Video tutorials on CircuitPython in Korean #CircuitPython @maduinos @Raspberry_Pi

The Maduino blog has posted video tutorials on using CircuitPython in Korean. They have two videos according to their Twitter feed:

Via Google Translate at the website maduinos.blogspot.com:

This time, let’s take a look at CircuitPython which I learned while trying to play with Raspberry Pi.

CircuitPython is a language designed to simplify programming on inexpensive microcontroller boards. If Arduino is programmed in C, CircuitPython will be a language that controls hardware based on Python, as its name suggests.

As you know, Python is currently growing fast and is being used in a variety of ways. That’s because it’s easy to learn, based on the language intuition and various libraries that Python has. That’s why CircuitPython is easy to learn.

It’s only a few days now, but it supports a variety of boards based on Arm processors, so please refer to https://circuitpython.org/downloads to find out which boards are supported.

CircuitPython supports not only microcontrollers but also SBCs (Single Board Computer)  through a library called ‘Blinka’. I‘m going to use the Blinka library to play with a Raspberry Pi, one of SBC’s flagship boards. Blinka seems to have been working on a development project at ‘adafruit’ which I learned about Arduino. So it’s very likely that Adafruit supports a lot of breakout boards. (Ed: Yes, 56+ at last count).

Let’s deal with the application of a variety of sensors using the Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi.  8 bit microcontrollers such as Arduino and OS-based SBCs such as Raspberry Pi have different uses from the start, so the tutorial won’t be long. We also run it on YouTube. If you are interested, please subscribe ~:)

See more about CircuitPython on Awesome CircuitPython.


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