How to build your own HTC Vive carrying case for carry on luggage
February 6th, 2017 | Answers, Virtual Reality
If you are travelling around a lot with your HTC Vive and looking for a way to pack it more tightly and securely, I've put together a step-by-step guide on how I built my own Vive hard case using a Pelican 1500. It now has a way to be locked, has a secure handle and should be small enough to count as carry on luggage with most airlines.
Is the Amazon Echo always listening?
December 30th, 2016 | Answers, Internet of Things
Is the Amazon Echo always listening? How does it work? Does it store its recordings? If so, can you delete them? Does it really only send audio to Amazon after hearing the wake word? I decided it was time to do some research and give a thorough answer to those questions and more.
How do I mount Raspberry Pi’s PIXEL on a PC/Mac?
December 26th, 2016 | Answers, Internet of Things
The team at the Raspberry Pi foundation recently released their new PIXEL distribution of the Raspberry Pi operating system as a bootable system for x86 PCs and Macs! If you've got an old laptop or Mac around that you don't really use anymore, you could use it to boot into Raspberry Pi PIXEL! Here's how.
Where do I find markers for JSARToolkit or awe.js augmented reality apps?
November 28th, 2016 | Answers, Augmented Reality,
One incredibly common question I receive from developers who've begun experimenting with AR in the browser is — how do I generate new AR markers for an awe.js or JSARToolkit app? Here's how.
How do I access my Raspberry Pi server over the web?
September 7th, 2016 | Answers, Internet of Things
The easiest way to access your Raspberry Pi from the web for testing things out (like a simple web server) is to use a service called ngrok. It creates a secure tunnel to your Pi's locally running server, giving you a simple public URL that you can use to access it from anywhere online.
How do I SSH into my Raspberry Pi?
June 25th, 2016 | Answers, Internet of Things
While you can run commands from the Terminal on your Pi, I prefer to SSH in and use my main computer to run through everything so I can use my main keyboard, mouse and monitor without needing to switch between two computers constantly! Here's how you can connect to your Raspberry Pi via SSH.