This is a short tutorial to exhibit the abilities of the Pi Buddy app

Step 1: Setting Up the Pi

In order for the Pi to receive command from the device you must have the necessary files and dependancies installed.

Pi Buddy runs off of web-pins found here.

The instructions are here to set it and all its dependancies up on your Pi.

<p>This looks really interesting. However, it appears to be all Greek to me. Any chance someone could post up some REALLY easy directions for someone who is computer dumb? I'd love to try this out, but I really don't understand how you are doing this or how it's supposed to be programmed into the RPi. The link to the green toaster/web pins on GitHub are even MORE confusing!!</p>
<p>I can't go much further. But if it helps if you run all the commands in the github read me it should work. The best thing I can say is google is your friend. Don't let this discourage you though. Keep reading</p>
Thanks for the comments. It would be fantastic if the Pi Buddy App would control the PiFace board - http://www.piface.org.uk/products/piface_digital/<br>
is this for android too?
Unfortunately not at this time

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