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This tutorial opens the series of articles about "Project JiJi" and describes how to add autofocus to the 16 mm Telephoto Lens mounted on the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera. In the past months, I've been working on a project to add autofocus to the lens and this is the result:
Adding some background to this: The Raspberry Pi Foundation offers different Raspberry Pi Camera modules since 2013. The first module (5-megapixel) was produced in 2013, and an 8-megapixel module upgrade (...
Winter is coming and the air-quality inside a closed room could be an index used to estimate the amount of aerosols in it, and hence the risk of Covid-19 infection. In other words, a system of CO2 traffic lights could help to spot potential corona-aerosols!
Where there are many people in a room, there is a lot of exhalation (approx. eight liters of air per minute per nose). This air contains CO2 (carbon dioxide). Long before Covid-19, in Germany, the German Environment Agenc...
Last week, I've received a brand new M5Stack ATOM Echo parallel to the market launch (see Fig. 1). You might already know the M5Stack company. They make robust and open-source development kits with stackable modules. The kits allow you to make rapid and high-quality prototypes.
Today, the M5Stack launches the ATOM Echo. Check out this video, and see how it works with MicroPython:
M5Stack ATOM Echo
M5Stack ATOM Echo is a tiny programmable smart speaker and is part of the M5...
Spring in Europe has already started, and many people are having allergy problems. Therefore, I thought of making a project to measure air quality and collect this data to train a model that can tell me, when is the best time to open my apartment windows to let some fresh air into the apartment and thus minimize possible allergy attacks and sneezing! Like almost everyone right now (thanks to COVID-19), I'm working from home and this beautiful...
This tutorial is about programming the M5Stack Atom using MicroPython to transfer data to a LoRaWAN gateway. The gateway is then connected to the "The Things Network" (TTN) to process the data.
Before you start reading, check out the video of this setup!
The M5Stack ATOM Matrix is the most compact development board in the M5Stack development kit series with a size of only 24 x 24 x 14 mm and a weight of 14 g.
- 6 GPIO (Dupont Pins)
- GROVE/4Pin PH2.0 interface
- 5 x ...