From Les Orchard’s flickr:
I need to blog about this. This photo includes:
Put together, this is a Raspberry Pi running a Python script that uses 3 GPIO pins to control 16 outputs.
It’s that last part which made me bounce in my chair – because I don’t quite yet understand how to talk to the LCD display, yet my hack worked the first time. (Albeit very, very slowly.) \o/
In the near future, I want to figure out how to control the red / blue / green backlight pins from the Raspberry Pi, in order to change colors on the display
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