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Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook for Python
Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook for Python
Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook for Python

Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook for Python Programmers: Unleash the potential of Raspberry Pi 3 with over 100 recipes, 3rd Edition

Product ID : 34083762


Galleon Product ID 34083762
UPC / ISBN 1788629876
Shipping Weight 2.12 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Packt Publishing
Shipping Dimension 9.33 x 7.52 x 1.22 inches
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Edition 3rd Revised Edition
Number Of Pages 552
Publication Date 2018-04-30
Release Date 2018-04-30
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About Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook For Python

Product Description A recipe-based guide to programming your Raspberry Pi 3 using Python Key Features Leverage the power of Raspberry Pi 3 using Python programming Create 3D games, build neural network modules, and interface with your own circuits Packed with clear, step-by-step recipes to walk you through the capabilities of Raspberry Pi Book Description Raspberry Pi 3 Cookbook for Python Programmers – Third Edition begins by guiding you through setting up Raspberry Pi 3, performing tasks using Python 3.6, and introducing the first steps to interface with electronics. As you work through each chapter, you will build your skills and apply them as you progress. You will learn how to build text classifiers, predict sentiments in words, develop applications using the popular Tkinter library, and create games by controlling graphics on your screen. You will harness the power of a built in graphics processor using Pi3D to generate your own high-quality 3D graphics and environments. You will understand how to connect Raspberry Pi's hardware pins directly to control electronics, from switching on LEDs and responding to push buttons to driving motors and servos. Get to grips with monitoring sensors to gather real-life data, using it to control other devices, and viewing the results over the internet. You will apply what you have learned by creating your own Pi-Rover or Pi-Hexipod robots. You will also learn about sentiment analysis, face recognition techniques, and building neural network modules for optical character recognition. Finally, you will learn to build movie recommendations system on Raspberry Pi 3. What you will learn Learn to set up and run Raspberry Pi 3 Build text classifiers and perform automation using Python Predict sentiments in words and create games and graphics Detect edges and contours in images Build human face detection and recognition system Use Python to drive hardware Sense and display real-world data Build a neural network module for optical character recognition Build movie recommendations system Who This Book Is For This book is for anyone who wants to master the skills of Python programming using Raspberry Pi 3. Prior knowledge of Python will be an added advantage. Table of Contents Getting Started with a Raspberry Pi 3 Computer Dividing Text Data and Building Text Classifier Using Python for Automation and Productivity Predicting Sentiments in Words Creating Games and Graphics Detecting Edges and Contours in Images Creating 3D Graphics Building Thermal Infrared Face Recognition Application Using Python to Drive Hardware Sense and Display Real-world Data Building Neural Network Module for Optical Character Recognition Building Robots Interfacing with Technology Can I Recommend A Movie For You? Hardware and Software List About the Author Tim Cox lives in England with his wife and two young daughters and works as a software engineer. His passion for programming stems from a Sinclair Spectrum that sparked his interest in computers and electronics. At university, he earned a BEng in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and into a career in developing embedded software for a range of industries. Supporting the vision behind the Raspberry Pi, to encourage a new generation of engineers, Tim co-founded the MagPi magazine (the official magazine for the Raspberry Pi) and produces electronic kits through his site PiHardware. Dr. Steven Lawrence Fernandes has Postdoctoral Research experience working in the area of Deep Learning at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. He has received the prestigious US award from Society for Design and Process Science for his outstanding service contributions in 2017 and Young Scientist Award by Vision Group on Science and Technology in 2014. He has also received Research Grant from The Institution of Engineers. He has completed his B.E (Electronics and Communication Engineering) and M.Tech (Microelectronics) and Ph.D. (Computer Vision and Machi