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Arcade Kit DIY Replacement Parts USB Encoder to PC Joystick and Buttons (Arcade kit)
Description :

Each encoder can support one joystick. Use them to DIY your own Arcade game machine. The Zero Delay USB Arcade Encoder is a fully compatible plug and play solution, simply plug in your joystick and buttons into the encoder, plug the USB cable into the Pi, map your buttons in RetroPi and away you go - it really is that easy! You can use multiple encoders at the same time, so they're great for multiplayer arcade machines!
 
Specifications :

Joystick Size: Approx. 95x60x100mm
Encoder Board Size: Approx. 85x35mm
USB Cable Length: Approx. 1.8m
Colour: Red

We have tested this unit on Raspberry Pi using Retropie and a Windows 7 PC using MAME.
 
Package includes :

1 x Encoder Board
1 x USB Cable
1 x 5 pin Cable for Joystick
1 x 5 Pin Joystick
8 x 30mm Push Buttons
2 x 24mm Push Buttons
13 x Cables for Buttons

Get Retropie on the Raspberry Pi
ModMyPi setup guide
R449.90  Inc VAT
Arcade Kit DIY Replacement Parts USB Encoder to PC Joystick and Buttons ( BLUE) (Arcade kit BLUE)
Description :

Each encoder can support one joystick. Use them to DIY your own Arcade game machine. The Zero Delay USB Arcade Encoder is a fully compatible plug and play solution, simply plug in your joystick and buttons into the encoder, plug the USB cable into the Pi, map your buttons in RetroPi and away you go - it really is that easy! You can use multiple encoders at the same time, so they're great for multiplayer arcade machines!
 
Specifications :

Joystick Size: Approx. 95x60x100mm
Encoder Board Size: Approx. 85x35mm
USB Cable Length: Approx. 1.8m
Colour: Blue

We have tested this unit on Raspberry Pi using Retropie and a Windows 7 PC using MAME.
 
Package includes :

1 x Encoder Board
1 x USB Cable
1 x 5 pin Cable for Joystick
1 x 5 Pin Joystick
8 x 30mm Push Buttons
2 x 24mm Push Buttons
13 x Cables for Buttons

Get Retropie on the Raspberry Pi
ModMyPi setup guide
R449.90  Inc VAT
Colour-coded GPIO Header for Pi Zero (Colour coded header 40 pin)

Description:

Colour-coded GPIO pins that make locating that ground or power connection you need super simple!

These 40-pin 2x20 male headers from our friends at The Pi Hut can be used on a Raspberry Pi Zero and are colour-coded for your prototyping convenience.

You'll never have to search for a ground pin again!

The colour coding is nice and simple:

  • Red = 5V
  • Yellow = 3V3
  • Black = GND
  • Blue = DNC (Reversed I2C)

For hard-mode try installing the header the wrong way round and throwing away your normal pin reference! ;-)

Specifications:

  • Gender: Male
  • No. of Contacts: 20
  • No. of Pins: 20
  • Termination: Straight Pins Solder Tail
  • Size: 2.54mm
  • Row Positions: Double Row



What's in the box:

1 x Colour-coded GPIO Header

R18.90  Inc VAT
Zero Delay Arcade USB Encoder & Wire Set(Lugs joystick) (Arcade lugs controller board)

Please note: cable colours will vary. Pic is for illustration purposes only.

Description:

Looking for a Rasberry Pi compatible encoder for your Arcade Project? The Zero Delay USB Arcade Encoder is what you need! It's a fully compatible plug and play solution, simply plug in your joystick and buttons into the encoder, plug the USB cable into the Pi, map your buttons in RetroPi and away you go - it really is that easy! You can use multiple encoders at the same time, so they're great for multiplayer arcade machines! This set includes all wiring hardware required to connect a 4 lug type joystick and up to 12 buttons (12 x unmapped, 4 x pre-set).

Features

  • "Zero Delay" Lag-Free USB Encoder
  • Plug and Play USB Encoder
  • Fully Compatible with Raspberry Pi (in addition to Windows/XP etc.)
  • Includes Wiring Loom
    • USB to Microcontroller
    • 16 x 2 Pin JST Button Wires 
  • Encoder Inputs
    • 1 x 5 Pin Joystick Input(Cable not supplied in this kit)
    • 1 x 10 Pin Joystick Input
    • 12 x Unmapped Button Inputs
    • 4 x Hardware Preset Button Input
      • AUTO - For autofire
      • TURBO - For rapidfire
      • CLR - Clears AUTO/TURBO
      • MODE - Sets thumb-joystick mode
  • Dimensions: 85mm x 35mm x 10mm
We have tested this unit on Raspberry Pi using Retropie and a Windows 7 PC using MAME.

