Open Hardware Board For Robust USB Power Monitoring

We’ve all seen the little USB power meters that have become popular since nearly every portable device has adopted some variation of USB for charging. Placed between the power source and the … Source : Open Hardware Board For Robust USB Power Monitoring

Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython by @aallan @hacksterio

Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython – Hackster Blog by Alasdair Allan – It’s been an interesting year for micro-controller boards. We’ve seen a dramatic drop in the pric… Source : Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython by @aallan @hacksterio

Sniffing RFID Readers With A Piece of Paper

We feature plenty of printed projects here on Hackaday, though they tend to be of the three dimensional type thanks to the proliferation of affordable 3D printers. But in this case, [Milosch Meriac… Source : Sniffing RFID Readers With A Piece of Paper

Quick Face Recognition With An FPGA

It’s the 21st century, and according to a lot of sci-fi movies we should have perfected AI by now, right? Well we are getting there, and this project from a group of Cornell University studen… Source : Quick Face Recognition With An FPGA

The Sony Spresense #Spresense #IoT @SonyDevWorld

Overview – Spresense – Sony Developer World. Spresense is a compact development board based on Sony’s power-efficient multicore microcontroller CXD5602. It allows developers … Source : The Sony Spresense #Spresense #IoT @SonyDevWorld

Arduino Gets a Command Line Interface

When using an Arduino, at least once you’ve made it past blinking LEDs, you might start making use of the serial connection to send and receive information from the microcontroller. Communica… Source : Arduino Gets a Command Line Interface

Pixy2 is Super Vision for Arduino or Raspberry Pi

A Raspberry Pi with a camera is nothing new. But the Pixy2 camera can interface with a variety of microcontrollers and has enough smarts to detect objects, follow lines, or even read barcodes witho… Source : Pixy2 is Super Vision for Arduino or Raspberry Pi