Linux Raspberry Pi

How to Run Linux on an ESP32

This video is from element14 presents. Can you run Linux on an ESP32? Until recently, you could just answer “no!” But, in fact, you can run Linux on a specific variant of the ESP32-S3 MCU! Based on this, Clem saw an opportunity to build his own Linux-powered SBC in the form factor of the Raspberry […]

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IoT Maker Raspberry Pi

The All-New Orange Pi 5 Pro Has 32GB Of Ram & A Fast ARM CPU! First Look

Tired of sluggish SBCs holding you back? Buckle up, techies, because the Orange Pi 5 Plus 32GB is here to blow the doors off. This video from ETA PRIME explains that this ain’t your grandma’s single-board computer.

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Pwnagotchi — hacking WiFi networks in seconds | Real Experiment

In this video, Sumsub showcases the power of the Pwnagotchi, cheap wifi hacking device. Witness how cybercriminals can hack your wifi network in seconds just by standing near you and leaving you exposed and vulnerable to identity theft, data breaches, and more.

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IoT Maker

Electronics Fundamentals

This video from Full Course covers Electronics Fundamentals and is essential for anyone wanting to get started with their own IoT projects.

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“Z2” Homemade Silicon Chips

Sam Zeloof is taking DIY hardware to the next level.

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Large Language Models Maker

Give your Arduino project a chatGPT AI brain for free

Programming Electronics Academy provides this Arduino lesson on intergrating ChatGPT into your Arduino projects.

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From Transistors To Tetris Part 1 : Computer Architecture

My dad was an TV repair technician. I would watch with fascination when he would take apart televisions and radios and see the circuit boards that brought these inanimate objects to life. Here’s a YouTuber who is doing something similar (kind of) I’ve been building a 1970’s era computer out of discrete transistors for the […]

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Science Space

Designing A Next-Gen Ionic Thruster! (For Flight)

A YouTuber builds a working ionic thruster. Why? I have two answers. One, why not? and Secondly, for Beltalowda! In my attempt to answer that – I built a next-gen ionic thruster, and only shocked myself about a dozen times in the process. Thank you to Steven Barret at MIT for providing his airplane footage, […]

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