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Raspberry Pi Robotics Projects - Second Edition

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Learn
  • 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
  • Use the GPIO to communicate with external sensors
About

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. In this second edition, you will learn more specifics on how to use the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins to communicate with and control a wide range of additional hardware.

Teaching you to use the 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 end of the book, you will be able to employ the Raspberry Pi to build some intricate and enthralling robotics projects with ease.

Features
  • Make your projects talk and understand speech with the Raspberry Pi
  • Use a standard webcam to make your projects see and enhance vision capabilities
  • Full of simple, easy-to-understand instructions to bring your Raspberry Pi online to develop robotics projects
  • Describe how to access the GPIO pins to provide access to a wide array of additional hardware capabilities
Page Count 300
Course Length 9 hours 0 minutes
ISBN9781785280146
Date Of Publication 29 Apr 2015

Authors

Dr. Richard Grimmett

Dr. Richard Grimmett has been fascinated by computers and electronics from his very first programming project, which used Fortran on punch cards. He has bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering and a PhD in leadership studies. He also has 26 years of experience in the radar and telecommunications industries, and even has one of the original brick phones. He now teaches computer science and electrical engineering at Brigham Young University, Idaho, where his office is filled with his many robotics projects.