Raspberry Pi Robotic Projects
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- Make your projects talk and understand speech with Raspberry Pi
- Use standard webcam to make your projects see and enhance vision capabilities
- Full of simple, easy-to-understand instructions to bring your Raspberry Pi online for developing robotics projects
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 278 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : February 2014
ISBN : 184969432X
ISBN 13 : 9781849694322
Author(s) : Richard Grimmett
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Other
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Raspberry Pi
Chapter 2: Programming Raspberry Pi
Chapter 3: Providing Speech Input and Output
Chapter 4: Adding Vision to Raspberry Pi
Chapter 5: Creating Mobile Robots on Wheels
Chapter 6: Making the Unit Very Mobile – Controlling the Movement of a Robot with Legs
Chapter 7: Avoiding Obstacles Using Sensors
Chapter 8: Going Truly Mobile – The Remote Control of Your Robot
Chapter 9: Using a GPS Receiver to Locate Your Robot
Chapter 10: System Dynamics
Chapter 11: By Land, Sea, and Air
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Errata- 2 submitted: last submission 27 Mar 2014
Type: Code | Page number 3 and 15
The command: sudodd if=2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/sdX
Should be: sudo dd if=2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/sdX
Type: Code | Page number 23
The command: sudoapt-getinstall tightvncserverin
Should be: sudo apt-get install tightvncserver
Type: Code | Page number 32
The command: sudo apt-get installnmap
Should be: sudo apt-get install nmap
The command: sudonmap -sP 10.25.155.1/254
Should be: sudo nmap -sP 10.25.155.1/254
Type: Technical | Page number: 78
In the section "Interpreting commands and initiating actions", the path for the code continuous.c is given as:
It should be:
What you will learn from this book
- Unbox, power-up, and configure Raspberry Pi with Ubuntu, a powerful version of Linux
- Exercise vision control in your projects to distinguish colors, patterns, or movements
- Apply and control speech software to enable your projects to speak
- Discover external hardware to enable your robotics projects to move
- Create complex robotics projects that can move, swim, or even fly
- Interact with your projects wirelessly so that they can be truly autonomous
Robotics development is accelerating, and an amazing array of new hardware and software capabilities are available to anyone with an interest in the area. Robots will soon be a part of our everyday life, and it will soon be as important to know how they work as it is to know how a computer works. Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized, fully capable PC that can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, such as spreadsheets, word processing, and games.
This book starts with the essentials of turning on the basic hardware. It provides the capability to interpret your commands and have your robot initiate actions. By the time you are through, you’ll have robots that can speak, listen, and move in a number of amazing ways.
This book is a step-by-step projects guide to unlocking some complex and interesting capabilities of Raspberry Pi. Teaching you to use Raspberry Pi from scratch, this book will discuss a wide range of capabilities that can be achieved with it. These capabilities include voice recognition, human-like speech simulation, computer vision, motor control, GPS location, and wireless control. You will then learn how to combine these capabilities to create your own robotics projects.
By the time you have completed this book, you will be able to use Raspberry Pi to create some complex and fascinating robotics projects with a vast array of capabilities.
This book is for enthusiasts who want to use Raspberry Pi to build complex robotics projects. However, some programming background is recommended. With the aid of the step-by-step instructions in this book, you can construct complex robotics projects that can move, talk, listen, see, swim, or fly.
Who this book is for
Raspberry Pi Robotic Projects is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step projects guide packed full of examples of actual robotics projects. Each topic is explained in detail to make it easy to replicate the projects described.