GrovePi turns your RaspberryPi into a DIY smart-device that connects to hundreds of different sensors, so you can program them to monitor, control, and automate devices in your life. Connect to over 100 Grove sensors, so you can focus on programming instead of soldering.
GrovePi helps you build your own smart devices. The Base Kit includes the GrovePi board and 12 Grove sensors so you can build anything from a weather station or plant monitoring station to a MINECRAFT controller or automated rain notifier. Raspberry Pi sold separately.
The Buzzer is a great way to indicate something is happening with your GrovePi or GoPiGo robot car! Program it to listen to noise with the Sound Sensor, or detect light with the Light Sensor, and alert you when there’s something you need to know! Or just program it to sound every time your favorite basketball team scores a point! Cable included.
Red means stop! Use the Red LED to program a visual alert on your GrovePi or GoPiGo robot car! Build your own weather station and use the red LED to remind you to take your umbrella if the forecast calls for rain, and use the blue LED if it looks like blue skies ahead. Check out the green and white ones as well.
The Motion Sensor allows your GrovePi or GoPiGo robot car to detect motion and react based on what happens! Connect the camera to it too and take a picture of anyone that comes to your door! Cable included. Connect a Motion Sensor to your Raspberry Pi!
The Light & Color Sensor attaches to the GrovePi, GoPiGo and BrickPi to measure light levels and detect different colors. It can be used to build projects like a Rubik’s Cube solver, weather station, or plant monitoring station.
The Temperature Humidity and Pressure Sensor attaches to the GrovePi, GoPiGo and BrickPi to measure environmental conditions. It can be used to build projects like a classroom weather station or plant monitoring station.
This 16GB microSD Card comes with no software. You will need to download and install the Raspbian for Robots software for our BrickPi, GrovePi or PivotPi robots. We recommend buying our USB drive for doing updates and storing photos taken with the Pi camera.