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February 26, 2016 AT 5:00 am

Weather-Cam Project With IBM Bluemix, A Raspberry Pi And Some Time-Lapse Magic #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Weather-cam project using IBM Bluemix and a Raspberry Pi. via medium.com

The Details
The weather-cam utilizes a variety of services, both IBM Cloud specific and third party:

IBM Bluemix Cloud Foundry Service
IBM Bluemix Auto-Scaling Service
IBM Bluemix Object Storage Service
IBM Bluemix Virtual Machine Service Beta
IBM Weather Underground’s Personal Weather Station
Memcached Cloud
Twilio
Youtube

Because this project has called forth substantial outside interest, I decided to write a blog post describing the details of the build. I’ve also open sourced all the code I used here. The source code repository itself contains a README with details I don’t go into in depth in this post, so I encourage you to check that out.

Checkout some of the time-lapse here:

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