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Raspberrypi

  1. 1. RaspberryPi Prasanth V BSE Dept.
  2. 2. Introduction ● The Raspberry Pi is single board computer ● Packing considerable computing power into a footprint no larger than a credit card
  3. 3. Introduction History ● Eben Upton is the founder of Raspberry Pi ● The idea behind a tiny and affordable computer for kids came in 2006. ● The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a charity
  4. 4. Rasperry Pi Processor ● The processor at the heart of the Raspberry Pi system is a Broadcom BCM system-on-chip (SoC) multimedia processor. ● It uses a different instruction set architecture (ISA), known as ARM ● ARM architecture is a relatively uncommon sight in the desktop world, however, is in mobile devices: the phone in your pocket almost certainly has at least one ARM-based processing core hidden away inside
  5. 5. Rasperry Pi Processor ● Raspberry Pi is able to operate on just the 5V 1A power supply provided by the onboard micro-USB port ● You won’t find any heat-sinks on the device: the chip’s low power draw directly translates into very little waste heat ● Software developed for x86, is sadly not compatible with the Raspberry Pi’s BCM processor.
  6. 6. RaspberryPi Models Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ Release date February 2012 Introductory price US$25 (model A, B+[1]), US$20 (model A+), US$35 (RPi 1 model B, RPi 2 model B), US$30 (CM) Operating system Linux (e.g. Raspbian), RISC OS, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Plan 9, Inferno, AROS CPU 700 MHz single-core ARM1176JZF-S (model A, A+, B, B+, CM)[2] Memory 256 MB[3] (model A, A+, B rev 1) 512 MB (model B rev 2, B+, CM) Storage SDHC slot (model A and B), MicroSDHC slot (model A+ and B+), 4 GB eMMC IC chip (model CM) Graphics Broadcom VideoCore IV[2] Power 1.5 W (model A), 1.0 W (model A+), 3.5 W (model B), 3.0 W (model B+) or 0.8 W (model Zero)
  7. 7. RaspberryPi Models Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Release date February 2015 Introductory price US$35 Operating system Same as for Raspberry Pi 1 plus Windows 10 IoT Core[4] and additional distributions of Linux such as Ubuntu CPU 900 MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 Memory 1 GB RAM Storage MicroSDHC slot Graphics Broadcom VideoCore IV Power 4.0 W
  8. 8. RaspberryPi Models Raspberry Pi Zero Release date November 2015 Introductory price US$5 Operating system Linux (Raspbian[5]) or the same as for Raspberry Pi 1 CPU 1 GHz single-core ARM1176JZF-S Memory 512 MB RAM Storage MicroSDHC slot Power 0.8 W
  9. 9. Basic ● Display ● Key board ● Mouse Additional ● Wifi adapter ● Audio Speaker RaspberryPi Reqirements
  10. 10. RaspberryPi Reqirements Display ● HDMI port
  11. 11. RaspberryPi Reqirements Mouse and Key board ● USB Ports
  12. 12. RaspberryPi Operating System ● The majority of desktop and laptop computers available today run one of two operating systems: Microsoft Windows or Apple OS X ● Both platforms are closed source, created in a secretive environment using proprietary techniques. ● In proprietary OS users are able to obtain the finished software, but never to see how it’s made. ● The Raspberry Pi, is designed to run an operating system called GNU/Linux. ● Unlike Windows or OS X, Linux is open source: it’s possible to download the source code for the entire operating system and make necessary changes.
  13. 13. RaspberryPi Projects ● Media streamer ● Arcade machine ● Tablet computer ● Home automation ● Internet radio ● Controlling robots
  14. 14. RaspberryPi Projects Media streamer
  15. 15. RaspberryPi Projects Arcade machine
  16. 16. RaspberryPi Projects Tablet computer
  17. 17. RaspberryPi Projects Home automation
  18. 18. RaspberryPi Projects Internet radio
  19. 19. RaspberryPi Projects Controlling robots
  20. 20. Discover that there’s a whole world of possibilities and a great deal of fun to be had out there. Building a Robot when you’re a kid can take you to places you never imagined I know because it happened to me! —Eben Upton THANK YOU . . .

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