What's in the box?

1 x High quality encoder board
1 x USB Cable
14 x 4.8mm Wire cables for Happ Style Buttons and joystick


Resources:

Wiring guide(for ribbon type - not this kit)

Get
Retropie on the Raspberry Pi
ModMyPi setup guide
R249.90  Inc VAT
WS Barcode Scanner Module, 1D/2D Codes Reader (WS barcode scanner)
Overview

This is a small 1D/2D codes reader, by using the intelligent image recognition algorithm, it will decode the barcode or 2D code on paper or screen, fast and accurately.

Through the onboard USB and UART interface, it can be directly plugged into a computer, or be easily integrated to kinds of devices due to its small form factor.

Features
  • Easy to use, requires no knowledge of image recognition
  • Decodes various common 1D/2D codes such as Barcode, QR code etc.
  • Onboard micro USB and UART serial port, allows to connect with computers or embedded devices
  • Configurable via scanning 'configuration code'
  • Onboard light source, works in the dark
Specifications
  • Operating voltage: 5V
  • Operating current: 135mA (scanning), 58mA (standby), 2mA (sleep)
  • Operating temperature: 0°C~60°C
  • Operating humidity: 5%~95% (Non-condensing)
  • Communication interface: UART, USB
  • Decodes 1D codes: Codebar, Code 11, Code 39/Code 93, UPC/EAN, Code 128/EAN128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI Code, Industrial 2 of 5, GS1 Databar(RSS)
  • Decodes 2D codes: QR code, Data Matrix, PDF417
  • DOES NOT SUPPORT THE FORMAT FOR SCANNING RSA DRIVER'S LICENSE
  • Light source: white
  • Scan angels: roll 360°, skew ±65°, pitch ±60°
  • Field of view: 28° (horizontal), 21.5° (vertical)
  • Dimension: 53.3mm x 21.4mm
Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Barcode_Scanner_Module

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Cambridge University Press - Black Flag: A Coding Club Mission (book black flag)
Description:

Welcome to Black Flag: A Coding Club Mission

In Marshall Trent’s Reunited Kingdom every citizen of New Edgehill has a neurochip implanted within them that links directly to the Neuralnet.

The Neuralnet sees and records every thought, movement and microscopic detail of every life in New Edgehill. Absolute control!

Cal Jones believes he is no different from everyone else. That is until he saves the life of Sasha and learns that everything that he thought was true is in fact a lie. He discovers an underground group, the Anarchists, living outside of the Neuralnet and harbouring a secret which will change his life forever.


Read the Book

Matt Langley has written a fantastic, imaginative and exciting novel for the Coding Club series. You can even read the first Chapter now: http://codingclub.co.uk/uploaded_pdfs/BlackFlag_sample.pdf

More info at http://codingclub.co.uk/black_flag.php
Join Danni as you train as an Anarchist


This is a Coding Club mission. This means that you can get far more involved in this book than any other you have read before – should you wish to. To register for free, all you need to do is enter an activation code and fill in a short form. Unfortunately we cannot just leave activation codes in plain view. You will have to visit the Black Flag website and think like a true hacker – ignore the visuals and dig into the code!

I will guide you throughout your training as an Anarchist agent. You will solve many of the assignments that Cal, Sasha and I face in our struggle. Do not worry if you are still a novice programmer, there is lots of guidance and hints along the way.

All the preparation that is necessary is that you have worked through Coding Club: Python Basics. Alternatively you should be fine if you have learnt a little Python 3 some other way. You simply need to have a grasp of how to write variables and functions, perform simple maths operations and manipulate strings. You should also know how to save and load files in IDLE.

It is not going to be easy, but trying to save the World never is!

R190.00  Inc VAT
Cambridge University Press - Python: Interactive Adventures supplement 2 (book Python Interactive Adventures)
Description:

This is the Python: Interactive Adventures home page. Answers and full source code are found in the resources page.

