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milnepe

United Kingdom United Kingdom

IoT Systems Developer | IoTCloudTech

I'm a big Open Source fan and Linux aficionado with a penchant for Italian motorbikes

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milnepe

Arduino

3 months ago

Arduino-Powered Mechatronic Colour Sorter

Learn about controlling Stepper Motors, Servos and Colour Sensors with this fun Arduino Powered Mechatronic Colour Sorter project. If you are like me and you only like the red Skittles, this could be just the build for you!

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Projects

2 years ago

Arduino Powered Useless Machine

The idea is simple enough. It is a kind of modern day jack-in-a-box. It just sits there tempting the user to switch it “on”. When you do, the lid opens and a mischievous little leaver emerges and switches itself back “off” again. Each time you activate the switch you get a slightly different pattern of behaviour but it just keeps switching itself off, whatever you do.

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milnepe

Electronics Design

2 years ago

Set your pulse racing with Genuino 101 and Bluetooth LE

With just a few components and lines of code we have a pretty impressive heart rate monitoring device that connects wirelessly over Bluetooth to an app on a smart phone, opening up all kinds of exciting possibilities for sensing IoT applications.

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Raspberry Pi

6 years ago

Raspberry Pi Linux OS Review

Being one of the few Linux users at RS towers I have had the enviable task of taking home one of our Raspberry Pi's to put it through it's paces and I am absolutely amazed.

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