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