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This month, we have learned a lot about the micro:bit. So, in this month’s project, we will learn how to make a compass using a micro:bit!
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Pimoroni offers the MLX90640 thermal camera breakout, which makes using the Melexis MLX90640 far-infrared sensor array easy-to-use with the Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
The Photon dev board can be used to create a quick MQTT data logger with nothing more than a cloud interface and a dash of Python Programming.
As the world becomes ever more interconnected, breaches in security become more common, this list of 5 IoT breaches changed the world in their own way.
Continuing on from the last time, we are going to add an accelerometer to detect basic movements and control a 12V non-addressable LED strip for Mark III!
The Particle Photon Board is a flexible prototyping platform that allows for a wide range of projects to use the Internet of Things for interactive designs.
Microchip presents their DM164144 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit, which features the PIC16F18446 microcontroller.
In this guide we will create a simple knob sketcher toy using a graphical display and two potentiometers. We'll go over the basic idea of drawing a pixel to the display.
The Particle Photon has many advantages for Internet of Things applications with Integrated Wi-Fi, easy code portability and flexible development environment.
Instead of hoping you won’t open an empty tin again, make your own Intelle-T Tea Bag Detector!
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