Hi I'm Kerry. I'm a retired electronic technician trying to keep my mind active. The raspberry Pi does this nicely for me. My projects and build pictures are here if anybody is interested, https://1drv.ms/f/s!AjOYwiwlwDtpgUMsp2qnevKpGEHb
@ taurisince1983 In the sense hat folder is my portable weather clock. It measures the ambient temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, UV index and visible light level. I display the values on the Sense Hat LED matrix in a scrolling message. Its a Pi A+ with sense hat and a Proto Board for sensor hookups etc. There is a DS3231 to keep accurate time, a BMP180 to measure temps (outside the case) and an SI1145 light sensor. I use the ambient light level to auto adjust the brightness of the LED matrix and do a few other things as well. There is a powerboost and LIPO battery to make it portable. I take it out on my deck in the summer and to the dog park to kepp an eye on things and make sure my best friend doesn't get overheated etc.
At the moment I'm playing around with a pHat Beat, Pirate Radio minus the fancy case. And an Explorer pHat that will eventually becomes a rover project. Both are mounted to Zero W's.
I have two 3B's. One is in my Breadboard rig, the other is running KODI.
Two A+'s, both with Sense hats on them. One is my Weather clock, the other a simpler version without the extra sensors added.
Four Zero W's, one with the pHat Beat, one with the Explorer pHat, and the other two waiting for projects.
I've been at it for years but I'm still a Linux NOOB. I get by though. No real Python training either but I like to think I'm above NOOB class, lol. Mostly learn by example. I'm not near as frustrated as I used to be now.