While it is possible to run yours Raspberry Pi without a head (without monitor), half the fun is using the small computer to control the display for videos, games and an endless array of visuals. However, one of the best screen options should be RGB matrices. Today we have a fantastic matrix project composed by Allen from Allen’s Lab, which created an impressively comprehensive scoreboard for its 64 x 32 matrix.

At the time of writing, this is the only project on Allen’s Lab’s YouTube channel. However, the channel description shows plans to upload more projects in the future, ranging from robotics and 3D printing to coding projects from scratch.

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(Image Credit: Allen’s Lab)

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