The latest Electric Imp has already been released in Beta version and is ready to accept orders of development kits for designers.
The Electric Imp is an SD-card sized WiFi (802.11b/g/n) module with built-in antenna, 6 I/O, Arm Cortex M3 Micro-controller, and a Cloud-based infrastructure for programming and control. The I/O supports serial, I2C, SPI, A2D, D2A, and PWM interfaces. The Imp uses the Squirrel programming language, which is a small footprint C/C++ derivative for embedded devices. Continue reading →
German designer Dennis Siegel from the Bremen University of Arts was able to obtain power from appliances like computer, coffee maker and other electronic device through electromagnetic waves.There will always be electricity in the form of electromagnetic waves around us and we should harness it as it as a free source of power. Continue reading →
Here is a cool project that we found on Hackalog.
As you all know there are many useful applications of temperature and relative humidity measurements sensors. They are readily that are available on the market consisting of both temperature and humidity sensors, signal conditioning, Analog to Digital Conversions (ADC), calibration and communication interface built in single module packages. Continue reading →