PlatformIO is an open source ecosystem for IoT development
Cross-platform build system. Continuous and IDE integration. Arduino and ARM mbed compatible
Came across this cool IDE, built on top of Atom for dev of iot. There is also a commercially supported offering. http://platformio.org/
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OpenPilot is a next-generation Open Source UAV autopilot created by the OpenPilot Community (an all volunteer non-profit community). It is a highly capable platform for multirotors, helicopters, fixed wing aircraft, and other vehicles . It has been designed from the ground up by a community of passionate developers from around the globe, with its core design principles being quality, safety, and ease of use. Simplicity does not come with any compromises either: with no hard-coded settings, a complete flight plan scripting language and other powerful features, OpenPilot is an extremely capable UAV autopilot platform.
OpenPilot was started at the beginning of 2010 and is a serious use platform aimed at civilian and research purposes, with emphasis being placed on making the platform especially suitable for aerial photography and aerial video applications.
This board is really freakin cool. It no only has a SoC chip that is essentially a UART to WiFi, it’s microprocessor is also programmable and has a PWM pin as well. On Arduino day, it was announced that the Arduino IDE now supports the ESP2866 making things a lot easier.
- Article on the ESP2866: makezine.com/2015/04/01/esp8266-5-microc…
- ESP2866 Forums: http://www.esp8266.com/viewforum.php?f=25
- ESP2866 Arduino Source code: https://github.com/esp8266/arduino
- ESP2866 Breakout Boards: http://www.esp8266.com/wiki/doku.php?id=esp8266-module-family
- ESP2866 on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/251690993989?lpid=82&chn=ps
- Seeed studio ESP2866 Module: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/WiFi-Serial-Transceiver-Module-w-ESP8266-p-1994.html
Thermoelectric generators (also called thermogenerators) are devices which convert heat (temperature differences) directly into electrical energy, using a phenomenon called the “Seebeck effect” (or “thermoelectric effect”). Their typical efficiencies are around 5-10%. Older Seebeck-based devices used bimetallic junctions and were bulky while more recent devices use bismuth telluride (Bi2Te3) semiconductor p-n junctions and can have thicknesses in the millimeter range. These are solid state devices and unlike dynamos have no moving parts, with the occasional exception of a fan.
Now this is cool — a open source anti-theft system for your laptop, iOS, or Android device.
From the website: Prey lets you keep track of your phone or laptop at all times, and will help you find it if it ever gets lost or stolen. It’s lightweight, open source software, and free for anyone to use. And it just works.
git Repo: github.com/prey
The Wi-Fi protected setup with which a large majority of new routers ship with enabled by default has a serious flaw opening it up to a brute force attack against the WPS pin. Additional flaws allow for a successful brute force attack in 11,000 attempts. This means the network key of a protected network can be retrieved within hours.
The best course of action right now is to disable WPS if possible. This is not a option on all routers, but the possibility may exist of re-flashing the router’s firmware to a different one such as Open-WRT, DD-WRT, Tomato, etc. to disable it.
CERT’s Release: www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/723755
Vulnerability Technical Details: sviehb.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/viehb…
Reaver — Functional exploit: code.google.com/p/reaver-wps/
OMG DO WANT!
Maybe you want to liberate your iPhone from Apple’s clutches. Maybe you just want to tinker with something new. Either way, you’ve seen Android running on the iPhone, and you want to try it for yourself.
List of 4:3 Monitor Resolutions
Resolution – Aspect ratio
List of 16:9 Widescreen Resolutions
Resolution – Aspect ratio
List of 16:10 Widescreen Resolutions
Resolution – Aspect ratio
Amplifier bridging is simply using 2 channels of an amplifier to drive a common load. For 2 channel amplifiers, one left signal and one right signal is used to drive a mono speaker load. Keep in mind that mono and bridging are not necessarily the same. Mono means that there’s only one output signal. There could be more than one speaker but each speaker will have the same output. Bridging means that you are using more than one source of power to drive a load (speaker). The sources of power are one each output from either channel of the amplifier. A long time ago, amplifiers had signal on the positive output speaker terminals only. To bridge one of those amplifiers, you’d have to use some means to invert the signal on one channel (remember the old ‘bridging modules’ for Orion amplifiers?). Today’s bridgeable amplifiers have an inverted channel as part of their design. For many amplifiers, the left positive and right negative are are the signal outputs. A few use the left negative and the right positive. Others still (mostly mono amplifiers that are to be used in bridged pairs) require that you choose 0° or 180° via a switch to invert the signal.
So using the netsh wlan command allows us to manipulate the various properties of a wireless connection. Other potentially cool stuff:
- netsh wlan set tra yes – Enables wireless debug traces in %WINDIR%\tracing\wireless
- netsh wlan
- Creating/moving wireless profiles quickly
There is more, but this is prolly what I need to use when I write a app for a client to view wireless connection status.
www.wiitdb.com/ is the place to get hi-rez wii covers for Coverflow and whatnot.
TriiForce — play WADs off the SD card and circumvent 512mb Wii limitation
Games / IOS it Uses Matrix
List of Problem Games and How to make them work
Install IOS 202 222 223
Testing pic uploads ect on the iPhone app
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