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Frédérick Blais
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Pebble communication with Flask
I travel often for work so I have to spend some time in airports all around Canada.  Recently, I came across a Best Buy Express machine while waiting for my plane and decided to finally buy a Pebble : The Pebble is a nice watch for its price (100$) and what...
Pebble communication with Flask
Pebble communication with Flask
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IO Expander PCF8574 with Raspberry Pi
With the Raspberry Pi, you can easily run out of IO pins. A good way to solve that problem is too use an IO expander to give your Pi a couple more IO. On Tayda Electronics website, you have two different chips, the 8-bits PCF8574 and the 16-bits MCP23017 fr...
IO Expander PCF8574 with Raspberry Pi
IO Expander PCF8574 with Raspberry Pi
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Blasting wire tester project
I have been working on a new project for the last weeks. One of my friend is an electrical technician in a gold mine and regularly test blasting wire used to detonate dynamite. Sometimes, the wire is damaged, either open or short-circuited and he have to fi...
Blasting wire tester project
Blasting wire tester project
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PiLaunchPad : Raspberry Pi automatic program startup manager
With my Raspberry Pi, I often want that a program to start automatically at boot time. This is great to start a web server instance listening on a particular port, or any kind of server/background process. There is probably a couple of these program launche...
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PiLaunchPad : Raspberry Pi startup program manager
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Raspberry Pi control from mobile device or desktop web browser
In my disco ball hack project, I have been using my mobile phone browser to send commands to my Raspberry Pi. In this post, I will give you a quick overview on how to do the same thing and we will take a look at the code involved. I hooked up a LED and a bu...
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