June 22, 2012 AT 1:49 pm

Raspberry Pi Plays Poppins

Raspberry Pi Plays Poppins via Pi blog. Mike writes –

The Raspberry Pi controls a solenoid driven glockenspiel to play Do-Re-Me from Mary Poppins. Using my Pi buffer board. In fact it has now been brought to my attention it is in fact the Sound of Music, I should keep my Von Trap shut!

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1 Comment

  1. That’s from The Sound of Music. I know you have a be excellent to each other policy, but also, be excellent to musicals. It is cool, though.

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