Tag: raspberry pi
Android Things | 3 min | 1372
I had some humidity problems in the basement and I thought I can buy a dehumidifier. I bought this one on banggood Dehumidifier 500ml. I knew they are not good enough, but I wanted to try.
This type of dehumidifier uses a peltier element to cool an alumium disipator (peltier cool side), which condenses the humidity. The condensed humidity drips into a water tank until it is full. Then, a switch is triggered and the system stops. The peltier hot side has a bigger disipator and together with a fan disipate the generated heat.
Code: https://goo.gl/CPGcYK Eagle: https://goo.gl/xFcc24
Android Things | 1 min | 631
I've recently updated the code for the communication between the raspberry pi v3 and the rf24l01+ module using android things (0.)4.1.
You need the following things:
nRF24Things: https://goo.gl/SNnhxq Android Things (0.) 4.1
You can find more info about the project on https://goo.gl/XsRJtI .
Android Things | 6 min | 2483
I've just uploaded the Java codes for the
rf24Meshthat work with Android Things. This time I didn't write a library because I thought it was better to upload an Android project that can be opened with Android Studio (>2.2.3) and directly started on the Raspberry Pi. I think this can also work with NXP Pico i.MX6UL and Intel® Edison with minor modifications (especially in the
Out with the old, in with the new: may you be happy the whole year through!!!
Happy New Year!
This week has been a very busy one for me. But 2017 starts, and I have some new codes to publish!
How I start? Ok, I've been working (may be playing) with Android Things using a Raspberry Pi v3, and I've been rewriting some of my libraries!.
First, I thought, let's try SWIG and wrap the C/C++ codes to use them with Java. But, then I realized, that I needed a wrapper in wrapper, which I think is not possib...