Micro-Manager device adapters for the Raspberry Pi
RPi-DeviceAdapters is a tool for controlling microscope hardware with the Raspberry Pi. It provides a common software interface to different types of peripherals through Micro-Manager, an open source software package widely used in microscopy.
RPi-DeviceAdapters contains the following tools:
- DeviceAdapters Ready-made Micro-Manager device adapters for various hardware peripherals
- build A Docker image for cross-compiling Micro-Manager for the Raspberry Pi's ARM processors on a x86 laptop or workstation
- app A Docker image for running the Micro-Manager Python wrapper on the Raspberry Pi and that can be easily downloaded onto any Pi that has Docker installed on it
- tacpho.adapters A Python package for easily working with the project's Docker images on the Raspberry Pi
In addition, compiled device adapter libraries may be found in the releases page.
On a Raspberry Pi that has Docker already
installed , create a file named
script.py that contains the
import MMCorePy mmc = MMCorePy.CMMCore() print(mmc.getVersionInfo())
Run the following commands from a terminal window from the same Pi:
$ pip3 install tacpho.adapters $ mm.py pull $ mm.py run script.py
mm.py pull may take several minutes to download the
application on the first use.
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