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Donald Norris is an avid electronics hobbyist and maker. He is also an electronics engineer with an advanced degree in Production Management. Don is retired from civilian government service with the US Navy, where he specialized in acoustics and digital signal processing. He also has more than a dozen years’ experience as a professional software developer using C, C#, C++, Python, and Java, as well as five years’ experience as a certified IT security consultant.

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28 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beside private use, recommended for schools to intrigue students to start thinking creatively and make practical work themselves 10 septembre 2013
Par Helpful Advice - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Raspberry Pi Projects for the Evil Genius" by Donald Norris is an interesting book that introduces reader to Raspberry Pi that is regardless of its small size fully operational computer working on Linux operating system.

Inside the author presented 12 practical construction projects (robot car, MP3 player, camera controller, earthquake detector, GPS...) that showed Raspberry Pi's capabilities from the simple ones to the most advanced and complex.
For each project author stated its requirements, both software and hardware, together with describing whole making process in details, including pictures and schemes.

As author said, the Raspberry Pi is currently a most inexpensive computer that offers such level of functionality and is freely available on market.
Its concept was introduced 7 years ago on Cambridge University in order to make an inexpensive computer that will allow experiments unlike high-end expensive PCs that people for fear of damage don't dare "to play" with.
As a result, the Raspberry Pi was created that allows even small kids to play and experiment, and while they are learning to program they are also able to make things without a fear that something expensive will be damaged or broken.

"Raspberry Pi Projects for the Evil Genius" is nice book for all inventors or device constructors, regardless of their age, although I would strongly recommend it to the teens that will learn a lot while they'll use it.
In an extremely simple and graphically interesting way, with a lot of details the author manages to intrigue the reader not only to make herself/himself these 12 featured projects, but to soon try some own project using the principles learned from the book.

Therefore I recommend this book not only for private use, but also for the schools because it will intrigue students to start thinking creatively and make practical work themselves.
54 internautes sur 60 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Surprisingly Complete 13 septembre 2013
Par Let's Compare Options Preptorial - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Because the Pi is a fully functional PC on a little board, with many features (including multimedia!) in the class of Arduino and Propeller, most project books don't have the space to get into the basics of Pi, like loading the O/S and many other details. Since this is a UK unit, many of the websites (even though this is all open source) are a chore to sort out. Getting the free downloads shown in this book is worth the price of the book itself, DO NOT pay for the O/S on a site, it is free on many others, as shown in this fine little gem!

True to the evil genius series, this book is an exception to the completeness issue! Not only are the projects fully detailed, with carefully tested code that works without glitches, the author also takes the time to go over the basics of Pi as well, including getting up and running before the project phases. The book has something in it for everyone because of that, from beginners to advanced designers and hobbyists. As a roboticist and teacher, I'm using the Pi more and more in place of Arduino programs (called sketches) because the motor controls are much more like the most advanced robotics, which often use Linux. The Department of Defense uses Linux in some of their drones! VERY scalable system.

A great way to learn not only Pi, but electronics, programming and much more, from grade school to graduate engineer. And in case you're new to Pi, many folks are actually making the cheapest PC's on the planet with this little monster, INCLUDING HDTV interfaces for their monitors! The (non profit educational) Pi developers were smart enough to include multi media, which is amazing for a chip this size. If you want to go "big time" you can even combine it seamlessly pin to pin with Arduino for automation, or Propeller for multi processing. Highly Recommended.
39 internautes sur 46 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A disappointing book throughout. Errors, overly expensive projects, lazy writing and coding and more. 14 février 2015
Par W. Hayden - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Sorry this book is not cleverly or well written. It is wrought with errors. Typos and figures that are continually miss-referenced throughout the book. Minor enough, but seriously who edited this book? Heck entire lines of code missing from projects and the author continually referenced GPIO designations as pin numbers. Pin numbers are NOT GPIO designations. Pin numbers correspond to the physical pins located on the board and GPIO designations refer to the GPIO assignments that correspond to a specific pin #. For example project 1 where all this starts and continues throughout the book he continually refers to pin 18 when in fact he's referring to GPIO18 which is really physical pin 12. This might not seem like a big deal, but in reality it is. Especially when the author continually states that connecting to the wrong "pin" can destroy your Pi. Note to the author either refer to the actual pin number and include this information as comments in your code or stick to using GPIO designations. Example: it's not PIN 18 it is GPIO 18. Do not confuse the two!

