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The #DIY-Thermocam is a #do-it-yourself #infrared #camera, based on the popular FLIR Lepton long-wave-infrared array sensor. Everything, from #software to #hardware, is completely #open-source! This allows everyone to modify or extend the functionalities of the device to their own needs!

Features:
- Fast #ARM #Cortex M4 processor (240MHz), based on the popular, #Arduino compatible #Teensy 3.6
- 160 x 120 pixel FLIR Lepton3 long-wave infrared array sensor for live thermographic #images
- Frame rate of up to 9 FPS (US export compliance) over the serial connection, 5 FPS on the device itself
- 2 MP visual camera to capture optical images, that can be used in a combined image
- MLX90614 single point-infrared sensor for high-precision spot temperatures (10° FOV)
- HDMI or analog #video output capabilities (640x480 pixel) over external video output module
- 3 operating modes: thermal only, thermal + visual, video recording
- 18 different color schemes including rainbow, ironblack, grayscale, hot & cold
- 3.2 inch LCD touch #display with bright colors, wide angle and resistive touch
- Save thermal and visual images with a resolution of 640x480 pixels on the device
- Save real-time videos and interval images with different time-lapse settings
- 8GB internal storage, accessible as an exchangeable SD / microSD slot
- 2500 mAh lithium polymer battery for long operation time (4-6 hours)
- Open-source firmware written in Arduino compatible C/C++ code
- Regular #firmware #updates with new features, flashable over a standalone firmware updater
- Standalone thermal viewer application to save high-quality thermal images & videos on the computer
- Fully compatible to the comprehensive thermal analysis software #ThermoVision by Joe-C
- Use simple commands to receive all thermal & configuration data over the #USB serial port with high speed

http://www.diy-thermocam.net
https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenSource #SoftwareLibre #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
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The #DIY-Thermocam is a #do-it-yourself #infrared #camera, based on the popular FLIR Lepton long-wave-infrared array sensor. Everything, from #software to #hardware, is completely #open-source! This allows everyone to modify or extend the functionalities of the device to their own needs!

Features:
- Fast #ARM #Cortex M4 processor (240MHz), based on the popular, #Arduino compatible #Teensy 3.6
- 160 x 120 pixel FLIR Lepton3 long-wave infrared array sensor for live thermographic #images
- Frame rate of up to 9 FPS (US export compliance) over the serial connection, 5 FPS on the device itself
- 2 MP visual camera to capture optical images, that can be used in a combined image
- MLX90614 single point-infrared sensor for high-precision spot temperatures (10° FOV)
- HDMI or analog #video output capabilities (640x480 pixel) over external video output module
- 3 operating modes: thermal only, thermal + visual, video recording
- 18 different color schemes including rainbow, ironblack, grayscale, hot & cold
- 3.2 inch LCD touch #display with bright colors, wide angle and resistive touch
- Save thermal and visual images with a resolution of 640x480 pixels on the device
- Save real-time videos and interval images with different time-lapse settings
- 8GB internal storage, accessible as an exchangeable SD / microSD slot
- 2500 mAh lithium polymer battery for long operation time (4-6 hours)
- Open-source firmware written in Arduino compatible C/C++ code
- Regular #firmware #updates with new features, flashable over a standalone firmware updater
- Standalone thermal viewer application to save high-quality thermal images & videos on the computer
- Fully compatible to the comprehensive thermal analysis software #ThermoVision by Joe-C
- Use simple commands to receive all thermal & configuration data over the #USB serial port with high speed

