A servo is motor that uses a set of gears to create rotary motion. They are often seen in radio controlled vehicles or within animation projects. They vary in size and capability but small servos are cheap and a great way to introduce movement into your Raspberry Pi projects.
This post will explain how to connect a small servo to your Pi in the easiest way possible with the minimum of hardware.
El artículo: Windows 10 S hackeado para funcionar en la Raspberry Pi 3 apareció originalmente en el blog Raspberry para torpes.
Al final, Windows 10 S ha sido hackeado y han conseguido que funcione en la Raspberry Pi 3.
In my last post Bullet physics: user pointer I was able detect the collision of two balls in my virtual world.
But how can I detect whether one of the balls collides with me (or, more precisely, the virtual me)?
Time to crank open the C++ Microsoft Visual Studio application (with OpenGL graphics library and the Oculus SDK for Windows) and fix up the Bullet Real-Time Physics Simulation code.