Build a mini M.A.R.S robotic rover with this month Raspberry Pi MagPi magazine #143
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by Julian Horsey
2w ago
The latest official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi issue, #143, is now available, and it is packed with exciting Raspberry Pi robotics projects and innovative electronics. This edition features a M.A.R.S robotic rover that mimics the functionality of its counterpart on the red planet. The Robot Explorer section is brimming with robot kits, components, and sensors, […] The post Build a mini M.A.R.S robotic rover with this month Raspberry Pi MagPi magazine #143 appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Innovative Smart Spice Box makes cooking and mixing spices easy
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by Julian Horsey
3w ago
Cooking can be a daunting task for many, especially when faced with numerous ingredients and complex recipes. To address this challenge, Purdue University students Riddhi Gupta and Aarav Garg have developed the Smart Spice Box, an innovative kitchen gadget designed to simplify the cooking process and make it more enjoyable for everyone. Powered by Arduino […] The post Innovative Smart Spice Box makes cooking and mixing spices easy appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Raspberry Pi mini PC equipped with 8 neural processors
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
In a remarkable feat of DIY engineering, Jeff Geerling has modified a Raspberry Pi 5 transforming it into a mini PC powerhouse, boasting an impressive 55 TOPS (Tera Operations Per Second) of AI computing power. This interesting project showcases the potential of leveraging multiple neural processors to enhance the capabilities of compact, single-board computers. However, […] The post Raspberry Pi mini PC equipped with 8 neural processors appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Amazing AI LEGO PixelArt robot project
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
If you are searching for new LEGO projects or inspiration the LEGO Pixelbot 3000 is a fantastic LEGO-based AI picture making machine that harnesses the power of advanced AI technology to transform any subject into stunning pixel art. This innovative project showcases the seamless integration of mechanical and software engineering, allowing the precise placement of […] The post Amazing AI LEGO PixelArt robot project appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Awesome DIY Raspberry Pi Satellite Hacking Cyberdeck version 2.0
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
If you are searching for projects to keep you busy over the next few weekends you might be interested in this DIY satellite hacking cyber deck which is powered by a Raspberry Pi mini PC. This portable computer system, carefully engineered and encased within a rugged Pelican case, has been created by YouTuber “saveitforparts” and […] The post Awesome DIY Raspberry Pi Satellite Hacking Cyberdeck version 2.0 appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Awesome robotic foosball table features AI, Vision and Machine Learning
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
In a remarkable feat of engineering, Xander Naumenko otherwise known as YouTuber From Scratch has created an fantastic autonomous robotic foosball table designed to challenge and compete with human players. This awesome project tackled significant hurdles in the fields of robotics, vision systems, and software development, resulting in a robot capable of advanced ball control, […] The post Awesome robotic foosball table features AI, Vision and Machine Learning appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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How to track the location history of your Arduino projects
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
In today’s world, asset tracking is increasingly important across multiple fields, such as logistics, conservation, and personal hobbies. Tracking and visualizing the movement of assets in real-time can be highly beneficial. The Arduino Cloud’s Advanced Map widget is a powerful tool designed for this purpose, offering enhanced capabilities for tracking and visualizing the location history […] The post How to track the location history of your Arduino projects appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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How to make a Raspberry Pi Pico Rain Gauge to monitor the weather
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
Explaining Computers  has created a fantastic project to keep you busy this weekend. Providing a detailed guide on constructing a digital rain gauge using a Raspberry Pi Pico. The project involves building a tipping bucket mechanism to measure rainfall, utilizing a read switch and a magnet to detect bucket tips. The guide includes steps for […] The post How to make a Raspberry Pi Pico Rain Gauge to monitor the weather appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Building a DIY 256-Core RISC-V computer
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by Julian Horsey
1M ago
If you’re interested in building your very own 256-Core RISC-V supercomputer, you might find this project video intriguing. It details the ambitious method of creating a 256-core RISC-V supercomputer using interconnected microcontrollers. The video takes you through the intricacies of design, assembly, and troubleshooting, highlighting the challenges encountered and the ingenious solutions devised along the […] The post Building a DIY 256-Core RISC-V computer appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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Arduino Cloud now supports Hey Google and Google Home
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by Julian Horsey
2M ago
If you are planning on building any Arduino home automation projects you might be interested to know that the official Arduino team have announced that the  Arduino Cloud now supports Google Home. The integration of Google Home with Arduino Cloud offers a fantastic opportunity for hobbyists, developers and Arduino enthusiasts to create a wide variety […] The post Arduino Cloud now supports Hey Google and Google Home appeared first on Geeky Gadgets ..read more
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