We learn how to get Android up-and-running on a Raspberry Pi. Turn your Raspberry Pi into a touchscreen device, install apps, and control electronics.
Plus! Build a fully working weather station that tracks temperature, rainfall, and wind speed/direction. We love this project. It combines off-the-shelf components, sensors, and code to keep an eye on the climate.
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Page 77, Build a Weather Station. The link to the online instructions in the “Storing Measurements in a Database” box is incorrect. The link should read: magpi.cc/zmnaQo