Cellular & GPS Enabled Pi Zero: Fona + Pi 3

What if your Raspberry Pi 3 could access internet services from anywhere? What if your Fona Cellular GSM and GPS breakout had the brains of a full Linux computer behind it? What if you could access the Fona’s cellular capabilities and GPS data from a Raspberry Pi at the same time? Well, you’d have a pretty sweet start to any IoT project you can think of. And this tutorial’s gonna help you do it. ———————– Project level: Advanced Beginner Approximate time to complete: 40 minutes Approximate impressiveness: Immeasurable ———————– In this step-by-step tutorial, you will: setup a serial connection between the Fona and the Pi 3 learn how to use the Fona’s cellular connection to give the Pi internet access learn how to access the Fona’s built-in GPS setup the Pi 3 to collect GPS info and then stream it over a cellular connection This tutorial is part of the series, “Learning How to Build Real IoT Applications” >>
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PubNub Live Twitter Dashboard (feat. President Trump)

We live in the age of social media. Approximately 6,000 tweets are tweeted every second! It’s no wonder that social media has begun to affect more than how many cat videos you watch a day. In the same way that the debut of the home television affected the 1960 U.S. Presidential election, social media has become an entirely new variable in the complex equation of public decision making. As exciting as it is to be living in such a connected time, it’s even more exciting to have access to tools that let us, everyday people, explore and catalog and observe the 6,000 public view points being expressed every second! Using a combination of Twitter’s API, IBM Watson’s Sentiment Analysis, and Initial State’s data visualization all working together through the PubNub Data Stream Network, I decided to take a look at how people feel about the current U.S. President, Donald Trump. This provides a way to look at popular opinion on your own and also seems to validate the idea of negativity bias. I’m going to walk you through what I’ve done so you can perform your own experiments! In this tutorial you will: Use PubNub’s stream consuming the Twitter API …
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