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Returning home to a dark house can be depressing so let's use a few off-the-shelf components to build a bright welcome home project using the Raspberry Pi.
What do the LEDs on the B+ mean? - Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange
Using light sensor module with Raspberry Pi. What is Photoresistor (light sensor)? A photoresistor, or light-dependent resistor (LDR), or photocell is a resistor whose resistance will decrease when incident light intensity increase; in other words, it exhibits photoconductivity.
LightShow Pi - Google+
Home→Raspberry Pi→GPIO Examples→Tux Crossing→ 1: A single LED 1: A single LED Before we even get started with the GPIO, lets make an LED light up by simply wiring it to the +3. 3v supply and 0v.
Light an LED with the Raspberry Pi's GPIO - Lifewire
How to connect and control a Raspberry Pi WS2801 RGB LED Strip. Ambilight or e. g. a Christmas tree lighting can be realized. The effects of the colorful lights are impressive. This article shows the general usage of the WS2801B on the Raspberry Pi. For this reason the WS2801B RGB LED strips are preferable to the WS2812 for use on the
Getting Started - LightShow Pi
Lights are not just for Christmas. Here’s a giant animated menorah, built by Ben Forta and family for Hanukkah 2015. There’s a full description of how the animation was made in the video. Our Giant Raspberry Pi Menorah (and How It Was Made) We built a giant Raspberry Pi …
Amazoncom: raspberry pi led lights
I considered doing without the bridge and controlling the lights directly from the raspberry pi with a zigbee module, but I did not want to invest a lot of time hacking around with an undocumented protocol, and the cost of the official Hue bridge (~50 euros) is reasonable (unlike the price of the bulbs…) so I went the easy way, bought the
Christmas lights - Raspberry Pi
Given I wanted the lights to be controlled by the Raspberry Pi, I looked into what sort of voltage the Pi could provide on it’s software controlled pins, and the answer is 3. 3v.
Control Your Christmas Lights With a Raspberry Pi
Last year, around Pi Day, I authored an article here on Opensource on how to set up a music light show with your Raspberry Pi. Before creating the light show, I encouraged the reader to learn about breadboards and the CanaKit as a way to do some prototyping controls with the Raspberry Pi and LEDs.