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March 3, 2017 AT 9:00 am

Raspberry Pi Color Detector using Color Sensor TCS3200 @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #Raspberrypi

Detecting colors using Raspberry pi and Color sensor TCS3200

Super cool project from CircuitDigest, via The MagPi.

In this project we are going to Detect the Colors using TCS3200 Color Sensor Module with Raspberry Pi. Here we used Python code for Raspberry Pi to detect the colors using TCS3200 sensor. To demonstrate the color detection we have used a RGB LED, this RGB LED will glow in the same color, of which the object is presented near the sensor. Currently we have programmed Raspberry Pi to detect only Red, Green and blue colors. But you can program it to detect any color after getting the RGB values, as every color is made up of these RGB components. Check the demo Video at the end.

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