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Raspberry Pi LESSON 1: First Boot and Configuring the Desktop, Panel, Menu and Preferences


Announcing the Most Awesome Raspberry Pi Lessons of All Times! This time we RUMBLE! In this lesson I will take you through first boot of your pi, and then show how to improve the desktop appearance. In this class series, we will be using the most excellent Sunfounder Ultimate Raspberry Pi kit, available at here: (Affiliate Link) 🤍 or for our UK friends, 🤍 You guys get your hardware ordered so you can follow along at home! You will also need a Raspberry Pi. I suggest the Raspberry Pi 4. If you do not already have one, this is the most suitable gear I could find: 🤍 The Raspberry Pi's are sort of pricy right now, so you can look on ebay or elsewhere to see if there are any deals. You will need a SD card. If you do not already have one, this is a good one: 🤍 I like using a wireless keyboard and mouse to have fewer wires. You can certainly use your USB keyboard and mouse, but if you want a nice wireless one, this one works on the pi. 🤍 You guys can help me out over at Patreon, and that will help me keep my gear updated, and help me keep this quality content coming: 🤍 #RESISTTHEMETAVERSE #RASPBERRYPI

Raspberry Pi Pico RP2040 Programming in MicroPython, Complete Course for Beginners with Examples


Altium Designer: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Pico Complete Course, Read Article: 🤍 Subscribe to my New YouTube Channel, if you want to watch my videos in Hindi/Urdu 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Project Description: * Raspberry Pi Pico is the best microcontroller board and it's capable of doing things, which you can’t even imagine doing with the Arduino boards. Raspberry Pi Pico is much cheaper than the Arduino Uno, Arduino Nano, and other Arduino boards. I got this Raspberry Pi Pico board from the DFrobot for only 4 dollars. Anyway, since this is a getting started tutorial; so, I will try my level best to explain each and every detail including, 1. Raspberry Pi Pico Comparison with Arduino 2. Raspberry pi Pico Technical Specifications 3. Raspberry Pi Pico Pinout details 4. Raspberry Pi Pico Onboard Components 5. Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython installation, Driver installation, and Thonny IDE installation. I will start with the easiest example which is controlling the Raspberry Pi Pico onboard LED, I will write a very basic program to Turn ON and Turn OFF the Onboard LED. Then in the 2nd example, I will show you how to connect an external LED. In 3rd example, I will show you how to connect multiple LEDs and then how to modify the existing code to make some cool patterns. These LED example projects will help you in understanding how to turn ON and turn OFF any GPIO pin on the Raspberry Pi Pico. In the 4th example, I will show you how to read a digital input on any GPIO pin of the Raspberry Pi Pico, for this, I will use a Pushbutton. We will be reading and controlling both at the same time. The Raspberry Pi Pico board will sense the button click and will then accordingly turn ON or turn OFF the LED. In the 5th example, I will show you how to connect an Oled display module with the Raspberry Pi Pico. I will write a very basic program to print some text on the Oled display module. This is really an important example because in maximum of the projects you will need displays to print text and sensors values. In the 6th example, I will show you how to use an analog sensor with the Raspberry Pi Pico and display its value on the Oled display module. For demonstration purposes, I will be using a Potentiometer as the sensor. In the 7th example, I will show you how to use an Ultrasonic Sensor with the Raspberry Pi Pico and display its value on the Oled display module. In the 8th example, I will show you how to make a temperature monitoring system and by the way, I will be using the Raspberry Pi Pico onboard Temperature sensor. In the 9Th example, I will show you how to make the day and night detection system. This is really an important example as I will be explaining how to use an LDR sensor and a relay module for controlling a 110/220Vac Light Bulb. In the 10th and final example, we will be making a small security system using a PIR sensor and a buzzer. The PIR sensor will sense the motion which will trigger the Raspberry Pi Pico and then the Raspberry Pi Pico will turn ON the buzzer. Amazon Purchase links: * Other must-have Tools and Components: Raspberry Pi Pico from DFrobot: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Pico from Amazon: 🤍 Arduino Uno, Nano, Mega, Micro "All types of Arduino Boards": 🤍 Top Arduino Sensors: 🤍 Super Starter kit for Beginners 🤍 Top Oscilloscopes 🤍 Variable Supply: 🤍 Digital Multimeter: 🤍 Top Soldering iron kits: "best" 🤍 Top Portable drill machines: 🤍 3D printers: 🤍 CNC Machines: 🤍 Electronics Accessories: 🤍 Hardware Tools: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I will receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support! * For more Projects and tutorials visit my Websites Electronic Clinic: 🤍 Programming Digest: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow my Facebook Page Electronic Clinic: 🤍 Follow my Facebook Group, Arduino Projects: 🤍 Email: stu_engineering🤍yahoo.com #RaspberryPiPico #RP2040 #RaspberryPiPicoExamples

Raspberry Pi - All You Need To Know


If you keep your ear to the Tinkering community, I'm sure you've heard whispers (and shouts) of the Raspberry Pi. And if you wanted to get into making, tinkering, computing, or electronics, the Raspberry Pi is a great tool to have in your tool belt. But what is it? And why is it so popular? Let's find out!

