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December 14, 2015 AT 4:00 am

Robokitty: A DIY automated pet feeder made with Particle Photon #IoT

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From rachelnicole on GitHub.

Is a DIY cat (or dog, or human) feeder controlled over the web (though not over the public Internet for now).

There are two different feeding methods: instant feeding with the click of a button, or scheduled feedings (using a command scheduler like cron).

The idea behind the project came about because over the past few years all of the feeders I’ve came across have had a level of complication that weren’t very user-friendly to new coders, and I wanted to make something that is easy enough for everyone to use.

Let’s get started!

Read more.

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