ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge and is a required for almost any hack on the phone. I noted here all the steps necessary to get it working on Ubuntu 14.10.
I had some hard time installing the BlackBerry Java SDK for (old) OS 7.1 (for Windows or Mac only) on Linux. Here are the main information necessary to setup a working environment in Eclipse (Kepler).
Yesterday I was building and awesome princess plane in Duplo. However I was missing one 2×1 brick to finish the perfect model. Awesome, I 3D printed it.
I challenged a friend to connect a micro-controller to a Raspberry Pi. I chose to use an ATMega168 programmed in C while he preferred to use a Microchip PIC programmed in ASM. Not that I don’t like ASM, but it took me only 45 minutes to get all the material together and blink some LEDs from a shell. To get thinks up very fast, I used a BugOne board. This is clearly an advantage for me since it is already assembled with an ISP connector and ready to use.
For a future more ambitious project, I tried to connect an LCD screen to a Raspberry Pi. My first guess was to connect the LCD directly to the Raspberry Pi GPIOs. Continue reading “Raspberry Pi LCD (HD44780) control”
Last week I built my very own Raspberry Pi rack using old stuffs and 3D printing. Continue reading “Building a Raspberry Rack from trash”
This one of my last prints, a Kryptonian Key [Ecogeeco] inspired from Man of Steel movie. I decided to print it in transparent PLA to allow insertion of a LED. Continue reading “Everything is better with a LED”
This Kokeshi model I created is now available on Thingiverse. Hope you’ll enjoy.
Using Octoprint to print 3D stuff from a browser is really awesome, however I needed a solution to do the bed leveling of my Ultimaker without the need to connect it to my computer.
Use of my first Raspberry Pi is a print server. I used it for both scanner, printer and 3D printing. Here are some useful resources to setup your own.