Program A Raspberry Pi In 7 Minutes


There's a plethora of amazing things that can be made with a Raspberry Pi, but if you don't even know how to set up a Raspberry Pi, you can't do any of them! So this is for you N00bs out there - a beginners guide to setting up a Raspberry Pi. _ 📲🔗🔗📲 IMPORTANT LINKS 📲🔗🔗📲 🤍 🤍 🤍 _ 💰💰💰💰 SUPPORT THE SHOW 💰💰💰💰 🤍 _ 🤔💡🤔💡 SUBMIT YOUR IDEAS 🤔💡🤔💡 🤍 📢📢📢📢 Follow 📢📢📢📢 🤍 🤍 tinkernut_ftw 🤍 🤍

Raspberry Pi - How to Begin Coding Python on Raspberry Pi


Find code and diagrams at: 🤍 With Thonny you can easily begin to code Python Scripts on Raspberry Pi OS. Thonny is a very simple Python IDE that is easy to learn.

What Is Raspberry Pi? | Raspberry Pi Explained | Raspberry Pi Tutorial for Beginners | Simplilearn


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How I Use ChatGPT to Program My Raspberry Pi


This is insane... What is ChatGPT? ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests. ChatGPT is a sibling model to InstructGPT, which is trained to follow an instruction in a prompt and provide a detailed response. OpenAI’s mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence (AGI)—by which we mean highly autonomous systems that outperform humans at most economically valuable work—benefits all of humanity. We will attempt to directly build safe and beneficial AGI, but will also consider our mission fulfilled if our work aids others to achieve this outcome. To that end, we commit to the following principles: Broadly Distributed Benefits We commit to use any influence we obtain over AGI’s deployment to ensure it is used for the benefit of all, and to avoid enabling uses of AI or AGI that harm humanity or unduly concentrate power. Our primary fiduciary duty is to humanity. We anticipate needing to marshal substantial resources to fulfill our mission, but will always diligently act to minimize conflicts of interest among our employees and stakeholders that could compromise broad benefit. What is Raspberry Pi? - 🤍 The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python. It’s capable of doing everything you’d expect a desktop computer to do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video, to making spreadsheets, word-processing, and playing games. What’s more, the Raspberry Pi has the ability to interact with the outside world, and has been used in a wide array of digital maker projects, from music machines and parent detectors to weather stations and tweeting birdhouses with infra-red cameras. We want to see the Raspberry Pi being used by kids all over the world to learn to program and understand how computers work. Raspberry Pi Foundation The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a registered educational charity (registration number 1129409) based in the UK. Our Foundation’s goal is to advance the education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science and related subjects. See our stories page for more information about the Foundation’s charitable work. You can read more about the history of Raspberry Pi and the people who have helped to make it the success it is today on our about page.

They're using Raspberry Pis at the golf course now


You never know where a Raspberry Pi will pop up! The driving range near my house is powered by a Pi now. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #Golf

A Raspberry Pi 4 can do what!


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Raspberry Pi 4 The Absolute Beginner!


Buy this Raspberry Pi 4 Kit here - 🤍 This channel is an Amazon Affiliate, and all Amazon links are commissioned. Talking about Raspberry Pi for new enthusiasts, and touring the new Raspberry Pi 4 8GB model & an overview of past models as well. Check out Christian's Channel - "The Digital Life" 🤍 Help support the channel on Patreon... if you want. 🤍 The Gear I use to Make Videos: DJI Osmo Pocket 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G7 🤍 Viltrox Speedbooster 🤍 Canon 50mm Lens 🤍 Canon 18-55mm Lens 🤍 Comica CVM-VM10II Microphone 🤍 Boya BY-M1 Microphone 🤍 Blackmagic Decklink Mini Recorder 🤍 Neweer Ball Head 🤍 Neweer Tripod 🤍 Raleno Light 🤍 Generic USB 2.0 Capture card (no pigtail) 🤍 Generic USB 2.0 Capture card (with pigtail) 🤍 #raspberrypi #lowdoughtech #linux 0:00 Intro 1:12 Older Models 4:02 Raspberry Pi 4 Unboxing, Overview, & Assembly 10:55 Setting up Raspberry Pi Desktop OS 14:21 Touring the Desktop OS 18:58 Linux Terminal 20:05 Raspi-Config 21:12 Closing Thoughts

Hackaday U: Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course


HackadayU is an alternative grad school for hardware hackers. Learn with us at 🤍 Pablo Oyarzo is teaching Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course. Playlist for the Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course series: 🤍 HackadayU is an alternative grad school for hardware folks, software people, creative thinkers, and engineers. HackadayU aims to inspire people to gain new skills, grow their careers, and most importantly, have fun learning alongside of experienced engineers. Classes are pay-as-you-wish, with all proceeds going to charities that feed, house, or educate others. Hackaday's parent company is Supplyframe.

