I’ve created another side project, this one focusing on the history of my high school. it can be found here:
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.
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While it can only start and stop playback, I still felt it worthy of documenting. I was trying to find a way to control my speakers with my new Amazon Echo Dot.
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I’ve started work on a library for the esp8266 in order to control lifx bulbs via the HTTP API. You can follow it’s progress here:
As of right now, it can only query the status of the bulbs, and find things like is it on or off/color/name that sort of thing. It can query the status of the bulb to find things like color/brightness/hue, as well as toggle the power.
Updated post about what I’ve since added here: http://www.joeybabcock.me/blog/arduino/arduino-esp8266-lifx-library-update-change-color-and-brightness-of-bulbs/
The esp serves up a web page that can be used to control your sonos from anything that can support a browser. It’s a work in progress, and I’ll keep updating as I see fit.
After watching Andreas Spiess’ video in which he demoed his live sub counter, I set off to build one of my own. For this I used: