Category Archives: RaspberryPi

This is the section with my Raspberry Pi experiments.

#RaspberryPi #AIY Project with #ModMyPi case

The AIY project from Google or Create a voice kit with your Raspberry Pi is a wonderful gift from Google. I got it last year after a long preorder wait from ModMyPi. The kit is nice comes with a do it yourself cardboard case, that is nice but obviously not to be used as a… Read More »

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#RaspberryPi cluster with #ModMyPi case

The world smallest cluster has a new sleek case from ModMyPi the ModMyPi Cluster HAT Case The cluster is made of a Cluster HAT that creates the smallest cluster: 1 Raspberry Pi and 4 Raspberry Pi Zero for a total of 8 cores and 3GB of RAM. The case comes in a plain box: All… Read More »

#RaspberryPI as portable #NetFlix media player

Running NetFlix on a Raspberry Pi is a fantastic way to carry your Netflix account with you in a light mode way without relying on a laptop or entering your credentials on unknown insecure terminals. You need: – a Raspberry PI – preferably with head radiators or better already equipped with a with a fan.… Read More »

#RaspberryPi python games for #Pimoroni Unicorn HAT HD

There are some nice demos that come with Pimoroni Unicorn HAT HD library but if you want something more fun you can have interactive applications. How about GAMES ? I stumbled over a thread Unicorn HAT Demo Ideas where someone was asking foe ideas of demos for the standard Unicorn HAT. Two of the best… Read More »

#RaspberryPi with #Pimoroni Unicorn HAT HD

This pumped up Pimoroni Unicorn HAT HD is an incredible toy. The content of the kit looks like the following: – a 256 RGB LED pixels in a 16×16 matrix. Pixels driven by ARM STM32F and three STP16CPC26 LED drivers – Bundled ninja diffuser – Nuts(4) and bolts (8 + 3 spares) I was able… Read More »

#RaspberryPi toys from #Pimoroni

Because this month is my Birthday like a true big kid I brought some toys. What better place to buy shiny and sparkling new toys can you find compared to Pimoroni ? The service was very fast and I really liked the presentation: So what is the content of the box and the reason for… Read More »