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A weather station with MQTT and Node-Red

By thibaut, in DIY and Internet of Things, december 07,2018.

We already discussed home-made weather stations in our blog, but none before had this "pagoda" design or used this messaging protocol. That's why we are writing a new post. The aim of this "low cost" weather station is to build it with materials as basic as possible

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What is the consumption of my workbench?

By Thibaut, in DIY and Measures, november 16,2018.

Electric consumption has been at the heart of the news in recent years. Being great fans of graphs and measurements, we propose a small system allowing you to follow in real time the electric consumption of a workbench. As I am new here at Yoctopuce, I was appointed guinea pig to do it my own way, while discovering Yoctopuce modules at the same time.

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Detecting and filming the passage of a bike

By seb, in DIY, september 14,2018.

When you jump with a mountain bike and you want to improve, it's convenient to film yourself so as notice your own errors. If there are several people, it's easy to give your smart phone to a friend and ask him to film you. But when you are alone, you must trigger the camera, climb back on your bike, jump, and then stop the camera. It's tedious, and you then have long minutes on video that you need to cut. This week, we are going to automate all this with our DIY project.

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Automated brightness control for the Raspberry Pi

By martinm, in DIY and Programming, july 27,2018.

Among the accessories available for the Raspberry Pi, the TFT touch display is quite interesting. By combining it with a dedicated enclosure, one gets a tiny all-in-one computer, well suited to monitor various sensors. We like it even more since our YoctoVisualization app now runs on Linux :-) There is only one minor issue with it: brightness control...


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A secret box, Yoctopuce style

By martinm, in DIY, may 18,2018.

Do you remember the GT-521F52 fingerprint reader that we tested three weeks ago? We found a nice and fun application for it...

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