Raspberry Pi 101: Cat selfie machine

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LB-205, Webster Library, Concordia University

1400 Maisonneuve Boulevard West

Montreal, QC H3G 1M8

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Speaker: Jasia Stuart, Coordinator - Digital Technology, Concordia University Library

A Raspberry Pi is a very small computer, but what can you do with it? A whole variety of things are possible; by experiencing the magic of your cat (or dog, or goldfish) sending you selfies you may be inspired to put this tiny, inexpensive computer to work in both practical and fanciful ways.

This is a fun workshop for getting starting with a Raspberry Pi. No pet ownership is actually required, we will connect a motion detector and a camera to a Raspberry Pi computer and use a short Python script. No electronics or programming knowledege required. Laptop NOT required.

Open to everyone. 120 minutes.

image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/macro-shot-photography-of-cat-1323326/

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LB-205, Webster Library, Concordia University

1400 Maisonneuve Boulevard West

Montreal, QC H3G 1M8

Canada

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