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October 26, 2012 AT 8:30 am

Raspberry Pi: Pumpkin Pi project for Halloween #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Great project for leveraging the network connectivity plus GPIO to use a Raspberry Pi to run lights, sound, and music in a jack-o-lantern project, from Drew Fustini at element 14. Also, check out his second post for how he setup the software for the project:

The simple web interface is intended to allow one to trigger sound or lights remotely via a browser on a computer, smartphone or tablet:

UPDATE: I’ve written a new post covering how to install the software for the project: A second helping of Pumpkin Pi
 
Here’s video of the an audio clip being played while the lights are flashing.  However, the ability to choose from any sound file in a specified directory was added after this was shot:

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*Update*: Where he is now with the web interface for his project:


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