BlinkStick Node has been updated to 1.1.3 which fixes the issue of installing the package on new operating system OSX versions.
There does not seem to be much info, but this project looks quite interesting and worth keeping an eye on! An
LED lit frame showing colour based on current room temperature with front mounted 7 segment display and BlinkStick Square inside an enclosure, of course!
Athom Sfere shared his video on how to use BlinkStick with Python on Windows
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BlinkStick Python package now fully supports Windows OS. It currently has been tested only with Python 2.7. The documentation on the BlinkStick Python website describes how to install pip package for all popular operating systems:
One more additional feature has been introduced. Library now automatically restores USB device handles if BlinkStick was removed and the reinserted into any of the USB ports.
If you already have all prerequisites for your operating system, then installation is very simple:
sudo pip install blinkstick
If you have older version of blinkstick module installed, run the following command:
sudo pip install blinkstick --upgrade
I’m very excited to announce the immediate availability of BlinkStick library for
Processing programming language. The library is supported in Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. It provides full control over BlinkStick device and there are a lot of examples to get you started. All information is available on the official BlinkStick Processing website:
Great video review of BlinkStick integration with IKEA DIODER by Youtube user
Coedy. He followed this easy tutorial to get BlinkStick connected to IKEA DIODER and shared his experience along the way.
Be sure to check out this great blog post by
Dmitri Popov and his neat way to get a BlinkStick notification whenever somebody visits his photo gallery running on a Raspberry Pi!
I’m using BlinkStick with
Pygmyfoto running on my Raspberry Pi. Every time someone visits the gallery, BlinkStick blinks with random color.
Read the full blog post over here:
Using BlinkStick with Raspberry Pi and let’s get his BlinkStick blinking!