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A program for displaying the light reading data for the 'Personal Flash in Real-Time' artworks. Documentation available at https://git.abbether.net/return-to-ritherdon/rtr-docs
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Light Wave

This is a support project to help test and monitor the Light Meter in the factory (Ritherdon). It provide about a minutes worth of streamed light readings from the facory and displays both readings as animated line graph.

Screenshot of Light Wave running

Environment Setup

# Virtual environment
python3 -m venv venv
source venv/bin/activate

# Install dependencies (with pip)
pip install -r requirements.txt

# Run the program
python light-wave.py

You might need to add additional packages (via apt). The most notable reason why is because Matplotlib needs some extra things to run. It looks like the list depends on what you've already installed on your system -- I've only checked Debian. Use the following link for more information about installing stuff more Matplotlib:

Use RTR-Docs for more Information

Because this project is one of many within a bigger project. All the documentation has been moved to a centralised repository. All additional information about this project can be found at: