Topic: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

I have (kinda) completed the ChumPi project that has a raspberry pi doing some chumby/dash-like things. Here is a pic:
https://sites.google.com/site/techntires/_/rsrc/1583019643296/electronics/raspberry-pi-chumby/chumpipic.jpg
and a video:  https://youtu.be/Nl48_imjaEE

And a guide for those who would like to give it a try. (No guarantees this will work on your hardware without some tweaking!)

Guide:   https://sites.google.com/site/techntire … =0&d=1

Re: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

Thanks!

3 (edited by infocastme 2020-03-01 15:40:30)

Re: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

If you want to add some clock "flair", here is one of many sites that has a bunch of flash based clocks.

A quick search will show find a bunch available.

https://www.adamdorman.com/flash_clocks/

Re: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

Hmmm....that's neat....

Re: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

Many of Adam Dorman's Flash clocks are available in the chumby catalog.

Re: Raspberry Pi Chumby Project

Hi amigafin!

This is very interesting project, since I am working just now to resuscitate my dead Chumby One sad.

Could you post details of the hardware used? Linke what screen did you use and what mounting?

I have a Raspberry Pi2 which is sitting in my drawer and gathering dust, but I have no screen.

Thanks and great to hear that others share the same interest as myself!