The Raspberry Pi uses a variety of input/output devices based on protocols such as HDMI, USB, and Ethernet to communicate with the outside world. In this class you will learn how to use these protocols with other external devices (sensors, motors, GPS, orientation, LCD screens etc.) to get your IoT device to interact with the real world. Most physical devices use analog signals; however computer hardware is digital so in this class you will learn how these signals are converted back-and-forth and how this must be considered as you program your device. The basic design of a sensor-actuator system will also be covered. You will also learn how to build more sophisticated hardware systems using Raspberry Pi expansion boards to create fun and exciting IoT devices. Please note that this course does not include discussion forums.
カリフォルニア大学アーバイン校（University of California, Irvine）
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INTERFACING WITH THE RASPBERRY PI からの人気レビュー
Lack of discussion forums impacted learning experience. Other than that, solid technical content and good presentation.
I love teaching style of Dr. Harris, simple but inclusive. He guesses what you are thinking while you are watching the video.
Perfect course for an IoT student to understand more about the raspberry pi and want to do extraordinary things
The instructions are not explicit enough, people are finding difficulty Getting reviews / giving reviews is too rare\n\nThe course material however, great!
An Introduction to Programming the Internet of Things (IOT)専門講座について
Design, create, and deploy a fun IoT device using Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms.