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I decided to remove the chore of opening and closing curtains. This means running into every room in the house 730 fewer times a year! (Not to mention it's super cool). Once setup you can also add routines in Alexa to have your curtains work in tandem with other devices in your house.
With this project, you will get a brief explanation about what's PowerShell, why I'm using it and how you also use it on your projects.
I will guide you through how you can install PowerShell on RaspberryPi, getting started with it, and write a function to get temperature!
The Instructable Robot, dressed as a ghost, almost loses his head for Halloween!In real life, you don't see the black bars (they are the result of filming a strobe light). This is the same mechanism as "https://www.electromaker.io/project/view/zoetrope", using a different animation.