Really Challenge

Introduction: Really Challenge

The modern world requires humans to step out of the physical and live within the digital.

With the appearance of Al and the proliferation of technology people put too much trust in the machine and believe it to always be correct.

“Really” is intended to shake this false trust through the creation of a fake lie detector test. People will easily believe that Really is working but when false answers are provided it will shake their blind trust in technology.

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Step 1: Step 1: Solder the Circuit

Because my works only has only one light, so it is very easy to solder. The main problem is at the beginning, I solder two light, but I did not cover exposure part immediately. So when the two wires part touch together. It short out.

Step 2: Step 2: Write the Code

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Step 2: Write the Code

/*********************************************************************

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*********************************************************************

/ This sketch is intended to be used with the NeoPixel control

// surface in Adafruit's Bluefruit LE Connect mobile application.

/

/ - Compile and flash this sketch to the nRF52 Feather

// - Open the Bluefruit LE Connect app

// - Switch to the NeoPixel utility

// - Click the 'connect' button to establish a connection and

// send the meta-data about the pixel layout

// - Use the NeoPixel utility to update the pixels on your device

/* NOTE: This sketch required at least version 1.1.0 of Adafruit_Neopixel !!! */

#include

#include

#include

#define NEOPIXEL_VERSION_STRING "Neopixel v2.0"

#define PIN 16 /* Pin used to drive the NeoPixels */

#define MAXCOMPONENTS 4

uint8_t *pixelBuffer = NULL;

uint8_t width = 0;

uint8_t height = 0;

uint8_t stride;

uint8_t componentsValue;

bool is400Hz;

uint8_t components = 3; // only 3 and 4 are valid values

Adafruit_NeoPixel neopixel = Adafruit_NeoPixel();

// BLE Service

BLEDfu bledfu;

BLEDis bledis;

BLEUart bleuart;

void setup()

{

Serial.begin(115200);

while ( !Serial ) delay(10); // for nrf52840 with native usb

Serial.println("Adafruit Bluefruit Neopixel Test");

Serial.println("--------------------------------");

Serial.println();

Serial.println("Please connect using the Bluefruit Connect LE application");

// Config Neopixels

neopixel.begin();

// Init Bluefruit

Bluefruit.begin();

Bluefruit.setTxPower(4); // Check bluefruit.h for supported values

Bluefruit.setName("Bluefruit52");

Bluefruit.Periph.setConnectCallback(connect_callback);

// To be consistent OTA DFU should be added first if it exists

bledfu.begin();

// Configure and Start Device Information Service

bledis.setManufacturer("Adafruit Industries");

bledis.setModel("Bluefruit Feather52");

bledis.begin();

// Configure and start BLE UART service

bleuart.begin();

// Set up and start advertising

startAdv();

}

void startAdv(void)

{

// Advertising packet

Bluefruit.Advertising.addFlags(BLE_GAP_ADV_FLAGS_LE_ONLY_GENERAL_DISC_MODE);

Bluefruit.Advertising.addTxPower();

// Include bleuart 128-bit uuid

Bluefruit.Advertising.addService(bleuart);

// Secondary Scan Response packet (optional)

// Since there is no room for 'Name' in Advertising packet

Bluefruit.ScanResponse.addName();

/* Start Advertising

* - Enable auto advertising if disconnected

* - Interval: fast mode = 20 ms, slow mode = 152.5 ms

* - Timeout for fast mode is 30 seconds

* - Start(timeout) with timeout = 0 will advertise forever (until connected)

*

* For recommended advertising interval

* https://developer.apple.com/library/content/qa/qa1931/_index.html

*/

Bluefruit.Advertising.restartOnDisconnect(true);

Bluefruit.Advertising.setInterval(32, 244); // in unit of 0.625 ms

Bluefruit.Advertising.setFastTimeout(30); // number of seconds in fast mode

Bluefruit.Advertising.start(0); // 0 = Don't stop advertising after n seconds

}

void connect_callback(uint16_t conn_handle)

{

// Get the reference to current connection

BLEConnection* connection = Bluefruit.Connection(conn_handle);

char central_name[32] = { 0 };

connection->getPeerName(central_name, sizeof(central_name));

Serial.print("Connected to ");

Serial.println(central_name);

Serial.println("Please select the 'Neopixels' tab, click 'Connect' and have fun");

}

void loop()

{

// Echo received data

if ( Bluefruit.connected() && bleuart.notifyEnabled() )

{

int command = bleuart.read();

switch (command) {

case 'V': { // Get Version

commandVersion();

break;

}

case 'S': { // Setup dimensions, components, stride...

commandSetup();

break;

}

case 'C': { // Clear with color

commandClearColor();

break;

}

case 'B': { // Set Brightness

commandSetBrightness();

break;

}

case 'P': { // Set Pixel

commandSetPixel();

break;

}

case 'I': { // Receive new image

commandImage();

break;

}

}

}

}

void swapBuffers()

{

uint8_t *base_addr = pixelBuffer;

int pixelIndex = 0;

for (int j = 0; j < height; j++)

{

for (int i = 0; i < width; i++) {

if (components == 3) {

neopixel.setPixelColor(pixelIndex, neopixel.Color(*base_addr, *(base_addr+1), *(base_addr+2)));

}

else {

neopixel.setPixelColor(pixelIndex, neopixel.Color(*base_addr, *(base_addr+1), *(base_addr+2), *(base_addr+3) ));

}

base_addr+=components;

pixelIndex++;

}

pixelIndex += stride - width; // Move pixelIndex to the next row (take into account the stride)

}

neopixel.show();

}

void commandVersion() {

Serial.println(F("Command: Version check"));

sendResponse(NEOPIXEL_VERSION_STRING);

}

void commandSetup() {

Serial.println(F("Command: Setup"));

width = bleuart.read();

height = bleuart.read();

stride = bleuart.read();

componentsValue = bleuart.read();

is400Hz = bleuart.read();

neoPixelType pixelType;

pixelType = componentsValue + (is400Hz ? NEO_KHZ400 : NEO_KHZ800);

components = (componentsValue == NEO_RGB || componentsValue == NEO_RBG || componentsValue == NEO_GRB || componentsValue == NEO_GBR || componentsValue == NEO_BRG || componentsValue == NEO_BGR) ? 3:4;

Serial.printf("\tsize: %dx%d\n", width, height);

Serial.printf("\tstride: %d\n", stride);

Serial.printf("\tpixelType %d\n", pixelType);

Serial.printf("\tcomponents: %d\n", components);

if (pixelBuffer != NULL) {

delete[] pixelBuffer;

}

uint32_t size = width*height;

pixelBuffer = new uint8_t[size*components];

neopixel.updateLength(size);

neopixel.updateType(pixelType);

neopixel.setPin(PIN);

// Done

sendResponse("OK");

}

void commandSetBrightness() {

Serial.println(F("Command: SetBrightness"));

// Read value

uint8_t brightness = bleuart.read();

// Set brightness

neopixel.setBrightness(brightness);

// Refresh pixels

swapBuffers();

// Done

sendResponse("OK");

}

void commandClearColor() {

Serial.println(F("Command: ClearColor"));

// Read color

uint8_t color[MAXCOMPONENTS];

for (int j = 0; j < components;) {

if (bleuart.available()) {

color[j] = bleuart.read();

j++;

}

}

// Set all leds to color

int size = width * height;

uint8_t *base_addr = pixelBuffer;

for (int i = 0; i < size; i++) {

for (int j = 0; j < components; j++) {

*base_addr = color[j];

base_addr++;

}

}

// Swap buffers

Serial.println(F("ClearColor completed"));

swapBuffers();

if (components == 3) {

Serial.printf("\tclear (%d, %d, %d)\n", color[0], color[1], color[2] );

}

else {

Serial.printf("\tclear (%d, %d, %d, %d)\n", color[0], color[1], color[2], color[3] );

}

// Done

sendResponse("OK");

}

void commandSetPixel() {

Serial.println(F("Command: SetPixel"));

// Read position

uint8_t x = bleuart.read();

uint8_t y = bleuart.read();

// Read colors

uint32_t pixelOffset = y*width+x;

uint32_t pixelDataOffset = pixelOffset*components;

uint8_t *base_addr = pixelBuffer+pixelDataOffset;

for (int j = 0; j < components;) {

if (bleuart.available()) {

*base_addr = bleuart.read();

base_addr++;

j++;

}

}

// Set colors

uint32_t neopixelIndex = y*stride+x;

uint8_t *pixelBufferPointer = pixelBuffer + pixelDataOffset;

uint32_t color;

if (components == 3) {

color = neopixel.Color( *pixelBufferPointer, *(pixelBufferPointer+1), *(pixelBufferPointer+2) );

Serial.printf("\tcolor (%d, %d, %d)\n",*pixelBufferPointer, *(pixelBufferPointer+1), *(pixelBufferPointer+2) );

}

else {

color = neopixel.Color( *pixelBufferPointer, *(pixelBufferPointer+1), *(pixelBufferPointer+2), *(pixelBufferPointer+3) );

Serial.printf("\tcolor (%d, %d, %d, %d)\n", *pixelBufferPointer, *(pixelBufferPointer+1), *(pixelBufferPointer+2), *(pixelBufferPointer+3) );

}

neopixel.setPixelColor(neopixelIndex, color);

neopixel.show();

// Done

sendResponse("OK");

}

void commandImage() {

Serial.printf("Command: Image %dx%d, %d, %d\n", width, height, components, stride);

// Receive new pixel buffer

int size = width * height;

uint8_t *base_addr = pixelBuffer;

for (int i = 0; i < size; i++) {

for (int j = 0; j < components;) {

if (bleuart.available()) {

*base_addr = bleuart.read();

base_addr++;

j++;

}

}

/*

if (components == 3) {

uint32_t index = i*components;

Serial.printf("\tp%d (%d, %d, %d)\n", i, pixelBuffer[index], pixelBuffer[index+1], pixelBuffer[index+2] );

}

*/

}

// Swap buffers

Serial.println(F("Image received"));

swapBuffers();

// Done

sendResponse("OK");

}

void sendResponse(char const *response) {

Serial.printf("Send Response: %s\n", response);

bleuart.write(response, strlen(response)*sizeof(char));

}

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