Arduino and Raspberry Pi Sensor Projects for the Evil Genius

by: Robert Chin


Abstract: Fiendishly clever sensor projects for your Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Learn to quickly build your own electronic gadgets that monitor, measure, and react to the real world—with no prior experience required! This easy-to-follow guide covers the programming and electronics essentials needed to build fun and educational sensor-based projects with both Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Arduino and Raspberry Pi Sensor Projects for the Evil Genius™ features step-by-step DIY projects that use inexpensive, readily available parts. You will discover how to use touch, temperature, moisture, light, sound, and motion sensors—even sensors that detect the presence of a human! Start-to-finish Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects include: • "Simon Says" game • Rotary encoder that controls an RGB LED • Reed switch door buzzer alarm • Fire alarm • Sound detector • Light clapper • Glass break alarm • Infrared motion detector • Distance sensor intruder alarm • Collision alarm • TFT color display screen • Door entry alarm with SD card logging • And many more
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Title: Arduino and Raspberry Pi Sensor Projects for the Evil Genius

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Athens, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2018 McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 9781260010893

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Robert Chin has a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering and is experienced in developing projects on the TI CC3200 SimpleLink, Android, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and PC Windows platforms using C/C++, Java, Python, Unreal Script, DirectX, OpenGL, and OpenGL ES 2.0. He is the author of Home Security System DIY PRO Using Android and TI CC3200 SimpleLink, Home Security Systems DIY Using Android and Arduino, and Beginning Arduino ov7670 Camera Development. He is also the author of Beginning Android 3D Game Development and Beginning IOS 3D Unreal Games Development, both published by Apress, and was the technical reviewer for UDK Game Development, published by Course Technology Cengage Learning. Beginning Android 3D Game Development was licensed to Tsinghua University through Tsinghua University Press.

Description: Fiendishly clever sensor projects for your Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Learn to quickly build your own electronic gadgets that monitor, measure, and react to the real world—with no prior experience required! This easy-to-follow guide covers the programming and electronics essentials needed to build fun and educational sensor-based projects with both Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Arduino and Raspberry Pi Sensor Projects for the Evil Genius™ features step-by-step DIY projects that use inexpensive, readily available parts. You will discover how to use touch, temperature, moisture, light, sound, and motion sensors—even sensors that detect the presence of a human! Start-to-finish Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects include: • "Simon Says" game • Rotary encoder that controls an RGB LED • Reed switch door buzzer alarm • Fire alarm • Sound detector • Light clapper • Glass break alarm • Infrared motion detector • Distance sensor intruder alarm • Collision alarm • TFT color display screen • Door entry alarm with SD card logging • And many more