BeagleBone

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BeagleBone Black and Watterott display

For a long time I had been aiming to connect some small display to any of my small computers, specially the BeagleBone. Well, some weeks ago I finally succeeded to get one up an running. The display is the Watterott MI0283QT-9A (https://github.com/watterott/MI0283QT-Adapter). It is well-known by the Raspberry Pi and the Beaglebone communities. It has a reasonable quality-price ratio and is very easy to use.

BeagleBone Black Debian console in Watterott LCDBeagleBone Black Debian console in Watterott LCD

WEL14-05. Retrocomputing (6502, VIC20), Artificial Intelligence, uControllers. Signal Analysis and more

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

Veronica – ROM Monitor.
New chapter for this cool project to builld a 6502 based micro-computer
http://quinndunki.com/blondihacks/?p=1547

RIVERWATCH - A Marsupial Surface-Aerial Robotic Team for Riverine Environmental Monitoring
http://riverwatchws.cloudapp.net/



IMMERSION. Integrating biometrics and video games to solve gamer rage
http://www.sammatson.net/Immersion

WEL51. Virus Hacking, Cut your Rpi in two, Reverse Engineering Serial Ports, Acoustic Cryptanalysis, Digital Attractiveness

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

Immunity Project. "We're developing a free vaccine to end HIV and AIDS." Virus Hacking!
http://www.immunityproject.org/



Cut your Raspberry in Two and keep using it!
http://everpi.tsar.in/2013/12/japones-passa-dos-limites-e-cria-raspberry...

Autonomously Estimating Attractiveness using Computer Vision

WEL46.Cool Robots, Arts, Security, SDR, RFID, BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi projects...

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

Morphs. A prototype for adaptive and kinetic structures


Inherent Motives from William Bondin on Vimeo.

Lego NXT Tree Climbing Robot “Sloth”
http://www.rjmcnamara.com/lego-minstorms/lego-nxt-tree-climbing-robot/



WEL42. Weekend Links! CastAR, Security, Quantum Basket and railguns

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

castAR. A cool Augmented Reality project!. Funded at Kickstarter



Imaginary Reality Games. Quantum Basketball



FPGABee. A FPGA implementation of the Microbee home computer from the 80s

WEL38. Weekend Links

WEL Header

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

Spinning Room
http://vimeo.com/74254518

Simple logic analyser with ATtiny2313
http://codeandlife.com/2013/08/30/super-simple-50-khz-logic-analysis-wit...

BEAGLEBONE

FPGA extension board for BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi

WEL37. Weekend Links!!

Very busy week, so not much to share :(

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

Remote control a Pan/Tilt camera with Google Glass and Raspberry Pi




http://mattrichardson.com/Google-Glass/

Also check this cool project: Hacking WifiSD
http://dmitry.gr/index.php?r=05.Projects&proj=15&proj=15.%20Transcend%20...

WEL36. Weekend Links... Better late than never

COOL PROJECTS OF THE WEEK

3-Sweep: Extracting Editable Objects from a single Photo. SIGGRAPH Asia 2013



Read more at: http://www.faculty.idc.ac.il/arik/site/3Sweep.asp

Also check Wit. Natural Language Interface
https://wit.ai/

WEL33. Weekend Links

This one should be HWEL (Half Weekend Links) but you know... better late than never

COOL PROJECT OF THE WEEK

AquaTop, a cool experiment on User Interface haptics using water, projectors Kinect and speakers




More info in:
https://googledrive.com/host/0B_E3lRLf4DoZdm84VVozV09Qcms/index.html

WEL32. Weekend Links


This has been a holiday week... not very often on-line...

TOPIC OF THE WEEK: SECURITY

Security Vulnerabilities that Cross Physical Devide: Hacking cars, pacemakers, mobile phones, ATMS...
http://securityintelligence.com/19-amazing-hacks-security-vulnerabilitie...

Breaking reddit.com's Captchas
http://iank.org/rmbc.html

Hacking Tanscend Wifi SD Cards
http://haxit.blogspot.ch/2013/08/hacking-transcend-wifi-sd-cards.html

NULLCape. How to Roll your own BeagleBone Capes (Part II)

In Part I (http://papermint-designs.com/community/node/331) we discussed how to attach an EEPROM to our cape. Now we will see how to fill the EEPROM with useful data.

GENERATING A VALID EEPROM

We've already seen how to write data in our EEPROM (see http://papermint-designs.com/community/node/331). Now, we need to know which data we have to write. That's easy, cape EEPROMs have to follow the format described in the System Reference Manual. Specifically in section 8.2.4 EEPROM Data Format.

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