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Installing the R2 simulator for ROS Indigo

What is r2? The r2 robot, which is an acronym for Robonaut 2, is a dexterous humanoid robot created by NASA, with the goal of it aiding humans in space (Robonaut 2 is just an upgrade from its predecessor, the...

2.8″ TFT LCD Touchscreen Shield

Looking for a bigger screen to interface with the Arduino Uno? Bigger than the 2.4″ TFT LCD screen, this shield is able to display a little more information than the 2.4″ screen. In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at how we would interface...

Controlling devices with the Opto-isolator Relay

Need to control devices that has high power or does not have the same power rating as the Arduino? Using an optoisolator relay is one wokr around you can choose to approach this issue. With that, this tutorial will give you a...

How to restore your GNOME desktop (Ubuntu 14.04)

Every once in a while, we will remove unnecessary or unused packages that is in our computer. But sometimes, we forget to checkout whether other packages will be removed, which may be required by some packages. With that, you unintentionally remove some packages that is...

Making Virtualbox accessible within your network

In this tutorial, we will be configuring the Virtualbox’s Network Adapter Settings so as to make the VM (Virtual Machine) accessible from all machines on your network.

Linux VNC guide

This is a short guide on how to configure Virtual Network Computing (VNC) in Linux.

Installing OpenCV in Ubuntu for Python 3

Installing OpenCV in linux for Python 3 is not that straight forward, so in this tutorial, we’ll go through the steps on how do we do it. We’ll be using a 64 bit Ubuntu 16.04 system, and Python 3.5 in...

Moving the 28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor

Stepper motor are used to move in discrete steps, which means you can control the steeper motors with precision. Where do they use stepper motors in? There are many usage of stepper motors, which includes medical scanners, 3D printers, in...

Getting started with the Pi 2

There are various things that needs to be done before we can start using the Raspberry Pi 2, which includes flashing the Raspbian OS into the MicroSD card (which is the brain of the Raspberry Pi!).