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The MagPi app on the iPad

If you haven't heard of the MagPI its a magazine for the raspberry Pi, i wasn't expecting much here to be honest I thought...

Using the TLC1543 with a Raspberry Pi

The TLV1543C, TLV1543I, and TLV1543M are CMOS 10-bit, switched-capacitor, successive-approximation, analog-to-digital converters. These devices have three inputs and a 3-state output that provide...

Raspberry Pi and TSL2561 luminosity sensor

This TSL2561 is an I2C light-to-digital converter TSL2561 that transforms light intensity to a digital signal. The TSL2561 features a selectable light spectrum range...

Display simple flag images on a Sense hat

You can create simple images by setting individual pixels on the 8x8 led matrix to different colors. In these examples we create some basic...

Sense hat text examples

These were just some text examples for the Sense hat from sense_hat import SenseHat from time import sleep sense = SenseHat() green = sense.show_message("Hello!", text_colour=green) from sense_hat import SenseHat sense...

Sense hat environmental sensor examples

These are a few examples for the Sense Hat using the environmental sensors to get temperature, pressure and humidity from sense_hat import SenseHat sense = SenseHat() while...

A look at the unicorn pHat

The unicorn pHat is a hat which althoough designed for the Pi Zero also works on other Raspberry Pi's and has 32 RGB LEDs....

Raspberry Pi and a PCF8591 example

The PCF8591 is a single-chip, single‑supply low‑power 8‑bit CMOS data acquisition device with four analog inputs, one analog output and a serial I²C‑bus interface....

Samba Setup

How to install and setup Samba on the Raspberry Pi Here we detail how to setup network file sharing using Samba on your Raspberry Pi...

A look at the Scroll pHAT

The Scroll pHAT provides a matrix of 55 white LED pixels that is ideal for writing messages, showing graphs, and drawing pictures. Use it...