RasPi Issue 25

Digital Magazine Digital Edition

See music a different way with the complete guide to visualising music with LEDs. Your Pi can help you to produce a fantastic party effect. Want to see it on a larger scale? We meet Fred Sapey-Triomphe and Yann Guidon, who lit up Mons railways station with their Pi-based Electro Super project. Plus, learn how to use use your Raspberry Pi to stream media and send texts, build custom sensor circuits with a 1-Wire bus and get your Raspberry Pi tweeting with a Python script. It’s all here in the latest issue of RasPi.

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