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NEW TUTORIAL: 16×32 RGB Display with Raspberry Pi – Part 2 #piday #raspberrypi @raspberry_pi

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NEW TUTORIAL: 16×32 RGB Display with Raspberry Pi – part 2

Daisy-chain three 16×32 LED Displays with a Raspberry Pi

In the first tutorial using the 16×32 RGB display, we used just one of these displays with the software developed by Henner Zeller

In this tutorial, we will look at daisy chaining together two or three of these displays and also wrapping Henner’s fast and efficient C code in some Python that will create images on the fly and populate them with text before handing them over to the C code to handle the refreshing of the display.

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