#reTerminal – Installing TensorFlow, @Code and recognizing 🐿️🐺 using a Camera πŸ€³

Hi ! Let’s start with some posts using reTerminal with a very simple scenario: Install TensorFlow and Code on reTerminal to run an object recognition app. The desired output is something similar to this one. Live demo in a tweet ! https://twitter.com/elbruno/status/1481002326110445572?s=20 And letΒ΄s start with the base commands to install Visual Studio Code. Oficial…… Continue reading #reTerminal – Installing TensorFlow, @Code and recognizing 🐿️🐺 using a Camera πŸ€³

#reTerminal – Installing OpenCV, and using a USB WebCam πŸ€³

Hi ! Let’s start with some posts using reTerminal with a very simple scenario: Connect a Camera to the device and show the camera feed in reTerminal display The output is something similar to this one. And letΒ΄s start with the base code to run this, based on my previous posts on OpenCV (see references)…… Continue reading #reTerminal – Installing OpenCV, and using a USB WebCam πŸ€³

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor πŸ‘€ in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module – Full Series

Hi ! It’s time to close the the series of posts about how to create an Azure IoT Edge module to be run in Raspberry Pi registered as an Azure IoT Edge Device. This series also covers how to access to specifics sensors connected to the device and send telemetry, and more. I’m missing the…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor πŸ‘€ in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module – Full Series

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (6/N)

Hi ! In my previous post I shared some details on how to configure the Azure IoT Module to interact with the sensors / servos / LEDs connected to the Raspberry Pi. I also shared the base code to send telemetry. Let’s add some more details related to the Send Telemetry part. Send Telemetry In…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (6/N)

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (5/N)

Hi ! So, as a final post, here are some notes related to the Container Create option and also how to send telemetry from the device. Container Create Option This is the Container Create Option configuration that I define for the module. This specific configuration allows the access to the i2c components (raspberry pi pins)…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (5/N)

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (4/N)

Hi ! In my previous post I the steps to create an Azure IoT Module interacting with Grove sensors in a Raspberry Pi. I won’t write about Azure Container Registry, check the references section for more information. At this point I’ll azure we have an ARM32 image is published and ready to use from an…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (4/N)

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (3/N)

Hi ! In my previous post I shared a Python script that reads value from a Grove sensor and send the values as device telemetry to Azure IoT Hub. In today’s post I’ll share some insights and lessons learned on how to pack this as an Azure IoT Module. In the references section I shared…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (3/N)

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (2/N)

Hi ! Following on my previous post on reading the sensor values, today’s I’ll share a new code sample, triggering this information as device telemetry in Azure IoT. In the references section, you can find some tutorials on how to create an Azure IoT Hub, and also how to create a Edge Device on the…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (2/N)

#AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (1/N)

Hi ! I’m a big fan of SeeedStudio Grove products. When you are prototyping IoT devices, the grove connectors are super fast way to work. You basically avoid all the wiring, and just connect cables betwen a IoT device like a Raspberry Pi, and sensors like a Temperature and Humidity monitor. Again, no wiring, no…… Continue reading #AzureIoT – Using a Raspberry Pi Grove Sensor in an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module (1/N)

#RaspberryPi – Ice Tower: The best cooler for your device! From 70C to <40C in a 60 minutes process running at 100% in all 4 cores

Hi! The Raspberry Pi 4 is an amazing device, and if you have been tracking the different usage scenarios for the device, you probably noticed that heat is an issue. I’ve using some Aluminum Heatsink, however still in some heavy scenarios the device temperature can be up to 70C or more. I found out that…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Ice Tower: The best cooler for your device! From 70C to <40C in a 60 minutes process running at 100% in all 4 cores