Here’s a step by step using raspivid, super simple.
RPi Bluetooth and WiFi
I found it much easier to just use a USB adapter Edimax EW-7811Un, these instructions make it look easier than what I experienced with Adafruits “Ourlink” adapters. I think my new AP doesn’t support the Ourlink band, so I had a sourlink.
Here’s one from Plugable.
Bluetooth basic tutorial – from Sparkfun
BC118 BLE Mate 2 Hookup Guide – from Sparkfun…don’t get too excited…it has a limit that only allows it to comm with another matching unit…”you won’t be able to easily connect it to any other BLE modules other than another BC118″
Old School Bluetooth
Configuring The HC-05 Bluetooth Module with AT Commands – techbitar
Bluetooth HC 05 & HC 06 in Command Mode & searching & Pairing Discoverable devices – Committed to Excellence
Arduino Bluetooth Basics – tinkernutremix
HC-06 (JY-MCU) Bluetooth Serial Module: Wiring and getting started – David Watts
Innogear HC-05 Wireless Bluetooth Host Serial Transceiver Module Slave and Master RS232 For Arduino – Amazon
Some other ideas
What the Future Sounded Like – Documentary from BBC
Previous Post Subject: TFT LCD and NearIR Camera Modules on the RPi
This post we will cover input and output hardware. The PiTFT LCD output device will be used to display the near infrared camera input. We’ll cover how to uplink to Dropbox. This will be a lead in for augmented reality in later posts. The PiTFT will require software to setup, here are the steps.
Documentation on the uses of Beautiful Soup to scrape web content for values.
These were a couple of sources that had data worth graphing in Cacti
apt-get install xmorph
Arduino, Xbee, RPi
imagemagick (image processing)
ffmpeg (video generation)
opencv (video processing)
Stuff carried over
FFT and Sound processing
Syslog, Thold, and email notifications
Complex multi line batch processing with python
Your RPi book
Spell check your blog
Image mosaics and morphing
Depth and FLIR imaging
You might be on edge, but don’t jump the gun.