Python: Interactive Adventures is the latest book to be added to the series and provides more material at level 2 for programmers at this level. It is written as an alternative and extension to Python: Next Steps. The material introduced at this level is very powerful and enables young programmers to produce a whole variety of exciting Apps but many students will want to consolidate by studying both level 2 books before moving on. While both books introduce tuples, lists and dictionaries Next Steps also delves into building and designing sophisticated GUIs. Interactive Adventures, on the other hand, explores how to go about breaking longer programs into manageable tasks which are easier to approach or share among a group of friends.

In the first part of this book you write a card trick script, create a small e-book reader and an app to help you encrypt and and decode messages. The big project involves building an interactive story based app that you can then customise with your own images, story and puzzles. The bonus app provides a short interactive mystery story, with a heap of special effects you can explore and add to your own apps.

Chapter 1

Ch.1 - Data types
In this Chapter you will:

   >>> learn about data types
   >>> learn about tuples, lists and dictionaries
   >>> make a 'magic' card trick app
.

PythonInteractiveAdventures-Ch1.pdf

Chapter 2

Ch.2 - The Caesar machine
In this Chapter you will learn how to:

   >>> do modulus addition
   >>> manipulate strings
   >>> use for loops
   >>> develop a simple algorithm
   >>> turn an algorithm into Python code.

Chapter 3

Ch.3 - A simple ebook reader
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> learn more about loops
   >>> learn more about tkinter widgets
   >>> learn how to import text files into your applications
   >>> build a simple GUI to control your ebook reader.

Chapter 4

Ch.4 - An old-school adventure
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> make your own infinite loop
   >>> learn more about dictionaries, lists and tuples
   >>> create a simple map for an adventure story
   >>> learn how to make a simple text-based menu.

Chapter 5

Ch.5 - Writing a story
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> learn even more about dictionaries, lists and tuples
   >>> consider how to program an interactive adventure
   >>> add a story to your game
   >>> create a map for an adventure story.

Chapter 6

Ch.6 - An adventure game console
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> build a GUI for your game
   >>> learn more about arranging tkinter widgets in frames.

Chapter 7

Ch 7 - A mysterious mystery
In this Chapter you are going to:

   >>> add the story to the GUI
   >>> think about how to divide up tasks.


R149.90  Inc VAT
Avoidance tracking Smart Robot Car Chassis Kit Speed Encoder Battery Box 2WD Ultrasonic module For Arduino kit (Aduino robot car)
Please Note: Some drilling will be required. You might need to add a few standoffs and screws to build it the way you want it.
Description:

This complete robot car kit includes the arduino as well. Just add batteries and code. Great for beginners to learn how to code using sensors and motion on the Arduino boards

Pdf manual available at http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~sedwards/presentations/robot-car-instructions.pdf 
Get more details at https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/hda-robotics/project-1-2wd-obstacle-avoiding-robot-390ef8

Package Includes: 
  • Car chassis x 1 
  • Car Wheels x 2 
  • DC Gear Motor x 2 
  • 20 line gun code disk x 2 
  • Fasteners (high intensity black acrylic) x 4 
  • Caster x 1 
  • Four battery box x 1 
  • Quality Rocker Switch x 1 
  • Assembly drawing x 1
  • Several screws and nuts
  • V5 shield x 1
  • UNO R3 x 1
  • SG90 x 1
  • FPV x 1
  • L298N x 1
R599.90  Inc VAT
Code Club Book of Scratch - Volume 1 (book code club scratch V1)
Description:



The first ever Code Club book is here! With it, you'll learn how to code using Scratch, the block-based programming language. In each chapter you’ll find instructions to build cool games, animations, and interactive stories. Your friendly robot guide will aid you step-by-step through each project and give you handy tips along the way.

• Learn to code using Scratch, the block-based language
• Follow step-by-step guides to create games and animations
• Use the magic glasses to reveal secret hints
• The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat 
• Includes 24 exclusive Code Club stickers!


R139.90  Inc VAT
Code the Classics - Volume 1 (code the classics)
Description:

This stunning 224-page hardback book not only tells the stories of some of the seminal video games of the 1970s and 1980s, but shows you how to create your own games inspired by them using Python and Pygame Zero, following examples programmed by Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton.

In the first of two volumes, we remake five classic video games – ranging from Pong to Sensible Soccer, each represents a different genre. We interview the games’ original creators and learn from their example, as well as utilise the art and audio engineering skills of two of the 1980s’ most prolific games developers for our recreated versions of the games.

