Raspberry Pi + Arduino Project III

Discussion in 'Coding, Scripting & Programming' started by wlanboy, Feb 22, 2014.

  1. wlanboy

    wlanboy Content Contributer

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    https://vimeo.com/87342051

    Some LED animation just for fun :D
     
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  2. WebSearchingPro

    WebSearchingPro VPS Peddler Verified Provider

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    Nifty,

    I just got my raspberrypi a few days ago, what LED board are you using? 
     
  3. Kokaku Kidotai

    Kokaku Kidotai New Member

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    Hey,

    That is pretty cool! I have a Raspberry PI B manufactured in 2011.12 and my project is to use it as a private LEMP stack for development of web pages and other stuff (testing scripts, PHP scripts and so on).

    Thanks for sharing this.
     
  4. wlanboy

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    AdaFruit heaven: LED Matrix and the board itself.

    Post whatever you do with your Raspberry Pi - looking forward for any inputs.
     
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  5. Kokaku Kidotai

    Kokaku Kidotai New Member

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    Well, here --> http://freevps.us/thread-12733.html is what I did on my Raspberry PI.

    Made the guide to save it for the future and for everyone else who may want to run a LEMP stack on the Raspberry PI.
     
  6. wlanboy

    wlanboy Content Contributer

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    And a small tribute to Conway:

    https://vimeo.com/87359679
     
  7. peterw

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    Can you write a tutorial how to use the well known busses for the Raspberry Pi like UART, SPI or I2C?
     
  8. wlanboy

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    Will be the next one - my prefered way to add complex components to me setup.
     
  9. BuyCPanel-Kevin

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    I've been looking into using the touch screen that you can use with arduino's with the raspberry PI, it's a little bit more complicated then I thought it would be
     
  10. peterw

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    I always look for good touch panels. Can you give me a link to yours?