Raspberry Pi experiments. Hab247 writes –
If you didn’t know, Raspberry Pi is very small sized, cheap, low power ARM computer. I won’t write more about this – you can read it on official page. So Wednesday I wanted to go shopping and I remembered my Pi is on the way (I’ve got email informing about it), so I looked into mailbox and almost screamed… 🙂 I gave up on shopping and started hacking.
In the video above – LED diode changes color depending on system load. Green for less than 20%, blue for less than 50%, red for more.
More good ones at http://quick2wire.com/
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