Say hello to the first round of BeagleBone Black case winners! We picked 10 of the entries we saw or were emailed, if you entered and did not win – check back each week, we still have 30 more to give away over the next 3 weeks! Congratulations to all the winners, we’ll be contacting you to send your BeagleBone Black case you can also email us (email@example.com) to claim your prize!
Roshan writes –
First experiments with my BeagleStick – a PixelPainter built using a BeagleBone Black. My submission for the #beagleboneblackcase
Diy floppy based penplotter driven by BeagleBone.
Wes writes in-
This is a proof of concept for using a small graphical LCD with the ST7565 chipset as a character device in Linux. So far, the code has been tested on a BeagleBone Black running Debian 7.0 (Wheezy) connected to this LCD.
Walter writes –
A BeagleBone Black is going to run the Qt5 TCP/UDP server on MyzharBot for remote control.
Ed writes in-
This is my entry for your beaglebone black case contest. Its actually the same wiring as your Pi LCD plate but I used a 8×2 display.
Max writes in-
The BeagleBone GamingCape transforms your BeagleBone into a full fledged hand-held gaming console capable of playing all the classics such as NES, Gameboy, Sega GameGear, and even Doom. Just drop in 4 AAA batteries and you’ll be playing your favourite games discretely at work in no time.
Beagle Board Black with my very first OSHPark PCB. “Thermo Numitron CLock” nodejs provides XML read by my HomeAmation windows phone application.
My little entry in the bbb case contest… #ledscape #neopixel
Fun with #beaglebone *and* lecroy #logicstudio16 analyzer!
Andrew writes in-
I’ve had my BBB mounted on the Adafruit proto plate for the last six months or so and it has worked great for my projects. In fact, it shows up in pretty much every picture that I take of my BBB.
Also check out his BeagleSNES project!
From February 1, 2014 to March 1, 2014, in partnership with TI/BeagleBone Adafruit will be giving away 10 BeagleBoneBlack cases per week, all you need to do is share your project and we’ll pick 10 a week for 4 weeks! Share a photo or video of your BeagleBone Black project on Flickr (1/2), Twitter (1/2), Vine, Youtube (1/2), Instagram (1/2), Google+ (1/2) or Facebook (1/2) and tag it: #beagleboneblackcase. Be sure to check the links to see if it’s searchable on the social/photo networks you’ve shared it with. You can also email it (firstname.lastname@example.org). We’ll post the winners each week on the Adafruit blog! Be sure to check back each week to see if you’ve won! You can only win once, however you can share as many projects as you’d like!