As I am writing these lines the parts needed to build the plant watering slowly come in. Parts Moisture Sensor For the moisture sensors, I choose the cheap “Capacitive Soil Moisture Sensor v1.2” from DIY More. I don’t know if
Did you ever found yourself copy and pasting commands from the archlinux wiki to get your system on disk? I also did that a couple of times for install virtual machines on our hypervisor at work. Sometimes i leave out
Today someone asked me if I could design and print him some parts for his Volkswagen T6. The part was not very difficult and was built in Fusion 360 very fast. The bottom part was sketched out and revolved, leaving
This type of post is not a manual or an in-depth explanation of the project. It’s more like a general overview of the functions provided by it and how it can be extended. But first, let me explain the situation.
In the last part, we talked about the basic concept of the plant watering project. Now we go into more detail about the implementation. Before we write the whole program we need to understand how every part works in order
Watering my plants is an irritating task. I often forget it and my plants are not very forgiving in this regard. Being a maker and computer science student I thought about a self-watering system for the plants on my balcony.
For an upcoming project, I needed to compile my own version of upstream u-boot. If you didn’t know I already: u-boot is a small cross-platform bootloader especially designed to work in restricted environments like embedded systems. I choose Arch Linux