I have the same problem. Sometimes it will start and show correctly and other times it will just show “Loading sensor data”. When it starts It will then update the values for a few times. It then freeze and just wont update again. It doesn’t disappear like it should for 1/3rd of a second to do the update anymore.
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RE: MMM-DHT-Sensor - Get temperature & humidity values from a DHT sensor
I get you with this one. I was just thinking that the moment the google icon on the screen change to any thing else than the google icon (Process or listening or speaking) then one of the GPIO pins can be made high. This will then be the same effect as on the google home with the LEDs on the top
After the above has been accomplished. Then i would like to explore a recipe that can switch the LED lights on, on a command eg “Light On”, and then later switch them off again when i say “Light off”. This i would use when the mirror is in an dark area and would like to have more light while i groom lol
I only have ideas that i have seen on other sites where Google home has been installed on a Raspberry. There is a file In the link below at Step 7 that one might used as an idea on how to manage it. Not sure if i am allowed to post links to other sites other than Github and this forum?
And then there is also in the middle of the following page a way of doing it with a heading
“Bonus: Voice Activated GPIO”
My slate is clean other than this
I would like to activate one of the GPIO pins the moment Hotword/Assistant listen and/or speaks. The idea is to switch a relay to lit up two LED strips at the back of the mirror. It should be easy using the recipes but my knowledge is very limited when it comes to this. Any one out there that has done it or can point me in the right direction
Thanks very much. You are a legend. It’s finally working after me trying everything that I could think of.
One of my biggest mistakes was I started with “http:// and ended with jf4”; which works fine without the Math.random. Clearly ‘ was the way to go and not “.
My map is working and it shows the traffic. I however also have a map that don’t update and tried the Math.random() that you mentioned. The moment i add this to the line my map disappear completely which suggest i broke something. Do i interpret it wrong and can you please advise.
Like this the code is working fine:
Like this it isn’t working:
wrapper.src = ‘http://dev.virtualearth.net/REST/v1/Imagery/Map/Road/-26.0460,27.9790/13?mapSize=500,420&pp=Math.random(),Math.random()&ml=TrafficFlow&key=Asm#####AJWIWc5o8Onf4fhH8O3IEe2e8ZcHaLTBWhx4_BWTvOW4S5xj60MuUJf4’;