Wargaming at a conference with the ESP8266
As part of OSHCamp 2015 I’m running a workshop on KiCad, an open source PCB development tool. I’ve run a few workshops on PCB design in the past and it’s always hard work; either trying to keep everyone at the same
The ESP8266 is a very cheap (£3 delivered in single quantities) WIFI chip that makes it easy to add internet connectivity to a microcontroller. I got excited when I found you can also flash your own firmware and do everything on
The ITW 57M-SS solid state hall effect button with pinout, schematic and diagram.
I’m pleased to be working on another visualisation project for DEE, and it’s exciting to finally be in collaboration with @Bristol. I say finally because I used to visit as a boy. A new solar tree is being built in
Reading a GEO minim energy meter with a webcam and Python
learn about energy usage with wearable electronics