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I get immediate earthquake noticed on my iPhone (probably from the same info source), but what a great way of making the notifications physical and immediate. It makes me wonder what other notifications could benefit from similar presentation. — Douglas Read Earthquake Pi - Shake and Rattle Your Desk! via Explore all projects An interesting link found among my daily reading Follow TechnologyIQ on Facebook Follow TechnologyIQ on Pinterest
It is truly amazing what can be done with today’s electronics. Practical? Maybe in some very specific cases, but what an amazing project. — Douglas Read Portable Raspberry Pi PC Fits Into Empty Altoids Tin - Geek.com via Geek.com An interesting link found among my daily reading
What a great, simple, DIY solution. I have similar issues myself. Desk space isn’t always available when I want to work on my Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects and I sometimes need to put them away between sessions. I might need to make something like this for myself — Douglas Read Electronic Foldable Prototyping Workbench via Instructables An interesting link found among my daily reading
Time to learn a little programming and Python is a great place to start. I found it confusing when I first started, but I think I just had to let go of my previous programming experiences and languages. It is very powerful on a Raspberry PI, too, allowing you manipulate the outside world through its I/O pins. — Douglas Read Learning Python: using While and For loops #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi via Raspberry Pi – Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! An interesting link found among my daily reading
Very cool! I'd love to have one of these for myself. I wonder if you could drive one of these with a smaller Arduino unit to reduce the overall size? -- Douglas Read PiE-Ink is a Raspberry Pi name tag that uses an e ink display via htxt.africa An interesting link found among my daily reading
Put together your own GIF camera using a RaspberryPi Zero and a few other components — Douglas Watch YouTube: Weekend Project: The Pix-E GIF Camera I liked this video and think you might find it interesting, too!