Monthly Archives: October 2014

Linino Web Thermostat

    We build an automatic system to maintain constant the temperature of the house. We will use a temperature sensor that constantly inform us of changes in temperature. To activate the system, we use a web interface, also made ​​compatible with..

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    Your Baby is under control with Linino

      We imagined a system for controlling the sleep of an infant, through the use of a number of sensors that we will now describe. A flex sensor place in the cradle, monitors the movements and an sound sensor measures the..

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      Playing with Light Sensors

        We like the music and this is why we propose another musical project. The idea is pretty simple, using a light sensor and take advantage of their status change to execute commands from the terminal, or be performed by an..

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        Ask Wolfram and Answers Linino!

          Ask for something and get back answers. This is what we want from our Linino One in this example. Depending on the voice request, we will get a proper response, made available by Wolfram Alpha site. Everything we need: Linino..

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          Linino ONE Web Radio – by Mik

            Wake Up Linino ONE makers! Our very own developer, Mik, has a new special project using Linino ONE, Ideino, and Node.js The Web Radio with Linino ONE The easy explanation: Mik is using a circuit board emanating a wireless signal..

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            Irrigate according to weather conditions

              We automate our system to water the garden, taking into consideration the weather in our city. We are going to get the data from the Internet, you need to know the chance of precipitation. We will ensure that at a..

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