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The development of the slope and the line was not trivial (although it does not look very complex in the code above) and it is calculated from first principles you learned in high school math. The lines that are produced are actually counterintuitive because the x axis is
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You can use commonly available passive infrared detection systems to detect the proximity of humans and animals. These systems, popular in both indoor and outdoor security systems, work by detecting the change in infrared thermal heat patterns in front of a sensor. This sensor uses a pair of pyroelectric elements that react to changes in temperature. Instantaneous differences in the output of the two elements are detected as movement, especially movement by a heat-bearing object, such as a human. You can purchase pyroelectric sensors commonly referred to as PIR, for passive infrared new or salvage them from an existing motion detector. When salvaging from an existing detector, you can opt to unsolder the sensor itself and construct an amplification circuit around the removed sensor, or you can attempt to tap into the existing circuit of the detector to locate a suitable signal. Both methods are described next.
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