Create your own graphing calculator with Raspberry Pi

graphic calculator

Today I want to present you a new example of how, with only certain basic notions of programming and electronics you can get to build and shape projects as interesting as the one I want to present to you today where a developer named Ben heck, quite famous in the Raspberry Pi community, presents its interesting and fully functional graphic calculator, a fairly rustic model but much more powerful than commercial models whose value can exceed 200 euros.

As you can see in the video that I have left you just below these lines, the prototype that is presented to us stands out not only for the use of a custom electronic panel connected directly to a Raspberry Pi, but also for a embedded software within the system itself With which to control any type of input and perform the necessary calculations for subsequent presentation on the screen. Best of all is the housing made using 3D printing technology that brings everything together in one device.

Undoubtedly, a more than interesting project with which to go a little further in our learning and development of faculties both at the level of electronics and software development that we are already facing what can be one of the most complete projects we have seen in recent weeks.

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  1.   First Name said

    Good Morning. Where are the diagrams of this project. Thanks.

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