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overlay.live-video-guide-rog_ext

The ROG_EXT is by far the most popular Managed Device at Overlay.live. This very simple but effective connector helps PC enthusiasts to monitor readings from sensors on select ASUS Motherboards.

Today we are releasing our first fully fledge video tutorial of the overlay.live platform – and it’s using as an example device the ROG_EXT. Read more

overlay.live-wifi

We receive many questions from users about what USB WiFi adapters they should use on the Raspberry Pi. Surprisingly this is not just a request from Raspberry Pi 2 users – which doesn’t come with on-board wireless functionality. It seems also that “a lot” are having issues with Raspberry Pi 3 itself and deal with broken on-board wireless. Ouch :/

So to narrow down the choice for you of alternative adapters, here is a list of the known to work WiFi adapters that are fully compatible with the host OS we use for Overlay.live.

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overlay.live-tevox2-rogext-telemetry

In this guide, we will show you how to overlay Telemetric data from your ASUS ROG Motherboard using Overlay.live. For this guide we will be using Overlay.live’s Managed Device functionality.

No coding skills or linux knowledge required here. With Managed Devices it is super simple. All you need is; a RaspberryPi (2 or 3), the TeVo X2 telemetry hat and the ROG_EXT. Let’s get started! Read more

overlay.live guide to stream telemetry from a temperature and humidity sensor

They call this dogfooding… let’s try it out. Here is a guide on how to build, configure and use a temperature and humidity stream overlay with Overlay.live.

This is a small project I completed by myself in less than 2 hours. Since all the code is written, you should be able to get to the same result within less than an hour. Ready, go! Read more