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Category: BeagleBone Black

Robotics | IoT

BB-8 Uses Omniwheels and Beaglebone for Self-Balancing Head

Create your very own full-size Star Wars BB-8 self-balancing robot using these instructions.
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3D Printing a Robust Cubesat for Space-Bound Dev Boards

We talk to Craig Kief and Brian Zufelt from COSMIAC about their plans not just to fly the Raspberry Pi into orbit, but to 3D print the satellite that’s going to take it there.
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Homemade X-Ray Inspector Reveals PCB Secrets

Hardware hacker John McMaster built his own x-ray machine in order to get a closer look at the details of printed circuit boards.
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New Project: Tracking Planes with RTL-SDR

Software-defined radios (SDR) are gaining in popularity, and it’s not hard to see why — using them, your computer can tune into in an enormous range of frequencies, including FM radio, unencrypted police and fire bands, aircraft transponders, and in …

Announcing the New Beaglebone Green

We talk to Jason Krinder about the new Beaglebone board, the Beaglebone Green from Seeed Studio.
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Next Thing Co. Releases “World’s First” $9 Computer

Cheaper and more powerful than Raspberry Pi, “Chip” by Next Thing Co. could be the next revolution in single-board computing.
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New Project: Dirty Dish Detector

A tidy sink is a happy sink. Combine a webcam with real-time computer vision software OpenCV to automate messages to your makerspace whenever dishes pile up.Read more on MAKE

New Project: Easily Configure Wi-fi for the BeagleBone Black

Configure your BeagleBone Black (or other Linux SBC) to automatically connect with a wireless network by following these few simple steps.Read more on MAKE

New Project: Internet Speedometer

Track the speed of all the bits and bytes that pass over your local area network and transform that data into blinking tricolor LEDs, powered by the BeagleBone Black.Read more on MAKE