@José-Luis-Cánovas now that you mention it, directly connecting them via GPIO seems a little convoluted when you could just do what you suggested. I could make a server rack, getting ethernet cables isn't an issue, getting a switch and a load balancer system isn't an isse, it's now just a matter of saving up and getting 3-5 more omega 2's, AND ethernet expansions. It sounds like a super awesome project to do though.
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I would like to build a functioning robot made with the Omega 2 plus. Are there coding languages that need to be downloaded?
I would like to build a digital photo frame with Instagram or Google photos feeding the photos.
Has somebody already done this?
I would love to build a simple setup where the onion2 can run on a battery and be placed in a park or similar. here it should log all "devices" that it sees when scanning for wifi/bt devices in the surrounding. I would like to have a bunch of these setups in the same park/plaza and use the logged data from all of them combined to do a sort of movement pattern analysis for the guests.
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I am trying to make a flexible digital led display, and I found one NEW LED "APA107 LED", so how can i make the display? and what kinds of controller/decoder i need?
datasheet for the APA107 LED,
1- I'd like to build a simple alarm clock using Omega2+.
It would display the current time in a 16x02 common "arduino display" (using Expansion board's GPIO), a common buzzer and blinking the Expansion board's built-in RGB LED.
2- Build a level gauge for a tank.
Where it can distinguish other and "heavier" liquids (in general, matte one) than upper water liquid (transparent one), measuring height of the "heavier" liquid without reporting the water height, just the other liquid.
So my "crazy idea of the week" is to build a module that will go in one of the GBIC slots on my Cisco 3524 switch to add wifi capability to it. I think that I could do this by marrying an existing 1000-base-T module for the switch and maybe (if the GBIC slot doesn't provide power/enough power) an external power source. Sadly, as much as I really want to do this and get rid of the consumer grade router that currently sticks around only to provide wifi I have neither the time nor a 1000-base-T module lying around.
C3524's GBIC slot expect to have an Ethernet PHY transceiver in it to complete its gigabit Ethernet NIC to talk to the outside world.
Omega2 has no role in playing as an Ethernet PHY, PERIOD.
I want to interface wireless module like cc1101 or cc2500 with onion omega. Both uses SPI interface, I am not an expert in technical instrument.Let me know if anyone is willing to do it.
Hi guys, I am working on a project that will use the onion as a router and show a captive portal every 30 minutes to display an Ad, survey, or promotion.
Let me know if you think if this is possible, I am playing around with Iptables and Nodogsplash.
Is this even possible to make?