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Hi, you can't do that with the current version, but you can edit the source code in order to control more arduinos. Depending on what you are trying to achieve, this can be done in very little time. If you only want to connect to another Arduino (2 arduinos at different COM Ports) then you just need to create another serial com instance (with name f.e. "arduino2") and just go to every place where it says "arduino" and copy the same line but writting "arduino2". I don't have time right now as I am really busy but later on I will try to add that feature.
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Hi. You have two ways of connecting this sensor to a raspberry pi. The most easy one, using an arduino (or similar microcontroller) as the brain of the sensor, and connect it to the rpi via any bus (I2C, SPI, 1WI, UART, or even your own protocol). The other way that I think of is using the rpi as the brain, but for that you will need at least 6 pins (if you charlieplex or multiplex the IR LEDs) or 8 pins and you need to port the code. As I have never had a rpi, I can't help you coding, but I can answer any question you may have.This is my email if you want to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.orgNicolas.
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