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The Internet of Things (IoT) world grows on a daily basis despite the lack of standards. All IoT developments are still proprietary, but that is a story for another post. More developers are looking to get in the field to stay on top of tech trends. But with how fast the market moves, various restrictions and limitations can prevent developers from bringing their product to the masses.… Continue reading
Intel’s Euclid will make adding sensors to your robot child’s play.
At the Intel Developer Forum held this week, Intel unveiled a number of RealSense developer kits that make adding sensor functionality to DIY projects easy. The most exciting product to make its debut is Intel’s Euclid – a RealSense plug-and-play complete PC that adds sensor, communication, and computing capabilities to your robotic platforms in seconds.… Continue reading
Imagine being able to use Windows 10 on a Single Board Computer (SBC) right out of the box – that’s LattePanda. Makers at Latte, a Shanghai-based startup, were frustrated at the lack of tools available to makers looking to create Windows-based projects. That, despite what you are thinking, does have some relevance. Windows being the most popular consumer OS on the planet,… Continue reading
When the original Raspberry Pi Zero was released back in November of 2015, it became one of the most sought after SBCs to hit the market. So much so that the Raspberry Pi factory couldn’t keep up with the demand. And why not, the amount of hardware packed onto the $5 board is impressive to say the least and includes a Broadcom BCM2835 SoC (1GHz ARM11 CPU), 512MB of LPDDR2 SDRAM and a 40-pin GPIO header.
What the board didn’t have was a camera port, a popular feature found on every version of the Raspberry Pi, which was… Continue reading