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OpenSmartHub/OpenSmartHub. Tutorial: Build your own Google TV Using RaspberryPi, NodeJS and Socket.io. Codementor Donald Derek is a conference speaker, an open-source advocate, a maker and an activist. He organizes, facilitates, and mentors startup events, and has also personally won several awards for his projects, including n! Mp, a SoundCloud + Jamendo Music player with a web mobile remote app, and meeneeme, a Tamagotchi game based on your Foursquare checkins. He is currently a researcher at the MIT Media Lab – Responsive Environments.

Donald has also created the RaspberryPi-Tv, in which he shares with us a tutorial on how to build your own Google TV with it. This article was originally posted at his blog. Please note that this project is not intended to replicate an actual GoogleTV, but it’s simply a proof of concept using modern web technologies. This workshop was given at Lamba Labs Beirut First Hackerspace after a series of lightning talks check out the presentation here If you'd like to bypass the tutorial and jump into the fun stuff, you can always fork the code on Github Hardware: 25 fun things to do with a Raspberry Pi. Raspberry Pi, the bargain micro PC released earlier this year, has fertilised the imaginations of the public, bringing with it a boom in inventive approaches to computing not seen since the good old days of 8-bit. Indeed, a veritable golden age of computers is once again upon us, so with that in mind here are our top 25 fun things you can do with your Raspberry Pi.

If you're new to Pi, check out our guide for getting started with your new piece of kit first, but bookmark this page and come back. Editor's note, 28 July 2014: This guide was written back in 2012 with the original Pi in mind, not the new, sleeker Model B+, but all of these tips are still relevant, with minimal tweaking. 1. Mod My Pi Mod My Pi do a great range of colourful cases, using state of the art injection moulding techniques, and they're not a bad price either. 2. Fancy making your own case? 3. Now your Pi is in a cool looking case, hook it up to your TV and enjoy a mini-media experience with OpenELEC. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. NetPi - Raspberry Pi Network Analyzer - Blame The Network. NOTICE: Fix action for Pi 2 touchscreen issues is as follows: 1.

On the rpi, remove the lines in the file /etc/modules about ads7846_device. 2. Add this line into /boot/config.txt:dtoverlay=ads7846,cs=1, penirq=17, speed=500000, swapxy, pmax=255, xohms=100, xmin=200, xmax=3900, ymin=200, ymax=3900 3. Reboot the raspberry pi, and the screen should work! 4. Special thanks to enonomyous. Introduction to NetPi Video: Another overview video of it’s basic functions can be found down towards the bottom of this page. [3-38 Update] Pi 2 board image released. . [3-21 Update] Dropbox Suspended the .img file due to excessive traffic thanks to LifeHacker/Twitter. What is NetPi? NetPi started as a joke with my coworkers who gave me hell for always mentioning a custom Raspberry Pi as a solution to any problem that would arise.

Current Features and Capabilities Contribute Contribute on GitHub: Current Build Latest Mods Bug Fixes To Do Download (1.5GB – Use 7zip to uncompress) Raspberry Automation Project | EmbeddedSpecialist. PrivateEyePi – a DIY home alarm system. A big thank you to Recantha for spotting this one: PrivateEyePi is a project that went straight on my “I MUST make one of these” list when I saw it. Right now, that list includes an aerial Pi and camera board with the IR filter removed to take pictures of Iron Age sites in inaccessible bits of Cornish moorland; an Airplay-alike MagicPlay receiver; a garden irrigator and an Ambilight clone for the TV.

I need a holiday so I can work on all this stuff – there just aren’t enough hours in the day. PrivateEyePi is an open, configurable, automatable home alarm system that you can build and program yourself. Its maker (identified only as “Gadjet Nut”) has documented the whole system minutely and provides parts lists and pricing; wiring schematics; and all the code you’ll need. You can use motion detectors, or switches attached to doors, or a mixture of the two. Click on the images to visit the PrivateEyePi project, and let us know if you decide to hack your own alarm system together. Raspberry Pi | An ARM GNU/Linux box for $25. Take a byte! 40+ Cool Ideas for your Raspberry PI Project | PingBin. (Updated) Fan Box w/ Python Script to control temp!