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You can install open source OctoPrint software on your desktop or laptop computer as a general purpose tool to manage and print to a broad selection of 3D printers. The real strength of the OctoPrint project comes into play when you explore embedded solutions on affordable SBCs such as Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black computers for wireless printing, custom gcode or shell driven event hooks, automatic timelapse production and uploading and more. Here are some resources to help you setup your OctoPrint software for use with the desktop 3D printers currently offered at Adafruit.
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Basketball hoop lights usually aren't very good. They are usually one not very bright color. Not anymore! With NeoPixels and Gemma you can program these basketball hoop lights to be a certain color or change colors. Besides, NeoPixels are much brighter than a few LEDs! We even add a sensor so it will light up when you score a point
This tutorial by John De Cristofaro (johngineer) aims to teach you how to take photos of your hacks and projects for sharing on the web, and perhaps even in print. It focuses on smaller items, less than 6”x6”x6” in size. Bigger projects present their own unique problems that are beyond the scope of this article. However, you can always “scale up” the methods presented here to take pictures of larger subjects, at least to a point.