The "So You Think You Can Build" Challenge

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Raspberry Pi/GPIO-compatible Daughterboard
October 24, 2019
Andre Rossouw
  • Maker/Hobbyist
  • Engineer/Professional
  • Educator/Teacher
Personal Project
Wake County, NC
United States
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  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.

The Raspberry Pi/GPIO-compatible Daughterboard allows SBCs with a compatible GPIO connector to be attached to the AR Technology SBC Wizard Pro. Digital inputs and outputs can be simulated, making the task of software development faster and simpler. The daughterboard also has Grove and QWIIC conectors, which makes it compatible with those buses.
The Phase Dock WorkBench provides a stable and professional-looking base for testing. A custom mount was printed and used for the joystick and LED array, illustrating the versatility of the WorkBench system.
By eliminating tedious wiring, this project will save developers of Raspberry Pi, Google Coral, NVIDIA Jetson Nano and other GPIO-compatible SBC projects a good deal of development time.

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