Posts Tagged ‘BeagleBone Black’

Beaglebone Black music box project

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Brian's Beaglebone Black music box project:  I would like to thank Miero for his hard work on the linux I2S driver for Beaglebone Black's SOC without the driver this project would not exist. You can see the design in its enclosure here below and in the following video The design is...

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DirtyPCB BeagleQ

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

HouseOfBeck shared his DirtyPCB BeagleQ in the project log forum: The BeagleQ is a wifi enabled wireless intelligent bbq smoker controller based on the BeagleBone Black controller. This device is designed to control a fan connected to the smoker's input vent/damper. Using a temperature probe placed in the pit the controller can...

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GrrCON 2014: Home grown Linux

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

In this presentation from GrrCON 2014, author Dr. Phil Polstra discusses how to develop your own Linux distro. Phil has assembled his distro known as The Deck which is useful on the Beagleboard and Beaglebone Black boards. (more…)

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BeagleBone Black and MSP430 based Wireless Sensing

Monday, March 31st, 2014

[embed][/embed] Chirag Nagpal created prototype of a Wireless sensing system using MSP430, BeagleBone Black and XBee: I have developed a Wireless Sensing System using an MSP430 microcontroller based node, powered by 2 AA batteries, relaying data to a BeagleBone Black using XBee. The BeagleBone is then hosting a javascript based webpage...

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Proto Cape for BeagleBone

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Tom  shared his prototyping cape for the BeagleBone/Black in the project log forum: I spun a prototyping cape for the BeagleBone/Black. The design is derived from the LGX Proto Cape created by Alexander Hiam for LGX / Logic Supply and released under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I removed the...

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