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Web controls for your Rasberry Pi projects
posted January 27 2015 19:35.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There are literally unlimited number of projects that you can make with web control. Best thing is that you can control your project from wherever you are, as ling as you have internet access. So, literally you can control your toaster from the ISS... Well... If you want at least...
Getting to the ISS is kinda hard, but if you follow the instructions in this short video you will definitely manage to make web controls using your Rasberry Pi.


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