Electronics with CrowPi

For this example we are going to use a CrowPi, which is a starter kit in a laptop-housing. Of course, you can get any electronics starter kit for this purpose or buy separate components. That’s the fun of electronics: components are inexpensive and easy to find on ebay or one of the many web shops.

As the CrowPi contains a lot of components, this example is described on the following subpages:

The CrowPi sources and documentation are provided by the Swiss FHNW University based on a project in 2021 by Pascal Mathis and Tobias Siegrist under supervision of Barbara Scheuner and Dieter Holz. The original documentation (in German) is available on “CrowPi goes Java” (with sources on GitHub).