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Raspberry Pi for Arduino Users: Building IoT and Network Applications and Devices

by James R. Strickland

Leverage your Arduino skills in the Raspberry Pi world and see how to cross the two platforms into sophisticated programs.The Arduino and Raspberry Pi communities overlap more than you might think. Arduinos can be expanded to have network capabilities with a variety of “shields,” all of which increase the cost and complexity of the system. By contrast, Raspberry Pis all run Linux, which is a very network-competent platform. The newest Pi, the Raspberry Pi Zero W, is WiFi and Bluetooth capable, and costs around $10 U.S. For network enabled gadgets, it makes far more sense to cross to the Raspberry PI platform, if only someone would make it easy to do. That's what this book is about.You'll learn some survival level Linux system administration, so you know how to set the machine up and how to establish at least minimal security for your gadget. You''ll set up and learn the Geany IDE on your Pi, which is fairly similar to the Arduino IDE. Where the two platforms overlap the most is the GPIO system. You'll see that several projects use and explain the WiringPi system. This is is deliberately similar to the Arduino's 'Wiring' functionality, which is how sketches interact with GPIO pins. You'll learn the differences between the GPIO pins of the two devices, and how the Pi has some limitations on those pins that the Arduino does not. As a final project, in an effort to escape some of those limitations, you'll attach an AtMEGA 328P to the Raspberry Pi and configure it as a real, 8MHz Arduino with the Arduino IDE running on the Pi, and learn how to have the two platforms communicate, giving you the best of both worlds.What You'll LearnEstablish security with Linux system administrationSet up the Apache webserverWrite CGI programs so other computers can connect to your Pi and pull data in from it. Use C/C++ from Arduino sketches to write programs for the Pi Who This Book Is For The Arduino user who's been through all the tutorials and is comfortable writing sketches and connecting hardware to their Arduino.

Raspberry Pi For Dummies

by Sean Mcmanus Mike Cook

Get your slice of Raspberry Pi With the invention of the unique credit card-sized single-board computer comes a new wave of hardware geeks, hackers, and hobbyists who are excited about the possibilities with the Raspberry Pi—and this is the perfect guide to get you started. With this down-to-earth book, you'll quickly discover why the Raspberry Pi is in high demand! There's a reason the Raspberry Pi sold a million units in its first year, and you're about to find out why! In Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 3rd Edition veteran tech authors Sean McManus and Mike Cook make it easier than ever to get you up and running on your Raspberry Pi, from setting it up, downloading the operating system, and using the desktop environment to editing photos, playing music and videos, and programming with Scratch—and everything in between. Covers connecting the Pi to other devices such as a keyboard, mouse, monitor, and more Teaches you basic Linux System Admin Explores creating simple hardware projects Shows you how to create web pages Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 3rd Edition makes computing as easy as pie!

Raspberry Pi For Dummies

by Sean Mcmanus Mike Cook

Embrace the exciting new technology of Raspberry Pi!With the invention of the unique credit-card sized single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi, comes a new wave of hardware geeks, hackers, and hobbyists who are excited about the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi, and this is the perfect guide to get you started in this exhilarating new arena. With this fun and friendly book, you'll quickly discover why the supply for the Pi cannot keep up with the demand! Veteran tech authors Sean McManus and Mike Cook show you how to download and install the operating system, use the installed applications, and much more.Covers connecting the Pi to other devices such as a keyboard, mouse, monitor, and moreTeaches you basic Linux System AdminWalks you through editing images, creating web pages, and playing musicDetails how to program with Scratch and PythonExplores creating simple hardware projectsRaspberry Pi For Dummies makes computing as easy as pie.Now discover the history of Raspberry Pi!The Raspberry Pi sold a million units in its first year, and came from a previously unknown organisation, The Raspberry Pi Foundation. If you've ever wondered how it came into being, and what inspired its creation, Sean McManus, co-author of Raspberry Pi For Dummies, has the answer. He has set up a section on his website to share bonus content, which includes a short history of the Raspberry Pi. At Sean's website, you can also read reviews of the book, see videos of its projects, and read several exclusive blog posts about the Raspberry Pi and its community.Visit Sean's homepage for Raspberry Pi For Dummies here!

Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 2nd Edition

by Sean Mcmanus

Master your Raspberry Pi in a flash with this easy-to-follow guideRaspberry Pi For Dummies, 2nd Edition is a comprehensive guide to this exciting technology, fully updated to align with the Rev 3 board. Veteran technology authors provide expert insight and guidance that get you up and running fast, allowing you to explore the full capabilities of your Raspberry Pi. The clear, concise style makes this guide easy to follow for complete beginners, providing step-by-step instruction throughout the setup process and into systems administration and programming. Updated information includes coverage of Noobs, PiStore and making music with SonicPi, in addition to basic Raspberry Pi operations and features.Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 2nd Edition teaches you everything you need to know to get the most out of your device. Even if you've never ventured beyond e-mail and web browsers, this guide will give you the skills and confidence you need to take advantage of everything the Raspberry Pi has to offer.Find out how to install the operating system and connect to other devicesInstall, use and remove software like a proLearn basic Linux systems administrationProgram with Scratch, Python and Minecraft on your Raspberry PiThe Raspberry Pi has awakened a whole new generation of hardware geeks, hackers and hobbyists, and now it's your turn to join their ranks. Learning how to fully use your new technology is the first step, and Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 2nd Edition is the ideal companion guide.

Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies

by Richard Wentk

Getting acquainted with your Raspberry Pi has never been sweeter Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies makes it easy for kids to set-up, operate, and troubleshoot like a Pi pro! Introducing you to Pi through a series of entertaining and inspiring projects, this handy, step-by-step guide shows you how to write computer games, build websites, make art and music, create electronic projects, and much more! From downloading the operating system and setting up your Raspberry Pi to creating art in Tux Paint and designing games with Scratch, everything you need to have fun with Pi is inside! Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies leaves the confusing tech talk behind and explains in plain English how to unleash all the cool possibilities of Pi, like playing Minecraft in Python, using HTML to make a website, managing and customizing your Raspberry Pi, playing music with Sonic Pi, and understanding and playing with the GPIO. Teaches the basics of Raspberry Pi in a simple and thorough approach Shows you how to zoom around Pi, all while learning valuable programming skills Offers tons of exciting projects to keep you engaged as you learn Includes instruction on everything you need to troubleshoot Raspberry Pi If you're aspiring computer programmer age 8-18 and want to start having fun with Pi, look no further than Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies.

Raspberry Pi for Python Programmers Cookbook - Second Edition

by Tim Cox

Over 60 recipes that harness the power of the Raspberry Pi together with Python programming and create enthralling and captivating projects About This Book • Install your first operating system, share files over the network, and run programs remotely • Construct robots and interface with your own circuits and purpose built add-ons, as well as adapt off-the-shelf household devices using this pragmatic guide • Packed with clear, step-by-step recipes to walk you through the capabilities of Raspberry Pi Who This Book Is For Readers are expected to be familiar with programming concepts and Python (where possible Python 3 is used), although beginners should manage with the help of a good Python reference book and background reading. No prior knowledge of the Raspberry Pi or electronics is required; however, for the hardware sections you will need some basic electronic components/household tools to build some of the projects. What You Will Learn • Get the Raspberry Pi set up and running for the first time • Remotely connect to the Raspberry Pi and use your PC/laptop instead of a separate screen/keyboard • Get to grips with text, files and creating quick menus using Python • Develop desktop applications; handle images and process files with ease • Make use of graphics and user control to develop your own exciting games • Use the Raspberry Pi's powerful GPU to create 3D worlds • Take control of the real world and interface with physical hardware, combining hardware and software for your own needs • Measure and control processes, respond to real events and monitor through the Internet • Learn about the Raspberry Pi hardware inputs/outputs, starting with the basics and beyond • Expand the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi with hardware expansion / add-on modules (use analogue inputs, drive servos and motors, and use SPI/I2C) • Create your own Pi-Rover or Pi-Hexpod driven by the Raspberry Pi • Make use of existing hardware by modifying and interfacing with it using the Raspberry Pi In Detail Raspberry Pi cookbook for Python Programmers is a practical guide for getting the most out of this little computer. This book begins by guiding you through setting up the Raspberry Pi, performing tasks using Python 3 and introduces the first steps to interface with electronics. As you work through each chapter you will build up your skills and knowledge and apply them as you progress throughout the book, delving further and further into the unique abilities and features of the Raspberry Pi. Later, you will learn how to automate tasks by accessing files, build applications using the popular Tkinter library and create games by controlling graphics on screen. You will harness the power of the built-in graphics processor by using Pi3D to generate your own high quality 3D graphics and environments. Connect directly to the Raspberry Pi's hardware pins to control electronics from switching on LEDs and responding to push buttons right through to driving motors and servos. Learn how to monitor sensors to gather real life data and to use it to control other devices, and view the results over the Internet. Apply what you have learnt by creating your own Pi-Rover or Pi-Hexipod robots. Finally, we will explore using many of the purpose built add-ons available for the Raspberry Pi, as well as interfacing with common household devices in new ways. Style and approach Written in a cookbook style, the book contains a series of recipes on various topics, ranging from simple to complex. It is an easy-to-follow and step-by-step guide with examples of various feature integration suitable for any search application.

Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents

by Stefan Sjogelid

A playful, informal approach to using the Raspberry Pi for mischief!Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents is for all mischievous Raspberry Pi owners who'd like to see their computer transform into a neat spy gadget to be used in a series of practical pranks and projects. No previous skills are required to follow along and if you're completely new to Linux, you'll pick up much of the basics for free.Apart from the Raspberry Pi board itself, a USB microphone and/or a webcam is required for most of the audio/video topics and a Wi-Fi dongle is recommended for the networking examples. A Windows/Mac OS X/Linux computer (or second Raspberry Pi) is also recommended for remote network access.

Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents - Second Edition

by Stefan Sjogelid

This book is an easy-to-follow guide with practical examples in each chapter. Suitable for the novice and expert alike, each topic provides a fast and easy way to get started with exciting applications and also guides you through setting up the Raspberry Pi as a secret agent toolbox.

Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents - Third Edition

by Matthew Poole

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a secret agent toolbox with this set of exciting projects About This Book * Turn your Raspberry Pi into a multi-purpose secret agent gadget for audio and video surveillance, Wi-Fi exploration, or playing pranks on your friends * Detect an intruder on camera or with sensors and set off an alarm or receive messages to your phone * Find out what the other computers on your network are up to and make yourself anonymous on the Internet * This book has been updated for new additions to your toolkit featuring the tiny, recently released Raspberry Pi Zero board Who This Book Is For This book is for those who are new to the Raspberry Pi Zero ,Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 3 and have some experience with the original Raspberry Pi models, and even for those budding secret agents who would like to use Pi Zero as a secret agent toolbox. No programming experience is assumed. Suitable for the novice and expert alike, each topic provides a fast and easy way to get started with exciting applications, with practical examples in every chapter. What You Will Learn * Install and configure the Raspbian Jessie operating system for maximum mischief * Detect an intruder with motion detection or a laser trip wire and set off an alarm * Listen in to conversations from a distance over Bluetooth * Distort your voice in weird and wonderful ways * Track the Pi's whereabouts using GPS * Connect your Pi to the mobile Internet using a 3G dongle and make yourself anonymous on the net * Display secret messages and codes to fellow agents on a LED display In Detail This book is for all mischievous Raspberry Pi owners who'd like to see their computer transform into a neat spy gadget to be used in a series of practical pranks and projects. No previous skills are required to follow along, and if you're completely new to Linux, you'll pick up much of the basics for free. We'll help you set up your Raspberry Pi Zero , Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 and guide you through a number of pranks and secret agent techniques that are so inconspicuous yet high on mischief. You'll learn how to configure your operating system for maximum mischief and start exploring audio, video, or Wi-Fi techniques. We'll show you how to record, listen, or talk to people from a distance and how to set up your own phone network. Then, you'll plug in your webcam and set up a motion detector with an alarm and find out what the other computers on your Wi-Fi network are up to. Once you've mastered the techniques, we'll combine them with a battery pack and GPS for the ultimate off-road spy kit. Style and Approach This easy-to-follow guide is for budding secret agents who want to create tools for mischief, stealth, and reconnaissance. It's full of fun, practical examples and easy-to-follow recipes, guaranteeing maximum mischief for all skill levels.