Raspberry Pi Pico - A Beginners Guide


Wow, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has been on a roll over the last year! What's their latest venture? A microcontroller! What's that, you ask? Well, lucky you! I'm about to tell you! Just sit back and watch this video and you'll never have any questions about microcontrollers and the Pi Pico ever again. Ever. Period. Maybe. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:48 What Is The Pico? 1:25 What Is A Microcontroller? 2:08 Arduino vs Pico 3:05 Booting the Pi Pico 3:35 Installing Micropython 4:16 Writing Our First Script 5:31 The Blink Example _  📲🔗🔗📲 IMPORTANT LINKS 📲🔗🔗📲    Buy a Pi Pico - 🤍 Getting started - 🤍   💰💰💰💰 SUPPORT THE SHOW 💰💰💰💰    🤍    📢📢📢📢 Follow 📢📢📢📢    🤍  🤍 🤍  🤍 🤍raspberrypi 🤍JeffGeerling #raspberrypi #tinkernut #pico #micropython

IoT Full Course - Learn IoT In 4 Hours | Internet Of Things | IoT Tutorial For Beginners | Edureka


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Introduction and Parts - Raspberry Pi and Python tutorials p.1


Welcome to a series on the Raspberry Pi. One of the most common questions I see about the Raspberry Pi is "What do I do with this?" The Raspberry Pi is a fully-fledged mini computer, capable of doing whatever you might do with a computer. It comes with 4x USB, HDMI, LAN, built-in Bluetooth/WiFi support, 1GB RAM, 1.2GHz quad-core ARM CPU, 40 GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) pins, audio and composite video output, and more. Rather than not having many choices, instead, your options are staggeringly large! This tutorial series will introduce you to the Raspberry Pi and some of the things you can do with it! Parts list: 🤍 Text-based version of this series: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

I had to cross the ocean to buy a Raspberry Pi


I wanted to see this mythical place where Raspberry Pis are actually in stock! And if you look _very_ closely, you'll see they even had one Compute Module 4 in stock at the end of the day lol. Thank you SO much to everyone who supports this channel: the viewers, subscribers, patrons, sponsors, members... you all made it possible for me to take this trip to the UK and visit the Pi Store, the factory, and interview Eben Upton, so—thank you! Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Dad can't find a Pi 00:16 - Hello Pi Store 02:11 - Filling the hole Maplin left 03:15 - Scalpers ruin EVERYTHING 04:01 - Exploring the Pi gear 05:02 - Maker wall 06:29 - A little Pi History (in the checkout counter) 07:14 - Buy and Fly a Pi 08:08 - Delivery - and good news!

Drone Programming With Python Course | 3 Hours | Including x4 Projects | Computer Vision


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Raspberry Pi Pico W LESSON 1: Write Your First Program for Absolute Beginners


You guys can help me out over at Patreon, and that will help me keep my gear updated, and help me keep this quality content coming: 🤍 In this class we will be using the Sunfounder Raspberry Pi Pico W Keppler Kit. It will make things a lot easier if we are working on identical hardware. the link below is to amazon, and is for the identical hardware I will be using in this entire class. 🤍 In this introductory video, I will show you how to install micropython on the Raspberry Pi Pico W, I will show you how to install Thonny, the IDE, on your PC. Thonny will allow you to interact with the Pico W. Then in today's short introductory video, you will write your first four programs, and will get a homework assignment. This class is for absolute beginners, and I do not assume you already understand the material I am presenting. My goal is not to 'Show Off', but to genuinely teach you how you can do this type of work and projects on your own. Enjoy! #raspberrypipico #tutorial #sunfounder

HackadayU: Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course - Class 1


This is Class 1 in the Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course taught by Pablo Oyarzo. Learn with us: 🤍 Playlist for the Linux + Electronics: A Raspberry Pi Course series: 🤍 0:00 Welcome 0:58 What is a Raspberry Pi? 14:03 What is Linux? 18:04 What is Electronics? 22:47 Raspberry Pi OS 46:14 WiFi Config and SSH 50:01 Boot up and Update 50:57 Outro

Raspberry Pi GPIO - Getting Started with gpiozero


Learn to use the Raspberry Pi GPIO connector and the gpiozero library to interface with an LED and some switches. We’ll even make a very simple camera and have our Pi take a selfie! Article with code samples: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 The GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) is a 40-pin connector on every modern Raspberry Pi board that allows you to expand your Pi and connect it to external sensors, drivers and displays. And today we’ll start from scratch and see how easy it is to interface simple devices to the GPIO and control them with Python, using the gpiozero library. When we need to interface with sensors, displays or motor drivers we generally use an Arduino, but there are several advantages to using a powerful microcomputer like a Raspberry Pi. With its increased processing power, large storage and memory and ability to interface with the Internet and Bluetooth it can add a new level of power to our projects. The 10-dollar Raspberry Pi Zero W is a viable replacement for an Arduino board, and it's the Raspberry Pi that I’ll be using in today's demonstrations. In fact, everything I demo today could have easily been run on a 5-dollar Raspberry Pi Zero, as we don’t need the networking or Bluetooth capabilities. We’ll keep it simple today and only interface with an LED and a couple of pushbutton switches. Just so you can get a good feel for how easy it is to code for the GPIO, thanks to the power of the gpiozero library. To make it interesting the final demos will also use the Raspberry Pi Camera, and we’ll build a functional digital camera with only a few lines of code. Try that with an Arduino! Here is the table of contents for this rather long video: 00:00 - Introduction 01:45 - Pi vs Arduino 06:35 - Selecting a Raspberry Pi 10:28 - GPIO Prototyping Accessories 15:41 - Raspberry Pi GPIO 19:51 - gpiozero Library 21:23 - Hooking up to the GPIO 22:51 - Setting up the Raspberry Pi 25:00 - Blink Compare (Arduino vs Pi) 33:14 - LED and Button Experiments 40:17 - Hooking up the Camera Experiment 41:20 - Controlling the Camera While today's demos are extremely simple they will pave the way to doing more complex things with the GPIO, and I’ll be doing that in future videos. Make sure you’re subscribed to the channel so that you don’t miss those! And keep in mind that the Raspberry Pi GPIO has been unofficially adopted by many SBC (Single Board Computer) manufacturers, so learning to interface to the Pi will also open the doors to working with several other platforms. BTW, for those who make it through this long video, there is a short “blooper” at the end! Enjoy the video!

