In this article, you’ll see how easy it is to make a small cluster consisting of two Raspberry Pi boars. As a programming language you will use Python and as for programming in parallel, you will see how easy you can be implemented parallel code thanks to the MPI library. A series of examples will then introduce you to the basic concepts of the parallel programming that will be useful for you to develop any project.
In this article, you will deepen some topics on picamera Library: how to configure the webcam settings and how to add text on the image. You write a series of examples in Python to get familiar with these concepts. Finally, to conclude, a summary example about Video Surveillance with PiCamera – how to add the current time while shooting a video.
In this article you will see how to compile the source code and install lOpenCV 3.0 of Raspbian (Raspberry). So this article is an introduction to a series of articles that will cover in depth the topic. If you want to work with OpenCV, you must first know how to compile and install on your system: in this case Raspbian.
Introduction This article will begin to work with images, by performing arithmetic operations on them. In order to follow the examples in this article you must have installed opencv library for Python. For those who have not yet done so I highly recommend you follow the instructions in the following…