Author Archives: e8johan
The people behind lowpowerlab has come up with a nice solution to switching your Raspeberry Pi on and off. Using a microcontroller and letting it communicate with the Pi over GPIO, the power supply is kept in sync with the … Continue reading
The great Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners by Lisa Watts and Mike Wharton from 1983 is available online. This book is a simple, step-by-step guide to learning to program in machine code. Machine code is the code in which … Continue reading
Feeling limited by the Arduino IDE? What to avoid writing linked scripts by hand? Try Ino. Ino may replace Arduino IDE UI if you prefer to work with command line and an editor of your choice or if you want … Continue reading
The Raspberry Pi Foundation just announced the availability of the long awaited camera board. The camera boards are now available for order! You can buy one fromRS Components or from Premier Farnell/Element14. We’ve been very grateful for your patience as we’ve tweaked … Continue reading
Or, you can read up on Wikipedia.
Oldest CES news of the year, but I’m just very happy to hear that the next generation of Lego MindStorm will run Linux!
Adafruit is a great resource for may electronic projects. One of my favorite parts is their focus on wearable electronics. Gizmos with LEDs and speakers have been around for a while. You can even get them from Thinkgeek. However, capacitive … Continue reading
FPGAs are a fascinating piece of technology. Gaming can also fascinate. Merging the two in a retro recreation of a the classical NES means that I have to write about it. Ludde (from Gothenburg, just as myself) built a NES … Continue reading