I used your application before I discovered the M5stack. It was on a fb page for diabetes and nightscout and a fb member was so kind to burn It and adjust the parameters for me.
It is an excellent application, thank you !
And now I am discovering myself the m5stack...what an incredible device and There are realy endless possibilities...
Maybe Considering things or features to add In future :
dark screen and not displaying the value until a button is pressed... need full darkness to sleep
a feed with mqtt to connect to alexa and be able to ask the bg level to alexa When m5stack is on (i used it with Smartnest.cz to connect my ENV hat and am able to ask alexa the temperature of poolwater )
Good work anyway and thank you a lot !!!
@brianr @rop Hey guys, thanks a lot for this very elegant solution, I´m using the ezMenu library in a program where I had installed Blynk working very well but everytime when I activated the ezMenu with mainmenu.run(); my Blynk app was very unstable, with the trick of ez.addEvent(run_Blynk) in the setup() function now is working very well, thanks for the help
Yes, you must replace for example read temperature block with block which reads temperature from hat you use. Ewentually adds new block lcd.print for printing pressure and humidity with appropriate blocks reading data from these sensors But problems may be with icon and weather description, because the weather description and icon number corresponding to the current weather is downloaded from the accuweather.com website. some fun and testing with font type, coordinates and colors and it will work
Thanks, but i should have mentioned the idea is that if i move one of the m5stacks around, connecting it into a different position 1-20 it would be able to report back its position.
Modbus concept actually is realy close, but seems that when one of the devices is detached the others become undetectable.
Anything else similar to this?
At one point i considered using a 2 layer switch with associationg each position with a port on the switch, but was wondering if there's a more cost effective method using serial.
As mentioned before the Android IDE with the esp32 plugin has a example "CameraWebServer" that sends settings back to the camera by a web interface.
I did not mention that it also displays the image so if you load that into the esp32 you only need to do the android bit. The JPEG bit is the same and the web page source
should give ample clues to program android.