Raspberry Pi Infrared Game Camera

I’ve just started exploring the Raspberry Pi and was intrigued with the Pi infrared camera module. I live in a somewhat remote area and have seen signs of various wild critters exploring around the house at night. I had an idea of creating a night time game camera using a Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board with a PIR motion detector and an external IR LED spotlight to illuminate the area to allow the IR camera ...

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How to Add Sound to Raspberry Pi Game Pad

The Raspberry pi is a single board computer that is designed with an aim of providing help in the computer education to students at school. This is a nice platform to try different programming techniques and learn software tools also. The board is provided with a RCA connector which can be used to connect it directly to a TV screen which is based on PAL and NTSC standard. The board also has a HDMI connector ...

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Playing Snake Game using Raspberry Pi Game Pad

This article discusses about how to develop simple game pad hardware and interface it with the Raspberrypi board and also about the technique of interfacing a game code written in HTML5 with the game pad. Here a Snake game written in HTML5 and JavaScript is modified in such a way that it can be played with the new game pad having four push buttons. In this project the techniques of signals, pipe, fork etc. ...

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Learn How to Use Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins With Scratch

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to install the ScratchGPIO expansion package, how to assemble a breadboard with LEDs and buttons, and run a simple Scratch game that uses the LEDs and breadboard buttons to play. Scratch With the Raspberry Pi's emphasis on education it makes perfect sense that Scratch is pre-installed on the default Raspbian build and available as an icon on the desktop. Simon Walters, @c ...

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Simple Raspberry Pi Game Pad for Ball Catching Game

There are eight general purpose IO pins on the 13*2 pin connectors of the Raspberrypi board and among them four pins has been selected as input and then remaining four pins as output. The input pins are connected to push button and are pulled down using 1K resistors. The output pins are connected to the LEDs through another set of 1K resistors. For this project the Raspberry pi board is loaded with Ubuntu a ...

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The Ladder Game- Hardware emulated in Python and C

Prerequisites: Basic Raspberry setup step by step Refreshing the Software of the Raspberry Pi Hardware: Breadboard and Jumper cables or soldering equipment 12 LEDs of any color and fitting resistors 1 Pushbutton The ladder game is a good project for getting warm with the Raspberry Pi: the breadboard is quickly assembled, soldering a permanent version makes no trouble and the game is installed and run with e ...

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Black Box Timelapse

Black Box Timelapse is a simultaneous timelapse recorder and player, which I built using a Raspberry Pi. It is battery-operated and so I can bring it to different places and set it up. Why not use an iPhone? Simple: the iPhone looks like a device and so people respond to it like a devie, rather than an art object, which invites curiosity. Overview on How it works The video is displayed on this small screen ...

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Playstation 2 controller with Raspberry Pi

This tutorial will show how to use the Playstation 2 Controller (PS2) with the Raspberry Pi. We use the Arduberry to adapt the shield to the Raspberry Pi. Step 1: Hardware Required Raspberry Pi Arduberry Dexter Industries Playstation 2 Controller Shield for Arduino A Playstation 2 controller or a similar clone (Please Check the wiki for the compatible clones) Step 2: Stack the PS2 controller Stack the PS2 c ...

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Pumpkin PACS/Pumpkin Pi

The Pumpkin PACS was constructed for the MGH Radiology Pumpkin Decorating Contest. It is a standalone DICOM workstation capable of displaying many standard types of radiology images. The pumpkin contains a Raspberry Pi which projects images onto a screen using a Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI pico projector. The screen is made of tracing paper.  The application displaying the images is Aeskulap http://aeskulap.no ...

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Piano Stairs with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Who doesn't love music? These Piano Stairs are an interactive, relatively portable, musical installation that can be applied to basically any stairwell. I built them for HackPrinceton along with my friends Erica Portnoy and Vincent Castaneda, and we won 2nd place in the hardware track. I've had requests to share my code and diagrams, so I decided to make an Instructable! These piano stairs use a light-based ...

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