MakerPro

  • Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W: Linux computing in an even smaller package

    Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W: Linux computing in an even smaller package

    What would you do with a Raspberry Pi Zero or Zero W?

    Read Article
  • PWM control with the Raspberry Pi

    Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) is a modulation technique that is widely used to control power. It is commonly used in motor control applications to cont...

    Read Article
  • Make your product a Maker Faire success

    As a MakerPro, if you have a product or service to offer, Maker Faires can be a natural fit for promotion. Though they vary greatly in size and audien...

    Read Article
  • Raspberry Pi goes custom for industrial, commercial applications

    Raspberry Pi Trading is partnering exclusively with element14 to provide customized Raspberry Pi A, B/B+, Compute, and Pi 2 model designs for use in i...

    Read Article
  • Highly connected and low-power development with Cypress PSoC kits

    Anyone working on connected products is undoubtedly looking for hardware with good built-in connectivity features, and low-power never hurts if your p...

    Read Article
  • High-performance graphics and computing power in the Gizmo 2

    This week at Embedded World GizmoSphere announced the availability of its Gizmo 2 platform for engineers and makers. The open-source development initi...

    Read Article
  • ARM TechCon: u-blox wireless and mbed OS 5 - Compact code and connectivity with a flash

    The mbed OS has seen its ups and downs, but with the release of mbed OS 5 earlier this year, all that seems to be behind it. At the u-blox booth at AR...

    Read Article
  • New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    As a member of the embedded trade media I must admit that at times it's difficult to find information about particular products. In fact, it's often d...

    Read Article
  • embedded world 2017: Digi-Key Development Kits - Digi International's Two-Pronged Dev Kit Approach

    At embedded world 2017, Mike Rohrmoser, Director of Product Management for Embedded at Digi International explains the company's two-pronged developme...

    Read Article
  • CES 2017: Bosch XDK turns sensors into solutions

    Why do I go to CES every year? That's a question I'm sometimes asked by technologists in the embedded space. It's also one that may have been asked of...

    Read Article
  • PWM control with the Raspberry Pi

    Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) is a modulation technique that is widely used to control power. It is commonly used in motor control applications to cont...

    Read Article
  • Competitions prepare students for changing technology landscapes

    Competitions prepare students for changing technology landscapes

    Typically a bastion of research, academia is turning to student competitions such as RoboCup to offer students the opportunity to continue to explore cutting-edge technologies.

    Read Article
  • Making machines move when an MCU isn't the answer

    If you're developing a device that needs to make something move at a set interval, the obvious solution for a MakerPro is to program a prototyping boa...

    Read Article
  • Take great photos to show off your MakerPro skills

    Take great photos to show off your MakerPro skills

    [One of my favorite project images, showing off my quadcopter 360° camera mount (also seen on Make:)] When you build something for others, what matte...

    Read Article
  • Arduino development boards: The Uno

    In the early 2000s, if you wanted to develop a hobby robot, many students and experimenters turned to the BASIC Stamp line of microcontrollers, which...

    Read Article
  • Making the leap from Arduino to Raspberry Pi: Why change?

    Making the leap from Arduino to Raspberry Pi: Why change?

    I've been using Arduino development boards for several years now, with great results. Whether powering a unique camera fixture or controlling simple r...

    Read Article
  • MakerPro: Custom computer volume control knob and mute button

    MakerPro: Custom computer volume control knob and mute button

    MakerPro: I found that I had hotkeys on my keyboard that worked for mute and volume control functions, but the ergonomics are lacking.

    Read Article
  • Keeping complexity in check with embedded code generators

    Keeping complexity in check with embedded code generators

    Raspberry Pi and today's MCUs have much in common as they seek to reduce complexity for developers. Though their intricacies can become a challenge, modern embedded code generators can help.

    Read Article
  • Kotlin, a new language for Android

    Kotlin, a new language for Android

    Kotlin is a newer programming language for Android. It appears to have been adopted by Google.

    Read Article
  • Student Competitions Fuel Next-Gen Engineers

    Student Competitions Fuel Next-Gen Engineers

    Between 2014 and 2024, the number of STEM jobs will grow by 17%, compared to 12% anticipated growth for non-STEM jobs, reports Change the Equation. To keep up, young people must be more prepared

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...