Sometimes you need your little linux box to be available for login even while it lives on foreign networks. Why…? Say you are helping a remote friend play with a pi. Or you just want to share a TMUX between your kids and their friends. Another use-case – as a professional, deploying a bit of… Continue reading Raspberry PI – SSH Tunneling Into Hostile Territory – plus tunnel on boot
Robot Commander Launched!!! I wrote a new Alexa skill called RobotCommander. It allows you to control a robot through a maze of traps. The fun part is the game, but along side the game I also built a site that updates as you play. The Intro… Welcome commander! You need to Save your robots! Doctor… Continue reading Robot Commander Alexa Skill – Has PI
Sometimes I forget to mention the sites I use to find all the treasures I hoard. There are a couple that I check almost religiously, because you never know what they might pop out next. Others are just fantastic businesses because, in addition to providing novel products, are also a great help to the home… Continue reading Circuits like Legos, my part sources. Or… Where to get all this fun stuff.
Source: http://makezine.com/projects/raspberry-pi-potter-wand/ Make has a write-up on wand-control with a simple reflective wand… …it *was* broken. Fixed it. Back in January when I first read the article I was so excited to try it, I ordered a bunch of parts, downloaded the Git, and then figured out it didn’t work. Not to worry though. A fellow named… Continue reading [FIXED!!!] Turn on a lamp with a gesture – Image Processing! Machine learning!
Someone built a site with an Interactive GPIO explorer. It’s just fantastic. Check it out and bookmark it.
(The Penguin is the Linux Mascot) Some background… Linux was built in a time in which a computer must be shared. They were far too expensive to have one per user. Additionally, each of those computer users needed a mechanism in which they don’t have to worry about what others on the machine were up… Continue reading Create accounts on a Raspberry PI -or- sharing a pi with your siblings.
There are lots of ways to get audio out of your little Raspberry PI. The first, and easiest way to get started playing MP3 Files is this: omxplayer The PI Foundation Way The Raspberry PI foundation wrote up a little article to it here. I wont repeat their advice, so if you want to just… Continue reading Lessons on PI 6: Playing Audio on a Raspberry PI