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January 23, 2015 AT 12:00 pm

Thirty-Five Pixels #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Michael Newman designed and built Thirty-five Pixels, which is a Raspberry Pi-powered interactive installation. via Raspberry Pi Foundation:

Thirty-five Pixels runs on a Raspberry Pi Model B+ and uses a camera module for motion detection and image capture. The piece is also Internet-connected so that users all over the world can interact with it and control what it displays. It can pull content from Twitter, Instagram, and other media such as past course catalog covers.

You can try out the remote interface here and also watch a camera’s view of the piece to see how you have an effect on it. Michael wrote about Thirty-five Pixels on his portfolio site, which I encourage you to look at for technical details and for some of his other fantastic work.

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