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How To Turn Data Into Cocktails Using Arduino

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How to turn data into cocktails using arduino. via arduino.cc

Data Cocktail is a device which translates in a tasty way the Twitter activity and running on Arduino Due and Arduino Pro Mini. When you want a cocktail, the machine will look for the five latest messages around the world quoting one of the available ingredients. These messages define the drink composition and Data Cocktail not only provides a unique kind of drink, but it also prints the cocktail’s recipe along with the corresponding tweets.

Once the cocktail mix is done, Data Cocktail thanks the tweeters who have helped at making the recipe, without knowing it.

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1 Comment

  1. Bu the way, we use your NeoPixels led strip for the lighting effet !
    So, thanks for the library

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