How to use openFrameworks on the RaspberryPi – Tutorial

Raspberry Pi is a very exciting, low-cost computer aimed at the educational market. With a starting price around $25, a very small form factor and exceptional multimedia capabilities, it is very attractive for creative computing projects. openFrameworks already runs on a multitude of platforms and the Raspberry Pi is one of the latest of these.

In March 2013 we held a workshop at the Resonate 2013 festival where participants had a look at how to set up a comfortable work environment, the particulars of running openFrameworks on the Raspberry Pi and went through some examples that play to the strengths of the Raspberry Pi.

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