Keena and I are still working on this project, we are learning a lot but Its giving us a headache because we uploaded the image which is called Raspian on to the SD card hoping that something will come on the monitor. But again its just not compatible. Keena and I have been looking up solutions to make the monitor come to life with the program but nothing seems to be working right now.
After discussing our issues with Dr. Hatley and running a test she also agreed that the RPZero was broken. She now gave us a Raspberry Pi 3, which actually looked a lot better. It came with its own casing and had multiple USB ports, a 32 GB SD card and a set of instructions.
We now have a SD Card, we decided to go on you tube to learn how to put the program on the card and how to turn on the Raspberry Pi. Everything was moving fluently but the screen on the monitor was still black. We started comparing our steps to the video and realized there wasn’t a flickering light on the Raspberry Pi, we began to wonder is it the power source or was it the object itself. We changed power outlets and there was still no light. We came to the conclusion it was broken and planned on telling Dr. Hatley about our issues the following day.