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This is another demo program for the SnowPi written by Jarle Tiegland. A video tweet can be found at @jarjargeek's vine. from gpiozero import LEDBoard from gpiozero import LED from time import sleep nose = LED(25) rEye = LED(24) lEye = LED(23) tummy = LEDBoard(7,8,9,17,18,22) while True: tummy.blink(1,0.5,5) sleep(0.5) nose.on() sleep(1) nose.off() sleep(1) rEye.on() sleep(0.5) rEye.off() sleep(0.5) lEye.on() sleep(0.5) lEye.off() sleep(0.5) tummy.blink(0.3,0.2,5) sleep(0.5) rEye.on() sleep(0.2) rEye.off() sleep(0.2) lEye.on() sleep(0.2) rEye.on() sleep(0.2) rEye.off() sleep(0.2) lEye.on()...

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An Advent Calendar Program By Carl Monk. # by Carl Monk (@ForToffee) # github.com/fortoffee from time import sleep from datetime import datetime from gpiozero import LED, LEDBoard board = LEDBoard(9, 22, 8, 18, 7, 17, 23, 24, 25) def setDay(day): board.off() sleep(0.25) sixDayCount = int((day - 1) / 6) for i in range(0, sixDayCount + 1): if i > 0: if i < 4: board.leds[i + 5].on() for x in range(0, 6): board.leds[x].off() else:...

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This is another demo program for the SnowPi written by Tony Goodhew. A video tweet can be found at |@MrTomsWorld twitter. #!/usr/bin/python # Tony Goodhew 19 November 2015 # Uses SnowPi and switch with 10K Ohm pull up on GPIO #16 # PWM brightness control of nose # Import required libraries import RPi.GPIO as GPIO import time import random random.seed() # Tell GPIO library to use GPIO references GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BCM) sw = 16 GPIO.setup(sw,GPIO.IN) LEDs...

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The following code will blink each LED one at a time. GPIO Zero Setup Instructions can be found here You can run this code by putting it into a python file and then running it with python. #SnowPi Test Code import random import time from gpiozero import LED #Setup all the LEDs led7 = LED(7) led8 = LED(8) led9 = LED(9) led17 = LED(17) led18 = LED(18) led22 = LED(22) led23 =...

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In this guide we will go through all of the steps to solder up your new SnowPi. Checking the components First begin by checking that you have all of your components. You should have: 1 X Snow Pi PCB 1 X 5MM Diffused Orange LED 1 X 330 Ohm Resistor Array 1 X Right Angle 26 Way GPIO header 2 X 5MM Clear Blue LED...

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To begin please make sure you have the latest version of GPIO Zero Installed. You can follow our guide on installation @ GPIO Zero Install. Getting SnowPi working is actually very simple and is done in minutes after setting up GPIO Zero using the guide above. First we need to check the numbers of the GPIO Pins we need to use. We'll begin by blinking the...

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Here you will find links to all of the documentation below. Please note that documentation is in the process of being written and should be completed by the 29th of November. We've prioritised getting the hardware out and doing the documentation after as this is the quickest way of getting it all out to you. The programming instructions are subject to change if modifications are made to any of the software used such as GPIO...

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