InqSpeedRacer: A Web-Based Hot Wheel Speed Trap @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
A true Hot Wheels play day involves what seems like Kids would race their little die-cast cars as fast as they could. And now you can add a speed trap. Hot Wheels Here’s more via hackster.io:
InqSpeedRacer is a web-based electronic speed-trap for HotWheels®. The project was created for an 8th Grade Science class studying Physics of Motion topics. It is also a demonstrator of creating an InqPortal server that not only serves multiple clients, but the clients can connect to multiple servers. This can be easily used as a template for Home Automation. Creating multiple kinds of InqPortal “servers” that use sensors, relays and/or actuators to sense and control the environment. A client dashboard can be created to connect to all servers and monitor and control all servers.
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