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We're really pleased to announce that the Data Sensing Lab just won an People's Choice award in the #Postscapes 2013 #IoT Awards for "Best IoT DIY Project." Thanks to everyone that voted!
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Come and get the code...
 
I've just done a big update to the #GitHub  repository for the +Data Sensing Lab—including code samples and hardware designs for some of the boards we've been involved with since the project started.
DataSensingLab - Code and hardware for the Data Sensing Lab.
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If you attended the +Data Sensing Lab  workshop at +OSCON, #FooCamp or +Strange Loop, this is where you need to go for code and board design files...
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Both the shield hardware and +Arduino software to manage it, will all be open sourced. However if you don't want to wait, or you're not comfortable soldering SMD components. The hardware we deployed at +Google I/O as part of the +Data Sensing Lab is now available to pre-order at http://datasensinglab.com/dslstore/.
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A prototype (bottom) which was green wired, and production model (top) of the basic through-hole version of the sensor motes we're using for the +Data Sensing Lab at +Google I/O  next week.
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without wanting to do commercial... you could use single chip solutions from Ember (for example EM250) or zigbee-modules distributed from greenwave-electronics in Germany (Telegesis). I did work with motes as a student. With the full Zigbee protocol stack there are much more possibilities, its the way its meant to be.
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Total coincidence, yes, but we love this name! We're going with the spelling: Sensey. But pronounced as "sensei". Thank you, Pedro and Trevor! We've added an explanation to datasensinglab.com/about
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I've just sent a prototype of an +Arduino shield, to accompany +Kipp Bradford and my new book +Distributed Network Data, to #OSHPark for a short fab run to test the design.

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The Data Sensing Lab is up "Best DIY Project" and a Reader's Choice award in the +Postscapes IoT Internet of Things Awards. Vote early and vote often!
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Now open sourced, as promised! #senselab   #sensormote   #opensource  
 
Now we're shipping the +Data Sensing Lab hardware, you can buy your own #sensormotes hardware at http://datasensinglab.com/dslstore/, I've finally got around to uploading the code we used at Google I/O earlier in the year to GitHub.

Go to https://github.com/aallan/DataSensingLab to grab the software. The #EAGLE  files for the boards and other bits and pieces to fully open source the project should be added over the next couple of days.
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Who better than the Data Sensing Lab crew to offer up the first Vine of Google I/O? #senselab #io13

Check it out: https://t.co/gtQa0GfABK
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will we could see real time data ?
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Check out where the Data Sensing Lab is headed next! We're cranking things up by an order of magnitude.
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Two of my books, +Distributed Network Data and with +iOS Sensor Apps with Arduino, are amongst +Jon Bruner's picks for this week's Getting Started with the Industrial Internet offer from +O'Reilly. Use discount code WKNDUST to get 50% off the ebook.
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My new book, co-authored with +Kipp Bradford, +Distributed Network Data  is now available in its dead tree edition. Use discount code AUTHD at check-out to get 40% off the print, or 50% off the ebook, editions.
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Just bought a copy.  Looks interesting.
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The Data Sensing Lab started at the O'Reilly Strata Conference in New York in October 2012, where we gave attendees a taste of the super-connected world that's ahead of all of us by instrumenting the conference environment with basic sensors and wireless mesh networking.

We built more than 40 sensor motes using Arduino Leonardo boards, XBee radios, and a handful of off-the-shelf parts, including a PIR motion detector, a temperature and humidity sensor, and an electret microphone amplifier. These motes were distributed around the conference venue, and reported back during the conference. The data was made publicly available online.

Since then, we've added more sensors, real-time visualization, and a new interactive feature for attendees: the “Awesome Button,” a giant red button outside of each session room, which attendees were encouraged to push as they exited if they thought the talk they had just seen was awesome.

What will we sense next? Follow the Data Sensing Lab to find out.