Credit-card sized, low-cost, single-board computer with audio and video input/output, designed for teaching
You can design and run Simulink® models as standalone applications on a Raspberry Pi™—a tiny, low-cost, single-board computer with audio and video input/output designed for teaching. The Raspberry Pi features a Broadcom® system-on-a-chip which includes an ARM®11 processor running at 700 MHz, 256 or 512 MB RAM, and a VideoCore IV GPU. Raspberry Pi provides peripheral connectivity for stereo audio and digital video (1080p) and supports USB and Ethernet.
When connected to MATLAB and Simulink products, Raspberry Pi also can help students understand concepts and workflows for designing an embedded system, without using hand programming. Students can use Simulink to create algorithms for audio processing, computer vision, and robotics applications. They can apply industry-proven techniques for Model-Based Design to verify that their algorithms work during simulation. They can then implement the algorithms as standalone applications on Raspberry Pi.
Simulink built-in support for Raspberry Pi includes:
Available on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows only
Supported in Student Version.
Support Package Installer installs this support package and all required third-party software. To start the installer, go to the MATLAB toolstrip and click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages. For more information, read the documentation.
Note: Raspberry Pi Model A is not currently supported
All required third-party software is installed by the Support Package Installer.
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