If you are looking for a fun way to control your favorite playlists on Spotify, you may want to check out Leo (also known as D00mfish on Github) and his latest projects.Use one raspberry pieMe he built a RFID controlled Spotify jukebox system.
this The best Raspberry Pi project Easy to use, this one is very intuitive. To operate a jukebox powered by Pi, users need to scan a custom printed card with an NFC chip inside. The RFID scanner reads the card and then sends a command to Spotify to start playing the corresponding song or playlist.
The hardware is installed in a custom 3D printed enclosure. Inside you will find a Raspberry Pi Zero WH with a PN532 RFID reader module. The rotary encoder is used to adjust the volume, and two LED buttons control skip and shuffle options.
The code used in this project is mainly Python driven. According to Leo, he is using a library called LibNFC to communicate with the PN532 RFID reader. To take a closer look at the software aspects of this project, check out this project: GitHub.
The complete tutorial has been uploaded to Instructables, but it is not yet online.You can find a complete PDF copy of this tutorial on the website NFC Spotify player GitHub page. Be sure to follow Leo for more updates and future Pi projects.