In this workshop we will discuss the concept of Open Technology and technological innovations of recent years which have greatly changed the way we think about the development of a technology. Open Source and Open Hardware will be the two main themes
In all programming languages, data structure models are an important element for managing advanced programming. So it’s very important to be familiar with them and how to use them. Graphs are a very important data structure. Python does not have a primitive data structure to handle the graphs, so it is necessary to implement it. In this article you will see what are the graphs, their features, and how to implement some useful features for managing and manipulating the data inside
]In this article you will see one of Orange Pi’s: the Orange Pi+2 board. This card is part of all Raspberry Pi-compatible boards that vary for some technical features (generally enhanced) compared to the corresponding original Raspberry board
In this article, you will see in detail some of its features such as the graph degree and the degree sequence.
This article will start with a general overview to further deepen and analyze the serial communication in detail.
Secure Shell, or better known as SSH, is a network protocol that runs on a computer. Raspberry Pi also offers this opportunity. By enabling the SSH service on it, it will be possible from any PC (even from mobile) that is connected to the network, access any Raspberry Pi and execute any command.
Ultrasound imaging has recently found space in many applications. In this article we will see how some makers are trying out new projects to make this technology reachable by using low-cost and opensource materials. One of these is the Murgen project
You often have a webcam and would like to use it on your Raspberry Pi. In this article you will see how to install a generic webcam on your Raspberry Pi and how to take photos. Everything is much simpler than you think.
There are many 3D printing projects available on the web, but there is one in particular that really impressed me. The project we will discuss today allows you to print all the structural components of a spectroscope at home and then adapt the lenses and the mechanical parts (for the movement mechanisms) obtaining an instrument to use at home, perhaps connecting it to a telescope
There are many projects published on the Internet that use the Raspberry Pi boards in communication with other devices. This is to enhance these boards by exploiting their high adaptability and ease of setting up communications with different protocols. In this article you will see a recent project in which, using a simple Kindle device available at home, it is possible to create an ultraportable laptop at really cheap prices. This project was called precisely Kindleberry.