Hardware Cafe

by Julian Rubisch, 2018-09-10hardwareraspberrypidsppuredatalibpd
01 Raspberry Pi Headless LibPD
06:50

We endeavour a trip into the world of single-board computers and microcontrollers, and see how we can exploit their platforms sound-wise.

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02 LibPD Docker Install
03:50

Look here for full transcript and source code: https://www.znibbl.es/videos/07-hardware-cafe-02-libpd-docker-install https://www.patreon.com/znibbles This episode is a little follow-up to the last one that will make your lives considerably easier. If you were uncomfortable watching me download, compile, intialize git submodules and so on, I can tell you there is a pleasant alternative underway. This alternative is called Docker. Docker is a tool to bundle and deliver applications in so-called containers. These containers are essentially small, integrated environments that live on top on a standard Linux stack.

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03 Timelapse GIFs on Raspberry Pi with Nerves Part One
12:33

Nerves is a way to create and maintain applications for embedded computers such as the Raspberry Pi in a particularly easygoing way - think: an Arduino IDE for Raspberry Pi, only supercharged with IoT-centric libraries and tools. We are going to look at how to install all the prerequisites for it and code a simple time lapse video using the Cloudinary image cloud storage. The Hardware I use is a Raspberry Pi Zero with a Camera Module v2.

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04 Timelapse GIFs on Raspberry Pi with Nerves Part Two
05:58

In this video, we conclude the actual generation of a timelapse video from the Raspberry Pi Zero by calling the Cloudinary transformation API.

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