Control your Raspberry Pi by using a wireless Xbox 360 controller
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Projects
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Control your Raspberry Pi by using a wireless Xbox 360 controller

Felix - 8. May 2017

In addition to the control of the Raspberry Pi via infrared remote controls, 433 Mhz transmitter, messengers and many more, also a wireless Xbox 360 controller can be read from the Raspberry Pi. This allows the gamepad to be used as an external mouse (in desktop mode) or in scripts and thus the GPIOs can […]

Build your own automatic Raspberry Pi Greenhouse
Projects
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Projects
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Build your own automatic Raspberry Pi Greenhouse

Felix - 27. April 2017

In an increasing number of cities, the trend is towards organic or even self-grown fruits and vegetables. Perhaps a deterrent cause is the time spent on plant care. Therefore, this project involves the creation of an automated Raspberry Pi greenhouse, which reduces the work to a minimum. By automatic watering, airing and exposure, only harvesting must […]

How to connect and control a Raspberry Pi WS2801 RGB LED Strip
GPIO, Projects
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GPIO, Projects
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How to connect and control a Raspberry Pi WS2801 RGB LED Strip

Felix - 7. April 2017

One of the many Raspberry Pi projects is the lighting of rooms or objects. LED strips are particularly suitable for this purpose, because many individual LEDs are aligned and each individual LED can display all RGB colors. Thus, some projects such as room lighting, Ambilight or e.g. a Christmas tree lighting can be realized. The […]

Raspberry Pi Heartbeat / Pulse measuring
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GPIO, Projects
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Raspberry Pi Heartbeat / Pulse measuring

Felix - 23. March 2017

Not only with fitness watches, but also with the Raspberry Pi it is possible to measure pulse / heart rates. With a small module – the Raspberry Pi pulse sensor – you can easily measure your own pulse and thus monitor permanently your health condition. This sensor can also be used in mobile Raspberry Pi […]

50 of the most important Raspberry Pi Sensors and Components
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GPIO, Projects
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50 of the most important Raspberry Pi Sensors and Components

Felix - 22. January 2016

One of the many advantages of the Raspberry Pi is that it is possible to connect almost all standard Arduino and Raspberry Pi sensors and components to the various GPIOs. Moreover you can evaluate and / or process the values with programs and other software. This accessory can be used in projects such as Smart […]

Measuring Rotation and acceleration with the Raspberry Pi
GPIO, Projects
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GPIO, Projects
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Measuring Rotation and acceleration with the Raspberry Pi

Felix - 30. November 2015

Acceleration and rotation sensors are most known from smartphones. The rotation of the device can be detected and can be addressed directly. With the Raspberry Pi and a Gyroscope / Accelerator sensor it is possible to measure the rotation as well as the acceleration of the 3 axes. In this tutorial I show how to […]

Let Raspberry Pi’s communicate with each other per 433MHz wireless signals
GPIO, Projects
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GPIO, Projects
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Let Raspberry Pi’s communicate with each other per 433MHz wireless signals

Felix - 26. October 2015

Maybe some of you thought about how to let some RaspberryPi’s communicate with each other wirelessly. For this purpose small 433MHz modules are ideal, which are already available for a few bucks. Therefore in this tutorial I want to show how two (or more) RaspberryPi’s can “talk” with each other. But do not worry, if […]

Raspberry Pi LED Matrix Library – Installation for multiline m x n MAX7219 LED Matrices
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General, GPIO
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Raspberry Pi LED Matrix Library – Installation for multiline m x n MAX7219 LED Matrices

Felix - 12. August 2014

In this Tutorial I will show you how to use the library for multilined MAX7219 Matrices I wrote (improved and extended version of JonA1961’s MAX7219array https://github.com/JonA1961/MAX7219array )

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