- Nvias presents its own hardware for IoT Minecraft ESPcraft!
IoT Minecraft in your own Minecraft server – There are two sets of ESPcraft available:
- Basic set;
ESPcraft sets will be available on our e-shop soon. If you’re interested in ESPcraft you can buy one in our e-shop or contact us at email@example.com
1. Assembly and wiring ESP:
2. Setting development environment for ESPcraft – download the repository.
3. ESP firmware setting – Wi-Fi connection + firmware upload.
4. Minecraft server settings installation.
5. Minecraft blocks (sign) settings to send a signal to ESP.
- “TAM” / “THERE” – choosing the way (from minecraft into esp)
- “M” – module id is a number which you set in step n.3 in config.h (for example. “M1”)
- “D3” – must be always same, its the same pin where are LEDS
- “[((RED), (GREEN), (BLUE)]” – number of led is choosing which for which led you are choosing the color 0. or 1., next in the brackets is a combination of colors RGB divided by comma (for example, “0(255,0,0)” it lights up 0. LED, 255 red, 0 green, 0 blue).
6. Minecraft blocks (sign) settings to receive a signal from ESP
- “SEM” / “HERE” – from real world into minecraft
- “M” module id is a number which you set in step n.3 in config.h (for example. “M1”)
- “D” number of pin, is a pin where is the button connected, 1 or 2, so its either “D1” or “D2”.
- “” – there will be nothing