I have a daily commute that I drive down the US 101 highway. The length of the drive can vary immensely with traffic, and I’ve always been curious what the optimal departure times are. I decided to gather data to solve this empirically, and went on an adventure in finding the right tool for the job.
Here’s a quick project that came together the evening before a long vacation. In order to get a little piece of mind I wanted to set up a simple security camera on a network accessible storage (NAS) server that I had recently set up. What I wanted was a program that could connect to a USB webcam and send me an email with a photo of any motion that occurred.
This is a very simple evolution simulator.
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A hollowed out book that works as a keyboard controlled locking safe.
This is a simple demo that builds a video game level based on the content of a webpage.
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