This project was loosely inspired by this, a weather station display whose color is based on the outdoor temperature. I had a roommate in college who had one of these and it was very useful, in Pittsburgh especially, to just glance at the color and know how many or few layers to put on before going outside. I was looking for a cool way to achieve the visual temperature display that would also be a fun and possibly challenging project. I decided on making an RGB LED Infinity Mirror controlled with Arduino.To start, I began with looking through instructables and I found two that served my purposes pretty well. The first was for a project that used temperature sensors and a transmitter/receiver combo to display temperature to an LCD screen. The second was a video on constructing an infinity mirror. This project will use a transmitter and a temperature sensor ...
Hello, everyone ! Today I am going to show you how to make An OpenSource Arduino UNO OLED Clock That Also Measures Temperature. This project is an OpenSource and it's open to everyone. It doesn't require any special engineer skills, and will take you less than couple of hours once you have all the parts you need. This clock will not only show you exact time and date but also it will show you the ambient temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius, with accuracy of 0.5°C (-25°C to +85°C) and with resolution of 0.0625°C. The pages are changing on every 10 seconds, but you can change that. The OLED we will use in this project is 1.3″ inch in size,monochrome blue in color, features 132×64 pixels and uses the SPI Bus. .The temperature sensor we will use is TMP102, it's very small on size, low on power and uses the ...
Of the many projects that you can build with the Raspberry Pi, one of the most interesting and permanently useful is the motion capture security system. All you need is the usual Raspberry Pi setup, a webcam and an optional battery pack, along with a nondescript case for concealing the security system. With this setup,
There are several way to build an affordable 3D scanner for your home. One way is to make photos (maybe even automatisied) from all sides of an object and let Autodesk 123D Catch do its magic. Another option is to use a depth camera like the Kinect and place your object on a rotating table and get depth images of all sides - great especially for a person scanner. A cheap option is using a line laser which enlights on line on a object, get a camera image of that line and then rotate the object a bit and repeat - until you get the 3D form out of this slices when you have rotated the obect by 360 degree.Francis Engelman build such a system as bachelor thesis at the media computing group of the RWTH Aachen - the so-called FabScan. It uses a basic webcam, an arduino for controlling ...
Setup Raspberry Pi to work with Adafruit's PiTFT display.This instructable uses a MacBook Pro and specialized USB cable instead of a monitor, keyboard and mouse to set up a Raspberry Pi. I am very excited by the PiTFT display and want to add it to many of my home automation projects. The first step is to get it running so I can add it to other projects. Project Goals: Set up Adafruit's PiTFT display to run on the Raspberry PiNotes: text enclosed in spades, like this ♣replace-this♣ should be replaced with an actual value I’ve attempted to credit every source used. My apologies for any omissions. $ indicates a command executed in a terminal window on the MacBook and usually is being executed on the Raspberry PiI tried unsuccessfully to get PiTFT to run on Diet-Pi
This instructable will show you how to make an Arduino web server that you can turn an led on and off and rotate a servo motor with an internet connection.You will need:1x Arduino Uno1x Ethernet Shield1x Ethernet Cable1x 220 Ohm Resistor1x LED1x Micro Servo Motor1x Breadboard Jumper Cables
Sick of listening to babbling DJs and want to broadcast your own radio station? Need a quick and easy solution to transmitting MP3s or Internet radio to your archaic in-car stereo system? Yet again, it is the Raspberry Pi will come to your rescue, with its previously unknown ability to broadcast on the FM band. Before proceeding,
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