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  1. Part 1 Understanding Raspberry Pi Inputs Push Button Switch Input The connections on the Raspberry Pi can be converted into inputs under software control. The example here is about the simplest; a push button switch is wired up to the 40-pin ...
  2. element14 Introduction The Raspberry Pi is a computer, and from a connections point of view it doesn’t look much different to a normal desktop computer. It has USB ports for connecting a keyboard and mouse, and a video output port for ...
  3. Massimo Gottardi EDN The Design Idea in Figure 1 is a color detector capable of generating an RGB triplet over a high dynamic range, a useful attribute for machine vision applications. The circuit implements auto-exposure control to achieve this. ...
  4. I’ve just finished a little Arduino project. It’s a shield for the Arduino Uno that lets you measure inductance. This is a functionality that I found missing in just about any digital multi meter. Yes, there are ...
  5. Boris Landoni, Part 1 - Schematic To proceed in subsequent operations, use RaspberryPi in terminal mode, the two SSH and SCP windows open and root login. Connect the RPY connector of the shield to the GPIO RaspberryPi connector ...
  6. Boris Landoni Let’s expand RaspberryPi functionalities with a shield that is compatible with the Arduino pinout and with an onboard analog to digital converter with 16-bit resolution. Further expansions that we will present in the future will ...
  7. Part 1 Input Card The input cards come in several types, each tailored to a different type (or types) of input. The first input card we designed is capable of measuring temperature through either a thermistor or thermocouple. Work on the next input ...
  8. PID stands for proportional-integral-derivative controller. This is a device used in control systems or simply to control other devices or other electronic systems. The main function of this controller is to help regulate or maintain the level of ...
  9. Part 1 - Schematic Part 2 - Software Optimising the line drawing algorithm The first versions of my driver code featured the Extremely Fast Line Drawing Algorithm (EFLA). It seemed to perform well and so I didn’t turn my attention to ...
  10. Part 1 - Schematic The software drivers My previous Nokia QVGA reverse engineering efforts that you can find documented extensively on this site have left me with a flexible and expandable driver that will make a good base from which to add support ...
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