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Crazywink

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I just got my Raspberry Pi yesterday. :)

I'm currently setting mine up as a web server for a project,



(Ghetto cardboard case until my case comes lol)



Anybody else using a Raspberry Pi or Arduino for anything interesting? :)


Case came:
 
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hahaha that looks so pro, honestly :p although i have no idea whats its used for and cba to google xD
+rep for cardboard
 

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Yay Raspberrie Pi ! (But i aint have one) , But i got a Arduino Uno but i didnt do something interresting yet. Looking for maybe doing a robot with a Infrared controller just .. for fun, #yolo.
 

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The one time I tried to order one of those they were out and didnt get restocked for ages. I'll probably get one by the end of this year though
 

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Nice, what linux distro are you running on it? Arch?
And also if you use it as a server, how much electricity does it use compared to a normal pc?
 

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I would highly recommend you buying this cheap box https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Fre...for-Raspberry-Pi-Computer-Bule/685510375.html
I was playing around with it. I wanted to make it controlling the quadcopter but I'm not so good at math and physics so I managed only to rotate the motors and copy-pasted some PID algorithm which should balance it but it didn't worked for me because I don't know how to do it in right way.
The first idea was to control the quad using my notebook , drinking tea , controlling the flight through the arrow keys or the joystick but but but ... so I decided to buy a KK2.1 board to control the quad. The RPI will be controlling the high level part , will send signals to it instead of the remote controller receiver which I have also bought, because I want to do some flips and so on just for fun .

So the basic Idea was that RPI will send the image from the cam to a server , which will send it to me and I will send to it controlling messages go up , down , foward and so on . The profit of that is that a lot of ppl in theory could be watching on line how it is flying. The server will multiply the image to multiple clients . So the rpi can save lots of traffic...

These are old pic's now RPI is in a box.




 
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I am interesting in this.
Are you using Kali?
I don't know if i should buy this because i don't know C well..
 

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Spamer That's sweet man! :D Yeah the cardboard case was only until I got my actual case:


danielbunny C is not the only language you can use. C is what I prefer since you have control over the entire OS, but they do have python and their own raspberrian coding language. :)
 

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If you are talking about Linux Kali OS , I'm using raspbain , and yep so it is linux you can code there using different languages .. Python, c/c++ , java , php , lua and so on
 

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What do you guys think of using the Raspberry Pi for a low powered NAS?
If you already have one, you could make one to just mess around with, but you can get some network storage adapters much cheaper. :)

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If you already have one, you could make one to just mess around with, but you can get some network storage adapters much cheaper. :)

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Really, I don't have one so I was wondering for the price if it might be worth it. I don't really need a nas although they seem kinda cool so I want to make something kinda cheap.
 
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