Keep track of the number of days till Christmas in a fun new way.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
Time-saving button designed to automatically leave a game of SC2. Options available to suit any state of mind.
What happens when the humidifier for your CPAP runs dry in the night? It isn't pleasant. Let's fix this.
Project in progress by Scott Clandinin
Thanks! I used the arduino just so it would be easy to interface with the LCD. That and the fact that i haven't actually tried a standalone esp project before. So mostly laziness! Haha. Good luck to you!
Hey thanks! I added in a bit of a write up to this, see towards the end of the details. To sum it up I just used one of those cheap-o IR remotes, found the remote transmitter was garbage, and tried out a regular TV remote instead. I think most remotes use the same frequency, and the IR receiver from that cheap set was able to read the regular remotes.
If you're using a regular remote and still getting poor results, you likely need to find a receiver that is meant for the frequency of the remote. I think most remotes are 38kHz. Let me know if you have any other questions.
No big attempts at it yet, I'm saving that for the finishing touches just in case it gets banged up a bit more during the design process.
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