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In one of our recent meetups we were showing off how quickly you can prototype with the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT.
Beyond having a really cool 8x8 LED Matrix and a myriad of sensors,
you are also given a joystick input on the device. To me, one of the
quickest and most impactful demo applications is showing that the
joystick input on the Sense HAT can be used to control your smart home
devices. In our case, we wanted to connect and work with a Philips Hue internet connected lightbulb.
So, basically, what you can do to replicate this application of a Sense HAT is set up the Raspberry Pi and simply get started with the Philips Hue API.
Once you know the URL with which to manipulate the lights and get an
idea of how to change values, simply take that URL (including which
light to address) and use the code below.