The fact that the code made the breadboard do what it was supposed to do was a huge success for me. This hack is far from complete. Future steps for completion are to hook it up to a fan instead of the outputs being an LED and a buzzer. Furthermore, it would be beneficial for the temperature sensor to continue sensing the temperature in the room and once it drops below a specified temperature, the fan would turn back off.
Bill of Materials:
DS18B20 Temperature Sensor
4.7 kOhm Resistor
10 kOhm Resistor
The code, circuit diagram, and link to the video of the breadboard in action are shown below.
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