Assembly Language Programming with ARM – Full Tutorial for Beginners


Learn assembly language programming with ARMv7 in this beginner's course. 🦾 ARM is becoming an increasingly popular language in the world of computer programming. It is estimated that over 200 billion devices contain an ARM chip, making the ARM language valuable to understand. By understanding an assembly language, programmers can have a better understanding of how code is compiled and run, making it possible to create more efficient programs. In addition to this, programmers can work at a lower level, allowing them to write code that interacts with hardware in an efficient manner. ✏️ Scott Cosentino created this course. Check out his YouTube channel: 🤍 💻 Emulator for ARM programming: 🤍 ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️ ⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction ⌨️ (0:01:08) Intro and Setup ⌨️ (0:03:33) Emulation and Memory Layout ⌨️ (0:13:22) Your First Program ⌨️ (0:24:39) Addressing Modes ⌨️ (0:37:10) Arithmetic and CPSR Flags ⌨️ (0:48:38) Logical Operations ⌨️ (0:55:03) Logical Shifts and Rotations Part 1 ⌨️ (1:02:23) Logical Shifts and Rotations Part 2 ⌨️ (1:09:06) Conditions and Branches ⌨️ (1:19:37) Loops with Branches ⌨️ (1:29:16) Conditional Instruction Execution ⌨️ (1:34:36) Branch with link register and returns ⌨️ (1:41:05) Preserving and Retrieving Data From Stack Memory ⌨️ (1:49:49) Hardware Interactions ⌨️ (1:58:07) Setting up Qemu for ARM ⌨️ (2:07:52) Printing Strings to Terminal ⌨️ (2:20:26) Debugging Arm Programs with Gdb 🎉 Thanks to our Champion and Sponsor supporters: 👾 Raymond Odero 👾 Agustín Kussrow 👾 aldo ferretti 👾 Otis Morgan 👾 DeezMaster Learn to code for free and get a developer job: 🤍 Read hundreds of articles on programming: 🤍

Create a Cybersecurity Homelab on a Raspberry Pi! - Crash Course 2022


📚 Resources, Web Links, & Timestamps Below 📚 ⏰Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 1:05 - Project Resource Links 1:43 - Raspberry Pi Setup 2:45 - Enable SSH 4:13 - Project Overview 6:00 - Overview of Docker 9:12 - Install Docker Engine 12:40 - Download Docker Images 15:09 - Deploy Containers 19:25 - Install Container Packages 25:45 - Establish Basic Network Connectivity 27:43 - Download Website Files 34:00 - Edit Config File 34:42 - Create Self-Signed Cert 39:55 - Download HTTPS Python Server 41:36 - Edit Web Script 47:10 - Final Demo 48:48 - Conclusion 🔗 Links Mentioned: Google Drive: 🤍 Project Notes: 🤍 Simple HTTPS Python Server GitHub: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Imager Utility: 🤍 Project Idea Page: 🤍 DockerHub Page: 🤍 Additional Security Raspberry Pi Project Ideas: 🤍 🍓 Raspberry Pi Model 3B+ CanaKit Starter: 🤍 🐕 Follow Me: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Cybercademy Discord Server: 🤍 🤔 Have questions, concerns, comments?: Email me: grant🤍cybercademy.org 🎧 Gear: Laptop (Lenovo X1 Carbon Ultrabook 6th Gen): 🤍 Monitors (Dell D Series 31.5” D3218HN): 🤍 Keyboard (Velocifire VM01): 🤍 Headphones (Audio Technica ATH-M40x): 🤍 Standing Desk (FlexiSpot Height Adjustable 47 inch): 🤍 Microphone (Shure SM58LC Dynamic Microphone): 🤍

Overview about Raspberry Pi & Course | Day-1 Raspberry Pi Master class


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Object Identification & Animal Recognition With Raspberry Pi + OpenCV + Python


