The Raspberry Pi, a full-fledged credit-card size computer, is one of the most popular single board "mini computers" today. It was created by a charity group with a goal of stimulating basic computer science education in schools. Because of its low price and video capabilities a huge community has formed around this device.
This BYU-UUG presentation will be presented by Logan Gunnell and Hayden Panike. The presentation will cover a brief overview of setting up a Raspberry Pi and will highlight several cool projects and demonstrations of the versatility of the device. Group members who have already done their own projects are encouraged to bring them to show off.