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OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R1,269.90  Inc VAT
The Raspberry Pi Zero comes equipped with a special mini camera port which is smaller than the standard camera connector
R49.90  Inc VAT
This is the V2.1 camera. OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R479.90  Inc VAT
This neat little adapter board is designed to join two Raspberry Pi Camera board cables together, allowing you to extend the length of the camera cable.
R64.90  Inc VAT
OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R289.90  Inc VAT
Mini Short Camera Module for Raspberry Pi (RPi mini short cam)
Description

The module uses a full-size 15-pin connection which is compatible with Raspberry Pi Model B boards (Pi 4, 3B+, 3, 2, B+). The short size makes it handy for compact Raspberry Pi photography projects, custom 3D printed cases or just simply playing with the various camera commands with your bare board - without the need for a camera case.

Specifications

Compatible with Model B Raspberry Pi boards (Pi 4, 3B+, 3, 2, B+)
OV5647 Sensor
Compatible with libcamera and raspicam commands
Compact size - just 35mm long!
Includes foam gaskets for creative mounting
Images up to 2592x1944
Video up to 1920x1080
Sensor: OV5647
Pixels: 5MP
Focal length: ~3.9mm
CMOS size: 1/4"
Field of View: ~73°
Aperture: F2.4
Depth of Field: ~20cm
Distortion: < 1.5%
Still Image: up to 2592x1944

Video:
1920 x 1080p @30
1280 x 720p @60
640 x 480p @60
640 x 480p @90

What's in the box?

1x Mini Camera Module

Resources

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R229.90  Inc VAT
160° variable focus – Camera Module for Raspberry Pi Zero (5MP) (160 focus zero cam)
Description

This Raspberry Pi Zero camera features a wide 160° fisheye lens and uses the same OV5647 chip as the standard Raspberry Pi camera! It's therefore able to deliver a crystal clear 5MP resolution image, or 1080p HD video recording at 30fps!

Specifications

  • CSI camera port works with Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Raspberry Pi Camera, supports all revisions of the Pi
  • OV5647 sensor 5MP 2592x1944 pixels
  • CCD size : 1/4inch
  • Focal Length : 2.1mm, f2.0 Lens
  • Field of View : 160 degree (while other normal cameras are typically 72 degree)
  • Sensor best resolution : 1080p
  • Support 1080p/30fps, 720p/60fps and 480p/90fps video record
  • Dimensions: 60mm × 11.5mm × 10.5mm

What'sin the box?

1 x Camera module 

Support

Please download the camera user guide  here.
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R229.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Camera Board - "Spy Camera" (5MP) 30cm (RPi spy cam 30)
Description

The Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi is smaller than a thumbnail with a high enough resolution to see people, or ghosts, or whatever it is you're looking for. It's about the size of a cell phone camera - the module being just 8.5mm x 11.3mm - and has a stick-on back so it's easy to mount in a doorbell or behind a teddy bear's eye (might as well be creative!)

The camera comes with a 289mm (11.4") long cable so you can extend and mount your Pi away from the camera. Like the Raspberry Pi Camera Board, it attaches to your Raspberry Pi by way of one of the two small sockets on the board upper surface. This interface uses the dedicated CSI interface, which was designed especially for interfacing to cameras. The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates, and it exclusively carries pixel data.

The camera is connected to the BCM2835 processor on the Pi via the CSI bus, a higher bandwidth link which carries pixel data from the camera back to the processor. This bus travels along the ribbon cable that attaches the camera board to the Pi.

The sensor itself has a native resolution of 5 megapixel, and has a fixed focus lens onboard. In terms of still images, the camera is capable of 2592 x 1944 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p60/90 video.

CSI camera port works with Raspberry Pi 3/4 B

Sensor: OV5647, 5MP 2592x1944 pixels
Pin: 22
Peach: 0.5mm
AVDD: 2.7-3.3V (Typical2.8V)
DVDD: 1.45-1.8V
DOVDD: 1.7-3.3V
Lens Structure: 4P (650nm)
EFL: 3.52
FNO: 2.8

FOV: 70 degree
Output Format: YUV or RAW RGB
1080p video at 30 FPS (or 60 FPS at 720p, 90 FPS at 480p)
F2.9 lens, 3.4 mm focal length
53.50 degrees horizontal, 41.41 degrees vertical field of view
Approx. dimensions of circuit and camera: 60 x 11.5 x 4.5mm

What's in the box?

