TV Simulator With Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Do you miss channel surfing (scrolling through Netflix doesn’t count)? Get those retro tube tv vibes with this project from
Pakequis on Github
Code and hardware for simulate a channel change in a old tube TV.
The Raspberry Pi change a random movie file in the folder ‘movies’ when the TV is showing a static noise. The static noise is provide by the TV circuit. A Arduino Mini Pro get the voltage on the tunning potentiometer and turn a relay on or off, selecting the TV composite video input or the noise from the TV circuit.
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