I am not sure if this question has been asked many times before but I have searched and yielded nothing, not with the following:
I want two Photons on the Internet, each connected to a different home Wi-Fi network, be able to communicate with each other in real-time (or close to), one of them will be a transmitter, transmitting the reading of various accelerometers ( integer data) at a rate of ~100 samples per second, and the other as a receiver, receiving the data and controlling a mirror reflecting a laser beam. The transmitter would normally be at the same location as the end of the laser beam and could be kilometers away from the receiver.
I don’t think it can be done via the spark.publish(), because of the rate, right?
Is there any good suggestion how I should approach this problem?