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  #ShareTheScare this Halloween Visit our Halloween space and find out how to win one of two Cel Robox 3D Printers. There are two ways to win: Build and document your past or present Halloween projects. Tweet your best engineering spook with #ShareTheScare. Share your Project and Win #ShareTheScare Competition The Ben Heck Show Episodes   Hi Everyone,   I really wanted to do something for Halloween this year, so I got my Raspberry Pi, Pi Camera and a motion sensor and got ...
The days are getting shorter, my winter coat has made it out of the wardrobe and my wife is talking far too much about Christmas. It must mean only on thing Halloween is here. Children of all sizes will be knocking on door after door collecting more sweets than they could every eat, in an array of weird and wonderful costumes, my favourite so far has been Mrs iron man. Whether you are a follower of Halloween or not I thought I’d share some of my favourite Halloween projects using the Raspb ...
Bonjour, J'acheté 1 RaspRack et 2 cartes Piface, le PiRack est fait pour ajouter plusieurs cartes Piface (elles sont adressables en hardware de 0 à 3 par des cavaliers). Aucune notice ou exemple, pour commenter la partie software ! J'ai donc installé les deux cartes l'une en adresse 0 l'autre en adresse 1. Ma question : - Comment adresser une commande  à la deuxième carte Piface ? - Comment lire les entrées de la deuxième carte Piface ? Un ex ...
My project for the PiRack Challenge is just a simple consolidation of what I'm currently using two Raspberry Pi's to perform: control office lighting using doorbell buttons mounted on the side of my desk (ala the hidden button in spy movies), to manage Z-wave lighting controllers via the RaZberry (Z-Wave controller) and PiFace (interface) daughter boards for the RPi.  I mounted the doorbell buttons to the side of my desk and connected them to the external switch inputs on the PiFace.  ...
Let’s have a little fun. Let’s turn a raspberry pi into an Internet controlled whoopee cushion. So, the idea is pretty simple.  We run a server program on the raspberry pi.  This program will respond to commands that we send it.  In this case, we only need one command: fart.  Then we hide the raspberry pi next to a family member, friend, coworker, etc. and tell the raspberry pi to fart.  Hilarious every time. Steps1) Download the attached code.  There ...

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