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Pimoroni Mote

During Pimoroni’s recent 7th birthday, I won a £50 gift voucher to spend on their site. After a lot of thought and wonder, I finally opted for the Pimoroni Mote (shown above). This is a full kit that contains 4 strips of 14 RGB LED...

10th September 2019
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NetApp-Touch

I have started working on a new version of my Network Appliance. This will give you a tool to test various aspects of your Home/Business network. Written in Python3 and using the KIVY interface. The appliance will be simple to use and have powerful features.

18th June 2019
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Veho Kasa Lights – Automation

I have recently purchased 4 Veho Kasa Bluetooth lights. These lights are RGBWW, meaning as well as having LED’s inside that can do all the colours you would like, they have 2 separate white LEDs, one that is bright white and one that is a...

28th October 2018

A Fresh start

Thank you for visiting! If you are a regular visitor to my site, or if you are coming from a search engine looking for linked content, then you may find it missing for now. I have moved the site to be hosted on a Raspberry...

30th September 2018
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RasPiO InsPiRing – Pac-Man Chase Light

Alex Eames of RasPi.TV designed and produced an excellent digital LED kit for micro board computers like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino called the RasPiO InsPiRing. This controller and LED combination allows you to learn how to control digital LED’s like the popular “NeoPixel”. This...

11th November 2017
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PaPiRus Netapp

Over the past few days I have been converting my “Speedtest-cron” code to work on the PaPiRus from PiSupply. Whilst going over the code, I decided to start a new Git Repository and rename this version to “PaPiRus Netapp”. So without further ado, I bring...

30th September 2017
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Network Testing

Do you have many Raspberry Pi’s on your network, with DHCP (dynamic IP addresses)? If so – then I have a script for you! I have put together a python script that will scan your network for Raspberry Pi’s and then try and connect to...

2nd September 2017
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DosBox on Android

I have installed Windows 3.1 onto my Android device. I have used a DOS emulator called (unimaginatively) “aDosBox”. This lets you run any DOS applications on your phone and is a free application from the Android Market Place (QR Code at the end) After installing...

30th August 2012