Videos

Oracle Grand Prix Demo in Greece: PaaS, SaaS, PaaS4SaaS

4 months ago
Watch the Oracle IoT demo with more than 10 PaaS and SaaS Oracle Services combined.

NEW Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless – $10 with WiFi + Bluetooth!

10 months ago
On the 5th anniversary of the launch of the original Raspberry Pi in 2012, the Foundation have decided to treat the community with a brand new product. A fork of the Pi Zero, but with added WiFi and Bluetooth, say hello to the Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless! Watch the video to find out more 😉 […]
WebRTC on Mobile: What are your choices? (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

WebRTC on Mobile: What are your choices? (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

1 year ago
Mobile RTC development can be hard. There can be complex notification, battery management, and user experience issues unique to the mobile environment, not to mention iOS vs. Android differences. The great news is there are a growing number of mature tools and methodologies for building with WebRTC on mobile. Tsahi will provide a framework to […]
DIY 30KM/H ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD – RASPBERRY PI POWERED

DIY 30KM/H ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD – RASPBERRY PI POWERED

1 year ago
Over the summer, I made my own electric skateboard using a £4 Raspberry Pi Zero. Controlled with a Nintendo Wiimote, capable of going 30km/h, and with a range of over 10km, this project has been pretty darn fun. In this video, you see me racing around Cambridge and I explain the ins and outs of […]
Interscatter

Interscatter

1 year ago
A team of UW CSE and EE researchers introduce Interscatter, a novel approach that enables inter-technology communication by converting Bluetooth signals into Wi-Fi transmissions over the air. The system enables power-limited devices such as brain implants, contact lenses and credit cards to communicate with everyday devices such as smartphones and smartwatches. Through Interscatter, UW researchers […]
Introduction to Hands Free Payments

Introduction to Hands Free Payments

1 year ago
Hands Free is a way to pay for items at participating stores without taking out your wallet or your phone. To get started with Hands Free, all you need to do is download the Hands Free app and set up your profile (photo, name, and payment method). When you tell the cashier, “I’ll pay with […]

NEW Raspberry Pi 3 – Quad-Core 1.2GHz, WiFi + Bluetooth!

2 years ago
BRAND NEW RASPBERRY PI 3! Featuring a quad-core 1.2GHz 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 BCM2837, 1GB of RAM and onboard WiFi + Bluetooth! Exactly 4 years on from the launch of the original Raspberry Pi, the Foundation has done it again! The latest release of everyone’s favourite $35 PC has been upgraded and given the ability to […]

(Part 2) AT-AT Bluetooth Programming

2 years ago
Continuing our special Force Friday inspired series Sam Stokes will show you how can get started in AT-AT (no, not that AT-AT) Bluetooth programming by examining some of the necessary AT commands for your Bluetooth powered devices. [1:20] Examine the AT commands  TOOLKIT Step-by-Step Instructions Integers Long variables Software Serial Example Follow the conversation @msdev […]

(Part 1) AT-AT Bluetooth Programming

2 years ago
It’s a special Force Friday inspired show folks and Sam Stokes has built something with all of you makers in mind. In part 1 we’ll show you how can get started in AT-AT (no, not that AT-AT) Bluetooth programming. [0:40] AT-AT for Bluetooth? [1:10] Building Your Bluetooth programming tool? TOOLKIT Step-by-Step Instructions Integers Long variables […]

Engaging with the Real World: Web Bluetooth and Physical Web (Chrome Dev Summit 2015)

2 years ago
Web Bluetooth opens up low level communication with an expanding ecosystem of BLE devices such as toys, vending machines, museum exhibits, kiosks and more. The Physical Web makes discovering and connecting to these objects trivial for users. Together they expand the reach of the web to even more devices around users. Scott Jenson has been […]
DevNation 2015 – Scott Stark & Burr Sutter – Developing for the Internet of Things

DevNation 2015 – Scott Stark & Burr Sutter – Developing for the Internet of Things

2 years ago
This session will be a deep dive into the world of open source software, open hardware, and the open standards that are fueling the IoT’s momentum. We will explore how to design hardware & software for connecting the physical world (the world of things) into your traditional enterprise IT infrastructure by walking through a real […]

Introduction to the Physical Web (100 days of Google Dev)

2 years ago
Scott Jenson introduces the Physical Web. The Physical Web is an extension of the web into the physical world so you can walk up and interact with any device, from a lost dog collar to a zipCar, all without installing an application first. Every smart device links to a web page so things can offer […]