Project 2.01 — rpi’s GPIO Pins + oF WiringPi Library

Assignment — pvirasat @ 11:00 am

This is my first time working with a raspberry pi and I am hooked! This project demonstrates the basic working of the GPIO Pins on the raspberry pi, using openFrameworks library ‘WiringPi’. I used three buttons as inputs to control the direction, size and color of a circle on the screen.

It took me a while to get in the flow of accessing the raspberry pi through ssh, but after I got that working the rest wasn’t too bad. I worked on the hardware and software separately and made sure that everything worked on its own before integrating them. It was definitely a good introduction to raspberry pi and openFrameworks.






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