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i couldn't find a good list of options how to smartly powering the pi using batteries (incl charging,  monitoring etc), so i collected one on my own. any more solutions i'm not aware of? http://assadollahi.de/smart-powering-the-raspberry-pi-using-batteries/
I'm looking for options how to power the Raspberry Pi using batteries for my Babble Pi project. Actually, it seems that it's not as simple as I thought to find something and many solutions are also pretty extensive for their feature sets. I'm looking for a couple of features: ...
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crazy liquid magnetic display by ferrolic and some thoughts how to build it myself: http://assadollahi.de/absolutely-fascinating-organic-display-by-ferolic/
i was immediately fascinated by the organic movements of the drops and my brain couldn't stop thinking about how to build one. we know magnetic particles from adaptive dampening in cars and we also know liquid displays as well as e-paper that turns pixels by a little magnetic current.
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Utterly mesmerizing. Good luck in your quest to make something like this. 
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the package is really tempting: freeRTOS, 120Mhz Cortex M3 and Wifi include for 29$. please give me an interesting IoT problem to solve so that i have a reason to buy it! https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13345
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HELP, i selected three old transistor radios on ebay for my little babbling raspberry pi, which one should i choose? http://assadollahi.de/help-which-casing-for-the-babble-pi/
now i need your help: i've build a “self-contained” hardware around the raspberry pi 2 to put a software on it that listens and babbles like a child (i.e. not really speech recognition but more like based on speech sounds). now i want to but the hardware into a nice casing and i checked ebay for ...
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I think the first one, the one displayed above.
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"imploding" is maybe a too strong word, but what's your opinion why samsung is loosing ground? is it just the price of their devices?

Operating profit in the company’s IT & Mobile unit was KRW2.76 trillion ($2.35 billion), down 37.6 per cent year-on-year, on revenue of KRW26.06 trillion, down 8.4 per cent. Mobile sales make up 98 per cent of the division’s total.
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+Ramin Assadollahi I'm not familiar with the u3 but I can definitely say that Cortex-A9 cores do outperform Cortex-A7 cores in my experience.
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first sound check and measuring the power consumption of my weekend project: a small footprint active sound board for the  raspberry pi: http://assadollahi.de/power-consumption-of-the-rapsberry-pi-and-the-sound-board/
okay, i have a samsung charger for the first 10.1 inch tablet they had, usb 5.0v, 2.0a. the analyzer however shows 5.37v when nothing is connected. i think that this is even above the acceptable voltage, but i have a 1.5m amazon (“premium”) usb cable and i assume that the voltage drops along the ...
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wenn ich es recht verstehe, macht boost python schneller. und vermutlich hast du opencv in python benutzt. aber sollte ein odroid u3 nicht schnell genug sein auch ohne boost?
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okay that's good to hear. i'm fine with open cv et al but adding another complexity layer to the stack would be too much at the moment.  great work! love it!
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does anybody know the breath-taking liquid magnetic display by ferrolic? really phantastic project, when i saw it i immediately had to research how i could build one on my own. any more comments / suggestions / help? http://assadollahi.de/absolutely-fascinating-organic-display-by-ferolic/
i was immediately fascinated by the organic movements of the drops and my brain couldn't stop thinking about how to build one. we know magnetic particles from adaptive dampening in cars and we also know liquid displays as well as e-paper that turns pixels by a little magnetic current.
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okay, so i have some of that at home. i also ordered a dozen of these little boys, i hope their magnetic field is strong enough: http://www.reichelt.de/?&ACTION=2&LA=2&GROUPID=3180;SID%3D14Vbaj7KwQATYAADO6Fck0de207da4a1881cb3d3bb1ef81fd79d9
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would be great if someone could help! i got speech rec running on the raspberry pi 2, now i want phoneme recognition.
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HELP, i need some guidance which one of these three lovely old transistor radios i should choose as housing for my little babbling computer: http://assadollahi.de/help-which-casing-for-the-babble-pi/
now i need your help: i've build a “self-contained” hardware around the raspberry pi 2 to put a software on it that listens and babbles like a child (i.e. not really speech recognition but more like based on speech sounds). now i want to but the hardware into a nice casing and i checked ebay for ...
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So, I won the auctions for the third and the first. Will do videos how the pi fits in soon. 
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  • ExB Labs GmbH
    CEO, present
  • ExB Health GmbH
    CEO, present
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brain. inspired. software. see www.ptpt.de
Introduction
  • studied natural language processing / computational linguistics as one of the first in germany
  • learned that most of that is too formal or brute force engineering to match the organic nature of language and cognition
  • thus changed over to cognitive neuroscience and did 8 years of research on how the human brain processes language.
  • founded a ExB to turn these learnings into a different form of software. elegant, not bruteforce.
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first of all: dad. about 20 international patents pending or granted, 10+ peer reviewed publications in international neuroscience journals
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