These tutorials are designed to get you up and running with REMCU Lib in no time.
- Raspberry & STM32F103 Video Tutorial - A video tutorial on how to use the REMCU Lib on a Raspberry Pi embedded computer. As you know, Raspberry Pi doesn't have native ADC, DAC, CAN Bus controller and other low-level peripherals found in most modern microcontrollers(MCU), such as STM32, Arduino Due, Teensy dev board... So Let's fix it! Without using regular I2C and SPI modules like MCP3008, MCP2515 and others MCPXXXX modules.
The video shows how to easily expand hardware of a Raspberry Pi board using one dollar STM32 microcontroller and some wires. User space C++ applications and Python scripts ran on the Raspberry will gain access to internal STM32F103 peripheral modules like DAC, ADC, GPIO and others as if these peripherals were a part of Raspberry chip without having to develop a microcontroller firmware and kernel drivers.
For your convenience, we prepared a Raspbian (the "Stretch" version) image. Download >
- STM32F4Discovery Windows Tutorial - A video tutorial on how to use the REMCU Lib on Windows OS. It demonstrates how to build and run C++ examples. There is running a GUI app that communicates with on-board MEMS accelerometer (STM32F4Discovery board) and builds acceleration graph, as well as a CAN Bus sniffer application and also conducting amazing experiments with STM32F407 hardware using Python and Jupyter Notebook.
- STM32F4Discovery Tutorial for Unix-like OS (MacOS, Linux) - A video tutorial on how to use the REMCU Lib on Unix-like OS (MacOS/Linux). It shows building and running app that captures and plots acceleration of on-board MEMS sensor (STM32F4Discovery board) and also conducting amazing experiments with STM32F407 hardware using a C++ interpreter and Jupyter Notebook. The tutorial is based on MacOS, for Ubuntu and other Linux OS there is the same sequence of actions.