We build professional grade earth monitoring solutions that anyone can use to measure ground motion and infrasound activities.
Hella expensive, though.
Volumio is a true Hi-Fi Digital Player. One Single Digital Audio Player for all your music, with bit-perfect audio quality. Install Volumio on the Raspberry Pi and many other silent micro-Computers, as well PCs and Notebooks. Everything from configuration to Playback is just a fingertip away. Easily manage Volumio through the web UI. Control it with your Mac, Pc, Android, iOS or anything with a browser.
External audio amplifier aware.
A shell script that takes a dd'ed image from a RasPi install and shrinks it down as far as possible so that it'll fit onto another, smaller microSD card. Used for cloning installs.
Remember, it won't work on a card, only a filesystem rip.
A portable, open-source 8086 PC emulator for bare metal Raspberry Pi. Boots as its own OS as you'd expect but emulates a MS-DOS machine from the silicon up. Emulates the 8086 and 80186 processor cores. Does CGA, EGA, and VGA graphics. Still in the early stages.
TinyCheck allows you to easily capture network communications from a smartphone or any device which can be associated to a Wi-Fi access point in order to quickly analyze them. This can be used to check if any suspect or malicious communication is outgoing from a smartphone, by using heuristics or specific Indicators of Compromise (IoCs). In order to make it working, you need a computer with a Debian-like operating system and two Wi-Fi interfaces. The best choice is to use a Raspberry Pi (2+) a Wi-Fi dongle and a small touch screen. This tiny configuration (for less than $50) allows you to tap any Wi-Fi device, anywhere.
This is the PSU board for all your retro modding needs like making a GameBoy Zero with any of the Raspberry Pi products and it’s Clones like Orange Pi, Banana Pi etc, it has even powered Robots. This board has all the features the modding community wants and needs for their build into a small and powerful package. Outputs up to 6A @ 5.20v. i2c enabled, so the power cells can be monitored.
Minimal Hardware IP over VHF/UHF Radio using RpiTx and RTLSDR. Currently sends test frames from a Pi to a x86 laptop with a RTLSDR V3 (M1). Currently building up an integrated rtl_sdr/fsk_demod receiver appplication (M2). The "Pirate radio RasPi" project can probably be used instead.
Magicmirror is a software package for, well, making one of those nifty RaspberryPi magic mirrors that people seem to like building for their houses. Modular; turn on the bits you want, turn off the bits you don't.
Of course, the damned thing uses Electron.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into an oscilloscope. Probes attach to the GPIO pins.
Notes and scripts for setting up (yet another) Raspberry Pi computing cluster. One master, at least one slave to do the actual work. The master implements a certain amount of infrastructure for the rest of the network. Includes greyprints for 3D printing a rack for the units. Uses k3s and Docker.
A python tool to shutdown your computer by removing an USB device. Originally intended to be run on RaspberryPi to prevent brutal shutdown.
A set of scripts for Retroflag's RasPi cases that make the power and reset buttons functional in ways considered safe for live Linux machines. Requires the GPIO pins.
Be sure to follow the instructions for the correct Retroflag case!
A company that makes cases for the Raspberry Pi that look like classic gaming consoles, like the NES. They sell them through Amazon. I have a few, and they're quite nice.
A boot selector for the Raspberry Pi. Interactively pick, download, and install multiple OSes for the RasPi to the same SD card. The selection can be changed later. Also lets you use USB drives for storing those OSes instead of an SD card. HDMI enabled.
This GPIO Pinout is designed to be both a quick and interactive reference to the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins, plus a comprehensive guide to your Raspberry Pi's GPIO interfaces. It also includes dozens of pinouts for Raspberry Pi add-on boards, HATs and pHATs.
Python module to drive a SSD1306 / SSD1309 / SSD1322 / SSD1325 / SSD1327 / SSD1331 / SSD1351 / SH1106 OLED display modules. You can get these display stamps from Adafruit or Amazon.
Blue Dot allows you to control your Raspberry Pi projects wirelessly - it's a Bluetooth remote and zero boiler plate Python library. Makes it easy to use Bluetooth. Has excellent documentation, including how to pair your RasPi with your phone from the command line. Seems to work pretty well. Bluetooth interface is only up while BlueDot.wait_for_press() is running. Has a serial communications API, also, for sending and receiving arbitrary data.
I don't see why this module couldn't be used more generically to interact with arbitrary Linux boxen over arbitrary Bluetooth interfaces. HCI is HCI, right?
The matching Android app is in the Play store. There is even a version of the Bluedot app written in Python that you can use from the desktop to interact over Bluetooth.
Requires that the dbus-python module be installed to the same venv. Also requires that the shell running the Python interpreter have sufficient access privileges to interact with the Bluetooth interface (root certainly works), usually the bluetooth group.
A new site, blog, and wiki for all things Raspberry Pi.
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