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RePhone Kit CreateToday SeeedStudio launched an intriguing new Kickstarter project, the RePhone. Reminiscent of Google's Project Ara, the RePhone is a modular phone built from open source components.

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22

Arduino Wars: Genuino vs the Phantom Arduino and the Clones

arduino, Genuino, Maker Faire, Seeed Studio Commenti disabilitati su Arduino Wars: Genuino vs the Phantom Arduino and the Clones 

gen-featThe biggest news coming out of Maker Faire Shenzhen, outside the size and intensity of the event itself, was the announcement made by Massimo Banzi that Arduino boards using the name Genuino will be made in China by Seeed Studio. There have been plenty of Arduino clones made in China¬†that¬†closely […]

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Nov
08

New Project: Cellular Sensor Sentinel

arduino, GPRS, GreatCreate, gsm, RadioShack, Seeed Studio, wayne and layne, Weekend Projects Commenti disabilitati su New Project: Cellular Sensor Sentinel 

wp15_step8_reshotbThis project uses the Seeed Studio GPRS/GSM v2.0 Shield to build a versatile Arduino-based remote alarm system that can notify your cell phone within seconds, via text message, when nearby doors or windows are opened or closed, pressure sensors depressed, or motion sensors activated, just to name a few of the many possibilities. Here we'll teach you how to connect simple motion, touch, pressure, and light sensors, and how to program the Arduino to use the shield to send text messages when these detect events. It's easy to adapt this system to use other sensor devices like temperature probes, magnetic switches, tilt sensors, etc.

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