I am targeting a fun Christmas project every year. This year I got an idea from 2015, who remembers Netflix socks? This project are on my stack of projects “to be done” and this year I decided to run my Christmas version of Netflix socks, using Espruino of course, and I would like to share with you.
Article about the project: https://microhobby.com.br/blog/2019/12/26/netflix-christmas-iot-socks/
Github repo: https://github.com/microhobby/EspruinoProjects/tree/master/christmasSocks
Thanks and Merry Christmas 🎄
Cool socks :)
You are using Visual Studio Code app for development, do you like to share the steps for integration with Espruino?
Very creative... restless leg syndrome comes though a bit in the way: never sleep detection.
Reading and interpreting motion sensor data is quite a challenge. I tried ball tilt sensors... pretty difficult... crazy bouncy... mercury tilt sensor do a bit better... but may be you go for using (Micro) Tensorflow and specific model to get a more precise handle on it. After all, you should still be able to walk around and even Waltz Dancing to the Vienna Philharmonics on New Years Day Concert while controlling the Audio and Video... a lot that is asked for... - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna_New_Year%27s_Concert
Again: Thank you very much, @matheuscastello, for bringing light and laughter into the dark and quite nerd world!
That looks great! Thanks for posting it up!
A thousand pardons for the delay in the response! It seems that I appear here once a year 🤣. And last year with all this pandemic situation, I didn't do my annual Espruino Christmas project.
In the integration it was just a script that glued the js files into one and sent it to Espruino using nodejs cli. I think the script is on the github, so you have to configure VS Code's launch.json to call the script when pressing F5.
😂😂 yeah, true that would be a problem!
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