Raspberry Pi für Dummies (Für Dummies)

by Mike Cook Sean McManus

Sean McManus und Mike Cook führen Sie Schritt für Schritt in die Nutzung des Raspberry Pi ein und verschaffen Ihnen einen Überblick über all die Möglichkeiten, die er Ihnen bietet. Sie zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie den Raspberry Pi zum Laufen bringen, sich unter Linux zurechtfinden, den Raspberry Pi als ganz normalen Computer mit Office- und Bildverarbeitungsprogrammen oder als Mediencenter zum Abspielen von Musik und Videos nutzen. Außerdem lernen Sie, wie Sie die Platine mit Scratch und Python programmieren, und erfahren alles über die Verwendung des Raspberry Pi als Steuereinheit für elektronisches Spielzeug.

Raspberry Pi Gaming - Second Edition

by Shea Silverman

If you are someone who loves to play games and are interested in learning more about the capabilities of your Raspberry Pi, this book is for you. Basic knowledge of Raspberry Pi programming is expected.

Raspberry Pi GPU Audio Video Programming

by Jan Newmarch

Delve into the Broadcom VideoCore GPU used on the Raspberry Pi and master topics such as OpenGL ES and OpenMAX. Along the way, you'll also learn some Dispmanx, OpenVG, and GPGPU programming. The author, Jan Newmarch bumped into a need to do this kind of programming while trying to turn the RPi into a karaoke machine: with the CPU busting its gut rendering MIDI files, there was nothing left for showing images such as karaoke lyrics except for the GPU, and nothing really to tell him how to do it. Raspberry Pi GPU Audio Video Programming scratches his itch and since he had to learn a lot about RPi GPU programming, he might as well share it with you. What started as a side issue turned into a full-blown project of its own; and this stuff is hard. What You'll Learn Use Dispmanx and EGL on Raspberry Pi Work with OpenMAX and its components, state, IL Client Library, * * Buffers, and more on RPi Process images and video on RPi Handle audio on RPi Render OpenMAX to OpenGL on the RPi Play multimedia files on the RPi Use OpenVG for text processing and more Master overlays Who This Book Is For You should be comfortable with C programming and at least some concurrency and thread programming using it. This book is for experienced programmers who are new or learning about Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Pi Hacks

by Ruth Suehle Tom Callaway

With more than 60 practical and creative hacks, this book helps you turn Raspberry Pi into the centerpiece of some cool electronics projects. Want to create a controller for a camera or a robot? Set up Linux distributions for media centers or PBX phone systems? That's just the beginning of what you'll find inside Raspberry Pi Hacks.If you're looking to build either a software or hardware project with more computing power than Arduino alone can provide, Raspberry Pi is just the ticket. And the hacks in this book will give you lots of great ideas.Use configuration hacks to get more out of your PiBuild your own web server or remote print serverTake the Pi outdoors to monitor your garden or control holiday lightsConnect with SETI or construct an awesome Halloween costumeHack the Pi's Linux OS to support more complex projectsDecode audio/video formats or make your own music playerAchieve a low-weight payload for aerial photographyBuild a Pi computer cluster or a solar-powered lab

Raspberry Pi Hardware Projects 1

by Andrew Robinson

Learn how to take full advantage of all of Raspberry Pi's amazing features and functions--and have a blast doing it!Congratulations on becoming a proud owner of a Raspberry Pi, the credit-card-sized computer! If you're ready to dive in and start finding out what this amazing little gizmo is really capable of, this ebook is for you.Taken from the forthcoming Raspberry Pi Projects, Raspberry Pi Hardware Projects 1 contains three cool hardware projects that let you have fun with the Raspberry Pi while developing your Raspberry Pi skills. The authors - PiFace inventor, Andrew Robinson and Raspberry Pi For Dummies co-author, Mike Cook - show you how to build:Reaction timerTwittering toyDisco LightsThe ebook also includes a brief guide to setting up the Raspberry Pi for those very new to its unique ways and a bonus project, the Insult Generator, which will teach you simple Python programming while making you laugh.With Raspberry Pi Hardware Projects 1 you'll learn everything you need to know to program the Raspberry Pi and build cool, automated and interactive gadgets in no time.

