Raspberry pi, python and robotics
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Sep 3 09:42:07 CEST 2014
Rob Gaddi wrote:
> otherwise getting up and
> running will cost you a solid $1200 just in gear.
While having fancy gear certainly helps, it's not
*strictly* necessary. When I first started dabbling
in electronics, the most sophisticated piece of
equipment I had was an analog multimeter.
It got me through a lot of projects, including a
couple of homebrew computers. It's surprising how
much you can deduce about what's happening in a
digital circuit by watching a needle bouncing
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