Received this Learning Lab Kit on a Shield for Arduino from Programming Electronics Academy today and am very pleased.
Today I have been experimenting with the Particle Photon and logging environment data to the internet via the Data.SparkFun.com. Data.SparkFun.com is a free service for posting, storing, and reading sets of data.
A data type in a programming language is a set of data with values having predefined characteristics. Examples of data types are: integer, floating point unit number, character, string, and pointer.
I built the Arduino GPS Clock by Tony DiCola over at Adafruit. The clock was very cool, setting it’s time from the satellites, however, I soon started feeling like I was wasting my GPS shield by only using it to get time. So I decided to use the RGB LCD Shield which
This is a really cool project that was originally on Make as a GPS Cat Tracker. Michael James, at the Programming Electronics Academy, put together an excellent 10 minute video showing you how easy it is to do this project.
I received a message on twitter asking if I knew how to test if a GSM Sim900 module was working. I have not worked with that module hands on but did recall a great write up on it from a trusted source, John Boxall of http://tronixstuff.com. I learned of John through Arduinos site under Mannuals and Curriculum. His […]