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Internet of Things Camera -

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Simple remote monitoring using a first-generation Eye-Fi wireless SD card and Adafruit Data Logging Shield for Arduino Introduction The Eye-Fi card is a tiny wireless memory card. It stores photos and fits inside a camera just like a regular SD card, but also has built-in WiFi transceiver that can upload images to your computer, smartphone or to various photo-sharing sites. Can the Eye-Fi card work in an Arduino SD card adapter? What makes this combination way cooler than just a normal SD card or a USB cable to a computer is all the infrastructure provided by the Eye-Fi service — not just transferring images to your computer, but pushing them to your smartphone, photo-sharing sites like Flickr, issuing email or Twitter notifications, etc. The camera project didn’t require any major engineering effort, but rather was a simple “mash up” of existing elements — a perfect example of the sketching principle of Arduino. Parts and Software Lists Parts used in this project include: Make It! Use It! Related:  Temp

L’internet des objets… drogués Que se passerait-il si les objets connectés pouvaient se comparer les uns les autres ? Si les objets pouvaient réagir à la pression de leurs pairs ? C’est l’étrange question que pose le projet de recherche AddictedProducts (voir également le blog) du designer Simone Rebaudengo, étudiant à l’université de technologie de Delft et qui travaille également en compagnie du designer Husman Haque, l’inventeur de Pachube (devenu Cosm), la plateforme pour interconnecter les objets via l’internet. Image : les toasters disséminés chez leurs locataires. Simone Rebaudengo s’est intéressé à l’intérêt que nous portons aux produits et à l’intérêt que le marketing voudrait nous voir leur porter. Le produit idéal pour bien des entrepreneurs serait donc le produit dont on a toujours besoin, qui chercherait toujours à se rappeler à vous, un produit qui capterait notre attention pour qu’on ressente son besoin, pour qu’on ne l’abandonne jamais. Vidéo : Brad le toaster.

Kit MintyBoost [v3.0] ID: 14 ​​- 19,50 $: Industries Adafruit, uniques et d'amusement électroniques et des kits de bricolage The world's first and only open-source hardware charger: The MintyBoost®! New version! Works with the new iPhone 4 & 5 and more! Please review the Minty Boost project page(s) before purchase and assembly!, some phones require different modifications to the kit to charge properly! Some phones such as the *iPhone 3gs are very sensitive to charging via USB and may not work in all environments or configurations. Make your own iPod/iPhone/GPS/etc... battery-pack and recharger! The charger circuitry and 2 AA batteries fit into an small space such as an Altoids gum or mint tin, and will run your iPod for hours, 2.5x more than you'd get from a 9V USB charger! New In Version 3: Provides 500mA @ 5V, tested and designed to work with all the latest iGadgets including the latest iPhones and iPods, etc., improved efficiency for high-drain devices, works much better with LiPoly battery mods. Kit comes unassembled and is suitable for beginners. Read more about the project on the Minty Boost webpage

Europe by Motorhome Introduction: Between mid-March and mid-December 2010 we traveled roughly 14,000 miles by motorhome through portions of twelve countries in western Europe. This Journal is intended to summarize our experiences and the knowledge we’ve gained for the benefit of other motorhome travelers. It will try to provide information of particular interest to those who either are already touring Europe by motorhome or might be considering doing so. While most of this information applies equally to all travelers, we will also cover visa issues that affect non-EU residents only. In 2011, between late February and the end of November, we traveled across southern Europe to the Balkan states and Bulgaria. In 2012, we arrived around April 1st and departed mid-December. General Summary: In order to minimize repetition, many items can be covered in a summary of motorhome travel considerations generally applicable throughout european countries. Expense Summary: average per gallon of propane was $2.88

4GB SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card Genuine Brand New [442] - US$9.99 : 1.The SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless Memory Card allows you to wirelessly transfer photos and videos from your camera to a smartphone, tablet, or computer. 2.When the SanDisk Eye-Fi Memory Card is within range of a connected device, your photos and videos will wirelessly upload into your media library, so they'll be ready for you to edit, share, and archive. 3.Because of built-in wireless connectivity, this simple-to-use memory card makes uploading, organizing, and sharing your photos and videos easier than e Before you order this card,please visit two below listings to know how to use thi card: Recommended Products SD Camera Cards (24mm x 32mm x 2.1mm) regular Cards (>=4G-Class 4,2G-Class 2) SD Camera Cards(24mm×32mm×2.1mm) Ultra(Class 6;200X) SD Camera Cards(24mm×32mm×2.1mm) Ultra(Class 10;200X) SD Camera Cards (24mm×32mm×2.1mm) Extreme(Class 10;200X,300X) SD Camera Cards (24mm×32mm×2.1mm) Extreme Pro(U1; Class 10;633X) SD/SDHC Card Reader Multi-in-1 Card Reader