1 x camera module

Support

Please download the camera user guide  here.
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R229.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi HQ camera add-on kit (HQ cam add-on kit)
Please note: Raspberry Pi board is not included

Description:


This is an integrated bracket case independently designed by Yahboom, which supports Raspberry Pi 4B/3B /3B. It is composed of two upper and lower acrylic plates. The upper acrylic cover comes with mounting holes for fixing the official Raspberry Pi HQ camera. The lower acrylic cover has reserved holes for a cooling fan, display, and 40Pin pin headers, allowing any external devices to be connected to the Raspberry Pi board. We will also provide a detailed installation video, and users can install it easily through the screw copper pillar.

If you're using this tripod stand with a camera, its versatility also allows you to get shots from various angles. The stand comes with adjustable socket joints and flexible feet. You can bend the feet at your will for perfect photos!

This octopus tripod stand is compatible with the Raspberry Pi HQ camera module.(Cam included)


Features:

  • A unique all-in-one bracket shell.
  • Supports the Raspberry Pi official HQ cameras.(INCLUDED)
  • Compatible with Raspberry boards:(BOARD NOT INCLUDED)
    • Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2GB
    • Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB
    • Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB
    • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
    • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  • Suitable holes for cooling fans, cameras, display screens, and 40Pin pin headers.


What's in the box?

1 x Acrylic top and bottom plate
1 x 5V fan
1 x Plastic rivet set to mount fan
1 x Spacer and screw set
1 x flexible portable camera tripod black
1 x Raspberry Pi HQ cam with ribbon

What You will need:

OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R1,269.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable - 150mm (zero cam cable 150mm)

Description:

The Raspberry Pi Zero comes equipped with a special mini camera port which is smaller than the standard connector for the Raspberry Pi Camera and Noir Camera! So how do you connect to it? With this special camera cable designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi Zero of course! This is an extra long version, with a 150mm total length!

Just plug it into your Pi Zero's camera port and then the other end into one of the official Pi Cameras for photo & video fun time!

Specifications:

- Length: 150 mm
- Product Dimensions: 150.0mm x 16.0mm x 0.2mm
- Made to fit: Raspberry Pi Zero
- Pins: 15


What's in the box:

1 x Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable

The Raspberry Pi Zero comes equipped with a special mini camera port which is smaller than the standard camera connector
R49.90  Inc VAT
2-Axis FPV Camera Cradle Head w/ 9g Dual Servo / Steering Gear for Robot / R/C Car - Black Blue (cam pan/tilt bracket)
You'll have to know how to control this unit from you GPIO port or a servo controller module(Not included).


Description:



Specially designed for R/C car and robotics; Can be pan/tilt 180 degrees; Can hold ultrasonic sensor, IR sensor, camera or other sensors.

Specifications:

- Weight: 15g
- Working torque: 1.6KG/cm
- Response rotary speed: 0.10s / 60 degree
- Working temperature: -30~60'C
- Dead zone: 2ms
- Plug: JR, Futaba
- Rotating angle: Max. 180 degree
- Servo: digital servo
- Working current: 0.02A
- Working voltage: 3.5~6V
- Structure: Nylon plastic gear

What's in the box?:

1 x Cradle head w/ servo (25.6 /-2cm)
1 x Pack of screws
R209.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable 300mm (Cam cable 300mm)
Description:

The Raspberry Pi Camera Module comes fully assembled with a 15-Way 150mm flat, flex cable that plugs directly in the Raspberry Pi CSI port. Unfortunately the included cable is quite fragile, and can break if twisted or bent too far.
Don't worry though, not all is lost if that cable does happen to break! Replacement raspberry pi camera board cables are available and it's very easy to swap them over!
This replacement cable is 300mm long.

The Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable Features:
  • Direct Replacement for the Raspberry Pi Camera Board Cable
  • 300mm Overall Length
  • 1mm Pitch
  • 15 Way Flat Cable
  • Conductor: Tin plated copper
  • Insulation: White PVC
  • Supporting tape: Blue polyester
  • UL rating: UL2896
  • Temperature rating: 80°C
  • Voltage: 30V
  • Flame test: VW-1, FT1, FT2
  • CSA Standard: CAN/CSA-22.2 No.210.2


What's in the box?:


1 x Camera Board Replacement Cable
R26.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Camera Board V2 (8MP,1080p) (RPi Cam 8MP V2)

How to use Picamera with Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7KPSc_Xr24&list=WL&index=2

Description:

The Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2 is the new and improved official camera board from the Raspberry Pi Foundation! Custom designed and manufactured by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the UK, the Raspberry Pi Camera Board V2 features an ultra-high quality 8 megapixel Sony IMX219 image sensor (up from 5MP on the V1 camera board), and a fixed focus camera lens. The V2 camera module is capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video.

The module attaches to Raspberry Pi by way of a 15 Pin Ribbon Cable, to the dedicated 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI), which was designed especially for interfacing to cameras. The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates, and it exclusively carries pixel data to the BCM2835 processor. A 150mm CSI cable is included with every camera.

The board itself is tiny, at around 25mm x 23mm x 9mm, and weighs just over 3g, making it perfect for mobile or other applications where size and weight are important. 

The Raspberry Pi Camera Board V2 Features:

  • Fixed focus lens on-board
  • 150mm CSI camera cable included
  • 8 megapixel native resolution sensor-capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images
  • Supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video
  • Size 25mm x 23mm x 9mm
  • Weight just over 3g
  • Connects to the Raspberry Pi board via a short ribbon cable (supplied)
  • Camera v2 is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, Raspberry Pi's preferred operating system

Note: to use the camera with Raspberry Zero, you need to buy a specific cable: Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable

Getting started with PiCamera
This is the V2.1 camera. OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R479.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi "NoIR" Infrared Camera Board V2 (8MP,1080p) (camera NOIR 8MP)

How to use Picamera with Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7KPSc_Xr24&list=WL&index=2

The NoIR Camera V2 is the “night vision” version of the official camera board released by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board V2 has no Infrared filter, which makes it perfect for taking Infrared photographs or photographing objects in low light (twilight) conditions! Custom designed and manufactured by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the UK, the Raspberry Pi  NoIR Camera Board V2 features an ultra-high quality 8 megapixel Sony IMX219 image sensor (up from 5MP on the V1 camera board), and a fixed focus camera lens. The V2 camera module is capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video.

The module attaches to Raspberry Pi by way of a 15 Pin Ribbon Cable, to the dedicated 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI), which was designed especially for interfacing to cameras. The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates, and it exclusively carries pixel data to the BCM2835 processor.

The board itself is tiny, at around 25mm x 23mm x 9mm, and weighs just over 3g, making it perfect for mobile or other applications where size and weight are important. 

The Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board V2 Features:

  • No IR Filter - Great for Low Light Conditions
  • Includes Blue Filter
  • Fixed focus lens on-board
  • 150mm CSI camera cable included
  • 8 megapixel native resolution sensor-capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images
  • Supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 video
  • Size 25mm x 23mm x 9mm
  • Weight just over 3g
  • Connects to the Raspberry Pi board via a short ribbon cable (supplied)
  • NoIR Camera v2 is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, Raspberry Pi's preferred operating system
Getting started with PiCamera

Note: to use the camera with Raspberry Zero v1.3, you need to buy a specific cable: Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Camera Cable
R499.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable 500mm (Cam cable 500mm)
Description:

The Raspberry Pi Camera Module comes fully assembled with a 15-Way 500mm flat, flex cable that plugs directly in the Raspberry Pi CSI port. Unfortunately the included cable is quite fragile, and can break if twisted or bent too far.
 
Don't worry though, not all is lost if that cable does happen to break! Replacement raspberry pi camera board cables are available and it's very easy to swap them over!
 
This replacement cable is 500mm long.
 
The Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable Features:
  • Direct Replacement for the Raspberry Pi Camera Board Cable
  • 500mm Overall Length
  • 1mm Pitch
  • 15 Way Flat Cable
  • Conductor: Tin plated copper
  • Insulation: White PVC
  • Supporting tape: Blue polyester
  • UL rating: UL2896
  • Temperature rating: 80°C
  • Voltage: 30V
  • Flame test: VW-1, FT1, FT2
  • CSA Standard: CAN/CSA-22.2 No.210.2 
R29.90  Inc VAT
WS Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera (IR-CUT) (Night Vision IR-CUT)
Description:

Raspberry Pi IR-CUT Night Vision Camera plugs directly into the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi (requires an adapter for use with a Pi Zero), and features two high-intensity Infrared LED spotlights for night time recording!

