Arduino IDE running on RPi using 5″ HDMI 800 X 480 display March 30, 2017Posted by rik94566 in 800 X 480 display, adafruit, agponics.com, arduino, DIY aquaponics, Instructables, IoT aquaponics, Raspberry PI, rik kretzinger, rik94566, Uncategorized.
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Since the problem with using a 5″ HDMI display was worked with the Raspberry Pi. A new problem developed that needed to be addressed. Running Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi using the 5″ HDMI display at 800 X 480 resolution. The problem is that the Arduino IDE bleeds off the edges of the display (see picture below). The issue is that the Arduino IDE cannot be moved around to get access to the menu options. So there is no way to check libraries or setting to insure sketches are being up-loaded correctly. No new sketches can be opened either. Major pain.
After some research and a little time solving the Raspberry Pi – Jessie with Pixel display issue I found a solution that resolves this issue as well.
I wrote an Instructable to document what is needed, so check it out if this is a issue for you.
Here are the results:
Make Magazine – digital release of vol 47 — September 22, 2015Posted by rik94566 in DIY aquaponics, internet of farming, rik kretzinger, rik94566.
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I learned that Make Magazine vol 47 is now on-line.
So here is the link for review:
It is my understanding that the Projects pages link has not been activated as yet. This is where details of the build can be found.
Arduino Sketches are found there as well.
But understand it is only starting code that will be added to and developed as time goes on. Right now the UNO sketches only handles a timer functionality. As people build the Gardens and report back their code updates I will be posting them here for all of us to learn from.
There is also a IoT Sketch using the code generated by Temboo that sends a SMS message system that again is starting code.
I have to point out that I DO NOT support the sketches from a technical perspective they are purely for reference and a starting point for people to use and develop on there own. As I build out the interface on the project I will be posting code and sketches that work and would be of interest to the readers of this BLOG.
Also I have released some Instructables that support the article from a build perspective. More are to come as they are developed or change made in the design of the Balcony Garden.
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First article published in Make Magazine vol. 47
DIY aquaponic Balcony Garden — my copy came today!
Make sure and read it!