A new quality of reading and writing with lining E-paper
Displays like E-paper, offers simple maintenance and low energy consumption, and more - can view the last saved contents into infinity, even after turning off the power source. In its principle use particles, charged positive and negative electric charge. In the database display E-paper, is a matrix in the form of a layer of liquid film, which is suspended mikrokapsułki charged negatively or positively, what is visually presented, respectively, black and white. For ease of use and low energochłonnością, display E-paper for Raspberry Pi, says compactness, an interesting effect of displaying graphics and excellent readability, even in strong sunlight.
Raspberry Pi in space!
We offer our shop trim Sense Hat, located in a small area several useful features - includes joystick with push button, matrix LED 8x8, sensors for measuring pressure, humidity and ambient temperature, and also features a 3-axis MEMS gyro along with accelerometer and magnetometrem that allow you to quickly determine the coordinates in space for the object with a Raspberry Pi on Board. Connect the nozzle to the GPIO pins on a Raspberry Pi and discover its huge potential. Trim Sense Hat supports all of the projects on the Raspberry Pi, and allows, in particular, the measurement of the speed of the robot with Malinka on Board and determine its location based on coordinates. Built-in LED matrix, you can view the measurement data from the sensors, the visualization of a compass, but also in the entertainment purposes of the game Tetris using the control with the onboard joystick. The pad is easily programmed thanks to a special library of Python. Using the pads Sense Hat you can start at the European Astro Pi competition for students organized by the Union of Space Agencies together with the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The contest is to write programs on the Raspberry Pi, from which astronauts will use during the session for scientific research on the International Space Station. Connect the Sense Hat for Raspberry Pi and go!