This is project is setup a lot like the Banana Keyboard we made with the maKey maKey (blog post here), but with a few extra steps. What is a MaKey MaKey? A maKey maKey is a board that you can use to turn just about any object lying around into touchpads or keys. For more […]Read more "MaKey MaKey Guitar/Keytar"
Since Raspberry Pi & Raspbian come out of the UK, the default keyboard may be setup for a UK keyboard. This is a relatively easy fix, just follow my steps below. Open your LX Terminal and type in: sudo raspi-config Select Internationalization Select Keyboard setup Look for your keyboard. If its not there or you don’t […]Read more "My Keyboard is typing the wrong characters!"
This is a tutorial on how to make an Animal Classification game in Scratch. This is a very simple version — So try adding onto it! Can you do 8 animals? 12? Setting the game up First thing you’re going to want to do is make 4 sprites — one for each animal you want […]Read more "Animal Classification Game"
Raspberry Pi Model 2 GPIO Headers Status LEDs Micro SD Card slot (This is on the bottom side) Display DSI Connector Micro USB Power HDMI CPU/GPU Camera CSI Connector Audio Ethernet USB 2.0 ports USB 2.0 ports LAN Controller Raspberry Pi Model B 1. GPIO Headers 2. SD Card slot (This is on the bottom […]Read more "Anatomy of the Raspberry Pi"
On your Raspberry Pi, one of the quickest ways to begin programming in Python is by using the program IDLE, a Python development environment. Let’s begin exploring and understanding IDLE, so our Python projects can go more smoothly. Opening IDLE IDLE can be found in your menu under “Programming.” You’ll find two options here — […]Read more "Introduction to IDLE"
For this project, we made a banana piano using a MaKeyMaKey. What is a MaKey Makey? A maKey maKey is a board that you can use to turn just about any object lying around into touchpads or keys. For more information, click here to go to the official website. This project does not require any […]Read more "MaKey MaKey Banana Keyboard"
Let’s create a Make-Your-Own-Quiz Game in Scratch! If this is your first time using Scratch, make a (free!) account on their website to get started — click here! I will be using the online version — If you have an older Raspberry Pi, you may have an older version of Scratch. We should still be […]Read more "Make Your Own Quiz Game"