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2014
To all the Element14 members interested in participating to the Internet of Holiday Lights roadtest, and more generally to anyone who'd like to play with the Arduino Yún for building Internet of Things applications, this video is for you! It gives you a very brief introduction on how you can turn an RGB LED strip that you can get on Amazon or eBay for ~25USD, into a remotely controlled IoT device using MQTT, the Eclipse IoT free broker, and an Arduino Yún!     The M ...
This is a quick post to show how easy it is to connect a DHT22 temp and Humidity sensor to an Arduino and have it output its reading on a web page that can easily be accessible from anywhere on the internet With a little more work you can pretty up the display and add other features. This is just to demonstrate a proof of concept to you   The library is directly from the Arduino Playground, what I am demonstrating here is how to combine a few libraries to create something useful, a little ...
Hi all,   I'm trying to raise some funds for the Portlet project on Kickstarter:   https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/65790393/portlet-the-programmable-outlet   The brain is an Arduino Pro and it's sporting 2 relay controlled outlets, 2 thermocouple inputs, 4 buttons, the reset button, and an LCD screen.   Here's a list of some project ideas using the Portlet:   http://www.mechtechlab.com/wiki/portlet-2/portlet-uses/   Thanks for taking a look!  Hope i ...

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