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How To Use GPIO Pins On Raspberry Pi – Buttons And LED Tutorial

What Are The GPIO Pins on Raspberry Pi? A great feature on the Raspberry Pi is the GPIO pins (stands for General Purpose Input Output). These GPIO pins on Raspberry Pi can be found in 2×13 header pins which can perform tasks include SPI, I2C, serial UART, 3V3 and 5V power. There are eight of these pins can …

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Research: Raspberry Pi – Pins, Buttons and Circuits

In a previous post I wrote about how you can control the function of the Raspberry Pi’s software through writing scripts, but one of the remarkable things about the Pi is that it is also capable of interacting with the physical world through its GPIO pins. GPIO stands for ‘General Purpose Input/Output’ and this refers to the 25 …

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Learn How to Use Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins With Scratch

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to install the ScratchGPIO expansion package, how to assemble a breadboard with LEDs and buttons, and run a simple Scratch game that uses the LEDs and breadboard buttons to play. Scratch With the Raspberry Pi’s emphasis on education it makes perfect sense that Scratch is pre-installed on the …

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