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Raspberry Pi Video Camera, BoneScript on the Beagle
NERP is not exclusively raspberry pi, the small computer interest group at
Pumping Station:One in Chicago.
We've been wondering what it's like to work with the new Raspberry Pi camera module. Tonight we're in luck. Craig LeMoyne has a Raspberry Pi project he'll show us tonight. In his words:
“I have an RPi Model A in my basement running Apache2 and taking pictures
using the new Camera Module every few seconds of a wet area that I *hopefully* managed to patch. It is good fun, and I can also do timelapse video from the pictures. The Pi will even compile the timelapse for me!”
Drew Fustini will introduce us to programming the Beagle Bone Black in BoneScript.
“BoneScript is a node.js-based language specifically optimized for the Beagle family and featuring familiar Arduino function calls, exported to the browser. Get started exploring the BoneScript Library to discover the great simplicity that is made possible by utilizing Linux in BoneScript.”
Find NERP and Pumping Station:One
NERP meets at 7pm 6-3-13 at Pumping Station:One, 3519 N. Elston Ave. in Chicago.
Doors open at 6:30pm. NERP is free and open to the public.
Ed Bennett ed @ kinetics and electronics . com
[I couldn't post full list of links in the meeting review... and feeling a bit too lazy atm to edit the wiki]
I enjoyed Craig's great presentation of the Pi camera - my first time seeing it up close (groovy we have a local Adafruit reseller, too: http://chicagodist.co.... And also enjoyed seeing Brad's Pi camera, too. Here's some links I mentioned while demoing the BeagleBone Black (BBB):
CircuitCo Wiki - BBB page:
Main mailing list for all Beagles [Board, White Bone, Black Bone]:
CircuitCo's BeagleBoardToys site which lists capes:
Newark element14 has BBB in stock:
[there's more than qty 20; the true stock level isn't revealed for some SKUs]
(posts on BoothStache [BeagleStache+Big Red Button], real-time with the PRU, LCD interfacing, ARM NEON instructions, etc)
Beaglebone black hackerspace challenge team: https://groups.google...
please join if interested! we are looking at using motion control for CNC project. using the real-time PRU to generate stepper pulses based on commands sent from (non-realtime) Linux userland.