Kernel TX1

Build Kernel and Modules – NVIDIA Jetson TX1

April 21, 2018 kangalow 0

In this article, we cover building the kernel and modules for the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 running L4T 28.2. We also build the CH341 module, which is a USB to serial converter. Looky here: Background Note: This article is for intermediate users. You should be familiar with the purpose of the Read more …

Skydio R1 Jetson Module

Skydio R1 – Jetson TX1 Based Self-Flying Camera

February 14, 2018 kangalow 0

So you’ve been working on your Jetson TX1 project for a while, and need a little inspiration. It turns out that there’s a group of people at Skydio that put together a very impressive product around the Jetson TX1. Here’s a very nice and informative preview video of the Skydio Read more …

Lex Fridman @ MIT
Deep Learning

Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars

January 31, 2018 kangalow 2

The course MIT 6.S094: Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars is currently in session. Course instructor Dr. Lex Fridman states that “Our goal is to release 1 lecture every other day until all 20 lectures and guest talks are out. It’s important to me to make this course free and open Read more …
Information 72 Hour Self Driving Car Challenge

January 25, 2018 kangalow 1

Let’s say that you are tired of fiddling around with scale cars and the idea of being confined where your car drives. Break out of that rut with during a long weekend in Brisbane, Australia! In the 72 hour challenge you will build a full size self-driving car Read more …


State of JetsonHacks 2017

December 31, 2017 kangalow 3

Thank you for reading and participating in the JetsonHacks community. Wishing everyone an absolutely great 2018! At this time of year, it is fun to recap some statistics about the website. A lot of people are curious how many other people are using JetsonHacks. JetsonHacks Website When JetsonHacks was first Read more …


RACECAR/J Chassis Preparation

November 30, 2017 kangalow 15

This is the first step of building a RACECAR/J. Here we prepare the chassis by removing parts we do not use, and upgrading the springs and bumper. Looky here: Background RACECAR/J is derived from the open source MIT RACECAR, an “open-source powerful platform for robotics research and education”. The first Read more …

Racecar/J GTC

NVIDIA Jetson Developer Challenge – Win Fame and Fortune!

October 23, 2017 kangalow 0

Okay, it’s on. As of this writing, you have 118 days to amaze your friends, and confuse your enemies. The prize pool? Currently $42,800 USD. Big ideas, big money. Here’s the challenge and money quote: Calling all great developers, engineers, scientists, startups, and students! NVIDIA is challenging you to show Read more …