Control The World (or whatever you want) With Linux and a Raspberry Pi
|Speaker:||Phoenix Linux Users Group, 3rd party|
|Category:||Computers & Technology|
We will see how a $35 Raspberry Pi (or even the $9 version), a breadboard and a bit of circuitry connected to the SPI and I2C buses can control pretty much anything: a thermostat; a "self driving" model car; or a clock-radio that also displays software build progress and your corporate network uptime status.
June 13, 2019, 7 p.m.