Subscribe For More! Article with All Steps - 🤍 Actively search and classify all kinds of household objects and common animals with a palm sized single board computer. Then use specific object detection to control GPIO pins. Make sure to use the Previous Raspberry Pi 'Buster' OS with this Guide. Related Information Backyard BirdCam Project (Amazing Project that utilises this exact technology) - 🤍 Flashing 'Buster' OS onto a Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Facial Recognition with the Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Face and Movement Tracking System For Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Controlling a Servo Motor with a Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Speed Camera with Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Hand Tracking & Gesture Control With Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Control Your Raspberry Pi Remotely Using Your Phone (RaspController Guide) - 🤍 Coco Dataset Library - 🤍 Have you ever wanted to get your Raspberry Pi 4 Model B to actively search and identify common household objects and commonplace animals? Then you have found the right place. I'll show you exactly how to do this so you can set up a similar system in your own Maker-verse. Furthermore, I will demonstrate how you can refine the identification so it searches only for particular desired targets. Then we’ll take this to the next step and demonstrate how you can alter the code to make the Raspberry Pi control physical hardware when it identifies that particular target. This guide is going to blend machine learning and open-source software together with the Raspberry Pi ecosystem. One of the open-source software used here is Open-CV which is a huge resource that helps solve real-time computer vision and image processing problems. This will be a second foray into Open-CV landscape with Raspberry Pi and Facial Recognition being the first. We will also utilise an already trained library of objects and animals from the Coco Library. The Coco (Common Object in Context) Library is large-scale object detection, segmentation, and captioning dataset. This trained library is how the Raspberry Pi will know what certain objects and animals generally look like. You can also find pre-trained libraries for all manner of objects, creatures, sounds, and animals so if this particular library here does not suit your needs you can find many others freely accessible online. The library used here will enable our Raspberry Pi will be able to identify 91 unique objects/animals and provide a constantly updating confidence rating. Machine learning has never been more accessible and this video will demonstrate this. If you have any questions about this content or want to share a project you're working on head over to our maker forum, we are full time makers and here to help - 🤍 Core Electronics is located in the heart of Newcastle, Australia. We're powered by makers, for makers. Drop by if you are looking for: Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (4GB) Ultimate Kit Bundle (AVALIABLE!) - 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB: 🤍 Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera (Used Here): 🤍 Raspberry Pi 6mm Wide Angle Camera Lens (Used Here): 🤍 Raspberry Pi Official Camera Module V2 : 🤍 Makeblock 9g Micro Servo Pack (used here): 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Power Supply: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:17 Video Overview 0:56 What You Will Need 1:30 Set Up 3:10 Grab Some Objects 3:35 Its Working! 4:02 Some Values Worth Tinkering 4:55 GPIO Control with Identified Objects 5:36 Acknowledgments 5:47 Outro

How I built a WiFi hacking device using a Raspberry Pi!


CodeGym Java University India: 🤍 Free webinar for Java aspirants: 🤍 Use code TECHRAJ to avail additional 15% discount by contacting CodeGym's sales team while applying for the course. In this video, I convert a Raspberry Pi into a WiFi hacking device by writing some code to automatically enumerate networks in the reachable range, perform a de-authentication attack, capture the four-way WPA handshake, and send the captured handshake to a password cracking rig where a cracking job will be initiated with the help of hashcat. If you want to learn more about my password-cracking rig (formerly crypto mining rig), check out this video: 🤍 To learn more about the 4-way WPA handshake, you can refer to this article: 🤍 If you want to have a closer look at the code that I've written in this video, check it out: 🤍 Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE for more videos! Join my Discord: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍​​​​​ Blog: 🤍

Raspberry Pi for beginners course part 1 presented by Gam3t3ch Electronics


For all the resources head over to: 🤍 For more information on the #raspberrypi head over to the following links. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 If you would like to donate to help support my channel you can do that here: 🤍 Thank you! and have a good day eh! This video is more of a breakdown but packed full of all the information from the course. We certainly had a lot of fun and even had Samreen from Matrix Labs join us on a google hangout to show of a project. Which we were using the raspberry pi 4 to connect with her. a few glitches in the video but took me a 3 days of fixing and re-rendering I missed one spot that bugs me but settled for not spending another 3 hours waiting for things to render and upload again. Other things in this video: Raspberry Pi 3b+: 🤍 breadboard kit: 🤍 Pimoroni Scroll pHat: 🤍 Pimoroni Piano Hat: 🤍 My Daily Pi Setup: Raspberry Pi 2GB: 🤍 USB 3.0 enclosure: 🤍 Logitech C922 Webcam: 🤍 Neewer NW-700: 🤍 Digiflex Mic cable: 🤍 Behringer Q502USB: 🤍 Asus Blu-Ray: 🤍 Logitech Wireless Combo K235: 🤍 Samsung 860 Evo SSD: 🤍 Kingston 120gb SSD: 🤍 Lexar 32gb Micro SD: 🤍 My other common equipment: Gigabyte Brix: 🤍 Roxio HD: 🤍 USB Microscope: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Go: 🤍 Canon T6i: 🤍 gopro hero 7 white: 🤍 3D Printer (similar to): 🤍

Raspberry Pi Pico workshops in Nairobi, Kenya


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Home Assistant COMPLETE Beginners Guide 2023


