- Got PureData up and running on the RPi
- Started researching into GPIO capabilities
- The Real Colin Woods
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Colin was born in Belfast (Ireland) and came to Aotearoa/New Zealand in 2002. He was previously guitarist with Irish punk band Music For Deaf (not the later US band of the same name) and participant in UK/Ireland based Allotropes experimental collective. His current interests include experimental music (both composed and improvised), video, song writing and performance, and composition for conventional solo instruments and ensembles. He is a regular participant in the Auckland improv colective Vitamin S, one half of the duo Toy Triptech (with Rohan Evans), and has performed occasionally on alto sax with Jeff Henderson’s variable ensemble Superstars of Westlynn. Colin holds a Diploma in Contemporary Music from Unitec (Auckland) and B. Mus.(Hons) majoring in Composition at the University of Auckland. Recent releases include the album Skyway to Carpark (2012) and EP Short Straw, both are available to download from bandcamp and as limited release physical CDs. Colin is a also a Director of Angel Food, New Zealand’s vegan food innovators,
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Two milestones achived today:
Watched an excellent series of videos on RPi and its GPIO interface.
Now I wonder if I can simplify (and save some cost) by NOT using Arduino boards to run the sensors, but rather read senor data directly via GPIO pins?
Needs more in depth research and some experimentation….