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Hermann, thanks so much for replying! I've been fascinated by the project that I tried to replicate it. I have everything set up but it doesn't seem to work. My guess is that I'm not connecting the GPIO pins correctly. In the documentation it says "Connect all Ground pins together" but I'm not even sure I understand what that means beyond chaining them.
That is correct, when connecting different systems in almost all cases they need to have same GND level.
No.Did you try replicating the project yourself?
From the repo link I sent:Do you happen to know how the GPIO pins should connect?
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The Pi's must be chained as follows, (all the grounds must be tied together!) Master Pi's 23 --> Slave 1's 17 Slave 1's 23 --> Slave 2's 17 Slave n's 23 --> Slave (n+1)'s 17 . . .