👍Control Nearly ANYTHING with Alexa for under $10! 👍 ?>

👍Control Nearly ANYTHING with Alexa for under $10! 👍

Controlling virtually anything with a simple Wemos D1 mini board (ESP8266) , a relay and an Amazon Echo Dot. DIY home automation CHEAP using the amazon Alexa voice service and a few parts! Join us on MKME Discord chat here: https://discord.gg/j9S4Fgv Remember to subscribe for more videos! https://goo.gl/2qaJ2U This is a full tutorial on how to use a cheap Wemos D1 Mini wifie board to control anything in your home with the Amazon Alexa enabled Echo Dot device. Using the…

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Flight Timer & Alarms for FSi6- Awesome New Firmware! ?>

Flight Timer & Alarms for FSi6- Awesome New Firmware!

Recently I updated my FlySky FSi6 transmitter with yet another new firmware. This is the one I’ve been waiting for!  I now have fully functional flight timer with alarms and 3 more fully configurable alarms as well as full 10 channels.  This is all on an under $50 transmitter. Simply amazing. WARNING!  There is always a chance you can brick your radio. Only proceed if you can accept the risks. Important: If you use this firmware you need to bind…

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Raspberry Pi Amazon Echo / Alexa Project ?>

Raspberry Pi Amazon Echo / Alexa Project

If you would like to build the smart kitchen terminal shown in my videos start by setting up your Raspberry Pi set up as shown in the video and detailed instructions here.   You can also start with any basic Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. Now we can set you Pi up to be a fully functional Amazon Alexa powered device. If you didn’t already watch the Alexa setup video you can see it HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBltF1nc7-M As described in the video…

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Raspberry Pi Home Automation Terminal ?>

Raspberry Pi Home Automation Terminal

Here’s the full instructions to build your smart kitchen display with a Raspberry Pi to display live video, weather reports, news, time and more. To get started you can see the full video overview here:   Go ahead and assemble your Raspberry Pi as shown in the video. The webcam/microphone isn’t needed right now but I included it because next video we will be adding full control and voice activation via the Amazon Alexa service. You can use the NOOBs…

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