Lego and Raspberry Pi – Simple Simon Memory Game

Posted on April 19, 2015 by Adam under RaspberryPi

Following on from my last blog post where I used a simple touch sensor to trigger a robot moving, controlled by the Raspberry Pi, I thought we would try something a bit more complex this time. This time we have used three lego touch sensors for buttons, and three of the digital outputs to drive […]

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More Lego Raspberry Pi and Scratch fun – adding some inputs

Posted on September 21, 2014 by Adam under RaspberryPi

In a previous post I talked about a simple method of controlling Lego motors using a raspberry Pi with the PiFace digital card. I decided to see if I could extend this slightly to include some inputs so we can control our Lego creations (with a bit of help from my kids of course!). After […]


Raspberry Pi Controlling Lego Motors Using Scratch

Posted on February 5, 2013 by Adam under RaspberryPi

I recently bought a Raspberry Pi and have been having great fun finding fun things to do with it. One great thing about the Pi is the GPIO port which allows other things to be easily connected to the Raspberry Pi. One great add-on that I have also bought is a PiFace Digital [link]. This […]


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