@jimmykh Unfortunately, you need to wirelessly connect to Zumi. We are working on some possible solutions but in the meantime, you may need to disconnect the wired ethernet or enable your wifi if the device can support it.
Hi there @Techvet! I was actually the one that worked on the setup we had at our booth at CES, where you see the trees and mountains. Yes, I believe most things were O scale, and some HO scale. I bought a lot of things from the local model railroad shop. I got trees, two plastic molded mountains, some buildings, and then a bunch of Lego buildings as our landmarks. I also used a vinyl print of the road, so that we could get a single consistent piece to lay down on the board. It was a pretty large print, so I worked with a banner printer, then cut out the road by hand from the vinyl banner.
The actual floor of the "Zumi World" was 2 wooden boards wrapped in a green cloth and stapled to keep it taught.
Hopefully that gives you some ideas!
Aim the camera about 5 inches away from the screen. It might take some trial and error but you will see a print statement with the decoded message in the output. If you are still having trouble, let me know!
Hi @jimmy-adkins ,
I just wanted to follow up with you about your issue. If you could reply to the form I linked above we can send you the return label for the old RaspberryPi and send you a new one.
@meutenbeute I apologize for the delay, your message seems to have gotten lost in the inbox. Blockly will be coming out very soon! Keep checking for updates and you will see Blockly before the end of this month.
@pytluvsu I apologize, I see that you are trying to use Zumi with Python. There is no need to install anything for Zumi. You can get started by turning on Zumi and following the instructions on her screen. Let me know if you have any more questions on getting started!
Please open a new Jupyter Notebook using the zumidashboard.ai:5555. Make sure that you are connected to the same network you were connected to last. In a new cell, add the following command and run:
!sudo pip3 install zumidashboard --upgrade
If you see an error, restart Zumi and try again. Let me know if this solves your issue!
@jalakoo My only concern would maybe be that some of the dependencies might need to be updated or may not work with that version. I don't know of any bugs yet but let us know if you find any with buster!