Matthew Scerri shared this on Youtube!
i connected my pi zero to a small and compact 3.5 inch touchscreen lcd and powered it from a phone charger ( Although you can power it from any 5v source eg. Phone Power Bank) .
i connected an arduino nano to the pi via an otg cable and installed the arduino IDE program on the pi by typing in this command in the terminal “sudo apt-get install arduino” .
it won’t install the latest version of arduino IDE but it works.
For this demonstartion i used the arduino blink example.
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