Digital Clock and Inside/Outside Temperature Monitor with a Raspberry Pi Zero W @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Here is a simple project from Jeremiah Mattison. It’s a DIY indoor/outdoor temperature monitor — here’s more, via Raspberry Pi Pod:
Jeremiah Mattison has taken a Raspberry Pi Zero W, a seven-segment display with I2C backpack and an MCP9808 I2C temperature sensor and combined them to make this digital clock. The temperature sensor takes the temperature inside the room while the Zero W uses the OpenWeatherMap API to get the outside temperature.
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