A complete idiot's guide to Home Assistant with zero nerd speak from setting up the Raspberry Pi to creating automations, connecting Alexa & Creating Dashboards. The first 1,000 people to use my link to sign up will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: 🤍 *GET MY HOME ASSISTANT SETUP BELOW* As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. By buying through any of the links below I will earn commission at no extra cost to you :) BUY THE CONBEE STICK: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 BUY A RASPBERRY PI (Power supply case and SD card not included so make sure you order them too!): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 BUY THE NES CASE (*Be aware that this case has a shielding issue that affects Bluetooth and Zigbee, you can solve this by swapping the USB cables round in a weird way, more info here*: 🤍 UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 BUY THE KINGSTON SSD DRIVE UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 BUY THE SSD ADAPTER UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 LEWIS' ALEXA GUIDE: 🤍 THE HOOKUP: 🤍 = BUY ME A BEER Donate to the channel: 🤍 Become a monthly contributor on Patreon: 🤍 OTHER SMART HOME DEVICES I RECOMMEND As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. By buying through any of the links below I will earn commission at no extra cost to you :) CONBEE STICK (ENABLES ZIGBEE DEVICES TO CONNECT TO HOME ASSISTANT): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 OUTDOORLED STRIP (REQUIRES TUYA ZIGBEE HUB OR CONBEE STICK AND PI) GLOBAL LINK: 🤍 AQARA ZIGBEE MOTION SENSORS AND DOOR SENSORS (REQUIRES AQARA HUB OR CONBEE STICK & PI): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 AQARA LIGHT BULB E27 (REQUIRES AQARA HUB OR CONBEE STICK & PI): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 AQARA LIGHT SWITCH (REQUIRES AQARA HUB OR CONBEE STICK & PI): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 AQARA BATTERY REMOTE LIGHT SWITCH (REQUIRES AQARA HUB OR CONBEE STICK & PI): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 TUYA ZIGBEE MOTION SENSORS AND DOOR SENSORS: GLOBAL LINK: 🤍 TUYA ZIGBEE CURTAIN TRACK MOTOR: GLOBAL LINK: 🤍 TUYA BLIND MOTORS UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 FLIC BUTTONS (SMART BLUETOOTH BUTTONS): SINGLE FLIC: 🤍 3 FLICS AND A HUB (starter kit): 🤍 3 FLICS WITHOUT A HUB: 🤍 BUY A RASPBERRY PI HERE (TO HOST HOME ASSISTANT): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 BROADLINK RM4 PRO (TO CONTROL INFRARED DEVICES SUCH AS TV & RF DEVICES SUCH AS PROJECTOR SCREENS) UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 ZIGBEE PLUG SOCKET (REQUIRES ZIGBEE HUB SUCH AS HUBITAT OR SMARTTHINGS): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 REMOTE CONTROL CANDLES UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 DECORATIVE BULBS FROM SHELLY GLOBAL LINK: 🤍 ZIGBEE SPOTLIGHTS & RGB REMOTE UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 ROBOROCAK ROBOVAC UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 MOON LAMP (TUYA SMART LIFE WIFI - NO HUB REQUIRED) UK: 🤍 US: Unavailable :( LIFX BEAM UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 SOMA SMART BLIND MOTOR: 🤍 LIFX BULBS AND STRIPS IN THE GYM & DOOR FRAME LIGHT IN THE STUDIO UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 4K HORIZON PRO PROJECTOR IN THE BEDROOM UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 AMAZON ECHO 4TH GENERATION: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 ECHO SHOW 10 UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:30 - Home Assistant Hardware 1:07 - You Will Need 1:45 - Home Assistant Raspberry Pi 4 Construction 3:11 - Installing Home Assistant on Raspberry Pi 4 5:24 - Raspberry Pi Boot from USB 6:13 - Home Assistant First Time Actions 7:50 - Home Assistant Zigbee setup 8:14 - Home Assistant Mobile App 9:15 - Home Assistant Dashboard Tutorial 13:01 - Nabu Casa Setup : Home Assistant Cloud 14:19 - Home Assistant Alexa Support 15:42 - Home Assistant Scenes 16:59 - Home Assistant Automation 18:59 - Home Assistant Backups

10 Raspberry Pi Projects (All models, including Pico)


10 Raspberry Pi projects, including 3 for the Pico. Let’s celebrate the Raspberry Pi’s 10th birthday! #raspberrypi #raspberrypitutorials Main article: 🤍 Plus 10 more articles, one for each project! See below for links. More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 The Raspberry Pi is 10 years old, and today we will celebrate by building ten Raspberry Pi projects. The Raspberry Pi Model B was released to the world on February 29th, 2012 - yes, it was a leap-year baby! Since then over 40 million of these little boards have been sold and used in projects by makers, experimenters, hobbyists, and students. There is even a Raspberry Pi in the International Space Station! In this very long video, I’ll give you a bit of the history of the Raspberry Pi, and then we’ll jump into building 10 different projects, using everything from the Model Zero to the Raspberry Pi 4. Three of these projects will use the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller. You’re sure to find a project (or two, or three) that is just right for you. Here is what we’ll cover in today's special video: 00:00 - Introduction 01:29 - Raspberry Pi History 08:56 - Installing the OS 11:39 - 10 Projects 13:45 - Project 1 - Music Everywhere with Balena Sound 26:58 - Project 2 - Extend USB with VirtualHere 34:39 - Project 3 - Pico Simon Game 50:34 - Project 4 - Compose Music with Sonic Pi 56:48 - Project 5 - Time Lapse Camera 1:07:37 - Project 6 - Raspberry Pi Dual-Boot 1:15:23 - Project 7 - Pico Oscilloscope 1:25:11 - Project 8 - Pi Standby Switch 1:33:16 - Project 9 - NeoPixels with Pico PIO 1:42:28 - Project 10 - Pi Network Boot 1:50:25 - Conclusion You’ll also find a bunch of articles on the dronebotworkshop.com website, one for each project. So if you need any code or download links, you’ll be able to grab them there. They all link to one another, but here are direct links for you: 1 - Balena Sound - 🤍 2 - VirtualHere - 🤍 3 - Pico Simon Game - 🤍 4 - Sonic-Pi - 🤍 5 - Time Lapse Camera - 🤍-pi-10/timelapse 6 - Dual Boot - 🤍 7 - Pico Oscilloscope - 🤍 8 - Standby Switch - 🤍 9 - NeoPixels with Pico PIO - 🤍 10 - Network Boot - 🤍 I hope you enjoy this special edition of the DroneBot Workshop. Now go and grab a slice of Raspberry Pi and celebrate this momentous occasion!

