IoT

Image recognition using Movidius Neural Compute Stick on a Raspberry Pi Zero W

Let’s build a security camera using Raspberry Pi Zero W and Movidius Neural Compute Stick to recognize a “person” on the video stream PiCamMovidius Set up NCSDK API Install required packages on Pi sudo apt-get install -y libusb-1.0-0-dev libprotobuf-dev libleveldb-dev libsnappy-dev libopencv-dev libhdf5-serial-dev protobuf-compiler libatlas-base-dev git automake byacc lsb-release cmake libgflags-dev libgoogle-glog-dev liblmdb-dev swig3.0 graphviz …

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MeshyMcLighting: NeoPixels lighting solution using Mesh Network

Idea: Wouldn’t be cool for many McLighting (RGB LED lighting using NeoPixels) to talk to each other and synchronize? Implementation: Here is my naive attempt at this, which requires McLighting to be served as stand-alone web-client. Link: https://github.com/toblum/McLighting/tree/experimental/Arduino/MeshyMcLighting Features Uses painlessMesh to create mesh network and broadcasts state to every node Does not need WiFi connection …

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Stock Prediction on Python using Machine Learning (NARX)

Here is a naive attempt at predicting a particular stock’s price and displaying it on a ESP8266. This algorithm is not the best one out there, but what is being shown here is the ability to port it elsewhere and easily integrate these complex models with micro-controllers (ESP8266) and other devices. GitHub: https://github.com/debsahu/StockPredictionPython Install MATLAB 2017a …

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Talking to Twitter using TwitterWebAPI for ESP8266

Idea: Use ESP8266 to talk to Twitter Get User Data or Tweet or Search Twitter Display the data on a Dot-Matrix display Implementation: I created an Arduino library to talk to Twitter using its Web API made for ESP8266. There are other approaches like using a bearer token arduino-twitter-api, but comes with limitations in terms of not being …

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