RaspberryPi vs Arduino

Raspberry Pi and Arduino might look very similar – both are cute little boards with chips and pins, but they are actually very different devices.Each board has its personal benefits and disadvantages. If you choose to figure out between the two, then it depends on the requirement of your project. Massimo Benzi invented the Arduino…

Map Orientation Through Web Server

Internet of Things, (IoT) is one of the popular topics on the planet right now. And, it is growing swiftly day by day with the Internet. The Internet of Things is changing simple homes into smart homes, where everything from your lights to your locks can be controlled from your smartphone or desktop. This is the luxury everyone…

Weather Station Using Raspberry Pi With BME280 in Python

is maith an scéalaí an aimsir(The Weather is a Good Storyteller) With global warming and climate change issues, the global weather pattern is becoming erratic across our world-leading to a number of weather-related natural disasters (droughts, extreme temperatures, floods, storms, and wildfires), weather station seems to be a necessary evil at home. You learn a lot about basic…

Raspberry Pi – TMD26721 Infrared Digital Proximity Detector Python Tutorial

TMD26721 is an infrared digital proximity detector which provides a complete proximity detection system and digital interface logic in a single 8-pin surface-mount module. The proximity detection includes improved signal-to-noise and accuracy. A proximity offset register allows compensation for optical system crosstalk between the IR LED and the sensor. Here is its demonstration with raspberry…

Relay Control With Raspberry Pi

Most of us have faced the problem when the raspberry pi board is not capable of switching between multiple devices simultaneously. So connecting multiple devices using the 26 GPIO pins is not possible. Moreover, it cannot be extended beyond 26 so more than 26 devices cannot be connected. This problem can be solved by using a GPIO header. On one header, we…

Acceleration Measurement Using BMA250 and Raspberry Pi

BMA250 is a small, thin, ultralow power, 3-axis accelerometer with high resolution (13-bit) measurement at up to ±16 g. Digital output data is formatted as a 16-bit two’s complement and is accessible through the I2C digital interface. It measures the static acceleration of gravity in tilt-sensing applications, as well as dynamic acceleration resulting from motion…

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