Get an input for your Arduino from the cloud without taking care of server side.
by Jaume Miralles
Publish your Arduino input in real-time so it can be accessible on the internet without taking care of server side.
Python does the image processing, Arduino controls the servos.
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This project uses Arduino as the controller of robots, cameras, and motor drivers to control propeller motion.
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Has your phone ever told you that it rained and you didn't water your plants and then it actually didn't and your plants died? Never Again!
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Hola, Goyobl. Me temo que "vector" no es ningún archivo o directorio relacionado con este experimento. Quizás se esté refiriendo a otra cosa de tu entorno local. No creo que pueda ayudarte mucho más con tan pocos datos, lo siento.
Hi, Aviator. Thanks!
At the moment I'm not familiar with NodeMCU so I didn't make a library specifically for it.
In the end the circusofthings is independent of the languages coded in the things that are connected. The only concept to implement is the commands in the REST API (https://circusofthings.com/implement_rest.jsp). So, if you are able to code in NodeMCU those few commands you don't need a library or you can build your own. If you decide to try it, please let me know and we will help the ones that are yet to come with the same question.
You can "manually" visualize the graphical timeline in your userarea and download a csv with all the historical timestamp/value pairs of any signal you have access to.
But if you mean pull the timestamp everytime when you read a single value, no, this is not available. I think you may want to get that timestamp locally for each read.
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