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Wearable-Tech Projects with the Raspberry Pi Zero


Wearable-Tech Projects with the Raspberry Pi Zero by Jon Witts
English | 14 July 2017 | ISBN: 1786468816 | ASIN: B01ITHIT6W | 184 Pages | AZW3 | 8.23 MB





Key Features

A practical and imaginative guide that exposes you to amazing wearable-tech projects
Create our own heart-rate monitor device and cool projects such as a Tweet-activated LED T-shirt
A practical guide packed with real-world, useful wearable-tech projects

Book Description

With Wearable-Tech Projects with the Raspberry Pi Zero, you will begin with learning how to install the required software for your upcoming projects. You will also learn how to control electronic devices with the GPIOZero Python library. Next, you will be creating some stylish wearable-tech projects such as a motion-reactive LED cap and a Tweet-activated LED T-shirt.

Toward the end of the book, you will be creating some useful health and fitness wearable-tech projects; these will help you monitor your heart rate, track your movements with GPS, and count your footsteps with your own pedometer.

By the end of the book, you will have created a range of wearable-tech projects and learned enough about your Raspberry Pi Zero that you should be able to adapt these projects further or come up with your own creations!

What you will learn

Make use of your Raspberry Pi Zero to create wearable-tech projects
Interface with electronic devices and use Python to control them; incorporate these into real-world, practical, wearable-tech projects
Add LED devices to clothing and connect them to your Pi Zero
Change how LEDs react based upon your movement or messages sent through Twitter
Create a pedometer and heart rate monitor
Create your own GPS tracker

About the Author

Jon Witts has been working within the IT industry since 2001, and specifically within Educational IT since 2004. He was introduced to Linux back in 2001, through his collaboration with two German artists who were visiting the arts organization he was then working with. Having studied both Fine Art and Educational Technology, he has sought to innovate with open and accessible digital technologies within his creative practice. Jon is happiest when deconstructing technology and finding its limits.

Jon has embedded within his school the use of Raspberry Pi computers as an integral part of the delivery of the school’s Computer Science curriculum. Being a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, Jon runs various school clubs and projects, such as a Raspberry Pi Robot Building club. Jon also organizes and runs Raspberry Jam events in the 2017 UK City of Culture, Kingston upon Hull.

Table of Contents

About the Raspberry Pi
Scrolling LED Badge
Sewable LEDs in Clothing
A Motion-Reactive LED Cap
A Tweet-Activated LED T-Shirt
An LED Laptop Bag
Creating Your Own Pedometer
Creating Your Own Heart Rate Monitor
Creating Your Own GPS Tracker.

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