http://www.diy-thermocam.net
https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenSource #SoftwareLibre #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
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****#Pastilda: Open-source hardware password manager****
Pastilda is an open-source hardware #password #manager, designed to manage your credentials in a handy and secure way.
Pastilda works as a #middleman between your #computer and keyboard. It provides easy and safe auto-login to your #OS, bank accounts, mailboxes, corporate #network or social media. Pastilda stores #encrypted passwords in its memory. You can request a particular password at any time by pressing a special key combination on your keyboard.
Pastilda has two USB ports: one for your keyboard, one to connect to your #PC. Your OS will recognize Pastilda as a USB keyboard and a USB flash drive.
The flash drive component stores the encrypted #KeePass 2.x database (.kdbx file) and the KeePass 2.x portable #app as needed. Your real keyboard is now visible only to Pastilda, your PC won’t see it at all.
In normal working mode, all keystrokes from your keyboard are passed through Pastilda to your PC unchanged.
When you need to sign into an account, you switch to “Pastilda mode”. That’s done by placing your cursor inside the login text box and pressing the “Ctrl + ~” key combination. Pastilda will then ask you to enter the master password for your KeePass database, right in the current text box. If the password is entered correctly, Pastilda will decrypt and display your database. You can navigate through it with left, right, up, and down arrows or you can just start to input the name of the entry in your database and Pastilda will display matching variants. Once you find the entry you’re looking for, press Enter and Pastilda will automatically enter the corresponding login and password. If the password is incorrect, Pastilda gives you the option to try again or go back to regular mode by pressing the Esc key on your keyboard.

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Features & Specifications
- #Security:
- #Open-source #hardware and #software - you can trust Pastilda
- Never reveals the master key to the host
- Decrypted data stays on board, unreachable by malware
- Usability:
- List text heresummon Pastilda’s menu to any text field
- Compatibility:
- List text heresimulates a common keyboard, so it works with most systems by default, requiring no drivers or client software.
- List text hereworks with command line interfaces, BIOS, etc.
- MCU: STM32F415
- Connectivity: 2 x USB 2.0
- Memory: microSD card slot up to 32 GB
- Dimensions: 20 mm x 60 mm x 12 mm
- Weight: 50 g

https://www.crowdsupply.com/third-pin/pastilda



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Crowdsupply #Crowdfunding #Security #Privacy #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
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****#Pastilda: Open-source hardware password manager****
Pastilda is an open-source hardware #password #manager, designed to manage your credentials in a handy and secure way.
Pastilda works as a #middleman between your #computer and keyboard. It provides easy and safe auto-login to your #OS, bank accounts, mailboxes, corporate #network or social media. Pastilda stores #encrypted passwords in its memory. You can request a particular password at any time by pressing a special key combination on your keyboard.
Pastilda has two USB ports: one for your keyboard, one to connect to your #PC. Your OS will recognize Pastilda as a USB keyboard and a USB flash drive.
The flash drive component stores the encrypted #KeePass 2.x database (.kdbx file) and the KeePass 2.x portable #app as needed. Your real keyboard is now visible only to Pastilda, your PC won’t see it at all.
In normal working mode, all keystrokes from your keyboard are passed through Pastilda to your PC unchanged.
When you need to sign into an account, you switch to “Pastilda mode”. That’s done by placing your cursor inside the login text box and pressing the “Ctrl + ~” key combination. Pastilda will then ask you to enter the master password for your KeePass database, right in the current text box. If the password is entered correctly, Pastilda will decrypt and display your database. You can navigate through it with left, right, up, and down arrows or you can just start to input the name of the entry in your database and Pastilda will display matching variants. Once you find the entry you’re looking for, press Enter and Pastilda will automatically enter the corresponding login and password. If the password is incorrect, Pastilda gives you the option to try again or go back to regular mode by pressing the Esc key on your keyboard.

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Features & Specifications
- #Security:
- #Open-source #hardware and #software - you can trust Pastilda
- Never reveals the master key to the host
- Decrypted data stays on board, unreachable by malware
- Usability:
- List text heresummon Pastilda’s menu to any text field
- Compatibility:
- List text heresimulates a common keyboard, so it works with most systems by default, requiring no drivers or client software.
- List text hereworks with command line interfaces, BIOS, etc.
- MCU: STM32F415
- Connectivity: 2 x USB 2.0
- Memory: microSD card slot up to 32 GB
- Dimensions: 20 mm x 60 mm x 12 mm
- Weight: 50 g

https://www.crowdsupply.com/third-pin/pastilda



#FOSS #FLOSS #OpenHardware #HardwareLibre #Crowdsupply #Crowdfunding #Security #Privacy #Libre #Free #Freedom
 
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