Pardon the pun in the title, couldn’t resist.
Here is a two-part video I’ve just shot of the Picorder version 2. I’m just about to work on version 3, so it seemed the perfect time to document my work so far.
Here’s a list of the sensors and bits and pieces that make up the Picorder:
- A Raspberry Pi (I know, I know, a stunning revelation) in a ModMyPi case.
- A 7200mAh USB charger battery pack.
- A Nwazet Key Lime Pi (which is essentially a Pi Cobbler with an onboard analog-to-digital converter giving 8 analog input/output pins) (also available from Pimoroni)
- A 16×2 character LCD display.
- A tactile switch / momentary push button.
- Two accelerometers.
- An Adafruit Ultimate GPS breakout board.
- A PCF 8591 board with onboard A2D, temperature sensor, light dependent resistor and potentiometer.
- A Piezo vibration sensor. (analogue, connected to the Key Lime Pi)
- A sound detecting microphone. (analogue, connected to the Key Lime Pi)
- A tiny temperature sensor (the type of which momentarily escapes me) (analogue, connected to the Key Lime Pi)
- A 61802H2 humidity sensor (analogue, connected to the Key Lime Pi)