The Line Follower attaches to your GoPiGo robot car and enables you to program it to follow a line. Program your GoPiGo to serve a drink across a room, and learn the basics of how automated warehouse or self-driving cars work!
The Pi HAT case for the Raspberry Pi 3 is designed with a removable section to facilitate HAT style add-on boards to the Raspberry Pi. It has a clear top allowing you to see the board, a slot for a camera cable and suits the Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi B+.
This adapter plugs into the mini HDMI port on your Raspberry Pi Zero W or Pi Zero and allows you to plug a standard HDMI cable in. It is necessary for connecting a HDMI display to your Raspberry Pi Zero W.
This is a set of 4 sensor mounts to allow you to attach your sensors to your GrovePi or GoPiGo robot car! If you want a moving sensor mount, you’ll have to get the Servo, but for stationary sensing, these are a great solution.
The Arduberry is a simple and inexpensive way to bring Arduino shields to the Raspberry Pi. The device is a shield that slides over the Raspberry Pi and allows you to stack and use Arduino shields. The Arduberry requires no physical configuration to work with most shields. You can write Arduino sketches (programs) right on your Raspberry Pi.
This is a 2 meter long microHDMI to HDMI cable that supports Full HDMI Specification version 1.4, supporting Ethernet over HDMI, Full 1080p HD Video and Audio, 4K Video, and DTS/DTS-HD/Dolby Digital HDMI Audio Passthrough.
This is a 2 Meter Audio Cable used for connecting a Model A or Model B Raspberry Pi into an audio device that uses RCA Audio In. It can also be used to connect your iPhone, Android, or Walkman into your home amplifier.
The PIFACE IO Shim works with the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi B+ with 40 GPIOs to duplicate the header pins when an add-on board is connected directly to the Raspberry Pi GPIO. The SHIM has two sets of plated thru holes in the same RPI GPIO configuration with the relative holes connected together. With one set of holes placed over the Raspberry Pi headers the other set of holes on the SHIM can accommodate header pins, wires, etc. to support the users application while not covering up the RPI header pins for additional add on boards.
This is a 1.8 meter long audio cable with 3.5mm stereo connectors on each end. You can use it to connect your Raspberry Pi Model A or Model B into any amplifier that has 3.5mm audio in (for example, most new model cars). You could also use it to connect a Walkman to the audio-in of your car (provided your car is 20 years newer than your Walkman.)
The PiFace Control and Display has been updated for the Raspberry Pi Model B+! It has a 16 character, two line display (16×2), 5 push-button tactile switches, a LED backlight, a 3-position navigation switch, and an IR Receiver. It comes with Python Libraries so you can control it, and has immediate uses in Internet Radio, Streaming media and embedded Applications.
The FLIRC USB dongle allows the use of any remote control with your Raspberry Pi. Configure the device on your desktop PC, then simply plug into your Pi for a perfect media centre companion.
Flirc learns from any remote control, not caring about different vendor protocols. Just walk through the super simple setup- pairing individual remote buttons with 'Media Centre Buttons' and you're done.