Happy Halloween from www.single-board.com!

Happy Halloween from www.single-board.com!

Halloween PumpkinPi for Raspberry Pi

Halloween PumpkinPi for Raspberry Pi

It’s time to grab the most terrifying Raspberry Pi board ever devised this Halloween! Ahhhhhh!

The Halloween PumpkinPi programmable kit is designed for any maker or hacker and an ideal kit for people new to Raspberry Pi or even the experienced users who want to practice the art of programming!

There are two versions of this product (via the “options” dropdown above):

  • Pre-soldered Kit – The Halloween PumpkinPi programmable kit is a do-it-yourself programming kit! Each kit is fully assembled (no soldering required) but you’ll need to code in your LED pattern to get your pumpkin terrifying the neighbors! We’ve got some example code to start you off which runs through a pattern on the 12 LEDs, but we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
    • Contents – 1x Halloween PumpkinPi – Ready to rock & roll!
  • Soldering Kit – Looking for more of a challenge? The Halloween PumpkinPi Solder Kit is a do-it-yourself solder kit that comes completely unassembled. Just follow our easy soldering guide on putting it all together, plug it into your Raspberry Pi and your Halloween Pumpkin will terrify the neighbors! The kit includes 12 LEDs and uses a CD4017BE counter & 555 timer chip to light and rotate the LED’s through a pre-defined pattern, no programming required!
    • Contents – 1x Halloween PumpkinPi PCB, 12 LEDs, CD4017BE Counter IC, 555 Timer IC, Resistors, 40 Pin Header

How to set up the CPU & Temperature icons on your Raspberry Pi 4b

If you are looking for the Temperature display and the CPU usage monitor on your Pixel desktop I show you how to get them displayed. Sometimes the changes they make in Raspbian come without documentation and this just happens to be one of those times.

NOTE: This was recorded on the Raspberry Pi 4b model with 1GB of memory using the Simple Screen Recorder and the Respeaker which I have done previous blogs and vlogs on.