DIY project for monitoring water flow with Arduino via Instructables
Thomas Amberg got inspired after participating in a *Water Hackathon, in Switzerland, this past June. He posted his DIY project for monitoring water flow on Instructables. He used an Arduino microprocessor with LED lights to monitor the flow of water into his bathroom tub.
The 2 day workshop was run to promote Open Source Technologies for Rivers, Oceans and Lakes.
* “Through discussion and hands-on hardware hacking, we expect open exchange on the implications and possibilities of sharing technology to approach environmental exploration and preservation.”
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