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2015

I am looking to start a kit, I need so far, LEDS, Input audio, power supply, the actual motherboard, the OS to program things. I need to program the leds to blink for certain things, and i need the audio in to record speech to text. Am i missing any components?  So far it is, The pi2/os/audiocard, i am not quite sure what to use for the leds. I dont know where to buy the power supply.

Hello everyone. This is my first post. I hope it is in the correct section.

 

I would like to use a Raspberry Pi 2 at work to provide a rear view camera display and turn signals to a golf cart that we use to transport various electronic components across our high school campus. The reason this cart needs these items is that it isn't a normal open back golf cart. It has a storage box on the back that you can't see around. The doors to the cab are suicide doors and you can't stick your arm out the thin window slot to signal your turn. We have to take this cart on the road for brief periods of time and I though using a Pi to have the rear view cam and give us some turn signals would make it a lot safer for our use. I'm assuming this can be done, I just wanted to reach out for opinions on the best way to accomplish this. Thank you for any and all posts/suggestions!

I am looking to create a project for class. I am thinking about installing the audio card and an LED, or two. My goal is for it to read input, and convert the input to mores code. I just wanted to see if this was possible with the hardware specs, and the programming language given to us by raspberry pi. so "Hello" would go into ".... . .-.. .-.. ---" I will either choose to make it one LED with time delay to seperate the dot and dash, or i would like to create two led's one designated to dot and one to dash, it might be easier to read that way?

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