Raspberry Pi ADC Tutorial

Raspberry Pi is an ARM architecture processor based board designed for electronic engineers and hobbyists. The PI is one of most trusted project development platforms out there now. With higher processor speed and 1 GB RAM, the PI can be used for many high profile projects like Image processing and Internet of Things. [caption id="attachment_10483" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Interfacing ADC0804 with R ...

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Physical computing with Raspberry Pi

Welcome to the world of physical computing with the Raspberry Pi! The Raspberry Pi is a small, inexpensive, low-power computer aimed at getting children interested in Computer Science. It is, however, a very flexible machine, and its capabilities have made it very popular among makers and hobbyists, who see the Raspberry Pi as a cheap way of accessing a relatively large amount of compute power. This website ...

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Image Pi – Basic image processing

Image Pi – Basic image processing Welcome to Image Pi – A basic image processing course by Edward Jones. This set of tutorials aims to be an introduction to image processing using the RaspberryPi. The tutorials are aimed at ages 15 and up and assume the reader has basic knowledge of programming. Examples will be given in the Python and C programming languages but I will hopefully describe the algorithms in ...

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Distributed Computing with the Raspberry Pi

What is Distributed Computing? Distributed Computing involves the breaking down a computational problem into several parallel tasks to be completed by two or more computers in a network which form a distributed system. This combines the computational power of several computers to solve large problems which involve the processing of large data or require a huge number of iterations. Currently, there are seve ...

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Raspberry Pi Turing Machines

Written by Jeffrey Lee. "Turing Machine on a Pi" is a project which will guide anyone who wishes to through how to build simple electronic circuits using a Raspberry Pi, with the ultimate goal of building a Turing machine! No prior background in hardware is required. There are also some exercises involving operating the Turing machine, providing insight into the logic behind how computers perform simple ope ...

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Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development

Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development This course has not yet been updated to work with the Raspberry Pi models B+ and A+. Some elements may not work, in particular the first few lessons about the LED. It has also not been updated for Raspberry Pi v2. Welcome to Baking Pi: Operating Systems Development! Course by Alex Chadwick. You can now help contribute to this tutorial on GitHub. This website is here ...

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Science Experiments with RPii

Welcome to the RPii Project by Sam Cockton. Contents Introduction to the RPii Project What is a library of computer code? What you need Documentation sections Introduction to the RPii Project This project aims to provide a useful and interesting teaching resource for teachers teaching physics and science, while also giving interested students the resources to explore how computers can be used in science. To ...

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Raspberry Pi Temperature Sensor

Written by Matthew Kirk. Contents Step One: Updating the Kernel Step Two: Connecting the Temperature Sensor Step Three (A): Reading the Sensor from the Terminal Step Three (B): Reading the Temperature from Python Step Four: Write a Script to Print Out the Temperature. Step Five: Connecting an LED Step Six: Turning On the LED Step Seven: There is an Easier Way! Step Eight: Connecting a Button Step Nine (A): ...

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Raspberry Pi Quick Start

This is a basic setup guide, written by Isabell Long. Originally designed for under 10s, it covers the basics of plugging the Pi in. It assumes knowledge of what a keyboard and mouse is, and that a SD card is pre-loaded with an operating system image. ...

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Raspberry Pi Game

Part 01 – Before we start In this series I intend to guide you through writing your first ever computer program. We will write our own game on the Raspberry Pi, which is a cheap-as-chips computer designed for learning about computers. Get a Raspberry Pi To follow along, here’s what you will need: A Raspberry Pi (about £25) – I got it from RS An SD card (about £10) – be careful – not all of them work. I use: ...

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