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You can operate your RPI via your computer’s Remote Desktop Connection app. You will need some access to your RPIs HDMI cable for a short time however, or access to it via SSH while setting up. And will obviously need to have network connection or WiFi connection. Step 1 - Get IP address of RPI Open Terminal and execute the following command: hostname -I (...


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If you haven't yet connected your pi to wifi, follow this guide first. If you are on Windows, then you will need to install an ssh client such as PuTTY. If you are on MacOS or Linux, simply open a terminal and use the ssh command. (ssh pi@raspberrypi). By default, raspberry pis flashed with raspbian have the hostname raspberrypi, user pi, and password ...


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Another alternative are robots based on the Raspberry Pi or Arduino microcontrollers. The Pi4J library implements convenient API's for accessing Raspberry Pi I/O's, while the JArduino distribution enables controlling Arduino boards from Java over a serial or Bluetooth connection. You can search for "arduino robot kit" or "raspberry pi robot ...


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Have you taken a look at LeJOS? It's a port of the Java VM and SDK to the various Lego MINDSTORMS robot kits. The Lego kits themselves are quite capable as hobbyist robotics kits go, I bought the NXT version years ago and had a lot of fun with it. The newest EV3 kit has a powerful ARM CPU and an SD card reader for loading software, it looks like a good ...


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