I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB model) and an I2C OLED display module. In this article, I will share how to implement a C/C++ barcode reader project on Raspberry Pi 4 from scratch.Read more
LEGO Wedo 2.0 is a good start for learning robotics. I created a simple GUI app controlling the LEGO motor using Python. In this article, I will share my experience in how to select the development environment and how to build the Python app.
If you want to use Raspberry Pi as an economical way of detecting barcodes, you can take account for Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK. As a business software, Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK is designed for overcoming a variety of complicated scenarios with sophisticated algorithms and heavy computations. Although the SDK is flexible for customizing algorithm parameters, subject to the low-frequency CPU of Raspberry Pi, the tradeoff between recognition accuracy and detection speed is still a big challenge. In this article, I will use Socket client-server model as a substitute solution. Thanks to Sabjorn’s NumpySocket module.
Dynamsoft finally released Barcode Reader SDK v5.2 for Raspberry Pi. It is time to make an update. In this post, I will show you how to install the SDK, as well as how to write a simple Raspberry Pi barcode app using C/C++ and Python.
For the past week, I was looking for a live streaming solution to broadcast video from a USB webcam that connects to Raspberry Pi. This post will help you set up a live streaming server on Raspberry Pi step by step.
Raspbian is a free operating system based on Debian. It is the recommended operating system for Raspberry Pi. If you do not have a Raspberry Pi, you can experience Raspbian by running the OS image in the emulator – QEMU. In this article, I want to share how to resize the Raspbian image on Windows.
Previously, I wrote an article Raspberry Pi Barcode Scanner with Webcam and Python illustrating how to build a simple barcode scanner using Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK and OpenCV from scratch. The method decodeFile() was used for detecting barcodes from an image file. To use the API, you have to write image buffer that obtained by OpenCV API to a file beforehand. Because the I/O operation takes too much time, this API is not suitable for real-time barcode detection from webcam video stream. Considering this scenario, I have added a new Python API decodeBuffer(). In this article, I will illustrate how to create and use the new API.
For the past few months, I have been learning Raspberry Pi. In this post, I will collect all relevant resources together in order to help readers build barcode applications on Raspberry Pi with Dynamsoft Barcode SDK.