There are countless ways to find out the current weather, but then you only know the weather outside. What if you want to know the weather inside your house, inside a specific room? That’s what I attempt to resolve with this project.
Fanair uses multiple sensors to sense:
- certain gasses
- air pressure
It is very compact and makes use of the Raspberry Pi 3 B, for getting the values, saving them in a MySQL database and then making them easily available on a website. Included in the code and website is the ability to get actual weather data for your location so that the website can be used to check outside weather as well.
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