Resin-in-resin: how to make a literal "embedded" device

This project is also on Hackaday! Resin.io does a lot of cool stuff. But if you had to say what we do in one sentence, it's this: "resin.io enables you to safely deploy and manage fleets of embedded devices that you might not have physical access to." I'm

The making of Boombeastic: a Raspberry Pi-based connected speaker

A high-quality, stand-alone, fast-prototyped, connected speaker Preface On a June hack Friday I decided to prototype a Raspberry Pi based speaker that could become a hack-friendly platform for the community. I was also interested in experimenting with a fast-prototyping approach involving resin.io. My goals for the project were to:

Our Resinified Office Lock

If it's Friday, then it's usually time for Friday Hacks at resin.io! This means working on a project of our own interests - as long as it is connected to resin.io in some way. We have many dozens of hacking and maker ideas floating around in our team,

STICH: Inexpensive Coordinated GSM Anomaly Detection

Today's "interesting resin.io use case" is coming to you fresh from DEF CON 24, which just finished last weekened). If you haven't heard about it yet, DEF CON is the biggest annual hacker convention, which hosts a large number of computer security specialist and researchers, lawyers, students, hackers, and