We recently put together a photo booth for a family party and thought others might be interested. We are therefore going to see how to build a photo booth with a Raspberry Pi, a Canon Selphi photo printer, two lights, and a Yocto-PowerRelay-V3.
Yoctopuce devices are well suited to quickly setup small custom automation solutions. This week, we had one more occasion of verifying this, as we were updating our component inventory system to improve its capabilities.
At Yoctopuce, we like to buy random sensors, just to check if we can make them work with Yoctopuce hardware. This week we chose the GY-US42V2 sold by Play-Zone.ch and referenced as a "SRF02".
At the beginning of the year, JFrog announced that they were going to close the JCenter repository on which our programming library was hosted, along with many others. We therefore decided to publish our Android programming library on Maven Central Repository, more commonly called mavenCentral. If you used our library with JCenter, the aim of this post is to help you to migrate your projects to the mavenCentral repository.
Five years after our first series of tests on the maximum number of USB sensors that we could use on a machine and on the efficiency of the different types of hubs to manage this type of traffic, we offer you a new series of tests to know whether the situation has evolved since 2016...
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