Creative Projects with Raspberry Pi
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- Publication Date: September 5, 2017
- Imprint: Abrams Image
- Trim Size: 6 1⁄2 x 9
- ISBN: 9781419725005
- Page Count: 224
- Illustrations: 200 color photographs
- Rights: North America
The Raspberry Pi is a little circuit-board computer that was designed to be simple and cheap enough for anyone to use to learn basic programming. With the Pi, both kids and adults can learn basic coding skills and build robots, smart objects, and other intriguing and useful things, from motion-activated cameras to talking toys to weather stations to dog-food dispensers. Creative Projects with Raspberry Pi is a practical and inspiring introduction to making things with Raspberry Pi. It presents 35 projects, carefully selected to give readers an overview of the different kinds of things that the Pi can be made to do. It offers clear instructions, web links that give access to necessary computer code, and photographs and diagrams of each device that display DIY tech inventiveness at its best.
About the authors
Kirsten Kearney is the author of Block City and Block Wonders and a games journalist who has written widely on games and gaming over the past 10 years. She owns the games media website ready-up.net.
Will Freeman is a freelance video games journalist, and contributing editor of the gaming trade publication Develop. He also consults on games, serves as a game script editor, and covers board games for The Observer.