With MATLAB® Support Package for Raspberry Pi™ Hardware, you can remotely communicate with a Raspberry Pi computer and use it to control peripheral devices. This support allows you to acquire data from sensors and imaging devices connected to the Raspberry Pi. Specifically, libraries of MATLAB functions are provided for the following Raspberry Pi add-ons and interfaces:
Connect to your Raspberry Pi over Ethernet or Wi-Fi, use MATLAB to acquire data from connected devices, and then analyze and visualize it in MATLAB. Access signal processing and video algorithms through add-on products such as DSP System Toolbox™, Image Processing Toolbox™, and Computer Vision System Toolbox™.
Note that you cannot install MATLAB as a standalone application or execute MATLAB code locally on a Raspberry Pi. To develop applications for the Raspberry Pi to be used in standalone operation, please see the Raspberry Pi Support from Simulink®.
Raspberry Pi is a tiny, low-cost, single-board computer that supports embedded Linux operating systems, such as Raspbian. The Raspberry Pi features a Broadcom® system-on-a-chip, which includes an ARM® processor, onboard RAM, and a VideoCore IV GPU.
Available on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® and 64-bit Mac OS X.
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Before installing the support package, confirm you have the correct setup. View system requirements and installation options.
Support Package Installer installs this support package. To start the installer, go to the MATLAB toolstrip and click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages. For more information, read the documentation.
Note: Raspberry Pi 1 Model A and Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+ are not currently supported.