Pico Cluster

Developer Builds Cluster with 9 Raspberry Pi Pico Boards

Contemplating that the Raspberry Pi Pico and the RP2040 chip that powers it are speculated to be the microcontroller, it is stunning how a lot computing energy the builders have been in a position to extract from them. The RP2040 chip, which runs at 133 MHz and comes with 256K SRAM, has been used for the whole lot from a handheld recreation console. (opens in new tab) to an online server and facility monitoring system. And naturally you’ll be able to play Doom on it.

Now, UK-based Developer Derek Woodroffe, who runs a web site and Twitter account, Extreme Electronics (opens in new tab)developed a option to mix 9 totally different Raspberry Pi Picos right into a distributed computing cluster. He posted a video of the cluster on Twitter performing a Mandelbrot computation and outputting it as a fractal picture to a 240 x 320 show (an ili9341) utilizing an I2C connection.

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