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Learn Electronics With Raspberry Pi

Learning Computer Programming Is Fun In Itself, But When The Computer Is Connected To External Sensors And Outputs, Your Programs Can Interact With The Real World. This Is Known As Physical Computing And It Opens Up The Opportunity To Create Some Fun Projects. I Am A Big Fan Of Learning By Doing. It’S Much Easier To Learn When You Get To Make The Projects Rather Than Just Read About What Other People Have Been Done. It’S Even Better When Those Projects Are Fun. This Book Covers Simple Projects That You Can Do At Home To Make Games, Control Toys, Create Your Own Films, Or Just Have Fun. The Raspberry Pi Computer Is Great For Learning Physical Computing, Thanks To Special Pins That Provide Access To Ports On The Processor. These 40 Pins (26 On Earlier Versions) Provide A Simple Way To Extend Computing Into The Physical World. The Circuits In This Book Are Adding Sensors, Outputs, And Electronic Circuits To A Raspberry Pi. With A Little Bit Of Programming, These Can Do Some Pretty Amazing Things. We Will Start With Some Simple Circuits, Which Can Be Controlled From Scratch, And Then Move Up To Python And Some More Complicated Circuits. By Then End Of The Book, We Will Have Covered Enough So That You Can Start Designing Your Own Circuits. Most Of The Circuits Can Be Created By Plugging Wires Into A Solderless Breadboard, But There Are Tips On How To Solder, Which Opens The Possibilities Further. You’Ll Learn How To Design Custom Circuit Boards And Look At How You Can Use Some Of The Common Raspberry Pi Add-On Boards And HATs.
  • SKU: 978-1-4842-1898-3
  • File Size: 18.88 MB
  • File Created: 2021-08-19 11:19:12
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