Monthly Archives: April 2014

Pizazz – Sample programs in Python and ScratchGPIO

Python Example Scripts Please note that these programs are provided “as is” and without warranty purely for the purpose of demonstrating how you can write your own code for this robotic vehicle. If you have our SD card with ready-installed demos, you will find these programs in home/pi/Pizazz/ If not then from a terminal window […]

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Programming the Pizazz – Which Pins do What

Pizazz – A Robot Vehicle for your Pi, Complete with Sensors and Optional WiFi Allocation of GPIO Pins The following list of pin numbers assumes that you have exactly followed the wiring instructions here For ease of use with ScratchGPIO all pins are specified as the physical pins on the GPIO header. In brackets, we […]

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Pizazz Low Cost Robotic Vehicle for Raspberry Pi

Pizazz – A Robot Vehicle for your Pi, Complete with Sensors and Optional WiFi Specification All true robots need some form of input sensors and outputs as well as motors, so we have created this ultra-cheap but full featured robot for your Raspberry Pi. Just look at some of the features: Crystal Clear Pizazz chassis […]

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Assembling Pizazz Robot for Raspberry Pi

Pizazz Assembly Instructions NB. Click on any image to enlarge 1. First check you have all the parts Main acrylic chassis plate with pre-wired battery pack and switch Two motors with attached wires and noise suppression capacitors 2 Wheels Bag containing front caster wheel and mountings 2 x line sensors MicRoCon robotics controller board (assembled) […]

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