Bypass Your Monitor with a Headless Raspberry Pi Interface @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Nice project + write-up from Pičugins Arsenijs up on Make.
My inspiration was the fact that existing ways to control and interface with our Raspberry Pi projects aren’t comfortable to use and seem to be overly complicated. I don’t like using another computer when I just need to shutdown my Pi, or even use a UART adapter to connect it to a wireless network. Instead, I’ve decided to make an interface that I could use for those things. Once I started working on it, I’ve understood that it could be used in many more applications — and by many more makers! Thus, the pyLCI project was born.
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