Features
  • Raspberry Pi Camera, supports all revisions of the Pi
  • Embedded removable IR-CUT filter, eliminating color distortion in the daylight
  • Comes with infrared LED, supports night vision
  • 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor
  • Adjustable focus distance
  • Camera specifications
    • CCD size : 1/4inch
    • Aperture (F) : 1.8
    • Focal Length : 3.6mm
    • Angle of View (diagonal) : 75.7 degree
    • Sensor best resolution : 1080p
  • 4 screw holes
    • Used for attachment
    • Provides 3.3V power output
    • Supports connecting infrared LED and/or fill flash LED
  • Dimension: 31mm × 32mm

Note: to use the camera with Raspberry Pi Zero / Zero W / Zero WH, you need to buy a specific cable: Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Camera Cable

How to use Picamera with Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7KPSc_Xr24&list=WL&index=2


Development Resources

Getting started with PiCamera
Wiki :
www.waveshare.com/wiki/RPi_IR-CUT_Camera

R419.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry PI Camera Cable Joiner/Extender (Cam cable joiner/extender)

PLEASE NOTE: Pic is for demonstration purposes only
Ribbon Cables are NOT included, this is the adaptor board only!


This neat little adapter board is designed to join two Raspberry Pi Camera board cables together, allowing you to extend the length of the camera cable on Raspberry Pi B/B /2/3 and Pi Zero using multiple cables!

The Raspberry Pi camera module comes with its own 30cm cable to connect to the Pi, but sometimes that's simply not long enough. This lovely little board lets you add extension cables to your existing camera cable, giving you as much range as you'll need!

Features:

  • 1mm Pitch
  • 15 Way Flat Cable Connector Female to Female
  • Designed for Raspberry Pi Camera Cables

Raspberry Pi B/B /2/3 - You will need 2 standard Raspberry Pi Camera Cables One Extender Board.

Raspberry Pi Zero -You will need one Pi Zero Camera Cable Standard Raspberry Pi Camera Cable  One Extender Board.

This neat little adapter board is designed to join two Raspberry Pi Camera board cables together, allowing you to extend the length of the camera cable.
R64.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable 1000mm (Cam cable 1000mm)
Description:

The Raspberry Pi Camera Module comes fully assembled with a 15-Way 1000mm flat, flex cable that plugs directly in the Raspberry Pi CSI port. Unfortunately the included cable is quite fragile, and can break if twisted or bent too far.
 
Don't worry though, not all is lost if that cable does happen to break! Replacement raspberry pi camera board cables are available and it's very easy to swap them over!
 
This replacement cable is 1000mm long.
 
The Raspberry Pi Camera Board Replacement Cable Features:
  • Direct Replacement for the Raspberry Pi Camera Board Cable
  • 1000mm Overall Length
  • 1mm Pitch
  • 15 Way Flat Cable
  • Conductor: Tin plated copper
  • Insulation: White PVC
  • Supporting tape: Blue polyester
  • UL rating: UL2896
  • Temperature rating: 80°C
  • Voltage: 30V
  • Flame test: VW-1, FT1, FT2
  • CSA Standard: CAN/CSA-22.2 No.210.2 
R34.90  Inc VAT
Camera Module for Raspberry Pi Zero Standard (zero cam standard)

How to use Picamera with Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7KPSc_Xr24&list=WL&index=2

Description:


This minimal Camera for the Pi Zero is perfect for small camera projects where space is at a premium.

The sensor is 5MP, and the whole shebang is mounted on a flexible circuit board. As such, a little care is needed when handling, just like the connector on the Pi Zero. Easy there Lennie.

Otherwise it's an economical and svelte solution for birdcams, bodycams, home security and simple computer vision projects.

Only for Raspberry Pi Zero with CSI camera port.

Specifications:

Approx dimensions of camera: 10mm x 11.4mm x 5.1mm

Resources:

Getting started with PiCamera

R319.90  Inc VAT
WS RPi Camera (E), Supports Night Vision (Camera (E) Night Vision)
Description

850nm wavelengths specification of an infrared LED is recommended for the Camera.

