The Raspberry Pi 3 is a mini PC with low power consumption equipped with a connector of inputs / outputs (GPIO of 40 pins) which will allow you to realize many DIY projects that are often found in promo. It is the platform to start learning or develop connected objects, robotics, home automation server, retro-gaming console …
The Raspberry Pi 3 is equipped with a 64-bit Cortex-A53 quad-core processor (Bradcom BCM2837) running at 1.2GHz, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 1GB of memory, 1 HDMI 1.3a video output, 1 10/100 Ethernet port, 1 audio / video jack. Version 3 adds support for Bluetooth 4 BLE (BCM43438) and more WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (BCM43438). Finally, it has a CSI connector to connect a compatible camera. For example, you can realize IP surveillance camera projects, take pictures on a microscope or telescope, film animals at night … Here are some articles to learn more and start projects with a camera. A touchscreen connector that will make a dashboard for a home automation server, connected objects…
- 1 What to do with Raspberry Pi 3?
- 2 A home automation server 100% DIY Jeedom, Domoticz, Home Assistant
- 3 A media center, a file server, a retro gaming console,
- 4 Develop connected objects, learn robotics, learn programming
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What to do with Raspberry Pi 3?
The Raspberry Pi 3 is a powerful and versatile mini-PC. On a daily basis he can sit behind a monitor and be used as an extra computer to surf the Internet, check his emails and go on social networks. The HDMI output and the ARM 64bits processor is powerful enough to watch videos on youtube or streaming. For DIY enthusiasts, Raspberry Pi 3 can be used in many other DIY projects. Here are some ideas to get you started.
A home automation server 100% DIY Jeedom, Domoticz, Home Assistant
The Raspberry Pi is powerful enough to serve as the basis for the manufacture of a 100% DIY home automation server. This is probably his first use. There are a lot of free open source software. Jeedom entirely in French, Domoticz supported by a large community, Home Assistant for geeks and many others. To start, here are some articles published in the home automation category
Read this guide for more details.
A media center, a file server, a retro gaming console,
The OSMC, Kodi or Open Elec Linux distributions allow you to broadcast your holiday videos, photos, music, movies on a TV.
Develop connected objects, learn robotics, learn programming
You want to get into programming, the Raspberry Pi is an ideal platform! With its input / output connector (GPIO), you can connect probes, actuators (relay, servo motor, pump, motor …). It’s so exciting to be able to interact with the real world!
An DIY IP Surveillance Camera
Cheap surveillance cameras are the main source of attacks on the internet. Their firmware can be easily hacked! Thanks to its CSI connector and the compatible camera, it is very easy to make your own surveillance camera from the Raspberry Pi 3 or Raspberry Pi Zero W. It is cheaper and you will retain control of your privacy!
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- #Test: Asian compatible NoIR camera VS Raspberry Pi v2.1 camera: Outdoor Test
- #Test: 2MP Motion Detection Camera with Motion Detection based on Orange Pi Lite and Motion
And many other projects!