Electronics are ever becoming more advanced but their users, humans, have barely kept up with the changes. But this is something that some companies are attempting to address by trying to bridge the gap between humans and the digital world in the form of neuron-circuit connections.
June 04, 2017 by Robin Mitchell
Beaglebone Black is the most recent incarnation of the Beaglebone open source hardware platform. For less than $50, the board includes Ethernet, graphics processing, 4Gb of nonvolatile storage, and ports supporting USB, HDMI, and Beaglebone's custom I/O add-ons, called "capes". Here's how to run some simple commands to toggle digital I/O on the board!
August 17, 2015 by Nash Reilly