As everyone knows I love my Raspberry Pis. I'll put them in whatever I can fit them in. I am in the process of finishing my 3D printer rack and I wanted to get my new Anet A8 printer on wifi so that I didn't need to shuffle the difficult
Raspberry Pi wifi on enterprise wifi hardware
I've been poking around to get stable wifi with my raspberry pi devices on my Aruba Networks wireless network. My network is far from a typical house solution. I have a rack, a server, Juniper router, Juniper switch, and an Aruba Networks wifi
talkiepi is a wifi "walkie" talkie for your kids and their friends. It provides a very simple "push to talk" interface. When you push the button and talk, all the other talkiepis in the channel will hear what is being said.
talkiepi uses Mumble for its voice communication
Ive had this idea for a VERY long time, to build a relatively cost effective, kid friendly, internet enabled walkie talkie. It has to be as simple as an oldschool walkie talkie to use, but it should run over wifi and allow
My son was learning about stars and constellations in daycare and we realized that he is always in bed before it really gets dark outside, so I had the crazy maker-dad thought, lets build a realtime planetarium night light...
The pieces are actually pretty straight forward, big LED, LCD