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Arduino and raspberry pi add ons

  1. 1. ARDUINO AND RASPBERRYPI ADD-ONSLITTLE THINGS THAT CAN BE ADDED TO ARDUINO AND RASPBERRYPI
  2. 2. ARDUINO BOARDS, SHIELDS AND KITS•Board are one piece all soldered together atthe factory.•Shields are boards that stack on top of a board•Kits typically have a board and othercomponents all in one box
  3. 3. ARDUINO BOARDS• Arduino started in 2006 as an open source project designed forstudents by a couple of Italians, code is written in C or C++.• Arduino Uno is 8bit 32k 16MHz ram and the predecessor to the Due• The Due is 32bit 96k 84MHz and is wildly popular• Arduino Mega is older and has less on it• They all have the similar form factor
  4. 4. ARDUNIO DUE
  5. 5. ARDUINO MEGA
  6. 6. ARDUINO SHIELDS
  7. 7. WIRELESS SHIELDS
  8. 8. MOTOR SHIELDFor relays, solenoids, DC and Stepping motors
  9. 9. PROTOBOARD
  10. 10. PROTOSHIELD
  11. 11. PROTOBOARD WITH ARDUINO
  12. 12. ARDUINO SCHEMATIC
  13. 13. WIRING DIAGRAMS VS SCHEMATICS• Wiring Diagrams or physical and Schematics are logical.• Wiring Diagrams show physical connections and are close to realworld representations• Schematics are use to do calculations with and to easily see howthings are logically connected together
  14. 14. LILLY PAD• Useful for interactive textiles.• Can be sewn into martials
  15. 15. SPARKFUN.COM• Break out boards – allow hand access to densely place pins on an IC.• e-textiles, Cables, components, wireless, cellular, GPS, LCDdisplays, sensors, books, development tools, tools.•
  16. 16. E-TEXTILES• Electrically conductive clothing paint fabric and thread• Fiber optic fabric• Variety of heating pads and lights
  17. 17. CABLES, CELLULAR, GPS AND WIRELESS• Cables - Audio, Ethernet, hook ups (alligator clips and other kinds ofclips) , parallel, serial, usb, video• Cellular, GPS, - Antennas, Breakout boards and modules.• Wireless antennas, Bluetooth, modems, wifi, fm tuners ,watherband, Xbee (long distance remote)• Common 433MHz transmitters and recievers
  18. 18. ROBOTICS• Motor• Stepper motors will turn a specific number of steps• Motors will spin and spin• Servos – have a limited rang of movement and will turn based onvoltages applied to either side.
  19. 19. COMPONENTS• Wide variety of LEDs• horns and speakers,• Buttons, switches, knobs, dials• Electro luminescence• Capacitors, diodes, resistors, transistor• Gauges and every kind of LCD display you can think of.
  20. 20. SENSORS• Accelerometers -1 axis and 3, Gyros• Biometrics – gas sensors (alcohol, carbonmonoxide, methane, pH, hydrogen, liquid propane), polar hear ratemonitor, finger print, optical, pulse.• Capacitive touch• Flex, force, vibration, geophone• Infrared, light and imaging, proximity, sound, temperature, weather• Radiation
  21. 21. TOOLS, DEV TOOLS AND BOOKS• Tools – meters, hemostats, knives, cutters, pliers, organizers (boxesand bags), soldering• Dev Tools – A wide variety of stuff most notably a Roombacommunications cable for $11.95• 30 books
  22. 22. OTHER SUPPLIERS• adafruit.com - wearable and fashion.• Jameco.com – Components and kits.
  23. 23. RASPBERRY PI• 700 Mhz arm xpu with cpu and 256mb 2 usbports, Ethernet, audio, RCA and HDMI (1080p)• Add WIFI through USB ($7 generic, 11 realtek, 13 airLink, 25netgear)• Think of a computer USB accessories• UDOO – raspberry pi + Arduino project on kicksarter (~$125)• DIY - raspberry pi + Arduino over usb & code
  24. 24. COOL STUFF• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoJV60a22Eg&list=UUl5dnj8oj_9dg6KIbudYmOw&index=7• http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/8-cool-components-arduino-projects/

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