Six Week Plan Week 1: Blink LED’s on Arduino and Pi Week 2: More LED’s with some some simple code Week 3: Arduino: Sensors & Code? Week 4: Pi: Sensors & Code? Week 5: Arduino: Sounds via (buttons/light/pressure/tilt, etc) Week 6: Pi: A simple MP3 Player controlled by (buttons/light/pressure/tilt, etc)
WIP: Introduction to Arduino & Pi License Notice This presentation is licensed under the terms of the CC-BY-SA-4.0: Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 4.0 License Reproduction, redistribution, and modification is permitted under specific terms (basically you must maintain proper acknowledgement of the source (attribution) and maintain the same license (i.e. derivative documents follow the same terms as this document))
What is the Raspberry Pi? A full-blown computer capable of running a desktop Based on a different processor (brains) than a typical laptop or desktop Is performant enough to be useful but less than a typical desktop, laptop, or high-end mobile device (expensive cell phones, tablets, etc) Designed to be easy to use with electronics projects Created by a U.K. non-profit Intended to an inexpensive way to learn computing and electronics and especially the combination of those (including robotics).
Extra Info: What Does Raspberry Pi 3 Have? Reasonably powerful (4 core x 1 GHz) ARM processor 1 GB RAM microSD card support 4 x USB 2.0 ports HDMI out Audio / Composite video out Wifi Camera (with extra Pi module or USB) LCD (with extra Pi module or USB or GPIO or I2C or SPI controlled) GPIOs: Do on/off (digital) electronics including interfacing to other boards, or turning LEDs on/off etc Interface with I2C or SPI bus electronics Communicate with serial port devices (RX/TX/GND)
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