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Tom Bennet grows Nepenthes, tropical carnivorous plants that I know by the name of pitcher plants. To stay healthy they need a temperature- and humidity-controlled environment, and Tom ensures this by housing them in a terrarium controlled by a Raspberry Pi 3 and Energenie’s Pi-Mote starter kit, which provides an easy way to control mains... Continue reading
Dan Aldred, of Pig Love Pi Glove fame, has been working on a new project. He’s been using an Energenie Pi-mote IR sensor board with his Pi to record the signals from a remote control and then transmit these signals back to a device. Why? So that he can control this robot and its (frankly disturbing) twerking... Continue reading
Last Christmas I decided I had spent enough time bending over the various chairs to reach the switch to turn on and off the Christmas tree lights. So I bought a set of Energenie remote-controlled mains switches. I decided that this would be a great device to wire up to the Raspberry Pi, because I could... Continue reading