Raspberry Pi Hardware Projects 2

by Mike Cook Andrew Robinson

Raspberry Pi is a UK Non Profit with the goal of creating a new generation of computer programmers. Observing how the UK Tech Industry was kickstarted by the availability in the 1980s of relatively cheap, very programmable computers such as the ZX81, the Commodore and the BBC Micro, the Raspberry Pi Foundation designed a £15/$25 computer which encourages the user to play and to learn. Although intended for schools, it has also been adopted by hackers and geeks, and a whole ecosystem of software and hardware is being built around the Pi. With a million boards now sold, the goal of the Foundation is well underway.

Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino

by Andrew K. Dennis

Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino is an easy-to-follow yet comprehensive guide for automating your home using the revolutionary ARM GNU/Linux board.Even if you have no prior experience with the Raspberry Pi or home automation you can pick up this book and develop these amazing projects. Full of detailed step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and images this essential guide allows you to revolutionize the way you interact with your home. If you don't know where to start, then this is the perfect book for you

Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino - Second Edition

by Andrew K. Dennis

If you are new to the Raspberry Pi, the Arduino, or home automation and wish to develop some amazing projects using these tools, then this book is for you. Any experience in using the Raspberry Pi would be an added advantage.

Raspberry Pi im Informatik- und Technikunterricht: Konzeption eines handlungs- und problemorientierten Unterrichts mit der MicroBerry-Lernumgebung

by Andreas Schnirch Nadine Ridinger Felix Weschenfelder

Dieses Buch beschreibt erprobte und evaluierte Unterrichtssequenzen zum Experimentieren mit dem Raspberry Pi im Informatik- und Technikunterricht der Sekundarstufe. Ausgehend von den Zielen eines modernen Informatikunterrichts wird gezeigt, wie eine interessen- und motivationsfördernde Raspberry-Pi Lernumgebung aussehen kann. Neben konkreten und differenzierten Unterrichtseinheiten, mit denen sich Schülerinnen und Schüler experimentell die Grundbausteine von Algorithmen erschließen können, werden Unterrichtseinheiten für fortgeschrittene Lernende sowie Projekte vorgestellt. Die vorgestellten Konzepte unterstützen Lehrerinnen und Lehrer wirkungsvoll bei der Konzeption des eigenen Unterrichts, können aber auch als Selbstlernmodule genutzt werden.

Raspberry Pi IoT Projects

by John C. Shovic

Build your own Internet of Things (IoT) projects for prototyping and proof-of-concept purposes. This book contains the tools needed to build a prototype of your design, sense the environment, communicate with the Internet (over the Internet and Machine to Machine communications) and display the results. Raspberry Pi IoT Projects provides several IoT projects and designs are shown from the start to the finish including an IoT Heartbeat Monitor, an IoT Swarm, IoT Solar Powered Weather Station, an IoT iBeacon Application and a RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) IoT Inventory Tracking System. The software is presented as reusable libraries, primarily in Python and C with full source code available. Raspberry Pi IoT Projects: Prototyping Experiments for Makers is also a valuable learning resource for classrooms and learning labs. What You'll Learn build IOT projects with the Raspberry Pi Talk to sensors with the Raspberry Pi Use iBeacons with the IOT Raspberry Pi Communicate your IOT data to the Internet Build security into your IOT device Who This Book Is For Primary audience are those with some technical background, but not necessarily engineers. It will also appeal to technical people wanting to learn about the Raspberry Pi in a project-oriented method.

