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I/O I²C with Windows 10 IoT, Raspberry Pi 2 and the temperature sensor BMP180

After playing with the very classic digital serial communication, let’s take a look at the I²C I²C ? But that is what the I²C? It is a communication protocol created by Phillips in the early 1980s. Among the drawbacks of the serial communication is the fact that it is asynchronous and participants should agree on transfer speed, therefore [...]

Analog I/O on Windows 10 IoT Raspberry Pi 2 and ADS1115 converter

This is the final part on the I/O of Raspberry Pi. There are a lot of good quality and cheap sensors for Arduino. The problem is that some are analog, and the Raspberry Pi 2 has no analog pin. Are we doomed? No, it is a fairly standard case and some company selling components that make analog to digital conversion. I will speak of one of these components, [...]

Digital I/O with Windows 10 IoT, Raspberry Pi 2 and the Ultrasonic Ranging Module HC – SR04

I finally had a little time to play with Windows 10 IoT and Raspberry Pi 2, I take this opportunity to share my experience. In this article, I will talk about the digital I/O. For the I2C and analogs I/O, this will be for next 2 articles. I wanted a sensor where I have also send date to show digital output. While searching through my components box, [...]

Impressions of HoloLens

I was at //build/ last week and I had the chance to get into the HoloLens Academy. What is the HoloLens academy? It is a course delivered by the HoloLens team. An introduction to development on HoloLens. The places were very limited and, as you can imagine, there was a rush. Everybody wanted to try those enigmatic glasses. I had problem registering, [...]