Build your own robotic cat: Petoi returns

Who wouldn’t want a robot kitten? Exactly — we knew you’d understand! And so does the Petoi team, hence their new crowdfunding campaign for Petoi Nybble. Petoi Nybble Main campaign video

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Lidar, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Laser, ToF and more – Elektor (blog)

Elektor (blog) Lidar, Arduino, Raspberry Pi , Laser, ToF and more Elektor (blog) Even without being a specialist in the techniques used, the combination of a lidar, whether fixed, oscillating or rotating, with an Arduino (or a Raspberry Pi ) will take you far in distance measuring or digitizing a space by echolocation. At the top ..

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Project Floofball and more: Pi pet stuff

It’s a public holiday here today (yes, again ). So, while we indulge in the traditional pastime of barbecuing stuff (ourselves, mainly), here’s a little trove of Pi projects that cater for our various furry friends. Project Floofball Nicole Horward created Project Floofball for her hamster, Harold

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Barcode reader for visually impaired shoppers

To aid his mother in reading the labels of her groceries, Russell Grokett linked a laser barcode reader to a Raspberry Pi Zero W to read out the names of scanned item. RASPBERRY PI TALKING BARCODE READER My mom is unable to read labels on grocery items anymore, so I went looking for solutions. After seeing that bar code readers for the blind run many hundreds of dollars, I wanted to see what could be done using a Raspberry Pi and a USB Barcode reader.

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K40 Laser Cutter, Meet Raspberry Pi – Hackaday

Hackaday K40 Laser Cutter, Meet Raspberry Pi Hackaday The inexpensive Chinese K40 laser cutter has become the staple of many a small workshop within our community, providing a not-very-large and not-very-powerful cutter for a not-very-high price. As shipped it's a machine that's not without its flaws, and ..

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Raspberry Pi Laser Beam Profiler – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi Laser Beam Profiler Hackaday [Anthony] at UCLA needed to verify the shape of a laser beam. Commercial units for this, as you would expect, are expensive. But a Raspberry Pi with a Pi Noir camera easily handles the task.

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Raspberry Pi Communication Via LASER – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi Communication Via LASER Hackaday [Nick Touran] wanted to make two Raspberry Pi's communicate wirelessly. There are lots of options, but [Nick] used a LASER and a photoresistor, along with Morse code.

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