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Internet of Things is on its course to bring about the next technological revolution. IoT will shake up the conventional way of doing things and make the world smart. In the past 2-3 years, the interest in IoT development boards has increased substantially. This blog on Raspberry Pi Tutorial focuses on one such IoT development board and applications based on it.
This Raspberry Pi tutorial blog will comprise of the following topics:
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is registered as an Educational Charity based in the UK. The foundation was set-up to foster education in the field of computer science. The aim of the foundation was to provide low cost, high-performance computer into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding, creating & modelling our progressive digital world.
What? A credit-card sized computer? Yes! You read it right, it’s a fully functional credit-card sized computer which can be plugged into a monitor. The Raspberry pi 3 is based on Broad-com System on Chip with an ARM processor of around 1.2GHz, a GPU and 1 GB SDRAM.
Since Raspberry Pi is a fully functional computer, we can perform tasks such as browsing the internet, word-processing, playing games and obviously developing IoT based applications.
Now, let’s have a look at the different components of the Raspberry Pi 3 – B model:
One of the brilliant things about the Raspberry Pi has always been the ability to attach external physical hardware to the Raspberry Pi. There are many add-on hats to the Raspberry Pi, one such HAT is the Sense HAT.
The Sense HAT comes with an 8×8 RGB LED matrix, a five-button joystick and includes the following sensors:
You can attach the Sense Hat to the raspberry Pi as shown in the below image.
Go through this recording of Raspberry Pi Tutorial where our instructor has explained the topics in a detailed manner with examples that will help you to understand the concepts better.
I hope you would have found this Raspberry Pi tutorial blog informative and helpful. I would recommend you to stay tuned to Edureka channel to learn more about IoT applications.
Now that you have gone through our IoT Tutorial blog, you can check out Edureka’s IoT Training Using Azure. As per the Cisco report, IoT will generate $14.4 trillion in value across all industries in the next decade. All of this will lead to better job opportunities. Edureka’s IoT Certification Training aims at covering all these new concepts around the Enterprise IoT Application Development.
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