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Line followers follow lines, right? But what if you put some LEDs on top and use long exposure? Well, you get this!
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Use voice command to turn LED on or off.
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Hi, what happens when you try to connect your project to the internet? Which error are you getting?
Hey, in order for the code to work properly, you need to first generate a request on circuito.io with this link https://www.circuito.io/app?selectedComponentsIds=10333&selectedComponentsIds=10333&selectedComponentsIds=10333&selectedComponentsIds=11021&selectedComponentsIds=611984&selectedComponentsIds=9442&utm_source=hackster
Then, after you do that, replace the void setup () and void loop () in the firmware with the code in the tutorial.
Hey John, sounds like a good plan :) The components aren't water proof, but make sure to cover the places you solder and use shrink isolation, leave only the FSR exposed and the rest put in a casing away from where the liquids are and it should be ok. We'd love to see how it turned out!
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