Today’s Tutorial relies heavily on the python library, Twython, which is a python module for interfacing with twitter. With twython, we could do most of the things you normally would want to do on your twitter handle like send DMs, Post tweets, read tweets, read DMs, Upload an image, change DP, Change background image, and a lot more. Twython requires authentication from twitter, which can be received by creating a twitter app.
To make your printer accessible from multiple devices or computers, either you need a Wi-Fi printer or need a costly setup to build a Network Printer. So in this season of festivities, what would be a perfect gift than a Network Printer (did I just give someone an Idea?) but instead of spending hundreds of dollars for this new acquisition, what if you could do the same by adding a $35 Raspberry Pi 3 to that old printer laying around on your desk? Yes I thought it’d be awesome too!
In this project we are going to explore the possibility of controlling AC appliances with the click of buttons on a webpage using internet. Using this IoT based home automation system, you can control your Home appliances from anywhere in the world. This web server can be run from any device which can run HTML applications, like Smart Phone, tablet, computer etc.
With the amount of power packed by the Raspberry Pi, it certainly will be quite awesome to build GPS based projects with the same cheap GPS modules and that is the focus of this post. Today in this project we will Interface GPS module with Raspberry Pi 3.
The goal of this project is to collect location data (longitude and latitude) via UART from a GPS module and display them on a 16×2 LCD, so if you are not familiar with the way the 16×2 LCD works with the Raspberry Pi, this is another great opportunity to learn.