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Raspberry Pi Annual Volume 3

Raspberry Pi Annual Volume 3


Raspberry Pi Annual Volume 3

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The Raspberry Pi was first created in 2012 and since then, more than 10 million units have been sold to children and adults alike. In this book we’ll show you how to set up your Pi, run motion tracking software and program with Python. If you’ve ever wanted to build your own Raspberry Pi robots, we have all the tutorial files you’ll need.

In this bookazine...

Everything you need to get the most from Raspberry Pi

50 ways to master Raspberry Pi
- Get the most out of your Raspberry Pi with these expert tricks and tips

Electronics for Pi hackers
- Build electronic circuits for Pi interfaces

Control a robotic arm
- Build, hack and move a robotic arm

10 best boards for makers
- Check out Raspberry Pi alternatives

Also inside...
Pygame Zero
Pen test with Raspberry Pi
Add multimedia to your Pi
Stream internet TV to your Raspberry Pi
Set up a multi-room sound system
Check your mail
Capture photos with the NoIR Pi camera
Experiment with the NoIR Pi camera and shoot at night
Build a Pi cluster with Docker Swarm
Handle OpenGL on your Pi
Pixel Vision
Pixel Globe
Multitasking with your Pi
Visualise music in Minecraft with the PianoHAT
Produce clean water with the Raspberry Pi
Set up a family calendar
Get alerts with the Raspberry Pi baby monitor
Motion tracking with your Pi
Develop face recognition on your Pi
Turn Pi into a router
Talking on the IC2 bus
Run RISC OS on your Raspberry Pi
Save time building packages with disc
Build an explorer pHAT robot
Internet of LEGO
Embed in Python C
Hack a robot with Pi Mote
Tron PiDesk
Monitoring audio
Create your own circuit diagrams with Fritzing
Develop location services on your Pi
Music box
Self-driving RC car
Anonymise your web traffic with a Pi Tor router
Underwater Pi drone
Terrarium controller
Network a sensor display with Pimoroni Scroll pHAT
Gesture-based TV remote control
Raspberry Pi plus Arduinos
Connect 4 robot
Turn your Pi into a Tor proxy with Onion Pi

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