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IoT Maker

The New Type of LED You Should be Using!

Dave takes you on a tour from the first LEDs to the latest in LED technology, the individually addressable LEDs such as Neopixels/WS2812B style. From the quantum effects to how to wire their data line, Dave covers it all!

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IoT

IoT Coffee Talk: Episode 130 – Add Value to The Game

Steve, Bill, Rob, David, and ANOTHER STEVE! jump on the metaverse to swap about IoT stuff. Amazing discussion on thought-provoking questions such as, is IoT a hyperscaler gig? Did they get it all wrong (yes, they did. Rob and Leonard said so and friggin’ predicted os back in 2017 at IoT Solutions World Congress)? The […]

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IoT Maker Speech and Voice

How to Add JARVIS to Home Assistant powered Smart Home

Here is a walkthrough of an audible notification system, and how this YouTuber built JARVIS using Home Assistant. Now, you will hear this multiple times, but this isn’t actually JARVIS in the Artificial Intelligence sense, but simply using JARVIS as the inspiration for my audible notifications. This system is heavy on the YAML and Jinja […]

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Interesting IoT Maker

The Type of LED You Should be Using!

Dave takes you on a tour from the first LEDs to the latest in LED technology, the individually addressable LEDs such as Neopixels/WS2812B style. From the quantum effects to how to wire their data line, Dave covers it all!

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IoT

A Smaller & Faster Arduino?

Learn how to create a simple project showing the charging particle animation on the OLED screen using the Arduino-compatible board Seeed XIAO. The XIAO board is smaller and faster than Arduino. The expansion board includes a lot of additional sensors as well as an SSD1306 128x64px OLED display with an IIC interface.

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IoT Maker Raspberry Pi

How to Hacking Your Garage Door with the Raspberry Pi Pico W

A high tech solution to not leaving the garage door open all day! Here’s the open source Raspberry Pi Pico W garage door sensor project, with instructions for how you can set up the same thing at your house: https://github.com/geerlingguy/pico-w-garage-door-sensor

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Hardware IoT

Rock 5B: Powerful RK3588 SBC

Rock 5B RK3588 single board computer review, including hardware specification, and demos running Debian and Android. Also drive speed tests and Kdenlive rendering test, and experiments with the HDMI input.

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Hardware Interesting IoT Security

Intro to Hardware Reversing: Finding a UART and getting a shell

This video is part of the Figurable project, which is geared toward people who are curious about IoT security and looking for that first bite of the apple. If you’re interested in hardware but haven’t had a chance to play with any yet, this one’s for you. In this “hello world”-level reversing project we’re checking […]

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IoT Power Apps

Integrating Azure IoT with the Power Platform

Linda Nichols explains how to integrate Azure IoT edge devices with IoT hub to create a notification system in Teams with some help from the Power Platform. This use case showcases Power Automate, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents and Azure integration. See the sample code here: https://github.com/appdevgbb/tornado-watchdog

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