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This interactive “radio” has eight stations of computer-generated speech, presented in a tunable, faux old-time cathedral radio.
Use C.H.I.P. to make any old speakers AirPlay speakers. Use several C.H.I.P.s to make a network for a multiroom audio experience!
Bring Teddy Ruxpin back to life, but on your own terms! Make him say whatever you want, or have him search twitter to read tweets!
Block ads for your entire network by connecting your C.H.I.P. to your network and installing the Pi-hole software. Vanquish advertisements!
Every evil genius has to start somewhere, so let's start by blinking an LED with a C.H.I.P. and a BASH script.
Track local aircraft traffic in real-time.
CHIP can be used as a router by taking incoming connection from Ethernet connector to share an Internet connection wireless.
This article shows how you can build a mobile application that connects to your C.H.I.P. using Bluetooth Low Energy.
Turn CHIP into a ready-to use simple synthesizer, capable of creating a huge variety of sounds. Control it with a MIDI keyboard or even OSC!
A portable computer for your smartphone.
This project will show how to install and use the Swift programming language on the C.H.I.P.
Make Your Own NOTEBOOK Using CHIP.
Teach your See 'n Say to say more than just animal noises!
By adding a C.H.I.P., an amp, and a hard drive, I've put my entire music library inside a pair of handsome old speakers I control over WiFi.
Re-fresh your old perfectly working printer to enjoy the benefits of wireless printing!
Use Chip with Firebase to control two LED lights from any web browser and any internet connection.
Running a Boinc project on CHIP is easy and a great way to test your new CHIP board.
We've compiled and categorized these resources, for reference and inspiration!
How to drive a motor from C.H.I.P. (In this case, controlled by a button and confirmed by an LED.)
Continue down your path to world domination by bending an LED to your will with a CHIP and a button.
This is RocketC.H.I.P.: a C.H.I.P. with specially configured WiFi and the circuity to control a relay. We use it to launch hobby rockets.
Ever left your freezer door open, only to find you spoiled your entire stock of frozen strawberries? This project aims to prevent that.
It will notify you when unknown devices connect to your WiFi, monitor internet speed, and alert you when your Internet connection drops.
This is the famous MeArm robot arm, but now powered by the mighty CHIP!
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