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Preferring to spend hours typing code instead of graphically pushing traces around in a PCB layout tool, [James Bowman] over at ExCamera Labs has developed CuFlow, a method for routing PCBs in Python. Whether or not you’re on-board with the … Continue reading
Over the past few years, I kept bumping into something called Hershey fonts. After digging around, I found a 1967 government report by a fellow named Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey. Back in the 1960s, he worked as a physicist for … Continue reading
Pimoroni has brought out two add‑ons with screens: Pico Display and Pico Explorer. A very basic set of methods is provided in the Pimoroni UF2 file. In this article, we aim to explain how the screens are controlled with these low-level instructions, … Continue reading
Augmented reality (AR) and natural gesture input provide a tantalizing glimpse at what human-computer interfaces may look like in the future, but at this point, the technology hasn’t seen much adoption within the open source community. Though to be fair, … Continue reading
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A research paper from Dalian University of Technology in China and City University of Hong Kong (direct PDF link) outlines a system that automatically generates comic books from videos. But how can an algorithm boil down video scenes to appropriately … Continue reading
Official Raspberry Pi Support Arrives For Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Great news if you do, or would like to, use your Pi for streaming needs. Via Tom’s Hardware: Many Raspberry Pis are pressed into service as home media devices. They are a natural fit given their price, power and size. … Continue reading
GUI is based on budgie desktop. The distro is arm32 and arm64 (two different images). Download links are below. If you use WiFi make sure you set up wifi country per “Getting Started Guide” https://github.com/bareboat-necessities/lysmarine_gen Brief list of applications included: … Continue reading
Eve Weather is a new HomeKit-only weather station that replaces the outgoing Eve Degree with new features and Thread connectivity. We look at how those changes help justify the cost of the handy device. The all new Eve Weather The … Continue reading
Most readers will have at least some passing familiarity with the terms ‘Unicode’ and ‘UTF-8’, but what is really behind them? At their core they refer to character encoding schemes, also known as character sets. This is a concept which … Continue reading