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Raspberry Pi Computer Vision Programming by Ashwin Pajankar

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Setting up your Raspberry Pi B+

This is the front view of Raspberry Pi B+:

Setting up your Raspberry Pi B+

This is the flipside of Raspberry Pi B+:

Setting up your Raspberry Pi B+

We need the following hardware to set up a Pi:

  • Raspberry Pi B+
  • A micro USB power supply

    Considering that we are going for a bit of power-intensive usage for our Pi B+ (like connecting picamera), a 5V 2A power supply is recommended.

  • A standard USB keyboard
  • A microSD card and a microSD to SD card converter

    We need a microSD card of minimum 4 GB.

  • A USB mouse
  • A monitor

    You can either use an HDMI monitor or a standard VGA monitor.

  • A monitor connection ...

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