Build a Speech Recognition System on a Raspberry Pi


Learn how to build a speech recognition system on a Raspberry Pi using Python and the AssemblyAI API. Get your Free Token for AssemblyAI Speech-To-Text API 👇🤍 Code + Instructions: 🤍 Michael's video for wake word detection: 🤍 Twitter API video: 🤍 Note-taking video: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CONNECT ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🖥️ Website: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🦾 Discord: 🤍 ▶️ Subscribe: 🤍 🔥 We're hiring! Check our open roles: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Raspberry pi microphone setup Speech recognition Real-time speech recognition speech recognition Python speech recognition raspberry pi wake word detection wake word raspberry pi voice assistant raspberry pi voice Recognition voice recognition raspberry pi PyAudio raspberry pi Raspberry pi USB Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:35 Unboxing 01:00 Raspberry Pi Setup 03:22 Real-Time Speech Recognition 04:07 Wake Word Detection 05:03 Voice Assistant Music: 🤍 #MachineLearning #Python

EVERYONE needs to learn LINUX - ft. Raspberry Pi 4


If you are in IT....YOU NEED TO LEARN LINUX RIGHT NOW!!! Get your CompTIA Linux+. Join NetworkChuck: 🤍 Get a Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 💡LEARN LINUX Linux+ Book: 🤍 Linux+ on CBT Nuggets: 🤍 Linux for Network Engineers: 🤍 Follow Shawn Powers: Twitter: 🤍 📺📺Checkout my AZ-900 Course on CBT Nuggets: 🤍 ℹ Official Website: 🤍 Below you will find what are known as affiliate links. Basically, links to really great stuff I use that, if you buy, I will receive a super small kickback that helps support this channel. Thanks!! 🏆🏆🏆GET YOUR CCNA - BEST RESOURCES🏆🏆🏆 📹Videos - CBT NUGGETS: 🤍 🔬LABS - Boson NetSim: 🤍 - David Bombal Packet Tracer: 🤍 💯Practice Exams - AlphaPrep: 🤍 📚Book - 🤍 🤝🤝🤝JOIN THE Cisco Routing and Switching FACEBOOK STUDY GROUP: 🤍 🤝🤝🤝JOIN THE CCNA/CCNP Collaboration FACEBOOK STUDY GROUP: 🤍 -💡💡💡CCENT TRAINING RESOURCES💡💡💡- 📚📚📚Books: CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide - 🤍 CCENT ICND1 100-105 Exam Cram (3rd Edition) - 🤍 📹📹📹 Videos: CLN On-Demand E-Learning Courses – ICND1 v3.0 - 🤍 Cisco CCENT/ICND1 + Bonus: The Complete Course (Udemy) - 🤍 CCNA 2017 200-125 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant - 🤍 🔬🔬🔬Labs: Cisco Learning Labs for ICND1 v3.0 60-hour 180-day labs - 🤍 CISCO CCNA, CCNP LAB 300-101, 300-115, 300-135 v2.0 Routing Switching - 🤍 CCENT Practice and Study Guide: Exercises, Activities and Scenarios to Prepare for the ICND1 100-101 Certification Exam (Lab Companion) - 🤍 —💡💡💡CCNA TRAINING RESOURCES💡💡💡— 📚📚📚Books: CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 Official Cert Guide Library - 🤍 CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide - 🤍 📹📹📹Videos: CLN On-Demand E-Learning Courses – ICND2 v3.0 - 🤍 CCNA 2017 200-125 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant - 🤍 🔬🔬🔬Labs: Cisco Learning Labs for ICND2 v3.0 70-hour 180-day labs - 🤍 Cisco Certification Practice Exam by MeasureUp: ICND2 (200-105) (90-day Key) - 🤍 CISCO CCNA, CCNP LAB 300-101, 300-115, 300-135 v2.0 Routing Switching - 🤍 —💡💡💡CCNP TRAINING RESOURCES💡💡💡— 📚📚📚Books: CCNP Routing and Switching v2.0 Official Cert Guide Library - 🤍 CCNP Routing and Switching ROUTE 300-101 Official Cert Guide - 🤍 CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH 300-115 Official Cert Guide - 🤍 CCNP Routing and Switching TSHOOT 300-135 Official Cert Guide - 🤍 📹📹📹Videos: CCNP ROUTE 300-101 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant: 🤍 CCNP SWITCH 300-115 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant: 🤍 CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 2017 Video Boot Camp with Chris Bryant: 🤍 🔬🔬🔬Labs: CISCO CCNA, CCNP LAB 300-101, 300-115, 300-135 v2.0 Routing Switching - 🤍 AWS Study Resources: UDEMY: AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate - 🤍 AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate: Practice Tests - 🤍 BOOKS: AWS Certified Solutions Architect Official Study Guide: Associate Exam: 🤍 mcsa vcp mcse ine mta tshoot 300-135 az-900 az 900 az900 Microsoft Azure Devnet Associate Cisco Devnet Associate CCNP Enterprise CCNP Security CCNP Data Center CCNP Service Provider CCNP Collaboration Cisco Certified Devnet Professional Cisco Certified Network Professional LPIC 1 LPIC 2 Linux Professional Institute LX0-103 LX0-104 XK0-004 #Linux #ComptiaLinux #learnlinux

How to Setup a Raspberry Pi LEARNING Desktop (Linux, Hacking, Coding)


