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30 BeagleBone Black Projects for the Evil Genius [Format Kindle]

Christopher Rush

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Fiendishly Fun Ways to Use the BeagleBone Black!

This wickedly inventive guide shows you how to program and build fun and fascinating projects with the BeagleBone Black. You’ll learn how to connect the BeagleBone Black to your computer and program it, quickly mastering BoneScript and other programming tools so you can get started right away. 30 BeagleBone Black Projects for the Evil Genius is filled with a wide variety of do-it-yourself LED, sensor, robotics, display, audio, and spy gadgets. You’ll also get tips and techniques that will help you design your own ingenious devices.

  • Features step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations
  • Provides full schematic and breadboard layout diagrams for the projects
  • Includes detailed programming code
  • Removes the frustration factor—all required parts are listed along with sources

Build these and other clever creations:

  • High-powered LED Morse code sender
  • RGB LED fader
  • GPS tracker
  • Temperature sensor
  • Light level indicator
  • Web-controlled rover
  • Plant hydration system
  • Sentinel turret
  • 7-segment clock
  • Display for sensor information
  • Internet radio
  • Imperial march indicator
  • Intruder alert using Twitter API
  • Lie detector
  • Auto dog barker

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 160 pages
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  • Editeur : McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; Édition : 1 (23 septembre 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00MGUZ11K
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not enough "EVIL" in it for my genius! 11 septembre 2014
Par Daddio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I like the book in general. Like almost all of the books of this series, there simply isn't enough "EVIL" in it for my genius. Why don't these things have computer controlled water squirt guns or a favorite project from an old electronics magazine was a circuit that made a randomly generated noise at random intervals. I put that thing in the air vent of my roommates bedroom and he search for it for days before coming to me and saying "What have you done?" Hee hee. Priceless.

Anyway, that being said, the book carries you through quite a range of projects. It does a good job of discussing what you are doing and why. It is definitely for the more novice of us, as it starts with opening the box of the BeagleBone Black (BBB) and powering it up. But, that is fine. We all have to start somewhere. Why not start with a sound moral guidance like "Evil Genius".

A minor issue I have is that the book builds upon itself. What I mean by this is that as the projects go along, they rely on you having done the projects before. The project will say you need to install "X" software and perform "Y" task, but that task may have a dependency on the requirement tasks from projects before. For instance, you can't just jump in and do Project 18 without having setup your python environment in Project 15. Minor, but a bit of a pain.

I've also found a couple of typos that actually matter, but I have not found (with Google search and reading the book) a forum in which to report them. (ex. Page 64, Project 15 - He has you run "Opkg update && opkg install python-pip python-setuptools python smbus". There are two mistakes with this. One: I'm sure his word processor capitalized the first word of the paragraph, but UNIX is case sensitive. "Opkg" and "opkg" are not the same and it will not run. Two: He is missing a hyphen. The package name is "python-smbus", not two separate packages "python" and "smbus".

These are not major mistakes, so I only took one star (I don't know, they may be major if you don't know shell, but I do and I caught them right away. As this book assumes you are a beginner, this might be a bigger issue for most.) I wish that when you bought a hard copy of a book you automatically got the ebook version because that way you would always have a copy that was up to date when they made corrections. Further more, every tech book author should include a way to contact them. There are just too many reasons why.

Overall it is a very enjoyable look into the BBB and the projects are fun and useful. It's worth the price. Enjoy.

UPDATE: One more note, the book says you can download all of the code from github, but the site doesn't have the files. There is only a README.md file. I hope the author gets those files there soon. I don't like typing enough to type all of these projects in manually.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Beaglebone Project Book 22 septembre 2014
Par S. R. Monk - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you are looking for inspiration as to what to do with your BeagleBone Black, then this is the book for you. The projects are thoroughly described in a step-by-step manner and the Appendix includes part codes for CPC, MCM, Sparkfun and Adafruit. All the source code for the projects is available on Github, making it easy to download it directly onto the BBB.

As well as the usual doing things with LEDs, including matrix displays, the projects also include more exciting things like: a GPS tracker, a robot rover, a foam dart gun sentinel, as well as various security type projects for the would-be Evil Genius to use to protect their lair.

As with all project books, its not just about the projects themselves. along the way, you will learn a lot about connecting electronics to a BBB and how to go about programming this great device.

I have to declare an interest here in that I introduced Chris to the TAB team. But I am very glad I did. This is an excellent book and I look forward to seeing more books from Chris.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Shouldn't an evil genius be more ambitious? 4 novembre 2014
Par Brian Connors - Publié sur Amazon.com
What struck me as I leafed through this book for the first few times is that there's very little about this book that actually needs a BeagleBone Black. This is a fine book for a beginner, and might be good inspiration for a more advanced developer, but the BBB provides a lot of flexibility that the author doesn't even come close to using. (Considering how popular it is and how badly bottlenecked production was for the first half of 2014 until Element14 started making them, this is a particularly frustrating outcome.)

There isn't a lot in here that lends itself to evil, honestly, but I guess it depends on how creative you can be with a lie detector (as best as I can tell, a variant on the circuit used in Scientology's e-meter, so...?) or a spy cam. (Notable exception: the sentinel turret, which couples the BBB to an off-the-shelf USB dart launcher. That's a recipe for epic chaos of the "ow stop that" variety.) there probably could be a bit more Python code in here, since that seems to be the lingua franca for this sort of development, but Javascript is the BBB's native language and therefore the path of least resistance. Rush doesn't place as much of an emphasis on product engineering as others in the series have done, so some of these might be more brittle than you'd expect in operation. I do like the wiring diagrams, most of which were done in Fritzing and bear that program's watermark; they're as clear and unambiguous as it's possible to be, which IMHO more than makes up for the lack of color.

As I said though, the book doesn't really take advantage of the BBB's unique features. The realtime processing cores go completely unmentioned when they'd be especially useful for processing sensor data, and no project seems to use more than about a dozen of the board's vast array of GPIO connections; in fact, most of this if not all of it could be done just as easily with a Raspberry Pi. While it's a good book to get for the BBB novice, it seems better books have yet to be written.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I like the projects in this book 7 décembre 2014
Par Mark G Matlock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I have several other BeagleBone books and they give good introductory info, and have a few projects. This book on the other hand has many more projects that cover a wide range of various sensors. The schematics and code segments are easy to understand.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stick with the Paper publishing. 8 mai 2015
Par RKT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Over all the Evil Genius series is great, if only in paper back. This does not work well as a Kindle read, so I had to reorder it as a paper published. Too hard to see the illustrations on a Kindle Touch screen reader. Might try a cloud reader on your computer.
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