DevFest is the biggest Google tech conference in Switzerland. All about machine learning, programming, emerging technologies and much more!  GDG DevFests are large, community-run developer events happening around the globe focused on community building and learning about Google’s technologies.

This year i will be helping and organizing some of the side activities between the talk session. And i prepared a lot of stuff, enough for 11 screens!

Not everything is on pictures, NES and SNES classic are missing for example.

Screen Google Related Flyer Require Links
1 Google Chrome OS 1 HDMI / Wifi / keyboard / mouse Rapberry Pi 3
2 Google Chrome OS 2 HDMI / Wifi / keyboard / mouse Rapberry Pi 3
  Google Android Thing 1 Wifi Rapberry Pi 3 + Tensorflow Sample
  Google Android Thing 2 Wifi Rapberry Pi 3 
3 Google Coder Wifi Rapsberry Pi 1 + Make web stuff on PI
4 Google Chromecast   HDMI + Wifi  
  Google Home Speaker   Wifi  
Electronic DIY
  Rapsberry Pi 1 + Pi Face Digital   Wifi / Switch for SSH  
  Rapsberry Pi 1 + Gertboard   Wifi / Switch for SSH  
  Raspberry Pi 2 + PI Sense Hat

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 Wifi / Switch for SSH  
  • Gyroscope
  • Accelerometer
  • Magnetometer
  • Temperature
  • Barometric pressure
  • Humidity
Fun
6 Nintendo Wii U 1 + 4 Pad + Mario Kart 8   HDMI  
7 Nintendo Wii U 2 + 2 Controller+ Mario Bros u   HDMI  
8 SNK Neo Geo X + Games + 2 pad   HDMI  
9 Nintendo NES mini classic + 2 pad + 21 games   HDMI  
10 Nintendo SNES mini classic + 2 pad + 21 games   HDMI  
11 Sega Megadrive Streefighter / Sonic + 2 pad   RCA  
  2 Gameboy Classic   N/A  
  3 Gameboy Advance SP   N/A  
  Nintendo DS Lite   N/A  
  1 Gameboy Advance   N/A  
  Chess Game   N/A  
  Rubik's Cube + Mindcuber   N/A  
  Powerball   N/A  

 

Get your ticket now https://devfest.ch/ 

BTW, I was also there last year in 2016, watch the gallery and also the interesting talks

 

Rapsberry Pi Gertboard

Named after its designer, Gert van Loo, the Gertboard is an IO expansion board for the Raspberry Pi with a lot of flexibility.

Plug the Gertboard into the GPIO header on your Raspberry Pi and you’re ready to start detecting and responding to events in the real world. Jumper wires (called “straps”) and pin jumpers are used to reconfigure the board in any number of ways. Whether you need to detect button presses or analog voltages, control motors or relays, the Gertboard is the ultimate tool for exploring the Raspberry Pi’s full I/O potential!

Features:

  • Plugs directly onto Raspberry Pi GPIO socket
  • Motor controller, capable controlling a motor bi-directionally, delivering 18V and 2A maximum
  • Dual-channel D-to-A converter, 8-bit
  • Dual-channel A-to-D converter, 10-bit
  • Onboard Atmel ATmega328 MCU for running off-board programs which are written, compiled and uploaded to Gertboard from Raspberry Pi
  • 6 x open collector outputs
  • 12 x LED indicators
  • 3 x momentary push switches
  • 10 x strap cables included
  • 18 x jumpers included

 

 

 

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