What you would learn in Raspberry PI PICO Micro Projects (C++) course?
The Raspberry PI Pico is an inexpensive microcontroller board ideal for embedded projects, whether hobby or commercial. Its sister board is Pico W. Pico W, now adding WIFI that allows IoT initiatives to be created.
In this class, you'll learn how to create applications for the Pico or Pico W in C++. We will learn about the most common components, and how you can connect them with the Pico and develop programs to utilize these devices effectively. The course includes:
All of these elements together in a single project that will create designs on an LED Ring. Using the Rotary encoder, you can choose the pattern, color, and animation speed.
The course covers hardware, electronics, and software independently. Most people are more comfortable with one than another, and separating them will allow you to go through what you're comfortable with and then take your time when you're not.
The course is appropriate for people with little experience in electronics. The basic C++ knowledge is assumed since the course does not teach syntax. However, it will describe the coding process.
The course builds on my students' knowledge gained during The Introduction to C Development Environment for Raspberry PICO course on Udemy. I'll assume that you have an environment for development set up and can create C and C++ code for the Pico and then copy the binary to the Pico to run. If you aren't at ease with this, go through my beginner course to help you prepare for this course.
The course contains all of the code examples and my responses to the assignments, andI also give suggestions for additional reading on the subjects. All you have to do is begin creating to work on the Pico and continue to develop.
- To create C++ projects for the Raspberry Pi Pico.
- Connect and then code to control LEDs
- Connect and program to control WS2812B LEDs and an LED ring
- Connect and enter code to read switches
- Connect and then code to decode Rotary Encoders
- Connect and then code to read the PIR of the HC-SR501 Module
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