lircd.conf for cheap car mp3 infrared remote

if, by any chance, you are looking for a lirc (Linux Infrared Remote Control) daemon configuration file for the remote as shown below…

raspberry pi gopoor gang

…you may want to use mine:

# Please make this file available to others
# by sending it to 
# this config file was automatically generated
# using lirc-0.9.0-pre1(default) on Sat Jun 28 12:59:23 2014
# contributed by 
# brand:                       /home/pi/lircd.conf
# model no. of remote control: 
# devices being controlled by this remote:

begin remote

  name  /home/pi/lircd.conf
  bits           16
  eps            30
  aeps          100

  header       9085  4564
  one           570  1706
  zero          570   565
  ptrail        573
  repeat       9069  2278
  pre_data_bits   16
  pre_data       0xFF
  gap          109369
  toggle_bit_mask 0x0

      begin codes
          KEY_CHANNELDOWN          0xA25D
          KEY_CHANNEL              0x629D
          KEY_CHANNELUP            0xE21D
          KEY_PREVIOUS             0x22DD
          KEY_FORWARD              0x02FD
          KEY_PLAYPAUSE            0xC23D
          KEY_VOLUMEDOWN           0xE01F
          KEY_VOLUMEUP             0xA857
          KEY_EQUAL                0x906F
          KEY_NUMERIC_0            0x6897
          KEY_NUMERIC_1            0x30CF
          KEY_NUMERIC_2            0x18E7
          KEY_NUMERIC_3            0x7A85
          KEY_NUMERIC_4            0x10EF
          KEY_NUMERIC_5            0x38C7
          KEY_NUMERIC_6            0x5AA5
          KEY_NUMERIC_7            0x42BD
          KEY_NUMERIC_8            0x4AB5
          KEY_NUMERIC_9            0x52AD
      end codes

end remote

buttons 100+ and 200+ are not registered. got lazy to redo since i don’t need them.

currently using this with ir receiver vs1838b for a raspberry pi portable camera project called #gopoor :mrgreen:

cheap ebay wide angel jelly lens on raspberry pi camera review

i once saw this awesome post that i got so envy have make one with a cheaper alternative. the post author uses kogeto dot as a camera add-on on his raspberry pi that costs too much for me. so… i am looking for a cheaper alternative. it does not have to be the 360 degrees panoramic type, a simpler but can take wide angle is enough.

i ordered several different type on ebay and the first that arrive is this jelly lens:
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lg gt540 as a poor man’s security camera

i am finally satisfied re-purposing my old and neglected lg optimus gt540 swift. as mentioned in my previous posts, i installed motion detector as motion detector. it may not be as good as a CCTV system with night vision and infrared (ir) for clear captures with limited light but this setup cost a fraction if none at all.

to obtain the fullest of being a poor man’s device, installing kWS – Android Web Server will do the job. this makes an android phone accessible anywhere (port forwarding and or other configuration may be required).

plain, simple and no root required

drawback is that you will be scrolling a very very long page after a while... (click image to see what i mean)

drawback is that you will be scrolling a very very long page after a while… (click image to see what i mean)

moving on, i enabled ftp upload in motion detector app to move the captured images to a more viewable web interface. basic goal is to make php file that will: sort the images descending (latest captures shown), option to upload to (google) picasa & flickr and, most importantly, delete to maximize space.
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