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Make your own firework display for indoors with the Raspberry Pi Sense Hat and a bit of Python magic...

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Set up your Raspberry Pi to receive TV signals using OSMC and the new Raspberry Pi TV HAT. Follow our tutorial and get watching TV with your Pi.

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How do you get your Raspberry Pi to run a small Python script on boot? Find out how to use Gnome Schedule with the Raspberry Pi.

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The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly. Bill of Materials Raspberry Pi Zero / Zero W Raspberry Pi TV uHAT TV uHAT Raspberry Pi Zero Case 6x Acrylic Pieces 4x M2.5 x 4mm M/F Stand Offs 3x M2.5 x 11mm F/F Stand Offs 3x M2.5 x 11mm M/F Stand Offs 7x M2.5 Silver Screws 1x M2.5 Nut NOTE: Acrylic is a...

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The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly. Bill of Materials Raspberry Pi B+/2/3 Raspberry Pi TV uHAT TV uHAT Raspberry Pi 3B+ Case 7x Acrylic Pieces 4x M2.5 x 8mm M/F Stand Offs 4x M2.5 x 11mm F/F Stand Offs 4x M2.5 x 11mm M/F Stand Offs 8x M2.5 Silver Screws NOTE: Acrylic is a hard and stiff plastic which is...

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GPIO Zero is an API used to access the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi. In this tutorial we will go through how to use this API with our Pumpkin Pi board.    

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In this tutorial we're going to set up the Raspberry Pi TV HAT to receive DVBT or DVBT-2 signals through a media centre setup using LibreELEC and Kodi.

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Claire Pollard joins the ModMyPi team as Technical Marketing Manager.

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Get soldering this Halloween with our super spooky Halloween Pumpkin and your Raspberry Pi!

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Here are the parts from the kit: Lets start by adding the resistors to the PCB. We need a 15k on R1, 1k on R2 and a 220 on R3 and R4. The colour codes for the resistors are as follows: 15k = Brown Green Orange 1k = Brown Black Red 220 = Red Red Brown As you add each resistor, flip the PCB over...

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Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” Phase 4: Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” in Linux environment In Phase 3 we talked about using TEMPerHUM temperature & humidity sensor in Linux GUI (graphical user interface)(graphical user interface). Now for those of you who prefer Linux CLI (command line interface), it would be needed to produce (or as it is said in Linux terminology, to make) an appropriate executable file by yourself because...

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Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” Phase 3: Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” in Linux environment As we discussed in Phase 1 & 2, it was possible to use TEMPerHUM on a Microsoft Windows -based computer without any software, thankfully to the hardware’s ability to send monitored data to an empty file that was previously opened in the Windows’ OS foreground. To activate monitoring the temperature and humidity, it was enough to press the “TXT” button on the sensor device....

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Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” Phase 2: Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” in Windows XP environment As we discussed in Phase 1, it was needed to have .NET Framework installed on a Microsoft Windows based computer in order to install PCsensor’s software TEMPerHUM. However, some users might not want to install that software, but instead to use the TEMPerHUM hardware’s ability to send monitored data to an empty file that was previously opened in the Windows’ foreground. (Why the...

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Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” Phase 1: Testing PCsensor's “TEMPerHUM” in Windows XP environment At first I wanted to test this sensor device in Microsoft Windows environments for which the producer dispatched an end-user software, named also TEMPerHUM, in its version 25.6 that at the time (mid-2017) was sent on a mini-CD alongside with the sensor in the box. For that purpose I used an old test desktop computer that was configured for dual-boot with Linux and...

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