Glockenspiel & Raspberry Pi @raspberry_pi #piday #raspberrypi
YouTube user I Roulson made this nifty glockenspiel using his raspberry pi!
I found this Glockenspiel in a local recycling centre and it looked like the ideal instrument to control with a set of motors and a Raspberry Pi. I’ve seen this done before, both with the PICAXE and the Raspberry Pi, so the idea isn’t my own.
-The parts are designed using 2d design software and cut out on a CAM router.
-Assembly is with hot glue and a bunch of 3mm screws.
-The breadboard contains a couple of ULN2803 Darlington Drivers.
-Software written in Python and using the GPIO on the Raspberry Pi.
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