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/
This one has been in the works since right when the song came out. I’ve been working on it since then.
I also set up my launchpad to mirror Synthesia’s notes.
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.
Rather than finish my Vocab activities for English, I decided to remake the intro to Theory of Everything by DJ Nate in FL Studio.
I figured I should probably start posting the occasional videos I make for different usually school related functions.
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:
This is one that I actually didn’t plan on doing(I still have two others that were in the works before this one…) but I just got really into it after a friend showed it to me (Thanks Jeff 🙂
This is a walkthrough/how-to for Activity 1.2.3 Creating Mobile Apps.
This requires you to have done the steps shown here first: http://www.joeybabcock.me/blog/pltw/pltw-activity-1-2-2-introducing-app-inventor-walkthrough/
Go to “Blocks” on the top right corner.
Hello, this is a walk through for activity 1.2.2: “Activity 1.2.2 Introducing App Inventor”.
First, start by downloading this file: http://joeybabcock.me/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/color_chooser_stage.aia
I’ve created a new wiki for anytime I need a wiki for something, it is located at http://www.joeybabcock.me/wiki/ and currently only has information about mods on the Impact Hacked Client for Minecraft.