InternetActu | sur Lecteur de carte magnétique - PS / 2 Interface - 3 Tracks (1 & 2 & 3) ID: 853 à 59,95 $: Industries Adafruit, unique et amusant bricolage électronique et kits Decode what's hidden on your credit cards, or use it for an access system - this mag-stripe card reader can decode all three tracks! We like this small and easy to use mag-stripe reader for being so microcontroller-friendly. Instead of a USB port, it has a PS/2 interface and acts like a 'keyboard'. In fact, its designed to be a 'pass through'/'keyboard wedge' device for point-of-sale terminals. What's nice about PS/2 is that it uses a single connector for power and data, and uses two data pins. When a card is swiped, the raw data is decoded, parity-checked and spit out as if they were typed on a keyboard.

Us HumanEyes Partners HumanEyes design software prepares images for lenticular printing with the HP Indigo 5600/ 5500 Digital Press and its One Shot Color printing technology. Océ Display Graphics devision is the manufactures of photographic and inkjet wide format printing equipment. FujiFilm Graphics is a world leader in the distribution of equipment, consumables and technical services for the graphic communications industry. Fujifilm Sericol is a leading global manufacturer of printing inks for the screen printing, narrow web and large format digital printing industries. Caldera Graphics is a software company, with 15 years experience in imaging solutions and technologies, specialising in driving solutions for large format peripherals worldwide. KBA is the manufacturer of the Genius 52 UV, a narrow format fast setup offset press. Kodak Graphic Communications Group, EAMER - a leading provider of innovative solutions for conventional, digital and blended print production environments.

Spark Socket Connects Your Regular Old Light Bulbs to the Internet | Gadget Lab Spark Devices founder Zach Supalla holding a light bulb screwed into a Spark socket. Image: Spark Devices Companies from Google to Comcast to Electric Imp are trying to connect home devices and appliances to the web, but the internet of things remains more of a complicated, distant dream than a reality. Spark Devices wants to start off simple, with one of the most used items in your house — the light bulb. Spark Devices launched on Kickstarter with a working prototype of what it calls the Spark Socket. “[The Spark Socket] was inspired by my dad, who’s deaf and uses lights for notification,” Founder Zach Supalla told Wired. Backers can pre-order Spark Sockets for $60 apiece, and the company is trying to reach $250,000 on Kickstarter. “Products like these will definitely get cheaper over time,” Supalla said. Watch the video below to see the Spark Socket in action:

Aperçu | BeagleBone New from the fine people who have brought us the Beagle Board, we now have a smaller, lighter, but powerful single board linux computer, Beagle Bone! We like this move to a more compact and integrated SBC. For example, there is onboard Ethernet and USB host, as well as a USB client interface (a FTDI chip for shell access). It even comes preloaded with Angstrom Linux on the 4 GB microSD card! The Beagle Bone is a great step up from microcontrollers (such as AVR, PIC, ARM Cortex M3, 8051, Propeller, etc) to microcomputers. The Bone also has great accessories built in, such as onboard Ethernet with 10/100M connectivity, mini USB port with TTL serial converter, JTAG debugger for advanced hacking, USB A host port for connecting a hub/WiFi/etc, power management IC that keeps the board safe from a misplugged adapter, and tons of 0.1" spaced breakouts

Search Results: budget Northern Thailand Costs and Review See our general tip page here. Note the costs here do not include flights, vaccines and insurance etc – this will be detailed at the end of the trip. Total per day THB gbp THB gbp Accommodation 14550 £311.92 808 £17.33 Trains 12 £0.26 1 £0.01 Taxis/Buses etc […] Laos Costs and Review See our general tip page here. Cambodia Costs and Review See our general tip page here. Vietnam Costs and Review See our general tip page here. See trip index here,Vietnam index here and additional Vietnam photos here After new year we carried on exploring Ho Chi Minh – but just as the , most things are closed at new year. Well we’ve made it to the half way point, 60 days out of 120. Malaysia Costs and Review See our general tip page here. Southern Thailand Costs and Review See our general tip page here. Where we stayed Be aware that you do get what you pay for, and our comments are made accordingly.