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Dear friends welcome to another Raspberry Pi tutorial! This is Nick from educ8s.tv and today I am going to show you how to connect to your Raspberry Pi remotely using Remote Desktop on Windows. Let’s start! If you want to make some serious work on the Raspberry Pi, like writing code, or even a simple

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Hi there, in recent videos I tried to measure battery capacity at low discharge current like for this battery here, which turned out to be rather complicated and required some way to record current and then integrate over time. USB monitors that have this function built-in can introduce huge errors because they take their own

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[VIDEO GAME SOUNDS] CARMELO: It’s me, Carmelo. Video games are fun to play but have you ever wanted to make one yourself? How can I make a character run and jump on the screen, just by pressing some keys? Just like websites or the apps on your phone, video games are just computer programs. We

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So, this seems really brain-dead. And before we go further on this, we should do a sanity check of whether this is actually practical. For a human, it certainly wouldn’t be. If the dates are a few years apart, you wouldn’t want to count every day. But what about a computer? So the question is

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Hey, so I’m back with the fourth Ask Preethi series today and today’s question is a very, again, a very common one. This person is asking what language should I start with? Should I start with–and also should I start with the front-end, back-end, machine learning, data science? I have no idea what language or

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In the path planning class, we specified paths as a sequence of points in a 2D grid just like this over here. For the smoothing purposes, we will call each point xi. This is a sequence that goes from x0 to xn-1, and each of the x’s is really a 2-dimensional coordinate, but that should

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