface domotique perso - nous le programmerons en Python pour piloter le Bus d’entrée/sortie et les GPIO…. Toutes les démos de ces articles seront visibles en Live , lors d‘un atelier Raspberry-pi le dans le cadre des 20 ans de Farnell France. Que ceux qui sont en région Lyonnaise n’hésitent pas à venir nous voir. Installation du système et premier démarrage Installation de XBMC en image

Hacking the Raspberry Pi: Wearable computer and software defined radio | bmillerjacobson This marks my first real foray into actually sharing the stuff I work on with the internet. Lately people have been telling me I ought to blog about some of what I’ve been doing, so I’ve decided to go for it. With that out of the way, onwards to the things you may have been linked here for. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working on a wearable computer. It runs on an unmodified pi. The case was built using the battery box’s case and a plastic project enclosure with a metal lid. The head mounted display is a Nyxio Venture, chosen for no reason besides it being cheap and having a composite input. The software side is currently uninteresting, and is basically just Raspbian Wheezy with some very minor interface customizations. Expect more about this in the future. On another note, this weekend I attended Rochester, NY’s first Random Hacks of Kindness event. Expect much more about this as well. Like this: Like Loading...

Streaming Audio | KNX/EIB Logic Machine II Amati.linea Streaming Player – get inspiration from invisible, lossless music Amati.line = High grade components, High-end engineering attitude, High efficiency Invisible concept Music device embedded to wall boxes, no wiresDIN rail mountableTiny design 52x90x51 mm Music sources supported in-box UpnP serverDLNA serverAirPlay senderFTP, NFS, HTTP serversInternet radioInternet music servicesPlayback from USB storage BMS ready solution KNXnet/IP on-boardModbus RTU/TCP on-boardBacnet/IP High quality sound Up to 24 bit 192 kHzlosless FLAC support Other features 2 x 40W / 8 Ohms built-in amps (2-speakers)1 x analog output for subwoofer2 x USB on board for Music storageEasy operation using iPhone / iPod / iPad app, Android compatible appsWEB-based visualization and built-in player Technical specification Application example Used functionality Play/stream music content on Streaming player from the following: NAS/FTP/LaptopHTTP server, Internet radioiPhone, iPadUSB Flash (on specific Streaming Player) Playlists

Home | OpenEnergyMonitor EVE Alpha : EVErything connected Un nouveau projet Kickstarter s’est bien terminé. Ciseco , l’entreprise britannique qui a sollicité la communauté de financement participatif a remporté son pari et peut maintenant terminer son projet EVE. EVE est une solution matérielle autour du Raspberry Pi. Son concepteur parle de EVE comme étant « une tentative sérieuse qui a pour but de vous permettre contrôler réellement toutes les choses autour de vous, facilement, sans fil, et de n’importe où. » De belles promesses pour un programme open source. Voici EVE: Qu’est-ce que promet ce projet? EVE Alpha est une module additionnel pour le Raspberry Pi permettant de le rendre compatible avec une multitude de protocoles sans fil. EVE Alpha est une conception matérielle ouverte, couplé avec un logiciel open source. Son concepteur le présente comme ayant tout simplement : « le potentiel de devenir une plaque tournante universelle de la domotique… et bien plus encore. » Wi-fi ZigBee Home easy (Chacon,..) Bluetooth Z-Wave EnOcean

Asterisk for Raspberry Pi 14 : Surveiller les performances du rpi depuis le web Ce post est le quatorzième (mazette, déjà !) d’une liste de tutoriels sur le raspberry PI, cliquez ici pour accéder au sommaire ! C’est bien beau de traficoter tout un tas de truc avec notre raspberry PI ! Mais celui ci étant une frêle petite bébête, il peut être intéressant de le contrôler un peu question performances. EDIT : Il semble que le projet ai été abandonné, les liens de téléchargements ne sont plus proposés.Si vous souhaitez installer du monitoring, je vous conseille d’installer Yana-server qui le permet et qui sera très utilisé dans la suite des tutos. Et ça tombe bien, il existe une interface web mimi comme tout justement faite pour ça !! RaspControl vous permettra de monitorer de nombreuses infos sur l’état de santé de votre raspberry pi,n’importe quand et n’importe ou. Ce petit logiciel en PHP est “standalone” c’est à dire qu’il peux tourner sans que vous ayez au préalable installé un serveur web. Installation Tenté par raspcontrol ? sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Par

Hi-Fi 2 Multi-Room Audio Hi-Fi 2 Remote Input Module (RIM) Hi-Fi 2 is a built-in system that uses a Remote Input Module (RIM, shown at right), so music can be located anywhere instead of in an audio rack. A maximum of 8 RIM's may be installed with a Hi-Fi 2 system. Bluetooth RIMs exist so you can wirelessly play streaming or stored music from your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet, notebook computer, etc. RIM's can be located throughout the house to pick up music from your home theater, kitchen TV, computer, personal music player, Media Center, CD player - any source with an audio output. Place RIM's in rooms that will have music sources that you wish to share. HAI by Leviton offers two Hi-Fi by HAI 4 foot retractable cables to help you connect your audio sources to a RIM. The color of the RIM may be changed to complement the interior décor. RIM's feature a routed IR emitter jack and include a flasher to allow you to use the remote of your source equipment in any room that has a VSC.

Grove - Electricity Sensor Introduction The Electricity sensor module is a member of Grove. It is based on the TA12-200 current transformer which can transform the large AC into small amplitude. You can use it to test large alternating current up to 5A. Model:SEN23931P Features Grove compatible interface Maximum 5A input High accuracy Small size Application Ideas Alternating current measurment Device condition monitoring Specification Key Specification Electronic Characterstics Usage The following sketch demonstrates a simple application of measuring the amplitude of the alternating voltage.The SIG pin will output a alternating voltage based on the alternating current being measured. Connect the module to the analog A0 of Grove - Base boardPut the alternating current wire through the hole of the current transformer. Copy and paste code below to a new Arduino sketch. Upload the code, please click here if you do not know how to upload. Open the serial monitor, The results is as follows: Resources Support

Prizm: Home Hub by Frostdale Risks and challenges You’re probably wondering how we’re going to accomplish everything we’ve talked about. Well, we’ll tell you more or less where we’re at now and how we see the project coming along over the next few months. There are three main components to your Prizm network. First, your Prizm controller. Next, our mobile applications for iOS and Android make it easy for users to manage their connected devices and create scenarios to increase comfort and security, save energy, and more. To make everything work together, we have developed a powerful cloud platform. Overall, our team has a lot of experience in the design and manufacture of quality electronics. Finally, we’re confident that we’ll be able to get your reward package to you on schedule. Learn about accountability on Kickstarter

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