In this video, I show you how to set up a Raspberry Pi Zero as a USB/Ethernet device. This will let you get internet access, local networking, and power to your Pi through a single USB connection. It’s a very easy and convenient way to connect to your Pi!
In this video, I’m going to take a look at each sensor in Sunfounder’s 37 modules for Raspberry Pi and Arduino kit, and explain a little about how it works and what it can be used for. It’s a really nice kit to have, especially if you’re just starting out in DIY electronics.
In this video you’ll see examples of what you can do with an LCD on the Raspberry Pi in the C programming language. Find out how position text, clear the screen, control the cursor, and print the date/time and IP address. Also see how to scroll text, create custom characters, and display data from sensors.
See how to connect an LCD to the Raspberry Pi in either 4 bit mode or 8 bit mode, and how to program it with Python. I’ll show you how to do the basic stuff like positioning text, turning on and off the cursor, and printing the date, time, and IP address. Then I’ll go into more advanced stuff like scrolling text, creating custom characters, and printing data from a sensor.
Use I2C to connect an LCD to the Raspberry Pi with only 4 wires. In this video I’ll show you how to print, scroll, and position text, clear the screen, print the date, time, IP address, and print data from a sensor.
In just a few steps, you can set this up and never be disconnected by network time outs and low bandwidth on your network. You can actually access your Pi without even being on a network. If you travel with your Pi, all you need is a laptop and an ethernet cable to connect to your Pi!