Python Based UI for LED Matrix #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Thanks to Matthew for sending in this tip! Matthew writes:
As a thank you both to your company and to the Raspberry Pi community I want to share a python-based 32×32 LED matrix UI. The UI allows for picture storage and retrieval, live display on the Adafruit 32×32 matrix, along with some other options.
This was my first personal project that I am interested in sharing widely, I apologize for any bad form in the code. This was also the first time I have played with Tkinter. The source code likely needs some error handling before it can be added to your library example code.
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