Hi ! Another fast post to cover a super important scenario: Connect to a Wifi network in the Wio Terminal. The code and implementation are extremely simple for this, and with a couple of lines of code, we can connect and also display the local IP. Source Code As usual, the full code is below … Continue reading #WioTerminal – Connecting to Wifi 📶, display local IP and get ready for Azure ☁️ scenarios !
Hi ! One of the amazing libraries we have to work with the Wio Terminal is one to create charts. And with, only 20 lines of code (or maybe more), we can create a simple app like this one with 3 bars, and every time you press one Button in the Wio Terminal, the bar … Continue reading #WioTerminal – Buttons and Charts time 📊📉📊
Hi ! I'll keep this as a reference post for 1st steps developing apps for WioTerminal. And I'll share the necessary steps for a Hello World app using a countdown and my office! Developer Environment: Arduino IDE This one is easy, we can use the Arduino IDE. Bonus lesson learned here. It's important to uninstall … Continue reading #WioTerminal – 1st steps 👣, developer steps !
Hi ! Today I'll share another cool sample using moviepy, and I'll also use scikit-image to add some extra effects. This one is again based on the cat videos, and perform this steps: Using the cat video, open 3 video objects with different segments: 1-2 seconds, 2-4 seconds, 4-6 secondsResize each video to be smallerApply … Continue reading #Python 🐍 – concatenate video and add blur effect 🎦 using moviepy and scikit-image
Hi ! Today I'll share another cool sample using moviepy. This one is easy and based on previous posts: Open video and resize to 460Open video, resize to 460 and speed to x4Stack both videosExport to Gif The code is super simple https://gist.github.com/elbruno/6a228086d5840570f68c7eaa4c1a3568 Super, easy. It and the output is a 2MB gif file. Source … Continue reading #Python 🐍 – change video speed in a more complex scenario 🎦 using moviepy
Hi ! Today I'll share another cool sample using moviepy. This one is easy: create a gif from a video file. And in this scenario, I added some extra features Use the Video frames from seconds 1 to 5Resize the output to 50% of the original file The code is super simple https://gist.github.com/elbruno/6acd7aa765cca87642e2ccf047a65720 Super, easy. … Continue reading #Python 🐍 – 2 lines to create a gif from a video 🎦 using moviepy
Hi ! Today I'll share another cool Python library: moviepy. And, as usual let's share the code, the best way to explain part of this library capabilities https://gist.github.com/elbruno/b1ecf3f24b211e4fd0c860cf96d2f2b3 Super, easy. It start with 2 cats videos, create 2 new videos with mirroring effects from the source videos, and create a final video with the 4 … Continue reading #Python 🐍 – Let’s stack and edit some videos 🎦 using moviepy
Hi ! It's been a while since I shared some code samples, so here we go today with a simple series based on MediaPipe. MediaPipe is a great Machine Learning platform with cross-platform and customizable ML solutions. And with Python support! MediaPipe offers customizable Python solutions as a prebuilt Python package on PyPI, which can … Continue reading #Python – Hand Gesture Recognition 🤚🖐️🤙 using mediapipe
Hi ! Final post, so let's recap We have a device template representing a drone, tracking accelerometer, battery and temperature values. We have created a new device to twin our drone in Azure IoT Central. And, copy the connect information: ScopeId, DeviceId and Key. Let's use a "get data from drone demo" and publish this … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (24/N) #AzureIoT
Hi ! Now that we have a device template created, we can create a new device in our Azure IoT Central portal and start to send information to Azure IoT. We start by creating a new device based on the previous template and it's time to copy and paste the connection information for this device: … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (23/N) #AzureIoT