Use a Raspberry Pi and the SenseHAT to create a mini-weather station

Ville Salminen has written a nice tutorial over on his blog in which he takes a Raspberry Pi, adds a SenseHAT and then programs it to access the SenseHAT sensors to create a mini-weather station. He uses Flask to create a simple web interface, so there’s plenty to learn here. Read the tutorial here.

1 comment for “Use a Raspberry Pi and the SenseHAT to create a mini-weather station

  1. Nigel
    19 August 2017 at 4:40 pm

    I do know if anyone else had problems with the Sense Hat, but the temperature and humidity readings were off. I compared them with calibrated sensors.

    Still, The SH is a very useful device and but calibration may be necessary.

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