Yup, I just bought my first Raspberry Pi 3B+. I need to add sensors for a research project and this RPi is going to be my instruments. I could use help.
I have no idea if I can add anything to this with my zero experience but I really want to try. At 60 years old things aren't as easy to learn but I'm stubborn.
Here's what I need to do:
I am researching atmospheric conditions inside and outside. I'll have two of these instruments when I'm through. One first. It has to accurately detect relative humidity, EMF, have two cameras set close like 3D cameras, a remote microphone and speaker, and be able to send data streams back to me for research. I'm visually, audibly and through data, mechanically collecting data.
I'd like it to be able to rotate towards the direction of where the data is coming from so the cameras capture any visual energy.
Eventually, this will be on a robot so it can move around areas and detect areas of disturbance. That adds mapping, robotics and autonomy for good measure.
I'm pretty smart, and comprehend real well. Videos work best for me. Seeing makes it easier to do the work if possible. Okay with live chat too.
Tell me what I need and I'll get it. Thanks in advance for the assist.