Device Interfacing with Python and ZIO
|Authors||Vijay Kumar B.|
|Topic||Other Python libraries and extensions|
|Tags||Embedded Systems, Science Projects, Device Interfacing, Sensors, Motor control, Robotics|
This talk shows how to connect hardware devices to a PC, and how to program them from Python. An IO framework called the ZIO is used for connecting devices like LEDs, LCDs, Keypads, Temperature Sensors, Motors, etc. to the PC. The devices are then accessed and programed using ZIO Python library.
- Introduction to ZIO
- Interfaces and Programming
- Digital IO
- Analog IO
- SPI and I2C
- With Python and ZIO it's easy!
- Luminance controlled Light Bulb
- Digital Thermometer
- Motor Control
- TV Remote Receiver
For more details about ZIO - http://www.zilogic.com/zio-mb.html
Vijay Kumar is an embedded systems developer, currently working for Zilogic Systems. He has been hacking various embedded systems ranging from tiny 8051 based firmware to telecom switches running Carrier Grade Linux. He has been making patch contributions to open source projects including the Linux kernel, Qemu and the Linux Testing Project.
As a trainer, he has been helping newbies to come up to speed in GNU/Linux systems programming and device driver programming. As a documentation writer, he has been documenting some lesser known areas in open source projects including the Linux kernel, GTK+ and the GNU toolchain. Some of his work is available from his website http://www.bravegnu.org
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