Building a Bluetooth DAC with Raspberry Pi Zero W

My car comes with a built-in Bluetooth hands-free but unfortunately it does not support audio streaming. Luckily there is an AUX input available which uses a regular 3,5 mm jack. Perfect opportunity for a DIY project. I built the Bluetooth DAC using Raspberry Pi Zero W and a DAC hat. This post depicts the details of this project. Continue reading “Building a Bluetooth DAC with Raspberry Pi Zero W”

Embedded development with Yocto and Rust

Customized Linux distribution and a safe systems programming language sounds like a very interesting combination for embedded development. That is what makes Yocto and Rust such a good match. So, I wanted to see how Rust projects could be cross-compiled with Yocto-generated toolchain and root filesystem. The steps are described in this post. Continue reading “Embedded development with Yocto and Rust”