Mathematica and the Wolfram Language is included with Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi. The Wolfram Language is particularly useful in partnership with the Sense HAT, which features an LED array and a collection of environmental and movement sensors.
Ever since the partnership between the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Wolfram Research began, people have been excited to discover – and are often surprised by – the power and ease of using the Wolfram Language and Mathematica on a Raspberry Pi.
These give users the ability to read in data from the physical world and display or manipulate it in the Wolfram Language with simple, one-line functions. With the release of Mathematica 11, Wolfram Research has been working hard to refine functions that connect to the Sense HAT, allowing Mathematica to communicate directly with the device.
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