Magazine Raspberry Pi Geek has published online their review of the new Touchscreen from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. They are generally positive about it and provide a lot of detail as to how to use it in various ways. Read the review here.
Tony Dicola over at Adafruit has published a tutorial which takes you through the steps needed to create a motion-sensor controlled security camera which uploads photographs to Dropbox so they can be viewed from anywhere in the world. They’ve even included a hinged, 3D-printed enclosure for the set-up. Read the tutorial here
Her new video tutorial takes you through from connecting up the SenseHAT to having the movement sensors on the HAT trigger a behaviour on the LED matrix to create an ‘interactive pet’. She also covers the design of your ‘pet’ using various tools and coding everything up in Python 3.
It’s a great tutorial, as we’ve come to expect from Carrie Anne, and well worth looking at if you own a SenseHAT or if you’re thinking of buying one.
You can watch the video on YouTube.