It has come to my attention that I missed an obvious pop culture reference when writing today’s blog post and for that, I’d like to apologise.Long-time readers of my blog posts will be aware of my continued efforts to include images and quotes whenever possible, even when they only have a tenuous connection to the subject matter. And so, better late than never, here is a GIF of what you’d hope ).And today, when it made perfect sense to mention the Weeping Angels, I completely missed a trick. So, while we indulge in the traditional pastime of barbecuing stuff (ourselves, mainly), here’s a little trove of Pi projects that cater for our various furry friends.
The idea is to keep his cats interested and active within the confines of a compact city apartment.
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uses a Raspberry Pi Zero and Camera Module alongside muscle sensors to record footage whenever you close your eyes, producing a rather disjointed film of the sights you miss out on.
The orbicularis oculi muscle closes the eye, while the levator palpebrae superioris muscle opens it — and yes, they both sound like the names of Harry Potter spells. Whenever it detects that the orbicularis oculi is active, the Camera Module records video footage.
Pressing a button on the side of the glasses set the code running.
The average person blinks up to five times a minute, with each blink lasting 0.5 to 0.8 seconds.