Simulate Raspberry Pi add-on hardware

Summary

As I mentioned at the top of the article, nothing beats using real hardware. However, if you're on a budget or you just want to do some playing around, then creating Python soft components is a great option.

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You can investigate more neat projects by Pete Metcalfe and his daughters at https://funprojects.blog.

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