This is a great starter project from TheFreeElectron via Instructables. This tutorial is perfect for someone just starting out with their Pi.
The Raspberry Pi is an amazing 35 dollars mini-computer. It allows you to do everything you could do with a regular Linux computer (Connecting to the internet, watching videos, launching applications, …) but also to interact with the world surrounding it, just like an Arduino. That’s why I qualify it as a mix between a computer and a micro-controller.
That’s also why I chose it for this project. I’m going to show you how to control LEDs with your Raspberry Pi. Firstly directly from the Raspberry Pi itself, then from any device in your house like your Smartphone or your tablet…
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