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John Shovic

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New tutorial: measuring current on devices plugged into Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects with the INA3321 3 channel current device.
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Daniel Ehlers

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I suspect then an oil lamp will be even cheaper to run. Same amount of heat too.
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Arrow and Indiegogo announce partnership — introduce new crowdfund-to-production platform:

http://goo.gl/nxpNAz
Arrow-Indiegogo partnership brings new ‘crowdfund-to-production’ platform for start-up community - Electronic Products
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As fast as the Internet of Things (IoT) has products hitting the shelf, product designers need all the help they can get—but they need it from reliable, complete and supported sources. They’re getting it via today’s development kits that are far more advanced than those put out just a few years ago.
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Boian Mitov

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And my 54th Instructable is done :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect MicroSD Card Module, and GPS Module to Arduino Nano and program it with Visuino to record the GPS data to a file
#Arduino #Visuino
MicroSD Cards are cheap and easy data storage medium, and they are very convenient for storing Arduino sensor data. There are also a number of cheap readily available MicroSD Card Modules for Arduino, and I already made Instructable on how to log Ultrasonic Ranger distance to MicroSD Card. I also made Instructable on how to display Location Information from GPS Module to LCD. Almost immediately somebody asked for for Instructable on logging GPS I...
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TabLeft Workshop

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Build: LED Cabinet Lighting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wRo3TnFSig
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John Shovic

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Pi2Grover Kickstarter at 230%. The Pi2Grover board provides 15 Grove connectors for your IOT prototyping needs.
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Boian Mitov

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And my 49th Instructable is ready :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect PCF8574/PCF8574A I2C GPIO to Arduino Nano to add 8 more Digital pins, and program it with Visuino
#Arduino #Visuino
No matter how many ports an Arduino board has, they never seem to be enough for the cool new project you have in mind ;-) . Luckily there is a solution. The Arduino has both I2C and SPI pins, and there are a number of I2C and SPI GPIO chips, and modules built with those chips. One of the cheapest and most widely used one is the PCF8574/PCF8574A. On the positive side it is widely available and there are ready cheap modules with it. The down side i...
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Steve Spence

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Share your favorite project from http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com and tag me and I'll send you a free arduino ebook!
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John Shovic

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Advanced Usage Manual Released for #WeatherPlus #weather board and the #OurWeather weather kit using the Arduino IDE. Exposes the #REST interface. #arduino #ESP8266 #raspberrypi http://www.switchdoc.com/2016/05/ourweather-weatherplus-advanced-usage-manual-published/ Source Code Included.
The advanced usage manual for the OurWeather Weather Kit and the WeatherPlus board has been published. The REST interface is detailed.
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Tom Howbridge

In the Shop  - 
 
A Sword is Born

Watch as I attempt to make a sword that can slice through anything in its path.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOd8ryzHHok
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John Shovic

Raspberry Pi  - 
Kickstarter at 332%. Last week to get in on the Missing Boards for the Raspberry Pi. Grove Connectors for your IOT Project
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Michael Makarevich

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Awesome furniture by Victor Mullan (USA). He worked as a professional woodworker for over 40 years. In this video you will see the unique projects he made for his own home over the years.
I did put a Russian voice over but you can still here the English comments in the background.
Well you don't really need comments here. Victor's works SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES...:)
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John Shovic

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Part 3 of "Sun Tracking for Solar Power" shows the results of the three day test of a sun tracked panel versus an untracked. +25% improvement
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Brandon Keeven

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Looking for Makers and Creators budgets available

I am producing an event May 21st in NYC and we have a space for makers to showcase their creations and ideas. We are offering budgets for approved projects.

Thank you for looking

The Event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1670167269900365/

FOR MAKER PROJECTS SUBMIT HERE:
http://goo.gl/forms/giRMkz2Iyw

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Are you aware that's the same weekend as the huge national Maker Faire in San Mateo?
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