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Lima: the brain of your devices

Lima: the brain of your devices

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BITalino - BioMedical Development Kit - DEV-12750 Description: Introducing the BITalino, a (comparatively) low cost biomedical data acquisition dev board that allows you to create projects using physiological sensors and tools. Each BITalino is presented in a “ProtoSnap style” making it able to be programmed as a whole board or snapped apart for use in future projects. This dev board also has no shortage of programming APIs which include Python, Java, Android, and more. The BITalino is equipped with nine removable “blocks” which can be used straight out-of-the-box and include an MCU, Bluetooth, Power, EMG, EDA, ECG, Accelerometer, LED, and Light Sensor! At the heart of this dev board is the tried and true ATMega328 micro-controller that can be configured with a sampling rate up to 1000Hz and capable of supporting six analog inputs (four at 10-bit, two at 6-bit), four digital inputs, and four digital outputs.

Personal Homepage PhD Model Canvas is a management chart that allows PhD students describe and design their PhD proposal when starting their research journey and continue updating their direction and goals during 3-4 years of reach. The Idea is from a year ago when Tersia Gowases ( and me learned about Business Model canvas. Tersia was thinking we should use the same model before starting a research paper. Now after a year I decided to extend Tersia idea so it can be use for proposal writing. I think starting a business and PhD program have many similarities.

5 Apps To Chat And Text With No Internet Connection Via Mesh Network Updated: April 22, 2017 Home » Smartphone and Tablets » Apps and OS These apps are known as ‘Off-the-grid’ chat messenger app that works even without internet connection or 2G, 3G, or 4G network coverage, somewhat like the Walkie-Talkie app for iOS and Android. These app allows you to communicate with each other within a range of up to 100 – 200 meters, it works by broadcasting your encrypted data via the WiFi or bluetooth. If there is no direct connection between A and C, the app will bounce the message from A to B to C.

INTOINO DIY KITS: what do you want to make today? INTOINO MAKERS kits allow you to build electronic projects and "Internet of Things" in minutes without being a programmer or an engineer. Everyone can be a MAKER! It's as easy as LEGO! For a year INTOINO has been working hard to democratize electronics and the Internet of Things to enable everyone, makers, artists, designers and students to build their own project! Portal:Complex Systems Digital Campus - Wikiversity To become a new Wikiversity user, choose "Create account" on the top right of your browser window, then choose the green button "Join Wikiversity". Then, log in with your user name. If you are not familiar with Mediawiki syntax (used to create these pages), please read [1]. Open questions, challenges and resources[edit] The CS-DC Wikiversity portal is where the CS-DC living roadmap is developing under the peer-to-peer collaboration of all the concerned scientists in the world.

Accessories for Pico Data Loggers Accessories for DrDAQ A wide–range of sensors and accessories are available for the DrDAQ data logger. For details of the full range, including specifications, please visit the DrDAQ website. civic technology This is a liveblog of the talk "Understanding America's Interested Bystander: A Complicated Relationship with Civic Duty," by Kate Krontiris, John Webb, Charlotte Krontiris, and Chris Chapman. Blogged by @natematias and @erhardt, with illustrations by @willowbl00. What motivates everyday people in America to do things that are civic, and how do we engage the unengaged? Kate Krontiris and John Webb shared the results of a major study carried out by Google's Civic Innovation team today at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. [note: we were asked not to include any photos of the event, which was not recorded, but we were allowed to publish these notes]

The USB DrDAQ Data Logger - making data logging fun My USB DrDATA Data Logger really is all that you need.Just look at all of these features… Built–in sensors for light, sound and temperature 4 digital inputs and outputs 3 sockets for external sensors High impedance input for pH or Redox measurements 100 kHz, 8–bit oscilloscope with a ±10 V range Signal generator with AWG for creating your own waveforms Captures fast signals USB connected and powered Use up to 20 USB DrDAQs on a single PC Supplied complete with PicoLog, PicoScope and an SDK Sensors Thanks to the built–in sensors for light, sound and temperature you can start using your USB DrDAQ Data Logger straight out of the box. (Doctor DAQ has also included an RGB LED that you can program to show any 1 of 16.7 million colours.) When you want to do more with your DrDAQ you can thanks to the external sensor sockets.