An Air Guitar IRL @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Here’s a Raspberry Pi project that could be glorious for you, and, perhaps, annoying to the folks you live with. But don’t worry about them. Make your air guitar. Here’s more from Tyler Suard via hackster.io:
It was 1992. My head hung low as I paced through the black-brick hallways of a backstage area in some part of northern Europe. I had just failed to qualify for the 1994 Air-Guitar Olympics, to be held in Stockholm, Norway.
I swore, on that day, that I would become the greatest Air-Guitarist of them all.
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