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How to control Raspberry Pi hue LEDs from an Android #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


Triggering Raspberry Pi hue LEDs from Android UI via PubNub

In this tutorial, we’ll combine the power of a Raspberry Pi board with the sleek functionality of an Android UI. That’s right, we’ll create our own remote configured Raspberry Pi hue LED that can be turned on and off, and change colors, controlled from an Android device.

Before we proceed, I recommend you take a look at the other Raspberry Pi tutorials that PubNub offers. This blog post assumes that you have your Raspberry Pi setup and have the PubNub Python SDK installed. If you do not, check out Raspberry Pi 101 to catch up. If you have your Pi OS up and running, use this tutorial which just gets the PubNub Python SDK installed on your device.

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