The modestly priced BitScope Micro cannot take the place of a professional oscilloscope or a laboratory logic analyzer, but it offers many capabilities to the enthusiast who combines it with a Raspberry Pi or an Arduino.
The resourcefulness of private and commercial users has led to the creation of many practical and novel extensions for the Raspberry Pi. We provide an overview of some useful supplementary circuit boards.
As innovative companies consistently push the envelope of progress, antiquated hardware nearly two years old falls by the wayside. We take an old iPad, an Arduino Mega, and various other materials to create an in-dash climate control app.
This project uses the slider, light sensor, and resistance sensors on the PicoBoard to connect your Scratch project to the physical world. The two examples create musical fruits and veggies and a PicoBoard joystick.