Our developers have prepared another exciting demo. It teaches you how to monitor temperature on a Raspberry Pi and visualize the results on a remote TCP-IP display and the OKdo Cloud. Of course, for the demo, we used our Python-programmable IoT display.
We made an access control system with speaker verification, by using our IoT display module, Zerynth Studio, and Fortebit’s EasyVR 3 Plus.
Philips Hue Intelligent lighting control panel demo in Python – using Riverdi IoT Displays and Zerynth Studio
Do you want to learn how to build a Philips Hue lighting control system with our IoT displays and Python? Just follow our demo and we'll teach how to build a simple control system for Philips Hue series bulbs.
For some time now, it seems that everyone has been talking about our IoT displays. Blogs online, people and companies on social media, people at fairs and expos.
We are proud to announce that our new IoT displays are available in the shop. Python programmable, with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth, they are the perfect companion for your next IoT project.