What is the Raspberry Pi?

The Raspberry Pi is a miniature computer that is ideal for handicrafts or home automation. Thanks to its controllable IO (input-output) pins, sensors and other hardware can be read out and controlled very easily. Because of this and its low price, it is also a very popular way to get started with (hardware-related) programming for beginners, children and those interested.

In the meantime, the Raspberry Pi has been sold millions of times and there is a ready-made solution for almost every application, or a way to achieve your dream project. This page deals with all topics related to the Raspberry Pi. This includes simple tutorials on the use of sensors, pure help on programming topics, to complex Raspberry Pi tutorial series in the field of home automation, robotics and many more. You can simply browse in the menu and on the page or leave a comment. Since new Raspberry Pi instructions and tutorials appear regularly, it is definitely worth activating the newsletter.

Making an Android TV box out of a Raspberry Pi 4 is quite easy and straight forward practice. Not only is it an affordable alternative, but it is a fun experiment to try that save you a lot of bucks in the process. When it comes to experimenting with the…

As a further feature, we now want our little robot to follow the sound of our voice. If the mode is activated, the robot should automatically navigate in the direction from which the call was made. There are also small analog sound detection sensors, which are read out via an…

Our robot can now do a lot and can be controlled remotely. However, we also want to create an autopilot mode so that the Raspberry Pi robot can find its way independently. Cleaning robots etc. use comparable methods to avoid getting stuck at an obstacle. We use a servo motor…

In addition to being used as a GPS tracking system, the HMC5883L module can also be used to build a Raspberry Pi compass. This indicates the angle at which it is currently located. The HMC5883L compass module can be addressed via I2C, like many other sensors. Complete position and position systems…