Arduino Drawing via JavaScript & Python Web Server - Multiplayer Local Server (2/4)



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This is a tutorial on how to make an Arduino drawing machine (plotter) that prints doodles drawn using a JavaScript canvas on an HTML web page connected as a client to a local Python webserver, to which it sends HTTP requests with line point data. The Python server uses serial communication with the Arduino on COM4. The Python server and the JS web support a multiclient connection, so it can be also used to share drawings live on a local network.





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