  • Get game design tips and tricks from the masters
  • Explore the code listings and find out how they work
  • Download and play game examples by Eben Upton
  • Learn how to code your own games with Pygame Zero
  • Read interviews with expert graphics and audio creators 
R229.90  Inc VAT
R229.90
Build Your Own First-Person Shooter in Unity (First person shooter book)
Description:

Ever fancied creating your own first-person shooter game? Now you can with this 140-page bookazine, brought to you by the Wireframe magazine team with tips from expert video game developers!

Making a fast-paced 3D action game needn’t be as daunting as it sounds. Build Your Own First-Person Shooter in Unity will take you step-by-step through the process of making Zombie Panic: a frenetic battle for survival inside a castle heaving with the undead.

Specifications:

  • Set up and use the free software you’ll need
  • Make enemies that follow and attack the player
  • Create and texture 3D character models
  • Extend your game further, with tips from experts
  • Design a level with locked doors and keys

What's in the box?:

1 x 140-page bookazine

Resources:

R199.90  Inc VAT
IQaudio Codec Zero (IQaudio Codec Zero)
Description:

Codec Zero is a Raspberry Pi Zero sized board but it also includes the HAT EEPROM allowing for auto configuration of the Linux environment if needed. The Codec Zero delivers bi directional digital audio signals ( between the Raspberry Pi and onboard Dialog Semiconductor DA7212. Supporting a range of input and output devices from built in MEMS microphone, mono Electret microphone or mono speaker (1.2W 8Ω). It also has GREEN GPIO23 and RED GPIO24 LEDs, that can be used for status and a tactile button GPIO27 that can be used to start an event. The Codec Zero makes a great starting point for a walkie talkie intelligent doorbell, vintage radio hack or Smart type speaker.

Specifications:




P1 and P2 will support external PHONO RCA sockets if needed. P1: AUX IN, P2: AUX OUT.
Pin 1 is square:

R389.90  Inc VAT
Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico (book micropython pico)
What is MicroPython?

MicroPython is a full implementation of the Python 3 programming language that runs directly on embedded hardware like Raspberry Pi Pico. You get an interactive prompt (the REPL) to execute commands immediately via USB Serial, and a built-in filesystem. The Pico port of MicroPython includes modules for accessing low-level chip-specific hardware.

What is Raspberry Pi Pico?
Raspberry Pi Pico, a microcontroller board built on silicon designed here at Raspberry Pi.




Your official guide

Microcontrollers, like RP2040 at the heart of Raspberry PiPico, are computers stripped back to their bare essentials. You don’t use monitors or keyboards, but program them to take their input from, and send their output to the input/output pins. Using these programmable connections, you can light lights, make noises, send text to screens, and much more. In Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico, you will learn how to use the beginner-friendly language MicroPython to write programs and connect up hardware to make your Raspberry Pi Pico interact with the world around it. Using these skills, you can create your own electro‑mechanical projects, whether for fun or to make your life easier.

Contents of the Raspberry Pi Pico book:

Chapter 1: Get to know your Raspberry Pi Pico
Get fully acquainted with your powerful new microcontroller and learn how to attach pin headers and install MicroPython to program it

Chapter 2: Programming with MicroPython
Connect a computer and start writing programs for your Raspberry Pi Pico using the MicroPython language

Chapter 3: Physical computing
Learn about your Raspberry Pi Pico’s pins and the electronic components you can connect and control

Chapter 4: Physical computing with Raspberry Pi Pico
Start connecting basic electronic components to your Raspberry Pi Pico and writing programs to control and sense them

Chapter 5: Traffic light controller
Create your own mini pedestrian crossing system using multiple LEDs and a push-button

Chapter 6: Reaction game
Build a simple reaction timing game using an LED and push-buttons, for one or two players

Chapter 7: Burglar alarm
Use a motion sensor to detect intruders and sound the alarm with a flashing light and siren

Chapter 8: Temperature gauge
Use your Raspberry Pi Pico’s built-in ADC to convert analogue inputs, and read its internal temperature sensor

Chapter 9: Data logger
Turn Raspberry Pi Pico into a temperature data-logging device and untether it from the computer to make it fully portable

Chapter 10: Digital communication protocols: I2C and SPI
Explore these two popular communication protocols and use them to display data on an LCD

 

R184.90  Inc VAT
R199.90
Raspberry Pi Official Colour Code T Shirt Adult Size Small (colour code shirt S)
Description:

Be the coolest cat in class with this eye-catching official Raspberry Pi t-shirt, showcasing components, circuitry and other crafty coding goodies.

