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Good idea, however as I actually built two, I wanted that to be flexible.Now if that's a wireless Xbox controller, this makes a wireless Neo Geo controller I guess, sweet :)
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Hi mosix,I had a look at OpenHAB but preferred PiDome GUI.Note that I'm making efforts mainly on devices using MQTT (thus Homie for ESP8266 involvement).For the time being, it is more a personal preference. I'll probably work on a deeper instructable for this matter. However I feel like OpenHAB is slightly more complex when dealing with automation rules.Final note, I'm also trying to use a RPi as much as possible since it is already available (and underused) for the Garage Opener.
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Hello,I'm having a look at "how to start" (even tough I've already read quite a lot now).My first test would be to create a ESP8266 based IR HVAC controller. My main steps would be (as my own learning curve) :1/ Measure a NodeMCU v3 and related components I want to pack2/ Design an enclosure for all that3/ 3D Print itI'm specifically worried about precise placement of holes/connectors and the likes.I've found out that FreeCAD could be used. Anyone having a link to some tutorial on how to actually go from a design/idea/existing piece of hardware to an actual precise 3D model?I might start by modeling the actual pieces I want to use and later on fit that into some design.
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