E-mail watch

The aim of this project is automatically checking emails and showing the presence of new messages with different LED colors corresponding to different Gmail labels. The final product is a USB powered, WiFi connected, 3d printed small box with beautifully colored LEDs. You can place it anywhere there is a WiFi signal, and check your mailbox …

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Time Machine

After finishing my first entry for this competition where I almost missed the deadline.. I realised I had another whole month as the deadline was pushed back. So what better way to continue my learning than to build something for the other category using the Alexa Voice Service! Trying to wrack my brain for ideas.. …

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Micropython leak detector with Adafruit and Home-assistant

Introduction After experiencing both a new boiler AND a washing machine leak in the same weekend I searched online for a network connected water leak detector. I wanted a device I could integrate into my home automaton system so I could both continually monitor the status of the detector (battery level etc.) and receive notifications. …

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Runnerpi: a wifi-streaming POV camera

For my IRL game The Chase, I need multiple, body-mountable, wifi-connected, live-streaming cameras. Requirements: real time streaming on demand – meaning I can switch it on remotely decent picture (hd not required…yet) mount to body or objects via gopro accessories available via local wifi network battery-operated LATEST RASPI: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B live streaming …

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