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Inky Impression Weather Station

Pimoroni’s Inky Impression is a 5.7-inch 7 colour e-ink screen. As it is an e-ink screen, it is very low power. It is also capable of maintaining an image without power. It connects to any 40-pin Raspberry Pi microcomputer. I have used it with a...

28th August 2021
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Still here!

It has been many months since I’ve updated this blog, and this is down to a number of reasons. The main and most pressing reason is lack of enthusiasm. Since lockdown started in early 2020, my day job switched from office-based to home-based. I have...

28th August 2021
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Starling Bank Goal Tracker

Starling bank is what is commonly referred to as a challenger bank. They do not have branches on the high street. You will only find them online and on your portable devices. To get an account, you follow a signup process using their app on...

23rd April 2021
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Ryan Walmsley’s SnowPi RGB

A fun Snowman shaped RGB Neopixel type board for your Raspberry Pi or BBC Microbit. Ryan is a serial maker, no not cereal. He has over the past several years produced multiple components for the Raspberry Pi, PC and now the BBC Microbit. This time...

15th October 2020
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Broadband Speed testing on Raspberry Pi’s

Since I first got cable broadband, I’ve been interested in testing the speed I am getting. Over the years this has gotten easier with tools like speedtest.net. The only issue with Speedtest.net was that it was designed for use in a browser. However – the...

26th May 2020
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Starling Bank – Savings Tracker

Starling bank is what is commonly referred to as a challenger bank. They do not have branches on the high street. You will only find them online and on your portable devices. To get an account, you follow a signup process using their app on...

19th January 2020
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Makerspace Open Day – Weather Dashboard

During Ipswich Makerspace’s Open day on the 28th September, part of my display consisted of a Weather Dashboard, on a Pimoroni Hyperpixel 4. For this display, I used some preexisting code that I modified to work on the higher density of the screen. I used...

3rd October 2019
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Makerspace Open Day

My Ipswich Maker space display contains three elements. The first is small weather display, the second is an LED matrix showing both the time and temperature in the room. The third is reading information from the cloud that counts the number of mobile phones in...

21st September 2019

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16th September 2019