Build your own bus shelter for less than 10$

I want to show you how to build your own bus shelter using some basic electronic components and a 3D printer to pack all these stuffs.

The result in a short video

GitHub repo

GitHub | Arduinobribus | @joeybronner One you cloned the repo, you have to adapt some variables of the code: the missionId and the stationId where you take your bus. Please follow the few steps below…

Step 1: Mission ID

Find the id related to the mission, in the file located under https://github.com/joeybronner/arduinobribus/tree/master/json/bus_missions.json\ Mission object looks like:

{
  "id":"100100020",
  "name":"Gare de Lyon / Gare Saint-Lazare",
  "shortName":"B20",
  "image":"b20.gif"
}

Change the sMissionId value in https://github.com/joeybronner/arduinobribus/tree/master/arduino/arduino.ino with the id of your mission.\ Example: 100100099 in my case

Step 2: Station ID

Open the following URL with your own mission ID: http://restratpws.azurewebsites.net/api/stations/ and get the id of your station.\ Station object looks like:

{
    "id":"PC3_1039_1091",
    "name":"Camille Flammarion"
}

Change the sStationId value in https://github.com/joeybronner/arduinobribus/tree/master/arduino/arduino.ino with the id of your station.\ Example: PC3_1047_1074 in my case

Step 3: Way (A/R)

The last value is the way of the bus (“a” or “r”).\ To know the way, open the following URL with your own http://restratpws.azurewebsites.net/api/directions/.\ Direction object looks like:

[
    {
        "way":"A",
        "name":"Porte Maillot"
    },
    {
        "way":"R",
        "name":"Skanderbeg"
    }
]

Change the sWay value in https://github.com/joeybronner/arduinobribus/tree/master/arduino/arduino.ino with the way you want to display.\ Example: “a” in my case

Schematics

Wemos PIN OLED PIN
5V VDD
GND GND
D5 SCK
D1 DC
D3 RES
D7 SDA
D8 CS

Components

All you need is available on AliExpress for less than 10$ (printing price included):

The printing model is available in the GitHub repo here: 3D models. You can print it using any cheap printer you want, it will be printed in less than 2 hours.

Below, the preview of the 3D model (.stl files)

GitHub

You can contribute or simply clone the repo here: https://github.com/joeybronner/arduinobribus

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