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Check out http://arduinohq.com Raspberry Pi vs Arduino. The Arduino is in fact a micro-controller; not a mini-computer. Although the Arduino can be programmed with small C-like applications, it cannot run a full scale “operating system” and certainly won’t be replacing your media center anytime soon. The Raspberry Pi on the other hand, is a computer. Adding the Arduino to the Raspberry Pi is a bit like adding a bicycle to an automobile.

Arduino vs Raspberry Pi: Which Is The Mini Computer For You?

Check out http://arduinohq.com Raspberry Pi vs Arduino. The Arduino is in fact a micro-controller; not a mini-computer. Although the Arduino can be programmed with small C-like applications, it cannot run a full scale “operating system” and certainly won’t be replacing your media center anytime soon. The Raspberry Pi on the other hand, is a computer. Adding the Arduino to the Raspberry Pi is a bit like adding a bicycle to an automobile.

My N3RD: Connect and Control Anything from Anywhere by Wild Hare, LLC. — Kickstarter.  My N3RD is a revolutionary Wi-Fi product that allows you to control any device from your Smart Phone. No Internet or Router required.

My N3RD: Connect and Control Anything from Anywhere by Wild Hare, LLC. — Kickstarter. My N3RD is a revolutionary Wi-Fi product that allows you to control any device from your Smart Phone. No Internet or Router required.

We have a calendar that is updated monthly with events but it is done manually. We also tend to forget things we have ran out of or other minor chores. In this age I thought it was much easier to have a sync'd calendar and notepad type system that can be accessed with mobile devices but I wanted to have a neat way to display information to keep our family in sync. It also had to be something large and visual that can be seen on the way out the door as well as being easy to use, so it had to…

Touchscreen Wall Mounted Family Sync & Home Control Panel

We have a calendar that is updated monthly with events but it is done manually. We also tend to forget things we have ran out of or other minor chores. In this age I thought it was much easier to have a sync'd calendar and notepad type system that can be accessed with mobile devices but I wanted to have a neat way to display information to keep our family in sync. It also had to be something large and visual that can be seen on the way out the door as well as being easy to use, so it had to…

A Beginner's Guide to DIYing with the Raspberry Pi

A Beginner's Guide to DIYing with the Raspberry Pi

DIY Magic Mirror and Photobooth - Arduino Powered #arduino ~~~ For more cool Arduino stuff check out http://arduinoprojecthacks.com

DIY Magic Mirror and Photobooth - Arduino Powered

DIY Magic Mirror and Photobooth - Arduino Powered #arduino ~~~ For more cool Arduino stuff check out http://arduinoprojecthacks.com

lifehacker: How to Start Making Your Own Electronics with Arduino and Other People's code.

How to Start Making Your Own Electronics with Arduino and Other People's Code

lifehacker: How to Start Making Your Own Electronics with Arduino and Other People's code.

SelfDrivingRobot - sandboxduino - Building self driving small robot - Arduino code samples proved to work with UNO R3 and other different equipement - Google Project Hosting

SelfDrivingRobot - sandboxduino - Building self driving small robot - Arduino code samples proved to work with UNO R3 and other different equipement - Google Project Hosting

The Amazon Echo is useful to have around the home. It can play podcasts, take reminders and notes, tell you the length of your commute, even control other appliances in your house. But at prices ranging from $50 to $150, it’s an expensive proposition if you’re not sure you’ll use it. Good news though, you can make a fully-functional one using a Raspberry Pi.

How to Build Your Own Amazon Echo with a Raspberry Pi

The Amazon Echo is useful to have around the home. It can play podcasts, take reminders and notes, tell you the length of your commute, even control other appliances in your house. But at prices ranging from $50 to $150, it’s an expensive proposition if you’re not sure you’ll use it. Good news though, you can make a fully-functional one using a Raspberry Pi.

Arduino RFID and 5110 Screen/ID Card Reader(Rc522)

Arduino RFID and 5110 Screen/ID Card Reader(Rc522)

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