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amzn/alexa-avs-raspberry-pi: This project demonstrates how to access and test the Alexa Voice Service using a Java client (running on a Raspberry Pi), and a Node.js server.
This project demonstrates how to access and test the Alexa Voice Service using a Java client (running on a Raspberry Pi), and a Node.js server. You will be using the Node.js server to get a Login with Amazon authorization code by visiting a website using your computer's (Raspberry Pi in this case) web browser.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for obtaining the sample code, the dependencies, and the hardware you need to get the reference implementation running on your Pi.
raspberry_pi  kids 
april 2016 by edavey
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | Raspberry Pi: A Quick-Start Guide
Get your Raspberry Pi up and running and doing cool stuff. You’ll start with the basics: adding hardware, installing and configuring Debian Linux, and customizing the Pi’s firmware to get the most out of your hardware.

Then the fun begins. You’ll connect the Pi to your home network, surf the web, and tweet messages. You’ll learn how to get the most out of Midori, the Pi’s standard browser, and control the desktops of other PCs with the Pi. Then you’ll explore the Pi’s versatility with a series of home projects. Turn it into a web server in your home network; convert the Pi into a powerful multimedia center so you can watch high-definition video and listen to your favorite music; and play classic video games.

Then you’ll use the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi to build your own electronics projects, such as an “out of memory” alarm. You’ll learn how to use digital and analog sensors with the Pi‚ even though the Pi doesn’t have analog input ports! Finally, you’ll set up the Pi camera, create your own time-lapse videos, and build an automatic e-mailing burglar alarm. Power to the Pi!
raspberry_pi  kids 
december 2014 by edavey
Raspberry Pi Projects: Amazon.co.uk: Sean McManus, Andrew Robinson, Mike Cook: 9781118555439: Books
this unique book is aimed at the beginner Raspberry Pi user who is eager to get started creating real–world projects. Taking you on a journey of creating 16 practical projects, this fun and informative resource introduces you to the skills you need to have in order to make the most of the Pi. The book begins with a quick look at how to get the Pi up and running and then encourages you to dive into the array of exciting software and hardware projects. Features projects that use Python, which is Raspberry Pi′s programming language of choice Includes projects for creating an information center for e–mail, Twitter, Facebook, weather, train times, and more Shows you how to recreate Pong and Pacman or write Tic Tac Toe Teaches you how to use Raspberry Pi′s general purpose input/output port in order to speak to external hardware devices Walks you through setting up computer–controlled slot car racing, a swipe card door lock, disco lights, and more Raspberry Pi Projects is an excellent way to dig deeper into the capabilities of the Pi and to have great fun while doing it.
raspberry_pi  kids 
december 2014 by edavey
Kano - Make a Computer
We made the Kano Kit with hundreds of kids, teachers, engineers, and artists worldwide, ages six to 81. It's got dozens of cool projects, with steps and stories in 10 languages.
kids  coding  raspberry_pi 
july 2014 by edavey
Hacking Sonos — Medium
In my spare time I’ve been writing an app that replaces the Sonos app used to control multiple speakers in one’s home. It’s been a little challenging so I thought I’d share how I got where I am.
music  audio  raspberry_pi 
april 2014 by edavey
Install Mumble on Raspberry Pi for PTT Intercom - iBlog
It is easy to install Murmur Server on to your Raspberry Pi. The hard part is configuring after. Although it is still easier to configure on the Raspberry Pi than on Synology, just for comparison, it is still time consuming. There are a lot of how to install Murmur or Mumble or uMurmur Server on to Raspberry Pi. I’m not gonna do too much detail here on how to install it. Once you have Mumble Server installed, you’ll have a working PTT or Intercom or Walkie Talkie for Digital Age. I use this even when I’m outside of the country.
raspberry_pi 
november 2013 by edavey
justincampbell/whipped-cream
Whipped Cream is a tool which does a couple of things:

Parses a simple plugin DSL to create web servers for Raspberry Pi I/O (input and output).
Creates and tests plugins on your computer.
Deploys plugins to your Rapsberry Pis.
kids  raspberry_pi 
november 2013 by edavey
Infovore » Running scripts on startup with your Raspberry Pi
My Pi is running Raspbian – the Pi-focused version of Debian – so, fortunately, there’s a tool easily available to do that for us: upstart.
raspberry_pi  kids 
october 2013 by edavey
Ruby on Raspberry Pi - RayHightower.com
When my Raspberry Pi arrived, I was curious: Will it run Ruby? How about Rails? This article describes my experience with RVM, Ruby, and Rails on a Raspberry Pi, along with the “gotchas” I encountered along the way.
kids  raspberry_pi 
october 2013 by edavey
Raspberry pi - DIY
Welcome to DIY! Share what you make and be awesome!
raspberry_pi  kids 
october 2013 by edavey

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