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Roll a Dice with the Raspberry Pi SenseHAT #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


Make this Raspberry Pi niece project. via suppertime.com.uk

Here’s a simple dice (ok, die) project for the Raspberry Pi SenseHAT – it senses a shake by measuring the G-force on the accelerometer. If the G-force goes above 1.4, it generates a random number between 1 and 6 and displays a dice (die) pattern. I chose 1.4 so it’s not too sensitive – you have to give it a decent shake, and I put in a small sleep statement so it doesn’t do multiple rolls in one go.

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