How to Build a Raspberry Pi Pokemon Finder

Raspberry Pi Pokemon Finder

So you can’t get enough of Pokemon Go? With the Raspberry Pi Pokemon Finder, you can find monsters even when your phone is not accessible. This fun project involves using a Raspberry Pi Zero to build a device that alerts you when Pokemons are near.

It has 3 LEDs. The first LED turns on when a common Pokemon appears. Rare Pokemons activate the second LED light while a legendary Pokemon turns on the third LED. You are going to need a Raspberry Pi Zero, OTG adapter, WiFi module, and a few other parts to get started. Adafruit has more on this DIY project here.

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