Build a Two-Man Launch Switch with a Raspberry Pi 3 and Losant @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi


Original idea and nice execution from Dylan Schuster over at Losant! (via raspberrypipod)

To mark the release of Losant’s Python MQTT API client and REST API client, we will be constructing an Internet-connected two-man switch – think nuclear weapon launchers from the movies where two separate people have to turn a key – using a pair of Raspberry Pi 3 Model Bs. We’ll send the key-turned state of each device to the Losant platform using our newly released Python SDKs and, if all keys are turned, allow an action to take place when a button is pushed on either device.

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