Over the years I've tinkered with having a live webcam taking a picture of the weather conditions in my local area. Recently I rediscovered an old Logitech E3500 webcam that I figured would serve the purpose quite well. There's a limitation with USB on a Raspberry Pi, some things will work as expected without any … Continue reading Weather Underground Webcam
I think it's fair to say that I've got a little attraction for the Raspberry Pi. I got my first in early 2013 at a time when I wasn't able to play with it straight away due to other commitments (it was bushfire season and I was volunteering for the Tasmanian Fire Service. Since then … Continue reading Raspberry Pi Addiction!
I managed to get my hands on the much sought after Raspberry PiZero the smallest of the Raspberry Pi line. The PiZero was release with edition number 40 of the MagPi Magazine that included the PiZero board for free! (well you had to buy the magazine!) but now 3rd party distributors have limited stock and … Continue reading Raspberry PiZero
Here's the current update for the raspberry pi setup I am currently experimenting with... The only thing I need to source is some extension pieces so I can add the extra hats for a few of the pi's then it will be a complete project. 🙂
Since moving my server from the old IBM eSERVER 220 to a Raspberry Pi 2 I've added a fourth pi to the mix. Although is not doing the task I have planned (haven't had time to set it all up) the model A+ will be uploading the data from my LaCrosse ws-2310 to weather underground. … Continue reading 4 Raspberry Pi’s Enough?