A display or a digital/analog converter (DAC) uses the SPI (serial peripheral interface) to communicate with the Raspberry Pi. The MCP 3008 is a DAC which reads analog values and converts them into digital ones. The Raspberry Pi itself can’t… Continue Reading →
The Kuman MHS-3.5inch is a resistive touchscreen for the Raspberry Pi. It’s a cheap alternative to the more expensive touchscreens from Adafruit. This tutorial is about how to install it correctly on your Raspberry Pi, so that you can use… Continue Reading →
The Raspberry Pi has a serial peripheral interface (SPI) which can be used to communicate with microcontrollers, display drivers or in our case digital/analog converters (DACs). By default the Raspberry Pi can’t read analog signals, it only can read digital… Continue Reading →
The Eardrum Blaster is a DIY Synthesizer written in Python. Please notice: the current version is experimental. It will work on your Raspberry Pi but it’s not optimized. This can result in a distorted and discontinuous sound! It was tested… Continue Reading →
Modelled and rendered in Blender. Rendered image tuned with Photoshop.
Modelled and rendered in Blender, Textures created with Photoshop CS6.