Drinkro the Synchro Bartender #piday #raspberrypi #Pi3 @Raspberry_Pi #IoT
Thanks to Blake for sending in this tip! Blake writes:
Drinkro is a drinkbot that we built using a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and a custom motor controller board based on the L293D Dual H-Bridge chip, connected to four DC peristaltic liquid pumps. The Drinkro UI for ordering drinks supports multiple users, can be accessed from iOS, Android,
Windows Phone, Windows and through a web browser, and was built with the Synchro application framework. Synchro allows for the creation of a single server-based application that renders with native controls on all of the supported mobile and desktop platforms. Full source code for the application
and EAGLE files are available.
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