Yes, check this out how to do it Raspberry Pi at Southampton
"Oopsy Daisy!" which is an exclamation used when little kids stumble was born from "Up-a-daisy!" which is an exclamation used when lifting a child or to encourage them to get up.The oldest recording of a variant of the term is "Up-a-dazy" used by Johnathan Swift in his collection of letters The Journal to Stella, published in 1711:"Come stand away, let me rise... Is there a good fire? - So - up a-dazy""Up-a-dazy" seems to have stemmed from "upaday" which was an earlier dialect term. "Day" became "daisy", perhaps alluding to the child sitting among daisies. But then, the term "daisy" itself has originated from "day" because of the unusual nature of the flower to always face the sun.
You can find many biometric sensors which operate on UART. Which means you can give commands to sense a finger print, store the image, delete that image and many more. You can find the commnd format in its datasheet.Since these biometric sensors work on UART, it doesn't matter whether you use Raspberry pi or any microcontroller.I have worked on Suprema's embedded module SFM5020 and interfaced it with PIC18F97J60 microcontroller. And its pretty easy to interface.There are various cheap options available for finger print sensors
Sweet sixteen dress help: white tutu dress?
My sweet sixteen party is on June 13 and I still haven't got a dress, however I do have an idea of what I would like, and my heart is pretty much set on that. Problem is, i cant seem to find one, anywhere. I want my dress to be white, and above my knees, so its short. I'd like it to be like a corset on top but right at my hip line, I want it to come out like a tutu and be very wide. It can be mixed with another color such as red, green, blue, or even black. I just really want something very similar to the picture I have in my head. If anyone has any ideas or found one, your answers are appreciated (:
A conical tank with the vertex down is 10ft across the top and 12 ft deep.?
List all our knowns: V = (1/3)π(r^2)(h) dV/dt = -10 ft^3/min ... (it's "-" cuz it's leaving the tank) r = 10ft h = 12ft h2 = 8ft We'll set everything with respect to "h" Set up a ratio to find what "r" equals with respect to "h" r / h = 10 / 12 r = 10h / 12 So our formula becomes: V = (1/3)π (10h/12)^2(h) V = (25/108)πh^3 Differentiate dV/dt = (25/36)πh^2 * dh/dt Plug in your values dV/dt = (25/36)πh^2 * dh/dt (-10) = (25/36)π(8)^2 * dh/dt (-10) = (400/9)π * dh/dt -(9/40)π = dh/dt dh/dt = -9π / 40 cubit ft per min it's negative because the water is leaving the tank and the height is decreasing.
Is your dad computer literate and uses Windows ? If yes, then No. Don't go in for a Pi. The reason is that the Pi runs Linux if you want a GUI. And Linux is a bit hard for older people to get into after they have been using Windows. I have been after my dad to use Linux, but he finds it too esoteric. Tried both the Ubuntu interface (too confusing) and the XFE based Xubuntu (it's OK, but he has a hard time to figure out that libre office is where he will find 'word' and 'excel'.If your dad is not, then he has to learn using a computer interface. It's easier to teach in this scenario. I have the original Pi B model and it runs the OS albiet a bit slow. It has libre office and a browser. However, it's not a very polished system.My advice, get a Windows PC or Mac (Mac mini) for your dad. Unless you are around most of the time to help him out.
It will depend on how busy your tailor is. Stipulate very clearly that you need it in FOUR days and see if he or she can do it. If a 2″ waist reduction is all that’s at stake, unless the garment has several layers, it’s doable unless the tailor has a huge backlog.