Raspberry Pi Dog Treat Machine with webcam! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Here’s a great email activated dog treat machine project shared with us yesterday by John at NYC CNC.
I just finished my first official Raspberry Pi project: the Raspberry Pi Dog Treat Machine! Your tutorials were a HUGE factor in helping learn how to do this project!
And here are details from his video post:
How do you combine physical computing, metal fabrication and Vizsla’s? WIth an automatic dog treat machine! A RaspberryPi based machine that uses a DC gearmotor, servo, LCD and webcam to dispense dog treats! A python script monitors Judd’s email address ([email protected]). When you email Judd, he’ll get treats! In return, the Python script tells the Raspberry Pi to take a picture which Python then emails back to you as a thank you!
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