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Raspberry pi is a series of single board computers developed by the Raspberry Pi foundation for basic computer science in schools for developing countries. Originally intended for teaching computer science in schools in developing countries, it gained popularity due to its usage in robotics. The credit card sized form factor added to the Broadcom BCM2835 SoC in the first generation was only the beginning. Since then it has only gained in popularity among the developer community.

All models feature a Broadcom SoC consisting if ARM compatible CPU with on-chip GPU, the VideoCore IV. CPU speed ranges from 700 MHz to 1.2 GHz for the Pi 3 and on board memory range from 256 MB to 1 GB RAM. SD cards are used to store the operating systems. Most boards have between one and four USB slots, HDMI composite video output and a 3.5 mm audio jack. Lower level output is provided by several GPIO pins which support common protocols like I²C. The recent B-models have an 8P8C Ethernet port and the Pi 3 and Pi Zero W have Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth on board.

Raspberry Pi Project Ideas

 

Tracking and detecting suspicious activities is one of the most demanding tasks for security personnel and systems. If a security system fails in a place like airport or bank, criminals can rob at gunpoint. Out of fear, the victims...
Let’s look at some new Raspberry Pi project ideas for you to get busy with this year. X-Ray Based Covid -19 detection General X-Ray-based Covid-19 detection systems are fast and give quick results along with the status of how much the...
Metaverse, a term heard everywhere combines both the real and virtual world. As the latter is advancing, it is interesting to find out what this really is. As the name suggests, the virtual world is a concept of co-existing...
“More intelligent than you think.” A first-of-its-kind robot that can recognize face and see dreams - like a human. We humans have the capability to speak, recognise feelings and emotions, and even see dreams, which makes us different from machines. But...
Earlier, we made a futuristic wireless tile called Smart PowerTile that allowed home walls to wirelessly power electronic/electric devices, similar to a MagSafe. With this, a Raspberry Pi placed on a wall could be powered wirelessly. Proceeding with that concept,...
e-ink displays are quite impressive as they use electrically activated ink molecules, which doesn't lead to fading away of designs made using it - even after the power supply is turned OFF; the designs seem to be printed on...
element14, an Avnet Community, has teamed up with Raspberry Pi to give community members the opportunity to participate in the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W RoadTest, where they will get the chance to try out the new product and share...
With the help of PiEEG, a custom add-on board, up to eight electroencephalography (EEG) signals can be read in real-time A few months ago, researchers at Brown University introduced a new concept for Brain-Computer interfaces or BCIs, allowing it to...
Electromagnetic waves are used instead of a computer program to detect and diagnose a malicious software - even if it is hidden To detect viruses and malware on computers, generally, sophisticated antivirus software needs to be installed. The antivirus has...
The laptop has now become one of the must-have items everyone should own. Today different varieties of laptops are available in the market, with different price tags. You will be amazed to learn this, but you can make your own...
 
 

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