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Creating a Spotify remote with an Arduino and LCD shield

Posted on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 in Arduino, code, hacks by the machinegeek


Steven from Hackshed writes about their latest project.

We have put together a Spotify remote using an Arduino and LCD Shield; it uses a .NET application as a controller and communicates with the Arduino to take input via push buttons and output to the LCD.

Project details are available from Hackshed.co.uk.

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  1. Marius says:

    Very nice!

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