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Building A Small PC Setup - Mini Computer

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In this video we're going to make a Mini PC with Raspberry PI, i use Raspberry Pi Board and New Ice Tower Cooler, it looks very cool. Raspberry PI is avaiable in 2,4,8 GB Ram Variants.Links:ICE Tower Radiator With CPU Fan: https://bit.ly/38wtTkBMicro-HDMI to HDMI cable: https://bit.ly/3ixwHCyWireless Keyboard and Mouse Set: https://bit.ly/38n1n4H5 inch Resistive Touch Screen Display: https://bit.ly/3gh6numMore Raspberry Pi Accessories: https://bit.ly/38wubbb

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How to write the Raspberry Pi system image

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1. You need a 16G SD card and card reader, above Class4. 2. You need to use a tool to write the Raspberry Pi  system image:Win32DiskImager.zip  (Note : This software in the Tools folder) You can double-click and install it by following the steps below. The next interface needs to click NEXT. Finally, the following figure appears on the desktop, installed successfully. Format the SD card: Before writing the system image, you need to format your SD card. You need to connect the SD card to the computer with a card reader. You need to use a tool to format the SD card:SDFormatter.exe (Note : This...

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HD USB Drive-free Camera For Jetson NANO Tutorials

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2.1 USB camera test tutorial Input lsusb or ls /dev/video* command to view camera service As shown below.   Test camera: 1) Using application camorama Input following command sudo apt-get install camorama After installation is complete, input following command. camorama The video information is displayed. 2)  Using application cheese Input following command sudo apt-get install cheese After installation is complete, input following command. cheese The video information is displayed. 2.2 Camera python driver tutorial Common API functions used by OpenCV:1. cv2.VideoCapture()cap = cv2.VideoCapture(0)The parameter in VideoCapture () is 0, which means Raspberry Pi video0.(Note: You can view the current camera through the command ls/dev/ ) cap =...

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HD USB drive-free camera for Raspberry Pi Tutorials

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1.1 Camera webpage access tutorial Part 1--Connect camera into Raspberry Pi board 1. User must ensure that the camera is properly inserted into the Raspberry Pi board before supplying power to the Raspberry Pi board. 2. There are two kinds of commands that the Raspberry Pi terminal can use to detect external camera devices: "lsusb" and "ls/dev/video*". (In some cases, you may be able to use the camera without seeing video0 service) After we input following command, we can detect camera service. As shown below. Part 2 -- Upgrading the system You must to install a new operating  system before use camera, which...

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Welcome to Raspberry Pi RGB Cooling HAT Tutorials

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1.1 Introduction of Raspberry Pi RGB cooling HAT 1. Introduction of Function:This is a Multi-function cooling expansion board designed for the Raspberry Pi board. It is perfectly compatible with the 4B/3B+/3B to protect Raspberry Pi and extends its life. A 4pin IIC interface for OLED display, which can real-time display CPU temperature, CPU usage, hard disk space, memory and IP address. The large-size cooling fan on the board with strong wind power, it can make Raspberry Pi can run more stably by automatically adjust the speed according to the CPU temperature. 3 high-brightness RGB programming lights on the bottom of...

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