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This looks fantastic. I'd love to build it, but the BOM is too high for me. I'd love to replicate it using cheaper motors, Pi and Arduino though!
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This is bloody brilliant matey.Where did you get the enclosure from?I'm after something very similar for a project.Cheers!
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This is great!I've got a few DIN Rail enclosures kicking about; may have to try something similar :-)
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I may be missing something, but where does it cover the actual building of the vacuum robot?
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I can help with code :-)
This is great!It would be awesome if you could work a Pi Zero into it; you could then load your tracks onto that I stead of needing a computer to play live. you could add a little screen and a few extra buttons to allow you to select your backing track etc.
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Hi thereOf course, that is certainly an option. You would just need to modify the code to monitor for keyboard presses rather than changes in state on the GPIO pins.
I really like this design. Great work man!Need to get some printed :-)
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Aaaahhhh, Boblight is one of the add ons I've been looking at! :-)
I think that's the way everyone starts innit :)That's how I learn; modify code to suit what you need accomplish, and while modifying learn how it works. I need to be working towards a goal to learn. This project, for example, was a friend's project that he was doing for college. I wanted to learn how to do the whole webserving and automation thing, so offered to help. I don't even have an aquarium at the minute ha ha!This particular project can be slightly modded to work for any kind of monitoring and automation. I can't wait to get this made and get a fully finished product!
I reckon I'll be at a point of happiness once I get the pcb made ha ha.Mate, you need to get your flat up on here for me to see :-PI love the idea of the ambilight notifications; I was looking to adding one to my TV (controlled by an add on available through Kodi on my android box) for the more conventional ambilight stuff, but really interested in stealing an idea or two from yours!
I like it! Simple and does the job! Exactly what I'm trying to achieve, just without the need of a PC to do the work.Next version I'm aiming to do well have a custom pcb containing the arduino nano, relay and sensor stuff, with optional sockets for a Pi Zero and an ESP8266.The Zero will run a full webserver (replacing the pc in your setup) and monitor many arduino units via i2c. the ESP will be there to either act as a webserver when there's no Pi Zero (if one unit is running in standalone, for example ) or to connect and stream data to an IoT site for data tracking via that method.That's the plan anyway :-D
Nice! I'm pretty new to the whole automation game so having fun learning from scratch in that sense. I enjoy writing in Python, so it made sense for me to use that for my automation processing. I stumbled across the Tornado module for Python, and it enables simple Webserver to be written really quite easily. mix that with the serial and i2c modules then I've got a great little script to handle user input and monitoring and communicating between devices.It won't take much to be able to schedule tasks as well as react to thresholds being set. It's a work in progress but I'm not too far off!
Thanks mate! Is your project documented on here toor? I'm very keen to get some input on this.If you're on Hackaday feel free to join the project :-)
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Hey ceafinThe switch on the power boost cuts power to both the 5v and raw outputs, so both the screen and the pi are powered off.Hope this helps!
That booster should work. Just make sure the 12v output is enough for your screen.
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You could use a VNC Server on the gaming PC, and a VNC Client on your phone/tablet to show your PC's screen?
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