Use Raspberry Pi® hardware to interface to a motion sensor and control an external LED.
Use Simulink Support Package for Raspberry Pi Hardware to run a Simulink® models on Raspberry Pi hardware.
Use ALSA Audio Playback block from the Raspberry Pi® block library to implement a parametric audio equalizer algorithm with a Simulink® model and to run the model on Raspberry Pi hardware.
Use the V4L2 Video Capture and the SDL Video Display blocks from the Raspberry Pi® block library to implement an image inversion algorithm with a Simulink® model, and to run the model on
Use Raspberry Pi® hardware and an Apple iOS device, such as iPhone or iPad, to build a surveillance camera.
Stream images captured from a webcam on Raspberry Pi board to the host computer using ROS communication interface.
Generate and build a standalone ROS node from a Simulink model on the Raspberry Pi hardware.
Use Raspberry Pi® hardware and an Android device to build a surveillance camera.
Tune the parameters and monitor the signals of an algorithm running on Raspberry Pi board.
Read the Accelerometer on Raspberry Pi Sense HAT and use this data to control the motion of a LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robot.
Use Simulink® Support Package for Raspberry Pi Hardware to read from and write to an SPI EEPROM.
Develop a Simulink model to implement an algorithm to read the Accelerometer On-board Sense HAT and control the rotation of the image displayed on the LED matrix.
Illustrates how to use Simulink® Support Package for Raspberry Pi Hardware to configure and read temperature from a TMP102 sensor.
Log signals from a Simulink® model on Raspberry Pi™ hardware in the MAT-file format.
Demonstrates an application that counts the number of steps a person walked while holding a Raspberry Pi™ Sense HAT.