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=='''Project Types'''==
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== Retro Gaming Projects ==
 
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{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
Below you will find a selection of frequent applications and projects for PINE64 devices. Select the project and the device you wish to learn more about or contribute an article to. 
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! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
 
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|-
<table width="100%" valign="top">
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| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
<tr valign="center">
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[[File:Retrogame_icon.png | frame | Most PINE64 devices are capable of emulating old computer and video game consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System. ]]
<td width="70%">
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{|  
 
+
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
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|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
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! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
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! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
{|
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! style="text-align: float:center; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
|style="vertical-align:top"|
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! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
[[File:Retrogame_icon.png]]
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|-
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Retro Game Projects'''<br />
+
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || PINEBOOK || ROCK64
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
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== Desktop Computer Projects ==
 
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{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
{|
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! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Desktop Applications of PINE64 SBCs
|style="vertical-align:top"|
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|-
[[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
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| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Pinebook'''<br />
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[[File:Computer_icon.png | frame | All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting as destkop computers. This includes a variety of Linux destkop environments (such as Mate or XFCE) as well as different types of Android. ]]
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
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{|  
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 +
|-
 +
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
|}
 
|}
 
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Computer_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Desktop Computer Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
== Network Attached Storage (NAS) Projects ==
 
+
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
{|
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! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | NAS Projects
|style="vertical-align:top"|
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|-
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
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| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
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[[File:NAS_icon.png | frame | Most PINE64 Single Board Computers feature Gigabit Ethernet connections and multiple USB 2.0 / 3.0 ports, and are therefore well suited for domestic NAS applications.]]
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
+
{|  
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 +
|-
 +
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
|}
 
|}
 
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:NAS_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''NAS Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
== Media Server and Player Projects ==
 
+
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
{|
+
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | NAS Projects
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
|-
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
+
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
+
[[File:Mediaplayer_icon.png | frame | All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting at media servers as well as playback devices. Dedicated Linux destributions such as LibreELEC as well as Android TV make for great couch media consumption experiences. Your device may also perform the role of a media server.]]
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
+
{|  
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 +
|-
 +
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
|}
 
|}
 
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Mediaplayer_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Media Server/Player Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
== Projects Utilising General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) Pins ==
 
+
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
{|
+
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
|-
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
+
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
+
[[File:GPIO_icon.png | frame | All PINE64 Single Board Computers have a set of GPIO pins that you can use in your project. The PINEBOOK can also make use GPIO using different means ... you can read about them in this section.]]
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
+
{|  
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:center; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 +
|-
 +
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || PINEBOOK || ROCK64
 
|}
 
|}
 
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
{|
+
|}
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:GPIO_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''GPIO Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
== Server and Docker Projects ==
 
+
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
{|
+
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Server/Docker Projects
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
|-
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
+
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
+
[[File:server_icon.png | frame | All PINE64 Single Board Computers can be used as a wide variety of servers. Common applications include LAMP and Docker servers, but a there is nearly a limitless amount of plausible server applications.]]
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
+
{|  
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 +
|-
 +
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
|}
 
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Pinebook'''<br />
 
<hr />machinehum and MarkHaysHarris777 | [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=5055 uSD Breakout]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
== Cluster Computing Projects ==
 +
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
 +
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Cluster Projects
 +
|-
 +
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
 +
[[File:Cluster_icon.png | frame | Have you got two or more PINE64 Single Board Computer board? Consider building a cluster. Clutering of two or more PINE64 boards presents as a fantastic oportunity to explore and learn about node failure management, task scheduling, debuggin, data sharing and much more.]]
 +
{|
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:server_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Server/Docker Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Hypriot OS | [http://blog.hypriot.com/post/the-pine-a64-is-about-to-become=the-cheapest-ARM-64-bit-platform-to-run-Docker/ The Pine A64 is about to become the cheapest ARM 64-bit platform to run Docker]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
== Home Automation Projects ==
 +
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
 +
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Home Automation Projects
 +
|-
 +
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
 +
[[File:Homeautomation_icon.png | frame | PINE64 Single Board Computers - all equipped with milti-core SOCs and GPIO - can become an adition to, or the basis for, your home automation project. Use an existing platform like OpenHAB which is compatible with commercially available devices, add aditional functionality to MotionEye, or just hack away and make things your own.]]
 +
{|
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 +
|-
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 +
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Cluster_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Cluster Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Climbers.net | [http://climbers.net/sbc/bargain-pine-a64-cluster/ Bargain 5 Node Cluster of PINE A64+]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
== Robotics Projects ==
 +
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
 +
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Robotics Projects
 +
|-
 +
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
 +
[[File:Robotic_icon.png | frame | Use your PINE64 Single Board Computer featuring a milti-core SOCs and GPIO to have a go at robotics. Download an existing Open Source robotics project from Github or start your own; browse this section for inspiration and resources.]]
 +
{|
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
+
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
{|
+
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
|-
[[File:Homeautomation_icon.png]]
+
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || ROCK64
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Home Automation Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
 
|}
 
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
== PADI IoT Stamps Projects ==
 +
{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
 +
! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | PADI Projects
 +
|-
 +
| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
 +
[[File:PADIstamp_icon.png | frame | PADI is a tiny microcontroller that can be used in conjunction with your PINE64 SBC or the Pinebook ]]
 +
{| class="wikitable"
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! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
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! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
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! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| John Doe || PADI || link || Notes about the project
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Robotic_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Robotic Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
|}
 
