[Kindle] Free - RaspBerry Pi 3: How to Start: Beginners Guide Book (Expired) | Pilgrim's Progress (Illustrated) @ Amazon AU/US
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This book is an exploration of the RaspBerry Pi 3 which is the immediate successor of the RaspBerry Pi 2. It begins by exploring in detail the accessories which are necessary to be able to use the Pi 3 device. The process of installing the Windows 10 IOT Core Insider Preview in the RaspBerry Pi 3 is also discussed in detail, and you will learn how to do it. You will also learn how to configure it once you are done with the installation. You are also guided on how to install the Raspbian Jessie operating system on the Pi 3 device. The Pi 3 device also supports the use of WiFi and Bluetooth. This book guides you on how to setup the WiFi and Bluetooth connections on the Pi 3 device. You will also learn how to connect devices such as a wireless keyboard and a Bluetooth speaker to your Pi 3 device. You are also guided on how to interface the RaspBerry Pi 3 with an ultrasonic sensor. This is helpful for you when you need to read some serial data. OpenCV can be used on Pi 3. You will learn how to set it up on the device, as well as how to use RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi 3.
The following topics are discussed in this book:
-Installing Windows 10 IOT Core Insider Preview
-Installing Raspbian Jessie
-Bluetooth and WiFi Setup
-Interfacing an Ultrasonic Sensor with Raspberry Pi 3
-RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi 3
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