HACKABLE Magazine No. 15 came out

hackable_15_couverture_250px number 15 HACKABLE Magazine came out. reading and fixtures to the long winter evenings the time change announced…
Before moving on to the content I would like to tell you an anecdote: at the Nantes conference, I was chatting with the participants. One of them asks me in what magazine I saw a montage. I answer him in Hackable ( I speak in good french: ‘ A Cable ‘). Many people look at me with wide eyes. “ what magazine? «…» A moment of hesitation and one of the participants said “ Ah yes, Hackable! “(he pronounces” Ha! “) What bowl ‘🙂). Well Yes, in good frenchy when I read a Word with A, I pronounced A! Suddenly a doubt hugged me… as they say in the SNCF. So I asked Denis, the editor-in-Chief of the magazine, how he pronounced HACKABLE…

my response:

Yep, I also noticed this ‘effect ‘. The thing is, no matter how it used, it works: ‘this thing is completely hackable’ or ‘this thing is fully hackable’ 🙂
you say how you? 😀
I think I tend to pronounce it in English but in force to hear the two I translate on the fly. At the same time, I also pronounce Caesar in “ciiiisere”

a response very much in the tone of the blog 😀

then question:


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that being said, we will be able to watch more closely the contents of this number…


in this issue:

check your power of lab. with your Raspberry Pi

hackable_15_alimentation lab power supplies are, for the most recent, equipped with plugs to control remotely from a computer. A bit of Python and a Raspberry Pi, you can order your power supply. from the RasPi for example automated controls. Although this was very funny, this article deals with power supplies RIGOL but should be able to be adapted to other brands.

standalone recorder using Arduino

hackable_15_enregistreur equipped with a clock, RTC, an EEPROM to expand the memory and a sensor of temperature, humidity, pressure, this recorder built around an Arduino can give you many services.

a lantern which reacts to the touch

hackable_15_lanterne found on a flea market, this Lantern has returned to life thanks to the LED Neopixels and an Arduino.

lanterne_ricore before final mounting a Ricoré box (free advertising 😉) was used for susceptibility testing.

connect an Arduino Bluetooth

hackable_15_bluetooth_arduino two articles explain how to set up a BlueTooth module and use it on an Arduino to control it from a smartphone.

a LCD display to know the address of a Raspberry Pi

hackable_15_adresseip when your Raspberry Pi is used for headless (no keyboard or screen) this accessory displays the IP address of the IP.


in this article you will learn how to connect the screen to the GPIO, but also how to integrate the script into systemd (and I agree with Denis for what concerns the transition to systemd which does not really facilitate things 🙁)

pilcd_run then each time you start the display will show the address of the Raspberry Pi.

share your projects on Github

hackable_15_github Github hosts and allows the management of the codes of your projects and those of the other 😉 article explains how to use github. The application is interesting since ALL programs (sources and Arduino sketch) of this number 15 of HACKABLE Magazine is on github (you guessed?): https://href.li/?https://github.com/Hackable-magazine/Hackable15

hackable_15_batterie with the fall of the price of external batteries, more projects are based on the use of batteries for power supply. The problem and that is the os, it is that they are batteries for the charging of smartphones. There is so a system that detects the full charge of the smartphone and… cut the power.

batt_enroute when feeding an Arduino and some sensors, it happens that the power turns off after a few minutes. This article analyzes the causes and proposes a solution to this problem.

as usual a number of Hackable Magazine to have in my library (technical). 100 pages to taste without moderation.

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