Download NordLocker for FREE: 🤍 *Sponsored by NordLocker 🔥🔥Get a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 Checkout my video training on CBT Nuggets: 🤍 The Raspberry Pi 4 could be the ultimate learning desktop. In this video, we show you how to setup a Raspberry Pi from the ground up. Starting with BerryBoot, which allows us to boot and use multiple Linux operating systems from one SD card, we move on to optimizing the Raspberry Pi for kids to learn Linux, coding, and Hacking. We setup multi-user login, add user accounts, enable remote access from an ipad, and install Kali Linux hacking tools Yersinia and Ettercap. 3:12 ⏩ What you need. 3:49 ⏩ Format the SD Card with BerryBoot 6:21 ⏩ Assemble the Pi 8:05 ⏩ Plugin and BOOT! 9:05 ⏩ BerryBoot Config (boot multiple Operating Systems) 11:07 ⏩ Coffee Break 12:24 ⏩ Downloading more OS's 14:15 ⏩ Enabling Multi-user access 16:24 ⏩ Add User Accounts 18:49 ⏩ Setup Remote access from iPad 20:41 ⏩ Configure a Static IP 💣💣26:10 ⏩ Install HACKING tools💣💣 28:54 ⏩ Can this be a Desktop replacement? (review)

This keyboard is a $100 computer!!! - Raspberry Pi 400


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Raspberry Pi Pico - Control the (I/O) World


Let’s hook up some common components to the new Raspberry Pi Pico and see how to code for them in MicroPython! Detailed Article with Code downloads: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join us on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 The Raspberry Pi Pico is the first microcontroller produced by the Raspberry Pi Foundations, and they even designed the MCU for it. It has a wealth of features and a budget-friendly 4-dollar price tag. With all of the hype around the Pico since its announcement a few weeks ago I wanted to actually DO something with it. So I decided to hook up a few simple I/O devices to it and see how to code for them using MicroPython. I did all the coding on the Thonny IDE, and to keep things in the family I used a Raspberry Pi 4 as my host computer. You can also use Thonny and the Pico with Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X workstations as well, but it’s already installed and ready to go with the latest Raspberry Pi Operating System release. All of these are basic I/O experiments with very simple code, but they each illustrate a useful technique that can be applied to other I/O devices. Plus, if you’re not familiar with MicroPython, it will help you ease into it, as all of the code is very elementary. For those of you who are put off by the need to solder your own Pico pins fear not, I’ll show you just how easy it is. I'll even give my Pico a bath after I finish soldering it! Here is what you will see in today's detailed look at the Raspberry Pi Pico: 00:00 - Introduction 03:17 - Raspberry Pi Pico 12:02 - Pico Soldering 19:15 - Set up Thonny IDE 23:36 - LEDs and Switches Intro & Hookup 26:12 - RGB Blink Demo 28:55 - Switch Test 31:36 - Interrupts & Toggle Demo 36:09 - LED & Switch Demo 37:42 - Analog Input Intro & Hookup 38:59 - Analog Input Demo 42:32 - LED PWM Demo 44:26 - OLED Display Intro & Hookup 45:49 - Display Demo 49:13 - Motor & H-Bridge Intro & Hookup 51:21 - Motor Demo 54:37 - The Everything Demo 58:05 - Running Programs at Boot-up 1:00:42 - Conclusion It will be interesting to see what the future holds for this cute little microcontroller. It has some very nice design features but it also faces a lot of competition from devices like the Seeeduino XIAO, Arduino 33 IoT series, and, of course, the ESP32 boards. But as I just received a big bag of Pico accessories, with more on the way, you're sure to see the Pico here in the workshop again very soon! Hope you enjoy the video, if you want to discuss it in detail there is a dedicated thread on the forum at 🤍

Assembly Language Tutorial


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Raspberry Pi C/C++ Baremetal Programming | Using C to Direct-Register Control Your Raspberry Pi


The Raspberry Pi is a fan favorite of makers and embedded developers. In my previous tutorial on Raspberry Pi Baremetal programming, I demonstrated how to use ARM Assembly to perform direct-to-register programming on the RPI 3B+. In this video, I'll show you how to do direct to register programming, but instead of using assembly, well use C to turn an LED on and off via the Raspberry Pi's GPIO Interface. Subscribe for more videos like this on the Raspberry Pi! 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ Check out my new merch store!: 🤍 Find the code here: 🤍 SOCIALS: Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍

Raspberry Pi CM4 (delidding or scalping)


I scalped the Raspberry Pi CM4 and reached 2.5GHz Of course, it's not safe; you definitely lose your warranty and can damage the device. I used Compute Blade RC2 of my own design. CM4 Power 5.1V up to ~4.5A It was necessary to keep the temperature no higher than ~6 degrees Celsius. Compressed air was used for cooling. For overclocking in Config.txt: over_voltage=15 arm_freq_min=100 arm_freq=2500 gpu_freq=800

Fusion 360 Crash Course: Create your own designs for 3d printing!


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Raspberry Pi Kernel Development | Writing a Raspberry Pi ARM GPIO Driver in C | Embedded Concepts


In this video, we talk about the purpose of drivers and why they are necessary when working on embedded systems. Later, we go over how to install the Raspberry Pi kernel headers and use them to write a kernel driver for the device. Finally, we install the kernel driver and prove that it is running on our device. This is part one in a video series for creating a GPIO driver for the Raspberry Pi! Drop a like and subscribe to be alerted when new videos go out. 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ LINKS: LLL Merch: 🤍 Code: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍

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