Physical Computing

Peter Knobloch
Institut für Design, Computerstudio
2019S, Vorlesung und Übungen (VU), 2.0 SemStd., LV-Nr. S00767

Beschreibung

The purpose of the lecture is to aquire the fundamental basics to be able to use microcontrollers or (max. credit card sized) single board computers.

Within the lecture we will use the Raspberry Pi Zero W.

By the use of several examples, step by step, the following topics will be covered:

  • What is a computer?

  • Fundamental parts of a computer

  • Mikrocontroller (Arduino Uno, PyBoard, ESP8266 etc.) or single board computer (Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black etc.)?

  • Plattforms by comparison (Arduino, MicroPython, Raspbian, Debian)

  • Which platform for which project?

  • Introduction to the programming language Python 3.0

  • Reading input devices & sensors

  • Controlling LEDs, speakers, motors

  • Connecting to networks

  • In- and output of audio signals

  • Connecting displays

Prüfungsmodalitäten

To evaluate the learning progress and for the successful degree, the overall presence and the active participation and successful creation of the examples will be used.

Schlagwörter

Beaglebone Black, Computing, Debian, ESP8266, Micro Computer, MicroPython, Physical Computing, Programming, Python, Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspbian, SBC, Single Board Computer

Termine

11. März 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
25. März 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
01. April 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
08. April 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
29. April 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
06. Mai 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
13. Mai 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
20. Mai 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
27. Mai 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio
03. Juni 2019, 14:30–18:00 IfD Computerstudio

LV-Anmeldung

Von 01. Jänner 2019, 00:00 bis 10. März 2019, 23:59
Per Online Anmeldung

Industrial Design (1. Studienabschnitt): Experimentallabor (2.0 ECTS)

Mitbelegung: möglich (2.0 ECTS)

Besuch einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen: möglich (2.0 ECTS)