Furthermore I find the authors choice in projects irresponsible to the reader and he has condescending and lazy writing style. First he never provides convenient parts lists for any of the projects. You are left as the reader to dig through the text to compile the information into a list so you can go buy the multitude of parts you are going to need to complete these projects. Hint to author a simple section at the beginning of each project describing what is needed with a simple referable table that includes a list of parts and where you sourced them is not too much to ask for. Second and a warning to prospect buyers of this book most of the projects in this book are "expensive" to complete. Control a camera? Well if you don't have a camera like the authors, who is admittedly a self professed "photography buff", then good luck. Not everyone is going to have a camera that has remote control capability like the author's or even the accessories needed if they do. The cost of the projects just goes up from there. So if you are looking for some simple but insightful projects that you can complete on a modest budget I urge you to seek another reference.

Then where a project could get interesting he goes off on some tangent that this is a "beginners" book. Never mind the technicality of the project itself like having to physically build a robot or create other rather complex electronic circuits. No no, when it comes to programming in a language he himself calls "easy to learn" he wants to keep things simple. For example the MP3 player project (project #2). I'm thinking yes he has an opportunity to show us how to perform standard input with the Pi and Python. Now now I got ahead of myself. Shame on me. The author provides this gem of a response after correctly concluding that most people reading this are wondering why we are simply binding a CLI command statement to 3 buttons to play 3 static songs and not going further to skip forward or backward through a directory of songs. Yup if you read that that's all his MP3 player does. Push 1 of 3 buttons to play 1 of 3 mp3 files. That's it. No skip, repeat, etc. The author writes and I quote, "Changing or paralleling input device is not a trivial change, so I felt it was not suitable to include it in a beginning project book." What? Beginning project book with projects that cost you $$$ each to build? Building a robot, beginner? This is a joke right? Nope.

The author also sees fits to take you along on a pointless journey into his past life as an acoustical engineer. A journey that is neither interesting nor useful or relevant to the book. It's more like self glorification and being drug along on his anecdotal mind trips.

What condescending part you ask? Try this on for size. After the author drones on about this and that he writes, "I will attempt to point out these challenging program areas in the book projects to help avoid confusion on your part." You get that, confusion on YOUR PART. Like your too stupid to understand. He could've just left the sentence as is with out "on your part" and it would've been just fine. But no, his choice of text in my opinion clearly indicates the author has a high opinion of himself and assumes the reader is a buffoon. And of course we aren't ready to handle "std input" but he sure can have you go out and buy $$$$ in parts to build his stupid pointless projects that really don't provide much insight into the Raspberry Pi or Python.

No, this book was all frustration for me. The writing and editing errors that started on page 2 to condescending tone to pointless expensive projects that most people will not even attempt to complete. Perhaps you'll like it better. My recommendation is to pass on this one and buy another Pi projects book that doesn't cost an arm and a leg to complete the projects and projects that are more relevant with more insight into the inter-workings of the Raspberry Pi and the use of Python.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Too much background, poor project choices 6 janvier 2015
Par Jesse - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Disappointed by the amount of background information (GPS theory, pink noise, soldering, etc) that could be left out or replaced with information specific to the project.

None of the projects particularly struck me, and after reading through them felt like the links and tutorials found on Sparkfun,Adafruit, Hackaday, and the Raspberry Pi Foundation blog were a better resource. In particular, some of the projects in this book would be more appropriately designed on an Arduino or dedicated microcontroller evaluation board.

Would have liked to see more coverage of projects that take advantage of RPi's network and multimedia capabilities.
12 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Well thought out, defined text on getting to know the RasPi 20 octobre 2013
Par Simon Chantrill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I gave this rating because of his easy style, well thought out approach to interfacing the RasPi.
He explains why the things done in the book are done this way, with plenty of warnings that if YOU DO IT WRONG you will damage the RasPi.
The software for the hardware is explained quite well, with links to other documentation for more advanced reading.
No hard core maths or stuff to detract from an enjoyable learning experience.
It would appeal well to the newbie who is capable, but a novice with this device.
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