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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 →