For those who might be unfamiliar, the Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive single-board computer. There are many who might be confused as to why this product would be created in a world where we are trying to create expensive and more advanced technologies, but the answer is a simple and humanitarian one: the Raspberry Pi was created so that more children in developing and third-world countries can learn about computing technology. In fact, the original model became so popular that it ended up selling outside of its target market of education, and began being implemented in the robotics sector, as well.
Millions of units have been sold, making it the most successful British computer ever. There are now developers that are utilizing the product for home automation, and it is also being incorporated into businesses for industrial automation, as well.
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Ultimately, the Raspberry Pi has potential to change the world forever, as it is the reason why many young children are able to be introduced to technology and computer science at an early age, which could lead to the same children growing up and becoming adult programmers and coders. As of March 2018, almost 20 million have been sold worldwide, and that number is expected to grow, as the demand certainly doesn’t seem to be slowing anytime soon.
A solution/consultance is needed to run a Webkiosk on a RaspberryPi. The Webkiosk should be a browser running in fullscreen displayed over HDMI. The browser accesses a webserver that runs locally on the Pi. The website is not in the scope of this task. The goal is to find a fitting technological software stack to display the website. These questions will have to be answered: - Which Operating System? RaspberryPi OS, Buildroot, Yocto etc. - What display method: Display Server yes/no, which one? Alternative? - What browser: Chromium, Firefox.. The software stack must meet following requirements: 1. Free & maintained 2. Good user experience 2.1 Low boot time (the less the better): 2.1.1: 10-20 sec.: Ok 2.1.2: 20-30 sec.: Tolerable 2.1.3: > 30 sec: Too much 2.2 Bo...
Me and my partner are planning to create a water fountain project. We need to setup a low level c environment which allows low level GPIO and I2C ... direct device programming. We have lots of hardware level programming experience on other platforms using c and Assembler. I do not have Linux experience. We are planning to target a raspberry pi zero 2 W but are currently using a 4 with 4 gig memory as the zero 2 W is out of stock at the moment. Fast code is essential as we will also be doing some dsp processing so that it can also react to music. Low level drivers may have to be written. Looking up this information via google is a jungle. What looked like the best choice gave errors when I followed the given directions. I would prefer to get some assistance getting started rather than the h...
IOT smart health monitoring system. 1. Raspberry pi pico W 2. MAX30101 pulse rate and oximeter 3. DS18b20 temperature sensor Need readings from these sensor, with some conditions. If the readings are abnormal, an alert message is sent to the cloud. Cloud dashboard to be made on thingspeak. Urgently needed
In the setup, a LIDAR is placed on the side of the road. It scans all the vehicles passing and generates raw data that is angle (angle of hit) and distance. This data has to be recorded and plotted (combined) to generate a side profile of the vehicle. Certain parameters also have to be captured like axle count, height, length etc.
I'm looking for an SDN project example (SD-wan, SD-lan..etc) or even better if it was related to IoT in the project raspberri pi has to be used, and there has to be findings not just building the project, in other words why did we do this project, what is the benchmark..etc.