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Might have know that you'd have a Star Trek mug Leonie!
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It was great for me to work as an Intern at Designspark innovation centre, Bengaluru RS Components and Controls PVT LTD. During the internship, we interfaced multiple sensors and actuators with a microcontroller for embedded system design.
RS Components and Controls PVT-LTD, DesignSpark Innovation Center - where we got the opportunity to do Internship. We performed many different tasks and learnt many skills during the Internship.
Recently, Banksy shred one of his artworks - just as it sold at auction for over a £1million. People wanted to know why and what it meant. I wanted to know how. So I made my own versions. This is version 1 - using a commercially available shredder.
Use your voice to turn a switch on and off with Amazon Alexa and XinaBox. This project demonstrates what can be done with the xOC03 and Alexa by using a fan we just had lying around to be an output.
This tutorial explains how to use the Bosch BME280 weather sensor (xChip SW01), and specifically, temperature data, to control a desk fan, via a solid state relay (xChip OC03). We programmed in Python using Zerynth Studio - a partner of XinaBox & RS
I've always had a soft spot for shiny things. So when I discovered Paul Parry at Bad Dog Designs ran a course to make your own Nixie Clock, I couldn't resist ...
Build your very own weather station and get weather updates directly to your mobile device! Astonishingly quick & easy build with ☒CHIPS.
In a series of Designspark articles, I have outlined my creation of a stylish, great sounding, portable 12 Volt sound system. In this Project post, I give a more detailed break down of how the system was put together.
Weather station which displays temperature and humidity data when requested by the relevant gesture input.
With the usual rock-band line-up of ukulele, double bass, washboard and phonofiddle, and with harmonies to die to, the Boodlum's find humour in the best and worst of popular music. They needed a new prop ...