[Exposed Wire] He is a big fan of YouTube and consumes a lot of content.If this sounds familiar, maybe you should Build a dedicated YouTube box, and also. You can press the button, there are LEDs there, and you can take a break from the other screens and look at this. [Exposed Wire] Want to watch the latest videos of their favorite creators more easily, but we think it’s also more interesting.
The internal Rasberry Pi 4 tracks and compares the total number of creators’ videos in text files, checking for new videos every five minutes. If there is a new video in one of the channels, the corresponding LED will light up and the URL of the new video will be linked to the button. Press the button and Raspi will open the browser, visit the URL, maximize the video, turn off the LED, and update the video count in the text file.
We like the construction work here. The 1/4-inch MDF wall is connected by 3D printed L-shaped brackets in PETG. first, [Exposed Wire] Mount the LEDs and buttons on the PCB, but this is really cumbersome, so they changed to a printed panel. Combined with the brackets around the screen, the finished build looks good. Check the build montage after the break.
Regular old YouTube videos are no longer for you? Try to view them at low resolution on the LED matrix.