Stressed was I ere I saw dessertS.
I’m working on a project that will include using LEDs as light sensors, and one of the first tasks is to learn a bit more about the wavelengths of light that are emitted by an array of LEDs. Since I’ve recently created a Mathematica interface to an Ocean Optics spectrometer (on a Raspberry Pi, naturally), the first task was pretty straightforward.Continue reading
The graphics in this post will no longer work now that I have started a new project with this particle.
Now that I’ve mastered (!) publishing sensor readings from a Particle device and visualizing them with ThingSpeak, it’s time to step up my game a little bit. I have an old BMP180 temperature and pressure sensor that I thought was toast. I’m glad I didn’t throw it out because it seems to be working well.
I was interested in this sensor because it reports two values. If I want to send both values to ThingSpeak using the Particle tutorial, I would have to set up two webhooks (and possibly two channels). That seems like a lot of work. I sought an alternative. The particle community has several discussions (such as this one) that show how to do it.Continue reading
With surprisingly few problems, I have been able to set up a mesh network with a node that is monitoring the temperature of my house. AND I figured out a way to show it dynamically on a web page:
Read on to see the workflowContinue reading
I am continuing my exploration of the particle devices. This time, I have a Xenon that is connected to a TMP36 temperature sensor sitting in my office at home. Every second, it updates a variable on the cloud that contains the current temperature of my office.Continue reading