Make a GPS logger to map your dog’s playtime at the park or hike in the woods! This intermediate FLORA microcontroller circuit is a great first GPS project. Use conductive thread to stitch up the sewable GPS and FLORA so there’s no soldering required.
For this project you’ll need:
- FLORA main board
- FLORA sewable GPS
- conductive thread
- sewable coincell battery holder with battery
- 3xAAA battery holder and batteries
- scrap of tablecloth vinyl
- sewing needle and thread
- sturdy tape like gaff or packing
- clear nail polish
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