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Maker printouts

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Printouts of Different Raspberry Pi Projects. Code can be found on dbakevlar.com/RaspberryPiPage

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Maker printouts

  1. 1. Magic Mirror Raspberry Pi Powered Ingredients: • Picture frame • One way mirror film • Old computer monitor • Raspberry pi • Chromium in “kiosk” mode • Skywriter module • Keyboard, mouse, cables
  2. 2. Tweeting Cam Pig Raspberry Pi Powered Ingredients: • Stuffed animal • 8500maH battery • Raspberry Pi B+ Ver. 2 • Python code • Twython module • PiCamera • Button • Two jumper wires • SB/micro USB cable • Velcro to grant easy access to components • Wifi dongle, (wifi provided by cell phone) • Twitter dev app authorization
  3. 3. 4M Kit Hacks Raspberry Pi Powered Ingredients: • 4M Kit • Jumper Wires to attach kit to Raspberry Pi • Python code • Batteries, (so Raspberry Pi doesn’t have pressure of powering the motor and other gears.) • Electrical tape or soldering components. Teaches kids how code can control different components. Even if the concept is similar, the code and motor can create solutions to myriads of challenges. Offers opportunities to use imagination, creativity and technical skills.
  4. 4. Motor Powered Paper Airplane Launcher Raspberry Pi Powered Ingredients: • Plastic base • Legos for base, (can be added to for height) • Battery pack to supplement power to motors • Jumper Wires to attach to Raspberry Pi • Rubber floor protectors • Screws to attach to motors • Python code • Electrical tape/super glue/double stick tape Fold a plane and ask to have it launched from the launcher. How far does it fly?
  5. 5. Raspberry Pi Models Raspberry Pi B+, (there was an A, B, B+ Version 1, too!) • Arm Processor • Memory commonly 1Gb • Micro SD Card, (8Gb preferable) for storage • Runs Raspbian, (Wheezy Version) but has many version of Operating System available! • GPU, (Graphic processor) with 512Mb • Micro USB power, (charger for Android Phones) 2Amp max • 40 Pin GPIO, (General Purpose Input/Output) pins for physical computing projects • Ports for camera, touch screen, HDMI, 4 USB, speaker and Ethernet.
  6. 6. Raspberry Pi 3 Model Raspberry Pi 3 • Arm Processor, (4× ARM Cortex-A53, 1.2GHz) • Memory commonly 1Gb • Built in WiFi! • Micro SD Card, (8Gb preferable) for storage • Runs Raspbian, (Jessie Version) but has others available. Will NOT run Wheezy! • GPU, Broadcom VideoCore IV • Micro USB power, (charger for Android Phones) 2Amp max • Bluetooth Low Energy • 40 Pin GPIO, (General Purpose Input/Output) pins for physical computing projects • Ports for camera, touch screen, HDMI, 4 USB, 3.5 audio/video
  7. 7. Raspberry PiZero Raspberry Pi 3 • Arm Processor, (1GHz ARM11 core) • 512Gb of memory • 40 GPIO, no PINS, (aka unpopulated) • Micro SD Card, (8Gb preferable) for storage • Runs Raspbian, (Jessie Version) and also Will NOT run Wheezy! • Mini-HDMI socket for 1080p60 video output • Micro USB power, (charger for Android Phones) 2Amp max • An unpopulated composite video header • 1 micro USB for attaching hub for keyboard, mouse, WiFi dongle, etc. Great for advance users, not a good choice for beginners.

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