Introduction: In my previous article – Anatomy of Raspberry Pi, we talked about GPIO (General Purpose Input Output). In this article we will discuss more about the GPIO pins, function of each pin on the Pi board and GPIO numbering.
The Raspberry Pi is a bare bone computer with just a Motherboard and few connectors like the USB ports, HDMI port, Ethernet connector etc. You would still need a Micro SD card, a Keyboard, a Mouse and a Monitor to get the Raspberry Pi up and running.
The Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer (size of a credit card) designed and developed in the UK. This tiny computer enables everyone (big or small) to learn physical computing, explore basic electronics and learn how to program (programming).
This is part III the IOT series. Click here for Part I and click here for Part II of the IOT Series. Raspberry Pi – The Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer (size of a credit card) designed and developed in the UK.
This is second in series of blogs on Internet of Things – For the first blog read here. In this blog we would discuss on how to make things communicate. i.e. how to make things tell what they know, what
The most talked about stuff after Cloud and Big Data is probably (IOT) Internet of Things and I am sure almost everyone reading this blog have heard and have a little sense on what it is. Those having heard it