Monthly Archive: October 2015

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Whiskers – Scratch2 coded in Squeak- works on Pi

Just foundย https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/157672/?page=2#post-1574788 which is a Scratch 1.4 mod built to emulate Scratch 2 features ๐Ÿ™‚ And since it is written in Squeak – the image works on the RaspberryPi as well ๐Ÿ™‚ To use...

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Finding IP address of an WiFi device

One of the problems when playing with WiFi robots, is finding out what IP address it is so you can send commands to control or update its on-board program. There are various manual methods...

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Bringing GPIO Server and ScratchGPIO together

  Without being big-headed – I’ll just state that ScratchGPIO is THE standard way of controlling pins on a Raspberry Pi up till now. This article is 100% intended to HELP people/pupils/teachers/kids/authors/resources etc etc...