Features a stylish, high quality print in shades of red, on a super soft heather grey cotton t-shirt.

Adult Size Small
R229.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Official Colour Code T Shirt Adult Size Medium (colour code shirt M)
Description:

Be the coolest cat in class with this eye-catching official Raspberry Pi t-shirt, showcasing components, circuitry and other crafty coding goodies.

Features a stylish, high quality print in shades of red, on a super soft heather grey cotton t-shirt.

Adult Size Medium
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Raspberry Pi Official Colour Code T Shirt Adult Size Large (colour code shirt L)
Description:

Be the coolest cat in class with this eye-catching official Raspberry Pi t-shirt, showcasing components, circuitry and other crafty coding goodies.

Features a stylish, high quality print in shades of red, on a super soft heather grey cotton t-shirt.

Adult Size Large
R229.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Official Colour Code T Shirt Adult Size XL (colour code shirt XL)
Description:

Be the coolest cat in class with this eye-catching official Raspberry Pi t-shirt, showcasing components, circuitry and other crafty coding goodies.

Features a stylish, high quality print in shades of red, on a super soft heather grey cotton t-shirt.

Adult Size XL
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Raspberry Pi Official Colour Code T Shirt Adult Size XXL (colour code shirt XXL)
Description:

Be the coolest cat in class with this eye-catching official Raspberry Pi t-shirt, showcasing components, circuitry and other crafty coding goodies.

Features a stylish, high quality print in shades of red, on a super soft heather grey cotton t-shirt.

Adult Size XXL
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Grove All In One Beginner Kit for Arduino (Grove Kit for Arduino)

Description:


Note:
 
This kit comes with the Seeeduino -Lotus, Arduino UNO compatible board.

Note: The All In One Beginner Kit is now compatible with Scratch 3.0 graphical programming and there are 16 FREE lessons :) Check it out.




Here is a Video on getting Started :

YouTube : Easy way to start with Arduino



Learning new things is always difficult, and it's the same for Arduino beginners.  You need to learn hardware knowledge, programming code, need to know connection methods of various complex interfaces, and even need to master welding skills. Tons of things are needed before you actually start learning Arduino programming. Well, we feel your pain, so we carry the Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino® from SeeedStudio, it is one of the simplest ways to get started with Arduino.



Unlike most kits, the Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino is an all-in-one kit, no breadboard, no soldering, even no wiring is needed. The kit cuts all those muss and fuss, aiming to give you the best experience, you only need to focus on coding and Arduino Learning. The kit is powered by one Arduino compatible Board (Seeeduino Lotus) together with 10 additional Grove Arduino sensors all in one piece of the board. 



All the modules have been connected to the Seeeduino(Microcontroller) through the PCB stamp holes so no Grove cables are needed to connect. This is perfect for educational fields where frustrating wiring and soldering is no longer needed.



Of course, you can also take the modules out and use Grove cables to connect the modules. You can build any Arduino project you like with this Grove Beginner Kit For Arduino®.





What is Grove?

Grove makes it easier to connect, experiment, and simplify the prototyping process. No jumpers or soldering required. We have developed more than 300 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs. Not only are these open hardware, but also have open-source software.

Note: SeeedStudio also prepared example code and software libraries to help you running 12 different demos in just a few lines of code. Check this Wiki to get started now!

Features:

  • Arduino UNO compatible board(ATmega320p based Seeeduino Lotus)  10 most commonly used Arduino modules
  • All modules are pre-wired, no breadboard and jumper cables required
  • 74 pages PDF wiki 12 step by step project tutorials
  • Super friendly to beginner and STEAM education
  • Compatible with over 300 Grove modules

Hardware Overview :


What's in the box?

  • Included in Kit:
    • Grove Beginner Kit For Arduino Board x 1
    • Micro USB Cable x 1
    • Grove Cables x 6
  • Included on the board:
    • Grove - LED x 1
    • Grove - Buzzer x 1
    • Grove - OLED Display 0.96" x 1
    • Grove - Button x 1
    • Grove - Rotary Potentiometer x 1
    • Grove - Light x 1
    • Grove - Sound x 1
    • Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor x 1
    • Grove - Air Pressure Sensor x 1
    • Grove - 3-Axis Accelerator x 1
    • Seeeduino Lotus x 1

Resources:


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