Control Home Appliance With Raspberry Pi Using Django

Control Home Appliance With Raspberry Pi Using Django

“Introduction:In this project we are going to switch on the home appliance from remote location using web services. In this we are going to use one raspberry pi interfacing with 4 bulb using relay module with low level trigger. Each bulb is connect in each corner like right, left, top, button. We can trigger the relay from anywhere in …

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The Pi Guardian

The Pi Guardian

“Have you ever wanted to catch that one person who keeps stealing your Halloween candy? Or what about that annoying roommate who won’t leave your fridge alone? By using a Raspberry Pi 3, Pi Camera, and PIR sensor, all of that is now possible. Simply put it in a location you want monitored and get emailed with an attached …

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SPHAERA

SPHAERA

“Creators:Deepika Dipesh, Ebba Tornrhielm, Jenny Hanell & Xiangyi Wu What is Sphaera?Sphaera is inspired by the traditional crystal ball that gives the user a glimpse into the future. However, instead of foretelling big happenings in life, Sphaera reveals the weather forecast for the next twelve hours. It is designed to be a stationary artifact in the home environment, such …

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Using Flask to Send Data to a Raspberry Pi

Using Flask to Send Data to a Raspberry Pi

“In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to send data from cheap WiFi nodes to a Raspberry Pi over an internal WiFi network. It relies on the Flask framework for Python, which is a relatively simple-to-use method of creating a web application that can execute Python scripts. We’ll use a Raspberry Pi 3 and SparkFun ESP8266 Thing to …

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Driving the focus stacking rail using a Raspberry Pi

Driving the focus stacking rail using a Raspberry Pi

“The Raspberry Pi drives the focus stacking rail to achieve tiny micron movements of the camera towards the photographic subject. Hardware This project is a sub-section of my larger project on focus stacking of fern gametophytes. This section explains what hardware is required for a Raspberry Pi-driven system, and how it is all wired up. We are only covering the …

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