An IMU is a common module to use with microcontrollers for measuring tilt and rotation. They're small and are perfect for use in wearable technology and robotics projects. In this article we'll use an MPU6050 with the i2c protocol and get it talking to our RNBO patcher on the Raspberry Pi.
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In this article we'll learn the basics of using a small NeoPixel LED strip to respond to the volume of our RNBO patcher on the Raspberry Pi.
I’ve been testing as many MIDI and audio interface devices as I can with the Raspberry Pi export target, since wireless MIDI is becoming a little more common so thought I’d share this in case anyone might be interested.
You've just made your own desktop synthesizer with RNBO and the Raspberry Pi, you're ready to switch the lights off and jam out - but there's no visual feedback... If there's a bleep in a dark studio but there's no pulses of twinkling light - did it even happen?
Unlike boards like the Arduino, the Raspberry Pi doesn't have an Analogue-to-Digital (ADC) converter to convert analogue signals to digital. In this article we'll learn how to use an ADC integrated circuit chip with the RPi to read in multiple Potentiometers at once and control a RNBO patcher.