Features

  • Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera, supports all revisions of the Pi
  • 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor
  • Camera specifications
    • CCD size : 1/4inch
    • Aperture (F) : 2.9
    • Focal Length : 3.29MM
    • Diagonal : 72.4 degree
    • Sensor best resolution : 1080p
  • 4 screw holes
    • Used for attachment
    • Provides 3.3V power output
    • Supports connecting infrared LED and/or fill flash LED
  • Dimension : 25mm x 24mm x 6mm

Note: to use the camera with Raspberry Zero, you need to buy a specific cable: Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable
Raspberry Pi 2/3 ribbon cable included

Downloads

Getting started with PiCamera
Development resources:
user manual, etc.
Download: www.waveshare.com/wiki/RPi_Camera_(E)

OS releases from Bullseye onwards will no longer support the older camera system and applications. There is no Python interface yet. An alternative to the old Picamera, imaginatively named Picamera2, is in development. Raspberry Pi OS Buster is still available to download if you’re not ready to use Bullseye
R289.90  Inc VAT
Camera Mount Tripod Black/White with phone bracket (Camera tripod)
Description:

Great for mounting your phone to film your latest project for youtube, or for mounting your Raspberry Pi HQ camera for stable safe use.

1) flexible joints, and can rotate 360 to form the desired shape
2) The ring and foot clamp provide additional grip for most of the surface
3) Link attachment lock your camera tripod to make it safe
4) Your camera can be used anywhere in this tripod
5) support professional SLR camera tripod head and zoom lens.
6) For: tripod mountable camera and professional tripod head
7) Adapter: Universal 1/4-in plus a tripod screw 3/8-inch adapter
8) Size: about 165 × 35 × 35mm


Specifications:


Applies to: small size cameras
Tripod weight: 45 grams
Interface: Standard 1/4 "screw

Package Includes:

1 x small octopus tripod
R99.90  Inc VAT
Standard (55°) MLX90640 Thermal Camera Breakout (55 Thermal camera std 55)
MLX90640 Thermal Camera Breakout

How to use Picamera with Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7KPSc_Xr24&list=WL&index=2

Description:

A sophisticated, hackable, 32x24 pixel thermal camera breakout! Use it to monitor the temperature of your CPU or coffee pot, or to build your own heat-seeking night vision camera. Works with Raspberry Pi or Arduino.

It's perfect for building into projects - industrial, scientific, or just fun - and much more affordable than most thermal cameras. Our breakout makes it easy to use the camera with your Raspberry Pi or Arduino, using I2C and 3-6V supply. And it's available in two different fields of view, 55° (standard) or 110° (wide angle) depending on your preference.

The MLX90640 far-infrared camera is an array of 768 (32x24) thermal sensors that can detect temperatures from -40 to 300°C with approximately 1°C accuracy and up to 64FPS! The applications of this camera are manifold: measure the heat or heat dissipation of devices like CPUs, circuit boards, or electrical appliances; use it to identify thermal inefficiencies in your home; or use it for presence detection to identify bodies in complete darkness.

Features

  • Melexis MLX90640 far-infrared sensor array (datasheet)
  • 32x24 pixels
  • Field of view: 55°x35° or 110°x75°
  • Up to 64FPS
  • -40 to 300°C detection with approximately 1°C accuracy
  • I2C interface (address 0x33)
  • 3.3V or 5V compatible
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi, and with certain Arduino models

Kit includes

  • MLX90640 breakout
  • 1x5 male header
  • 1x5 female right-angle header

We've designed this breakout board so that you can solder on the piece of right-angle female header and pop it straight onto the bottom left 5 pins on your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header (pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9).

Software

We've written software in C that you can use to generate images and video from the MLX90640 cameras.

SparkFun also provide an example Arduino/Processing sketch for the MLX90640.

Our software does not support Raspbian Wheezy.

Python code

R1,199.90  Inc VAT
SG90 Servo bracket for Pan/Tilt Camera Platform (bracket only pan/tilt)
Description:

Easily pan or rotate your camera on your robot or other projects with this bracket kit.

Specifications:
  • Specially designed for R/C car and robotics projects
  • pan/tilt 180 degrees
  • hold ultrasonic sensor, IR sensor, camera or other sensors.
  • suitable for use with SG90 servos

Packing List

1 x Cradle head parts
1 x Pack of screws
R19.90  Inc VAT
Cambridge University Press - Coding Club Python Next Steps Level 2 (Python Next Steps Level 2)
Description:

Books at this level are intended for young coders that have enjoyed level 1 books and want to continue their coding adventure at a slightly higher level.

