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Air Force Research Laboratory has been working on a Flexible Arduino @AFResearchLab

This could be great for wearable devices, Via open-electronics Instead of working on expensive systems made out of highly robust parts developed in ultra-secure laboratories in top-secret locations, the AFRL has developed a functional flexible Arduino-compatible board, which they claim to be the first of its type. Using a simplified …

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SIM800L ONE-CHANNEL SMS RELAY

TK continues to explore the SIM800L GSM modem. This time he shows us how to send simple SMS messages with the device. This is particularly useful for edge devices and sensors. Source: SIM800L ONE-CHANNEL SMS RELAY Open-Source Light Meter ESP32 — Getting Started the Easy Way! Getting Started with BLE …

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This Corset Dress Will Make You Adored by Fireflies #WearableWednesday #wearabletech #Arduino #art #DIY

Imagine roving the hills in a dress that looks like a cloud of fireflies. Bethany of Lady Lilith Corsetry was definitely thinking of glowing bugs for the insect themed competition by Foundations Revealed. She has been creating corsets and costumes for quite some time, but decided to stretch her wings with …

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ESP32 Arduino: Variable length arrays

In this tutorial, we will check how to use variable length arrays on the Arduino core running on the ESP32. The tests of this tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board. Introduction In this tutorial, we will check … Continue reading → Source: https://techtutorialsx.com/ Read the original article: …

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Adding an Ethernet Port to your ESP (revisited)

A few months back I pointed readers to an article by Frank Sautter on adding an Ethernet port to the ESP32 which I found quite interesting.  It reminded me that I’d been playing around with a Wiznet wiz820io board a while back on an older PIC-based project, so I pulled it …

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ESP8266 Daily Task – Publish Temperature Readings to ThingSpeak

In this project you’re going to learn how to build a sensor node with an ESP8266 that publishes the temperature and humidity once a day to a free service called Thing Speak. Watch the Video Tutorial and Project Demo This guide is available in video format (watch below) and in …

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YouTuber creates an organ out of 44 Furbies

If you think Furbies have become extinct, think again, as musical hacker “Look Mum No Computer” has decided to revive a number of them to create his own Furby Organ. To make this horrifying yet awesome instrument, he placed 44—yes, 44—of these strange creatures on top of an organ frame …

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IR Thermometer, Stopwatch, Cooking Timer, Inactivity Tracker

Hardware components: Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Adafruit MLX90614 × 1 Atmel AVR for Arduino 328P/168P/8A × 1 SparkFun 7-Segment Serial Display – Red 3 digit display used × 1 Breadboard (generic) 8×2 cm × 2 16 MHz Crystal × 1 Slide Switch × 1 30 mm Red …

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Python: Websocket client

The objective of this post is to explain how to create a simple Python websocket client to contact an online test echo server.   Introduction The objective of this post is to explain how to create a simple Python websocket … Continue reading → Source: https://techtutorialsx.com/ Read the original article: …

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