Posts Tagged ‘PI’

This was trivially easy, but it’s a nice example of how simple integration is now becoming due to the strength of various open source communities. Pi-LITE The Pi Lite is an array of lots of LEDs (126 in a 9×14 matrix to be exact). I bought a pair of them during the initial Kickstarter campaign. […]


I’ve been very happy with the results from my Raspberry Pi controlled water bath for sous vide cooking, but I knew that the control loop could be improved. Past runs show fairly continued oscillation: I’ve been keeping track of the average power for my control loop, which has been coming out at 22%. So i […]


Temperature control for a sous vide water bath is a popular application for hobbyist microcontroller kits, with lots of well documented projects out there. My favourite is the Sous Vader – if only for the attention to detail in the decal on the box. I’ve been planning my own for a little while, and got […]