The JoyPi is an experimental case based on the Raspberry Pi and is ideal for getting started with electrical engineering and programming. The sophisticated case system offers a perfect all-in-one environment and puts an end to many fiddly small parts solutions and cable chaos on the workbench.
The JoyPi is also very suitable for school projects, because it can be turned off, shut down and closed at the end of the lesson, and then continue to work on the project in the next one. Another advantage of the suitcase is the great mobility and compactness. As a result, you can take it everywhere, without much effort and explore the universe of the Raspberry Pi together with friends.
The JoyPi has a large number of sensors and modules which, thanks to the very detailed application examples, can be operated independently of your own previous knowledge. Thanks to the prepared image, the JoyPi is immediately ready for use after you have connected the power supply. With the in the lid integrated 7 inch touch display, you can operate the Raspberry Pi and display directly the evaluations of the integrated sensors. With the integrated breadboard further external sensors and modules or self-constructed circuits can be connected and used.
Once you have learned how these sensors and modules work, there are almost unlimited possibilities to extend the sample programs and combine the individual components in your own programs. For example, you can combine the LEDs with the motion sensor and the light sensor to turn on the LEDs when motion is detected in the dark. Or you can use the keys to influence the pitch of the buzzer and build a kind of small piano. There are no limits to your imagination. And if you do not want to experiment with the case, you can also use it as a small laptop and connect a keyboard and mouse to the Raspberry Pi via USB or BT. For this purpose, a small keyboard is included in the delivery, which is controlled via BT and has also implemented a touchpad to control the mouse.
Raspberry Pi is NOT included.