Top 10 raspberry pi 2 alternatives

Under given is my list of top 10 alternatives of raspberry pi 2 boards for embedded system developments. 1. BeagleBone Black as Raspberry PI 2 alternative BeagleBone Black Price: $49 What is BeagleBone Black? [caption id="attachment_7134" align="aligncenter" width="203"] BeagleBone Black as Raspberry PI 2 alternative[/caption] BeagleBone Black is a low-cost, community-supported development platform for deve ...

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Willy the Self-Driving Toy Car

 For our final project, we built a self-driving car that takes in inputs for a final destination and drives itself from its initial location to the final destination. The idea for this final project requires an LCD to display the location that the car is already at and allows a user to input coordinates for where he or she would like the car to drive itself to. By using a GPS receiver, the car can track its ...

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Free E-Book – Raspberry Pi User Guide

Description of this Free E-Book: This book explores a number of things you can do with your Raspberry Pi, from controlling hardware with Python, to using it as a media centre, or building games in Scratch. The beauty of the Raspberry Pi is that it’s just a very tiny general-purpose computer (which may be a little slower than you’re used to for some desktop applications, but much better at some other stuff t ...

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Raspberry Pi Video Tutorial by Lynda

Up and Running with Raspberry Pi The Raspberry Pi is a small, cheap, single-board computer that opens a new door to computer exploration. Simple to use and program, it can be embedded in innovative projects and has been used to build Internet-connected dog treat dispensers, low-res plotters, cell phone–operated coffeemakers, and a solar-powered computer. Preview: This course shows how to obtain, configure, ...

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Meeting the Challenge—The Path Towards a Consumer Wearable Computer

Wearable computers and head-mounted displays (HMDs) are in the press daily. Why now? While the basic technology has existed for decades, only recently have these devices become practical and desirable. Using consumer, professional, and “maker” devices, this exhibit demonstrates four challenges along the road to making a consumer wearable computer: power and heat, networking, mobile input, and displays. The ...

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Making Things Interactive

iVolume is a device that allows you to listen to your favorite radio station on Pandora, where the volume of the music is controlled based on how loud or quiet the surrounding environment is. As someone who loves listening to music on Pandora, I thought this would be an interesting way to use the input from the microphone, and a productive way to get my hands dirty with the Raspberry Pi. The video above has ...

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10 Raspberry Pi creations that show how amazing the tiny PC can be

The Raspberry Pi, the $35 credit card-sized computer, has lived an interesting life despite being less than a year old. It has been used to teach programming and host servers, but above all it has provided a near-perfect platform for some of the most fun and interesting hobbyist projects in the computing world. Arcade cabinets, computing clusters housed in LEGOs, musical instruments, robots, and wearable co ...

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