The Sense Hat from Raspberry Pi was developed as part of the Astro Pi Project. The Sense Hat comes with its own library and a variety of hardware including: a 8×8 RGB LED matrix for output; a five-button joystick for user control; and the following sensors:
- Gyroscope used to measure the positioning of an object
- Accelerometer used to measure the rate of the velocity of an object
- Magnetometer that provides an electronic compass
- Barometric pressure
The purpose of this page is a quick guide to using the different aspects of the Sense Hat but for full details you should check out the API.
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