Did you remember Amiga computer ? If yes then you need to get a Vampire accelerator board . It uses the Apollo core which is a code compatible Motorola M68K processor but is 3 to 4 time faster than the fastest 68060 at time.
LoFive is a lightweight SiFive Freedom E310 open source SoC evaluation kit. The E310 leverages the Free and Open RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture originally developed by UC Berkeley and now has wide industry support via the RISC-V Foundation.
This is simple video for creating your own IP Camera using a USB Webcam and a Raspberry Pi in a few simple steps.Rather than using the Raspberry Pi camera module, you can use a standard USB webcam to take pictures and video on the Raspberry Pi.
A USB Pi Zero device that uses Linux kernel USB to ethernet driver and allow you to connect your Pi to any PC via USB. Check out the video and have fun!
XunLong Software has released extremely low cost 800x480 official Orange Pi 2G-IoT capacitive touch screen. Official information for this LCD Touch Screen will be only suitable with 2G-IOT Board, But i`m 100% shure that we will able to use it with Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi boards!
Amd developer Qiang Yu begun working on an open-source Mali-400 graphics driver.This new Mesa Gallium3D driver can run a simple OpenGL triangle draw application and now he working on the shader compiler bits. There is many Allwinner dev boards (also in other SoCs too) and the only thing left out is Mali, then we can have fully free systems with open drivers.
Tizen RT is an RTOS-based lightweight IoT operating system from Samsung that can fit into devices like thermostats, scales, bulbs, and more, which are typically equipped with Cortex-M/R processors with MPU, less than 2 MB RAM, and less than 16 MB Flash.
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Traditional operating systems are too complex for most IoT applications, here is list of minimal and small footprint operating systems that will be in use in most IoT devices by 2020.
Not long ago, there was a news for an iPhone radio monitor device that is been developed from "Bunnie" a well-known Xbox hacker and Novena open hardware laptop creator.In video interview with Ada, Bunnie show as an early prototype of this device.