For over a year I’ve been working on a project called Mote2 (reads as SquareMote). I haven’t written anything about it until now, because perfectionist in me wanted to finalize it before introducing it to the world.
But year is a long time, so I finally decided to lift a curtain so to speak….
Main idea behind #Mote2 is an ultra-low-power battery powered remote sensor that has as much devices already on board as possible to make it easy to deploy as an independent sensor, but also have ability to expand its functionality with add-on “shields”.
Thanks everyone who showed interest in my Flip-Dot display exhibit (Flipster Clock) at 2016 NY Maker Faire!
I know I haven’t written anything about how I got these working yet. It was simply because I haven’t […]
A while back I wrote about making pin “vector” table for laser cutter (here and here).
There were some issues with it that I discovered later on.
First issue with rivets height. I don’t know how I […]
I love these visual LCD temperature gauges. They have this nice LCD screen, can be switched between Celsius and Fahrenheit and most importantly have long waterproof temperature probe. And cost just under $5 shipped from China on eBay.