A Raspberry Pi Temperature Sensor
When I found out we were having a baby, I immediately clicked into gear and started reading about how to raise an emotionally well-adjust 7-year old. But I was also concerned that the baby’s room would be too hot or cold and set out to make my, at the time, new Raspberry Pi into a temperature sensor.
There are plenty of tutorials on the internet. I am pushing the data to Sparkfun, and visualizing it with Google Charts. Here is the live temperature in my bedroom (or whatever room the Raspberry Pi is currently in):
And just in case I tire of keeping the Raspberry Pi on all the time, here is a screen shot of it: