A basic example of how to communicate with a PS3 controller on a Raspberry Pi and have things reacting to its input. Once you got these basics the possibilities are endless!
Wouter De Schuyter
An ambitious, passionate Full Stack Developer
Want to configure manually the master address of your PS3 controller and have it automatically connect to your Raspberry Pi? It's really not that complicated and and takes only 5 minutes to configure! Here's a step-by-step guide, for macOS that is, but it will probably work for Linux as well if you take out the macOS specifics.
Installing NodeJS on a Raspberry Pi used to be something difficult. However it's really straightforward and easy to do these days by downloading a pre-compiled archive from the NodeJS archives.
I am not sure how it happened, but somehow Google discovered index.php on my website, even though it isn't linked anywhere. And because I use absolute paths everywhere it also started indexing those URLs resulting in a lot of duplicate content, which is obviously not too good for SEO.
Since mid February I joined some friends and ex-colleagues to help them out with their startup, Delta. Today we launched the 1.7 version, being the first release that I also contributed a lot to. I'm very proud of what we accomplished in just a few weeks and the overall end result. I hope you'll like it too!
It's been a while since I did a weekend project, but this weekend was one of these! I wanted to hack something together so I could view a live camera stream from anywhere in the world and control it (as in: rotate it left and right) with a simple web interface.
I'm not sure if you have seen the last season of Black Mirror, and to be more specific: episode 5, Metalhead. But after seeing this video earlier this week of Boston Dynamics their latest creation I think I almost pooped my pants!