Python Next Steps continues the Python journey. Readers learn more about this fantastic programming language while building several useful, short applications including their own calculator. Several spare buttons will be built so that young coders can attach their own functions making this a truly programmable calculator!

Chapter 1

Ch.1 - Data types:
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> Learn about data types.
   >>> Learn about tuples, lists and dictionaries.
   >>> Make a version of MyMagic8Ball that is much shorter to code than the one from Python Basics.

PythonNextSteps-Ch1.pdf

Chapter 2

Ch.2 - Building GUIs:
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> Practise using tuples and dictionaries.
   >>> Review using tkinter and learn about some more widgets.
   >>> Build a GUI.
   >>> Build a glossary application that can easily be customised into a number of other simple cool apps too.

Chapter 3

Ch.3 - Designing a Simple Calculator:
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> Learn about 'for loops'.
   >>> Use lists and loops to save a lot of repetitive coding.
   >>> Learn more about the tkinter button widget.
   >>> Design your own calculator application called MyCalculator.
   >>> Build a complex GUI easily.

Chapter 4

Ch.4 - A Fully Working Calculator:
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> Learn how to use default values in functions creatively.
   >>> Learn about debugging.
   >>> Learn about catching and handling errors.
   >>> Delve deeper into binary numbers.
   >>> Produce a fully working calculator.

Chapter 5

Ch.5 - Customising the Calculator:
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> Layout a customisable calculator.
   >>> Create some fully functioning constant buttons.
   >>> Start a module to hold the functions for our programmable buttons.
   >>> Learn a little more about how to organise code in applications.

Bonus Chapter

Bonus Chapter - Algorithms:
In this Chapter you are going to:



   >>> Add code to the programmable buttons.
   >>> Learn about algorithms.
   >>> Learn about factorials.
   >>> Learn how to convert numbers to roman numerals.
   >>> Make a fully programmable calculator with some unique functions including its own customisable game.

R219.90  Inc VAT
Cambridge University Press - Coding Club Python Building Big Apps Level 3 (Python Big Apps Level 3)
Description:

Answers and full source code are on the resources page.

Books at level 3 are intended for young coders that are starting to want to build more involved applications. The first book at this level is Python: Building Big Apps. It introduces Object Oriented Programming (OOP) so that readers become familiar with classes and objects which are extensively used in game programming.

The book does not set out to teach perfect OOP but instead simply aims to introduce some of the concepts and to recommend that building classes allows students to organise their code in big projects in a logical and manageable way.

While learning more theory, readers will build a number of small projects ending with a big project - MyPong. The final chapter will show how building MyPong carefully allows us to quickly and easily build a BreakOut style game, an Invaders game and many more.



Chapter 1

Ch.1 - Can you guess my password?
In this Chapter you are going to revise:

   >>> variables
   >>> if, elif and else
   >>> functions
   >>> while loops
   >>> modules.

Chapter 2

Ch.2 - Objects, classes and factories
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> learn how to design classes
   >>> learn how to make objects from classes
   >>> start to build your own module
   >>> learn how to build larger programs one bit at a time.


PythonBuildingBigApps-Ch2.pdf


The MyPong Project:

Chapter 3

Ch.3 - Creating the Table
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> design a table class
   >>> learn a bit more about the tkinter module
   >>> build a simple graphical app.

Chapter 4

Ch.4 - Making the Ball
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> design a ball class
   >>> learn how to add the ball to the table
   >>> learn how to animate shapes in tkinter.

Chapter 5

Ch.5 - Building the Bats
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> design a bat class
   >>> learn how to add the bats to the table
   >>> learn how objects communicate with each other.

Chapter 6

Ch.6 - The Rules and Scoring
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> stop the ball bouncing off the left and right walls
   >>> add a scoring system to your game
   >>> finish MyPong.



Two new Games:Bonus Chapter

Bonus Chapter - Two more games
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> see how useful lists are for storing objects in games
   >>> see how to add many bricks at once using a loop
   >>> see how flexible your ball, bat and table classes are
   >>> produce two new games that can be further customised.

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