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car computer
Andy Proctor drives a container delivery truck. He’s embedded a Raspberry Pi in the dashboard and turned the truck¬†into an IoT device –¬†saving time on updating his office on his movements, and learning Python and some electronics at the same time. Andy says on his blog: When we have the container loaded at the customer’s... Continue reading
We are firm believers in the idea that computing starts to get really interesting – interesting enough to suck in people who have never programmed before – when you begin interfacing software with real things made out of atoms. That’s why there are GPIO pins on the Pi (another reason you should never tread on... Continue reading
Last century I spent weeks researching car computers. I wanted mp3s, videos and access to Notepad on the road. I wanted my car to respect and love me, just like KITT loved David. I wanted it to shout, “Right on tiger!” when I achieved an optimum MPG and to flash up encouraging messages like, “Hello... Continue reading