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Absolutely - you can use any display that has an HDMI input (or DVI/VGA with an adapter). In my case we're using a 32" TV mounted on the wall.The Raspberry Pi 3 has wireless built in. You could set it up to read from a USB flash drive, but you'd have to know some linux commands and shell scripting to do that.I'd be happy to send you my script. I'd even put it here if I could figure out how to format it properly.
Here's my script for comparison:<pre>livestreamer $STREAM best --player omxplayer --fifo >> /home/pi/window.out &</pre>
Great minds and all that...I did something similar for a co-worker who has a windowless office. My script pulls random stream URLs from a separate file, and rotates what's shown every 45 minutes (changeable in the script of course).
Also, consider incorporating https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino/tree/master/lib...into your sketch. It lets you do updates over the air instead of having to plug in each time. The ESP8266 board appears in your Port list as a network port.
Great project! How did you do the multi-color print? Do you have the stl files in separate pieces?
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Cool trick.... But did you say "fox" gems? Faux is a French word, pronounced like "foe".
This is likely an environment error - make sure you're using the Dev Terminal from the desktop, and not a regular terminal from the menu or menu bar. The PATH is different.
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My _player.py line (line 46) looks like this:'-D', 'sysdefault:CARD=1',
If it can play and record then it should work. The audio check script might have to be modified to work with your audio settings. I modified the "voice-recognizer-raspi/src/aiy/_drivers/_player.py" script by adding 'sysdefault:CARD=1' after the -D option for aplay in place of what was there already; you may need to use CARD=0 or CARD=2, and you may also have to modify the arecord line in a similar fashion.
Forgot to add that the other script is "voice-recognizer-raspi/src/aiy/_drivers/_recorder.py" and the CARD line is line 67 on my copy.
What's the output of 'aplay -l'?
I got it working with an external speaker plugged into the Pi's audio out, but I have a USB speaker that I'd rather use. However, it seems like the VoiceHAT part is tightly connected to using the bcm2835 module. Are there guidelines somewhere that I could use to change things around, or do you have any ideas of how to proceed? My USB speaker does appear in the ALSA device list, and I can play audio through it.
Thanks, got it to work by modifying the /etc/asound.conf file (and .asoudrc for good measure) and the "voice-recognizer-raspi/src/aiy/_drivers/_player.py" script by adding 'sysdefault:CARD=1' after the -D option for aplay in place of what was there already.
Is your Python script for mapping the polar data to LEDs available for download?
Why do you separate touchPin and touchPinPullup (and same with mag)? Why not just use one declaration for each as INPUT_PULLUP? Then you wouldn't need to digitalWrite them HIGH either. Or does the ATTiny not support INPUT_PULLUP?
Just got my 1.0 boards; have already built one of the 0.1 boards but lost my magnets so had to order more...thanks for creating the boards. These are awesome gifts.FYI, the 1.0 boards still say CR1220 on the silkscreen.
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Ummm...yeah, I forgot that I have a lipo battery shield I usually use. Maybe an Adafruit Feather Huzzah? They definitely have the charging circuit built-in.
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