I’ve created another side project, this one focusing on the history of my high school. it can be found here:
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I am in the process of redesigning this site, both for ease of use and also to allow me to better present myself. I am hoping to add a comment section to allow people to communicate with me without having to email me. I have also had several people reaching out to ask further questions or to get help implementing my code in their own projects. I hope to complete this within the next two weeks but I also have a lot of college stuff that I need to finish first so that deadline may not be met.
I have since talked to James Fieberg, physics teacher and science department chair at Sage Creek High School, in an attempt to give my project a little more of a focus. I haven’t really had a definite goal with this project other than to create and help people create as well. (See Rest of Post…)
After working on my garage door opener for a bit, I’m not attempting to add Infrared support to it so that it can be able to control devices such as tv’s or for example Mrs. Kuehl’s projector. I am hoping that the ESP32 api adds support for infrared natively soon so that I can accomplish this without having to bitbang a protocol because that always ends up being a really ghetto solution. I also am hoping to add a little better of a way to control devices over the internet because as of right now it requires a messy solution of port fowarding your router which I doubt many people know how to do that.
Displays the live subscriber counter on the built in IL9341 display. The M5 stack is based on the ESP32.
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Over the last 2 weeks, I redesigned sagexc.com from this:
To the responsive design it now presents:
The displays are hooked up to the D1 mini in the same way as in this tutorial.
The code can be found on github.