LattePanda Alpha 864 is a highly powerful device designed with Intel 7th generation Core m3 processor. This Core m3 processor is perfect for superior performance and low power consumption.
In this scenario I am combining it with an LSM303 accelerometer and compass breakout
Categories: English, Intermediate, Physical-Computing, Eye-Spy
Tags: Arduino, Physical Computing, Programming, DIY, Gadgets & Gimmicks
Ever dreamed of having your own large field of view (FOV) AR headset. It might be easier than you think. Come, join the community and build your own version with its own interaction purpose.
Categories: English, Intermediate, Expert
Tags: Physical Computing, DIY, Making, Build your own
He told me that he had a temperature measuring device, that he could not find, back in 2011
He needed something like a data logger. Easy and light, cheap, with a battery lasting over year or so, that he could install at customers' places in order to have a Log of "what happened" if any problem came up.
Say, a frozen (broken) pipe or other malfunctions in heating, AC and such. He said connectivity wasn't necessary and to log to a SD-card that could be inspected later would be sufficient.
Categories: English, Intermediate, Expert, Physical-Computing
Tags: Physical Computing, PCB Design, Making, Electronics
Puuuh. Long time no hear!
This is just a quick update on the “Light Gary”, and there will be more Blog-Posts soon again.
As you can see from the video I finished the making of it.....
Categories: English, Intermediate
Tags: Arduino, Physical Computing, Programming, DIY
A good friend of mine had some "beauty" issues with a YouTube video after uploading.
Here is a short guide how you can easily fix them with the YouTube Video-Manager.
Tags: Social Media, Collaboration, Social Creation, YouTube, Software, Software Tools
I finished the electronic circuit. Well, at least in a sort of alpha-version, that does what I want it to do. I also worked a lot on the board and get it as small as I have to. It is my first project of this kind, and I am pretty sure, there are better ways to do it, but that is, what I have come up to
Last summer we started doing some paper mâché work. Actually at the beginning I did not have a clue what I was going to do. I just was squishing the stuff between my fingers - had no clue what I wanted to create. But doing my squishing it came to my mind that it would be pretty easy to do a snail.
That's what I came up with....
Tags: Makeblock, Robot, Arduino, Physical Computing, Scratch, Programming