The Raspberry Pi is a real revolution in the computer world but also in electronics. For less than € 40, the Pi provides each a small computer capable of running Linux and open the doors of the playful electronics through its GPIO (Input / output connector), for connecting LED, sensors all kinds (accelerometer, GPS, barometer, temperature, humidity, air pollution …), or OLED touch screens (dedicated connector) HD camera … the Raspberry Pi 3, the latest generation brings a lot of news and makes the Pi even more appealing: Wi-Fi and integrated Bluetooth (more key need which frees up USB ports for other use and reduces the price of the equipment), powerful micro-processor 64-bit (10x more than the first model), harbor ethernet always present, HDMI video output and audio output jack. With the Raspberry Pi you will limit yourself by your imagination!
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Meanwhile the Raspberry Pi 4, the Raspberry Pi Foundation offers us a small improvement of the current Raspberry Pi 3. As usual, the numbering changes a bit. ...
We are continuing our series of tests of different display solutions for the Raspberry Pi 3. Today, I propose to test the LCD 3.5 '' HDMI touch screen ...READ MORE +
If you regret having opted for the Lite version of Raspbian, here is a quick tutorial that explains how to manually install the Pixel desktop. No need to burn ...READ MORE +
The Raspbian distribution supports the VNC remote desktop. It is very simple to set up and activate and does not require any technical skills to do it. The ...READ MORE +
The i2c bus is used to exchange digital data between a sensor (or an actuator) and a mini-PC such as Raspberry Pi. The i2c bus is also ...READ MORE +
The Raspberry Pi Zero W comes with a GPIO connector to be soldered on the PCB itself. This is a step that can be frightening when you ...READ MORE +
In this tutorial we will learn how to install and configure the Samba file server. The Orange Pi - or any other mini-PC in the Raspberry Pi ...READ MORE +
Since version 1.3, the Raspberry Pi Zero has a camera connector on which the 8MP camera of the Raspberry Pi can be connected by means ...
The Lite version of Raspbian Jessie is very well suited to the limited resources of the Raspberry Pi Zero W. Node-RED is pre-installed on ...READ MORE +
The new version of Raspbian (2017-06-21), which now includes Scratch 2 and the Thonny Python code editor, is available for download and upgrade from the ...READ MORE +