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Ankit Desai
Employed @ The MathWorks, but posting on my own about my hobbies and interests as a photo and video enthusiast, technology addict and electronics DIYer.
Employed @ The MathWorks, but posting on my own about my hobbies and interests as a photo and video enthusiast, technology addict and electronics DIYer.
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Watch this 4 minute video to learn how MATLAB makes it easy to process + analyze big data! This tall arrays demo also includes code and sample datasets http://ow.ly/hUcR305BmmX

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A great watch. This video shows how useful IoT applications can be, and how powerful data analysis is.

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Got a chance to work with MDB (mdbootstrap.com) on my most recent project and am pleasantly impressed with the result. The authors are very responsive on the forums and go out of their way to get the issue answered and/or resolved. Great job, +Michal Szymanski and team.

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Hope to meet fellow makers at NYC #MakerFaire . I'll be at the #MathWorks  booth playing with  #ZumoBots  along with +Chirag Gupta. Who else is coming?   
Are you attending the NYC #MakerFaire? Come see #MATLAB and #Simulink demos with Zumo Bots, an ARDrone Quadcopter, and more - Sept. 20 & 21 http://buff.ly/1q7aXt0

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This is really interesting. Connecting the blocks on the computer to establish connection (wireless) in real world is pretty awesome. I am guessing it involves, over the air programming of these boards based on connections. +Rob Purser, you should check this out. 

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"MATLAB Support Package for Arduino Hardware" is now available as Support Package. Give it a try, to use +Arduino in-the-loop from +MATLAB. How will you use it? 

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If you have not already, do check out this example of IoT  data analysis using MATLAB and +Arduino

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Tried out +Arduino + #GSM  / #GPRS  Shield + #Songle  SPDT Relay + #Tmobile  pre-paid SIM card, along with +Srikanth Reddy. Thanks to some really cool libraries on +GitHub, the lamp control over internet was a breeze. However, I still feel the texts are too expensive. Any other   ideas/suggestions to get a SIM card to send and receive texts at a cheaper price?
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