Pi Train Monitor
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Further adventures in pi-land. This is scraping train times to find the next train from our local station into town, showing any advertised delays. It then shows a green, yellow or red light to indicate whether now is a good time to leave. Green for a short wait at the station, yellow if you’ll get there with a couple of minutes to spare, and red if you’ll miss it or have a potential long wait.
It’s using a custom built "shield" (can you tell from the quality wiring? , using a Humble Pi prototyping plate with an LCD, three switches and three LEDs. I’m hoping to use the plate for further projects — it also works with my earlier internet radio code.
Total cost probably around £45 for Pi, LCD, Humble Pi, USB Wifi adapter and bits and pieces. pi
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