When you are confronted with PCs, laptops and cell phones all day long, you tend to forget that there are other technologies that are also constantly getting stronger and easier to use.
This of course means the good Arduino/ARM based mini computers, which often only find their application in the hobby area.
As advocates of solutions that can serve a wide variety of platforms, we also often have to answer the question of whether this can also be used on a Raspberry Pi? And the answer is usually: Sure.
Back in 2020, Minerva and its partners built a prototype for a box designed to help caregivers communicate. Here, the software was exactly the same as on the cell phone and transferred almost without problems to a Raspberry Pi with touch display.
As a further prototype, the Poly-POS was tested in 2023 as a presentation system for sales rooms or applications in the catering industry. Here, too, a Raspberry Pi was used. Simply connect to a display – done.