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M5StickV Edge AI + IOT Dream based on Sipeed Maix Kendryte K210 series

If you have enjoyed ESP8266 and ESP32 pay special attention to Kendryte K210! This system-on-chip integrates machine vision and machine learning while using RiscV cores. What could you want more to explore Edge AI? Ah yes, you need it in compact form, with all the extra peripherals integrated? How about high quality IPS display (1.14″ 135×240, ST7789), best-in-class low light sensitivity color camera (OV7740 30fps VGa, 60fps QVGA), MicroSD slot,

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How to block ads using Pi.Hole and NanoPi Neo2 ?

I have just received new ARM computer – NanoPi Neo2 (by FriendlyARM), noticed that it has a Gigabit Ethernet port! My “old” Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ has “only” 300Mbit ethernet because it is “over USB2.0” which is really a shame! Another good thing is that NanoPi Neo2 arrived with fantastic Aluminium case with OLED display & passive heatsink! With so nice OLED display, and Gigabit Ethernet it is ideal

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Embedded StarWars playing with ESP8266

Few month I was already playing with fantastic ESP8266 device when I have stumbled upon MicroPython Kickstater project. After a few days of compiling and learning Micropython I have flashed my first ESP12 and I was ready to try out nice project (by Steve Stagg). Mini OLED display is inserted in (modified) 3D Printed case . Soon I will add few buttons (hence the modification) and Li-ion battery with charger

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HackaDay Badge with Accelerometer

Souvenir from Hackaday event held on 9.April is a nice badge. It had a empty space for small hardware upgrade (3-Axes Gyroscope + Accelerometer Module) that must be filled! :) PCB supports placement of both GY-521 and ADXL345, but designer recommended GY-521 that (naturally) I had in my “magic box” with components… after simple soldering procedure, original firmware recognised module and simple Accelerometer demo with 8bit graphics become operational… Module

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How to upgrade Openelec 5.0.x to 6 (Raspberry Pi)

OpenElec will not auto update between major releases in order to avoid breaks (possible with some specific hardware configurations). In this tutorial I’ll try to save you some time and explain how to manually upgrade Openelec (will focus on Raspberry Pi but should work with other devices. 1. Backup Always backup! Best way to do is to eject micro SD card and plug it to you computer and use some

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Will you buy a Raspberry Pi 2 for $35?

If you are not already wandering where to buy Raspberry Pi 2 then you have not yet heard the good news… New Raspberry Pi 2 is available under the same price as old model, just $35! What is new when you compare Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi Model B+ ?   Short list includes: Good news: 1. New Raspberry 2 uses the same case! Say hooray to all those

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