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Hi there! For using only three displays, you’ll have to change the last parameter of LedControl (the number of displays). Another minor changes on the code might be needed (initialization od the LEDs for instance).
I’ve never tested it with a 16x16 Display. Apparently this library works only with 8x8 modules.
Hi there! I don't know how to add video integration. Thingspeak allow you to add a Youtube link on your Thingspeak channel. I don't know if it works if you add a link to a Youtube live video, for instance.
Regarding the CO2 sensors, what's the troubles you're facing? :)
After it's uploaded to Thingspeak platform, it's available in a few seconds. In my code, the time between samples is configurable (I used 30 seconds between samples).
I think it will be easy to add a CO2 sensor. Regarding the camera, will it be connected to the Arduino?
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