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- Scroll down for Raspberry Pi stuff.
- When I think of electronics, I think of creative projects. On this page, I want to share with you here (listed below) a few interesting sites to fuel your creativitiy. First, I want to share this idea:
- I believe that we can generate a lot of electricity by connecting generators to treadmills, exercise bikes, and regular bikes. This effort could recharge batteries. Remember that laptops only use about 20 volts DC. Imagine riding your bike to work or riding a stationary bike and recharging a battery at the same time. You could generate enough electricity to power your computer for a long time. I know this is possible; someone needs to develop an efficient way to do it.
How Stuff Works
This web site is just a great resource.
I put it here with the electronics, but it has much more.
- Make Magazine
This is a magazine for inventors and DIY people.
Cool resources and project ideas - Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more
Make computer keys out of anything. Cool project
Yes, this still exists, especially the web site. It has a lot of the parts you need
for all your computer parts
They just made their archives all available for free online.
I like the news and project ideas in this magazine.
This magazine reports some interesting research.
More good sites to get various electronics kits and parts:
- elexp.com (Electronics Express)
- vellemanusa.com (electronics)
- vgocom.com (remote control robot, good height)
- Solar Cells
This company is producing high efficiency solar panels.
- General Electric
This is one example of what some creative people are doing.
Main page for the Raspberry Pi Foundation:
- a lot of raspberry pi projects on Instructables.com:
- More Pi project ideas 1:
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- More Pi project ideas 5:
Assembly language course (2002 but still relevant)
at Washington University in Saint Louis
instructor: Prof. John W. Lockwood : email@example.com
complete online text:
The Art of Assembly Language Programming Randall Hyde (first edition)
chapter 1 of the textbook:
(From there, you can find the rest of the text, all available for free online.)
Also check out the Arduino.
more links and info to come
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