Raspberry Pi LED Blueprints

by Agus Kurniawan

Design, build, and test LED-based projects using the Raspberry Pi About This Book Implement real LED-based projects for Raspberry Pi Learn to interface various LED modules such as LEDs, 7-segment, 4-digits 7 segment, and dot matrix to Raspberry Pi Get hands-on experience by exploring real-time LEDs with this project-based book Who This Book Is For This book is for those who want to learn how to build Raspberry Pi projects utilising LEDs, 7 segment, 4-digits 7 segment, and dot matrix modules. You also will learn to implement those modules in real applications, including interfacing with wireless modules and the Android mobile app. However, you don't need to have any previous experience with the Raspberry Pi or Android platforms. What You Will Learn Control LEDs, 7 segments, and 4-digits 7 segment from a Raspberry Pi Expand Raspberry Pi's GPIO Build a countdown timer Build a digital clock display Display numbers and characters on dot matrix displays Build a traffic light controller Build a remote home light control with a Bluetooth low energy module and Android Build mobile Internet-controlled lamps with a wireless module and Android In Detail Blinking LED is a popular application when getting started in embedded development. By customizing and utilising LED-based modules into the Raspberry Pi board, exciting projects can be obtained. A countdown timer, a digital clock, a traffic light controller, and a remote light controller are a list of LED-based inspired project samples for Raspberry Pi. An LED is a simple actuator device that displays lighting and can be controlled easily from a Raspberry Pi. This book will provide you with the ability to control LEDs from Raspberry Pi, starting from describing an idea through designing and implementing several projects based on LEDs, such as, 7-segments, 4-digits 7 segment, and dot matrix displays. Beginning with step-by-step instructions on installation and configuration, this book can either be read from cover to cover or treated as an essential reference companion to your Raspberry Pi. Samples for the project application are provided such as a countdown timer, a digital clock, a traffic light controller, a remote light controller, and an LED-based Internet of Things, so you get more practice in the art of Raspberry Pi development. Raspberry Pi LED Blueprints is an essential reference guide full of practical solutions to help you build LED-based applications. Style and approach This book follows a step-by-step approach to LED-based development for Raspberry Pi, explained in a conversational and easy-to-follow style. Each topic is explained sequentially in the process of building an application, and detailed explanations of the basic and advanced features are included.

Raspberry Pi Mechatronics Projects HOTSHOT

by Srihari Yamanoor Sai Yamanoor

This book is targeted towards beginners and intermediate designers of mechatronic systems and embedded system design. Some familiarity with the Raspberry Pi and Python programming is preferred but not required.

Raspberry Pi Media Center

by Sam Nazarko

Constructed as a set of simple-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, this book will take you through numerous aspects of creating a fully functional media center with your Raspberry Pi. It is an easy-to-follow yet comprehensive guide to setting a complete media center experience using the revolutionary ARM GNU/Linux board.This book does not require any prior knowledge of the Raspberry Pi, but it does assume you are computer literate and comfortable with Mac OS X, Linux, or Windows and concepts such as installing software.

Raspberry Pi Networking Cookbook

by Rick Golden

Written in an accessible yet practical manner, the "Raspberry Pi Networking Cookbook" is the perfect companion guide for the ARM GNU/Linux box. From the moment you get your hands on your Raspberry Pi you can start to build your understanding with our specially selected collection of recipes.This book is for anybody who wants to learn how they can utilize the Raspberry Pi to its full potential without having to immediately dive into programming. It's full of step-by-step instructions and detailed descriptions in language that is appropriate for computer enthusiasts and experts alike.

Raspberry Pi Networking Cookbook - Second Edition

by Rick Golden

This book is intended for students, scientists, and hobbyists who wish to connect their Raspberry Pi to other devices on a local area network or to the Internet of Things. Whether you are new to the Raspberry Pi, or already have a lot of experience with it, the recipes in this book will be a valuable reference to you and inspire your next project. You will want to have this book handy as a guide whenever you are working on networking projects for the Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Pi Projects

by Mike Cook Andrew Robinson

Learn to build software and hardware projects featuring the Raspberry Pi!Raspberry Pi represents a new generation of computers that encourages the user to play and to learn and this unique book is aimed at the beginner Raspberry Pi user who is eager to get started creating real-world projects. Taking you on a journey of creating 16 practical projects, this fun and informative resource introduces you to the skills you need to have in order to make the most of the Pi. The book begins with a quick look at how to get the Pi up and running and then encourages you to dive into the array of exciting software and hardware projects.Features projects that use Python, which is Raspberry Pi's programming language of choiceIncludes projects for creating an information center for e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, weather, train times, and moreShows you how to recreate Pong and Pacman or write Tic Tac ToeTeaches you how to use Raspberry Pi's general purpose input/output port in order to speak to external hardware devicesWalks you through setting up computer-controlled slot car racing, a swipe card door lock, disco lights, and moreRaspberry Pi Projects is an excellent way to dig deeper into the capabilities of the Pi and to have great fun while doing it.

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