We just posted a tutorial on how to use Socket.IO and BoneScript to control a BeagleBone Black from a remote device. With the example code you’ll be able to control the brightness of LED’s from a mobile device (cell phone, tablet) and use motion to control the LED’s. The code uses Node.js as the web server, […]
We’ve had such a passionate response to our original BeagleBone WiFi installation tutorial that we’ve created updated instructions and troubleshooting tips for the latest Linux Debian release. You can find the updated tutorial here. The Logic Supply UWN100 and UWN200 Compact USB Wifi Adapters are great for use with the BeagleBone Black. These adapters are based on […]
The HDMI port on the BeagleBone Black is implemented as a virtual cape. This virtual cape uses pins on the expansion headers, limiting the available pins. If you don’t need HDMI you gain 20 more GPIO pins by disabling the HDMI cape. Other reasons for disabling HDMI are to make UART 5 and the flow […]
Logic Supply is adding the BeagleBone Black to our product line, along with a range of accessories and services. The new BeagleBone Black is the next generation open source hardware development platform from BeagleBoard.org. This credit-card-sized ARM based computer is the perfect prototyping platform for developers.
The Inc. 5000 is an annual list compiled by Inc. Magazine identifying the fastest growing private companies in America. Last year, we were recognized on their 2008 list, and this year we are on it once again. Logic Supply has position 2191 on the Inc. 5000 list for 2009. Within the segment “Computer Hardware” we’re featured […]