Really hoping to do this with my class next school year!
Instructables is a great diy website with tons of downloadable howto’s including everything from craft to tech. Love this site so much I bought a cheapo membership.
Great tutorial with pics!
Custom Android tablets – sweet!
Using Beaglebone/Beagleboards to create custom tablets running either Android or Linux. Definitely a possibility to use a Raspberry Pi as a base as well. Attaching Arduino boards to the tablet with sensors and or shields.
Very cool tut on GPIO with RaspPi in Scratch.
This blog is now old hat – I’ve made a new version and much better instructions over in a new blog.
This post is intended to make it as Simple as Pi to get up and running and make your RaspberryPi control some lights and to respond to switches and sensors.
Minimum Requirements – a RaspberryPi with Raspbian installed and a working internet connection, a breadboard, some Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), some resistors and some wire connectors. Total cost £5-£10.
How to get a Rapsberry_Pi to control the GPIO Pins from Scratch
Your RaspberryPi needs to be connected to the internet to install the software but not needed to run ScratchGPIO.
Copy the text below ( left click just before the s of sudo and drag right until all the text in the line, up to and including gpio.sh, as been selected) then right-click and select…
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