Blog Archives

Amazon Alexa + Raspberry PI + Our first steps together

These were my requirements when I started this small project: I want to be able to have Alexa understand any kind of commands I may find appropriate for my projects. (I.e. beyond things like “Alexa turn on the lights” or “Alexa

Posted in Uncategorized

Photo Wall with Wood Frames

We saw in the past blogs how to display a nice Photo Wall using JavaFX and how cgi-bin scripts can randomly choose the photos to be displayed, with versions for Mac (any “regular” Linux probably, too) as well as for

Posted in Uncategorized

WallFX – Java Photo Wall for Raspberry PI

In the last 3 blogs (1, 2, 3) I explained how the first attempt to run a Photo Wall on a Raspberry Pi failed as there is no browser on Pi able to use the GPU and efficiently run the code

Posted in Uncategorized

cgi-bin scripts for the Photo Wall #2

After we discussed about how to scale the images for the Photo Wall on a desktop computer in the first part of this blog, we may imagine that keeping an additional computer running just to serve the photo wall it’s

Posted in Uncategorized

cgi-bin scripts for the Photo Wall #1

I mentioned in my previous blog that performance of HTML5 canvas on a Raspberry PI is not something to impress that much; not at all. And this was something I had in my mind from the beginning and my hope

Posted in Uncategorized

Photo Wall on Pi

There is a moment in which you start wondering: Why do I take thousands a pictures in every vacation with a “real” camera, and dozens of photos every week with the mobile phone ? Who will ever have the time

Posted in Uncategorized

Raspberry PI – Doing Automation

… Or how to eMail the PI to sprinkle your grass. Welcome to the 3rd and last part of this integrated project I started with the Raspberry Pi – Surveillance WebCam in the Cloud and continued with the Raspberry PI

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Raspberry PI