Interfacing a MikroElektronika SHT1x Click Board with a Raspberry Pi

Overview After the success of my previous MikroElektronika GPS Click, and Thumbstick Click board blog posts, I thought I'd write up a tutorial on reading temperature and humidity with a MikroE SHT1x Click board and a Raspberry Pi. This Read More...

Interfacing a MikroElektronika Thumbstick Click with a Raspberry Pi

Overview I thought it would be interesting to look at the process of interfacing a MikroBus format "Click" board to a Raspberry Pi. The MikroElektronika Thumbstick Click board provides 2 analog joystick x/y axis input channels via an Read More...

Mission Control for Raspberry Pi

Version 1.4.2 - Released 2014-02-10 Created by Andrew Hazelden Mission Control is a ground station program that allows you to plot the GPS based latitude, longitude, and altitude of your Raspberry Pi. The program has a graphical Read More...

RetroMining Litecoins on an SGI O2

Part of my reason for doing another RetroChallenge this year was to try something whimsical and lighthearted and those kinds of projects are often hard to plan or come up with in advance. I've been puttering away slowly at the 2014 Read More...

Using a GPS Click on a Raspberry Pi

About the Script gps2udp is a script that connects a MikroElektronika GPS click board via USB to a Raspberry PI. The serial GPS data is pushed out through a UDP socket onto the network interface. The GPS is set to run at 115200 baud Read More...

The Mini-Sub Game is in the Pi Store

This morning I packaged up the Mini-Sub game and submitted it to the Pi Store. If you have a Raspberry Pi computer you should head on over and download a free copy of the game. It feels really nice that the Mini-Sub game has a place to Read More...