  
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
  
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
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== Other Projects ==
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{| style="border: 2px solid black; border-spacing: 0; margin: 1em auto;"
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! style="border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background: #efefef;" | Other Projects
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|-
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| colspan="3" style="border: 1px solid black; text-align: center; border-spacing: 0" |
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[[File:Otherproject_icon.png | frame | You have no doubt come up with something that we didn't think about, and that is truly great. Perhaps your project is interesting enough that it will be granted its own section. After all if you have imagination then sky is the limit.]]
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{|
 +
|+'''Suitable Devices for this Project'''
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
+
! style="text-align: float:left; margin:0.46em 0.2em; width: 175px;" | [[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
{|
+
! style="text-align: float:center; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
|style="vertical-align:top"|
+
! style="text-align: float:right; margin:0.46em 0.2emc; width: 175px;" | [[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
[[File:PADIstamp_icon.png]]
+
|-
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PADI IoT Stamps Projects'''<br />
+
| PINE A64/A64+ || PINE A64-LTS/SoPine || PINEBOOK || ROCK64
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Author(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Device(s)
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Project Link
 +
! scope="col" style="width: 175px;" | Notes
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 +
|-
 +
| John Doe || A64 || link || Notes about the project
 
|-
 
|-
| width=25% style="vertical-align:top"|
+
| Jane Doe || LTS || link || Notes about the project
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Otherproject_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Other Projects'''<br />
 
<hr />Select board platform
 
|}
 
 
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:PINE_A64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
|}
 
 
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
 
 
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:ROCK64-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''ROCK64'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
|}
 
 
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
  
{|
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|
 
[[File:Pinebook-small_icon.png]]
 
|style="vertical-align:top"|'''Pinebook'''<br />
 
<hr />Author Name | [[Projects Link]]
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
TEST TABLE
 
 
 
'''
 
 
 
 
  
 
== Retro Gaming Projects ==
 
== Retro Gaming Projects ==

Revision as of 15:32, 30 October 2017

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There are currently 67 projects on this wiki.

Retro Gaming Projects

PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
Most PINE64 devices are capable of emulating old computer and video game consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Desktop Computer Projects

Desktop Applications of PINE64 SBCs
All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting as destkop computers. This includes a variety of Linux destkop environments (such as Mate or XFCE) as well as different types of Android.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Network Attached Storage (NAS) Projects

NAS Projects
Most PINE64 Single Board Computers feature Gigabit Ethernet connections and multiple USB 2.0 / 3.0 ports, and are therefore well suited for domestic NAS applications.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Media Server and Player Projects

NAS Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting at media servers as well as playback devices. Dedicated Linux destributions such as LibreELEC as well as Android TV make for great couch media consumption experiences. Your device may also perform the role of a media server.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Projects Utilising General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) Pins

PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers have a set of GPIO pins that you can use in your project. The PINEBOOK can also make use GPIO using different means ... you can read about them in this section.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Server and Docker Projects

Server/Docker Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers can be used as a wide variety of servers. Common applications include LAMP and Docker servers, but a there is nearly a limitless amount of plausible server applications.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Cluster Computing Projects

Cluster Projects
Have you got two or more PINE64 Single Board Computer board? Consider building a cluster. Clutering of two or more PINE64 boards presents as a fantastic oportunity to explore and learn about node failure management, task scheduling, debuggin, data sharing and much more.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Home Automation Projects

Home Automation Projects
PINE64 Single Board Computers - all equipped with milti-core SOCs and GPIO - can become an adition to, or the basis for, your home automation project. Use an existing platform like OpenHAB which is compatible with commercially available devices, add aditional functionality to MotionEye, or just hack away and make things your own.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Robotics Projects

Robotics Projects
Use your PINE64 Single Board Computer featuring a milti-core SOCs and GPIO to have a go at robotics. Download an existing Open Source robotics project from Github or start your own; browse this section for inspiration and resources.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

PADI IoT Stamps Projects

PADI Projects
PADI is a tiny microcontroller that can be used in conjunction with your PINE64 SBC or the Pinebook
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe PADI link Notes about the project


Other Projects

Other Projects
You have no doubt come up with something that we didn't think about, and that is truly great. Perhaps your project is interesting enough that it will be granted its own section. After all if you have imagination then sky is the limit.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Retro Gaming Projects

PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
Most PINE64 devices are capable of emulating old computer and video game consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project