PiCraft! Minecraft raspberry pi interface!

For a while now I’ve been working on a mod for minecraft that allows the GPIO pins on a raspberry pi to be accessed from within minecraft.  There’s a demo video below (you may be able to tell this is the first video I’ve ever made, be gentle!) but first some features….

Uses the rather excellent WebIOPi library on the raspberry pi

Allows any number of inputs and outputs to be controlled (limited only by the number of raspberry pis you have!)

Connects seamlessly to minecraft’s existing redstone networks

Use it to open doors, fire pistons etc at the touch of a (real world) button!  Or toggle LED’s on the real world when someone pushes a button in minecraft!

I need to tidy up the code and so on, but once that’s done I’ll release it on github.

Anyway, enough jibber-jaber, here’s the video:




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