Tau?

So I wanted to build a chain of lights for my room and the logical question was of course "What is the nerdiest way to do this?". And I think I found it: On this chain of lights, every bulb (there are 10) is individually controlled via a Raspberry Pi and a relay - circuit board I built.




The "Tau-Board"

Schematic Project

Schematic Tau-Board (old)

As you can see, this is a professionally executed project ;-)
Anyway, because the lights are controlled by a Raspberry Pi, they can be accessed through the magic of the internet (hence this website). So if you want to control the lights in my room, click there:

Here

If you're still confused why it's called "tau", click here or here.
It's called a Raspberry Pi (Yes, it's a very bad pun).


The lights in action


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Tau Day 2017

This was about ten hours of live stream