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Hello everyone, it's a lot of time I don't write in public on the internet. When something difficult/weird comes to my mind, it happens that I go to :)

Here's my difficulty: I'd like to have a device, for personal use at my home, but it doesn't exist - so I can't just purchase it.

It's something that probably technically can be done these days, and I have an overall idea of how to, but can't go from start to finish myself without spending an inappropriate amount of time.

So I thought: it's 2019, the Internet and everything, of course there are communities who "design and build together" things, like software, hardware, etc.
But I'm not sure which could be, for hardware+software devices for personal use.

Thus my question: do you have recommendations? I'd basically would like to post the necessity, and try to contribute as anyone else over time, but hoping that someone smarter than me, together with someone else smarter than him/her, etc. could help with significant progress so to not wait for a lifetime for having it operative on my home's balconies.

The device that I would like to build is something that detects pigeons on balcony with artificial vision and ML, using several cameras and raspberry pi's or whatever, and moves one or more flashlights to point towards the pigeons and try to persuade them to go away. And/Or, moves a robot owl or a robot falcon, that goes towards them, scares them until they go away, and then goes back to the charging station.


Living Room / Re: Your favorite cartoons of yesterday and today?
« on: October 28, 2014, 07:30 AM »
Though I used to love watching cartoons, (and have probably forgotten most of them), Futurama would have to be about the only one I'd go out of my way to watch these days.

Oh sure, Futurama! The Sting, one of many great episodes popping up in my memory.

Living Room / Re: Your favorite cartoons of yesterday and today?
« on: October 28, 2014, 06:35 AM »
Some of yesterday:
- Dr. Slump
- Dragonball, Dragonball Z (excluding the "fill episodes")
- Batman: The Animated Series

One of today:
- Adventure Time

Developer's Corner / Re: Any DC members thinking of trying Kickstarter?
« on: September 04, 2012, 10:25 AM »

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