Tag Archives: Pimoroni

KettleRun3

Back in 2016, I made KettleRun, a micro:bit game where you had to navigate your space ship through a canyon in order to be rewarded with a nice, hot cup of tea. Now I’ve made a version for the Pimoroni … Continue reading

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Fip Now Plays

I’ve been tweaking my touch-screen Raspberry Pi radio. It’s optimised for the Pimoroni HyperPixel display, but it would work with any touch-screen, although it may need scaling for different sized screens. Aside from the mpd/mpc music player and adding some … Continue reading

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Tide times on Raspberry Pi Inky pHAT display

Now updated with weather info – see end of this blog post! Someone once said ‘information wants to be free’. Well, yes and no. If you’re looking for publicly-funded academic research papers or live train running information or potentially life-saving … Continue reading

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InkyPhat Flotilla radio

I treated myself to a Pimoroni InkyPhat Raspberry Pi e-ink display – it’s small but good value compared with some other e-ink displays… and it has THREE colours: black, white – and red. It comes with some beautifully-designed examples such … Continue reading

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Flotilla-controlled Raspberry Pi internet radio

As you may know, I love making different internet radios with Raspberry Pis! This week I’ve been rediscovering the Pimoroni Flotilla modular physical computing devices which I backed on Kickstarter a few years ago, and as my first Python project … Continue reading

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