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  • Dynamic Triangle Art 8 months ago

    Sorry, I cannot offer much help without a lot more information. You might try reinstalling the NeoPixel library. You might benefit from experimenting with a single LED and the NeoPixel library and just get that one to work. Chances are you find out what is wrong in the process.

  • Controlling Traffic Lights with Micro Speech 9 months ago

    Thanks for sharing your experiences, Mandy. I have been wading through the TinyML book myself. A whole lot of new stuff and new tools to digest at once. I have experienced some of the same frustrations you've had, but am gradually making progress. I got the MicroSpeech app running on a Nano 33 BLE Sense and just getting it to respond to Yes and No felt like an accomplishment. I may publish something on my own progress when I get further along! Thanks again.

  • Tiny Internet Weather Station 9 months ago

    I should have pointed out in my original write-up that barometric pressure is normally reported corrected to sea level. At higher elevations, barometric pressure obviously drops, so to correct values from the sensor to their equivalent reading at sea level, you must add in a value to the measured value of roughly 1 inch Hg for every 1000 feet of elevation. In my own code attached, you will see I added 1.3 to compensate for my own elevation of 1300 ft. above sea level. You will want to change this value to match your own elevation. The 1" Hg per 1000 feet is just a rough estimate. If you want a precise correction, there are tables online that will give you the exact correction for your elevation.

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