Inside a Hackathon Looking for Ways to Solve LA’s Traffic Problem PCMag At a HackLA: Mobility event, inventors were given 24 hours to come up with new apps and services to get the notoriously traffic-clogged city moving.
Inside a Hackathon Looking for Ways to Solve LA’s Traffic Problem PCMag AU At a HackLA: Mobility event, inventors were given 24 hours to come up with new apps and services to get the notoriously traffic-clogged city moving.
Hackaday Old Time Traffic Signal Revived with a Raspberry Pi Controller Hackaday With two signals, everything was doubled, so the new controller used a 16-channel relay board and a Raspberry Pi to run through various demos. To keep induced currents from wreaking havoc, zero-crossing solid state relays were used on the big AC motors …
Your Smart Home Is Spying on You. Here's How to Spy Back. Gizmodo We built ours using a Raspberry Pi 3 and wrote a custom script to capture the traffic and send it to Amazon Web Services's S3 data store.
Liz: Today we’ve got a guest post from the terrifyingly hirsute Pete Stevens. Pete’s from Mythic Beasts , our web hosts; and he’s the reason this website stands up to the absurd amounts of traffic you throw at it
Liz: As you may recall, back on February 2 we l aunched a new product . This website buckled a little under the strain (as did some of our partners’ websites)
Build a Dedicated Traffic Monitor with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker It's easy enough to pop open your phone and check the traffic conditions around you, but if you'd prefer a geekier approach, Weird-Lab uses a Raspberry Pi to display real-time traffic data on a screen. The build here uses a Raspberry Pi with a touch … and more
The MagPi magazine is a free download created by the Raspberry Pi community, for the Raspberry Pi community. Click the link, or on the picture, to visit their website. Here are the editors to explain what’s in this month’s issue: Welcome to Issue 29 of the MagPi, packed with the usual mixture of hardware projects and programming articles, providing lots of avenues for invention during December
The trusty alarm clock is a great tool for little kids who insist on getting out of bed very, very early and waking Mum and Dad many hours before it’s time to get up.