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Community Corner – January 12, 2016: The Featured Projects from last Week


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Jay Summet shared is impressive Nissan Leaf Battery Pack project this week on our Community. The full write up his here!

I’ve successfully gotten my S-10 conversion EV running on Nissan Leaf modules. (read more)


Featured Community Project from the Adafruit Blog

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This week on the blog, we featured Zymurgeneticist’s excellent Climbit project, which is a DIY wearable fitness tracker that tracks the amount of feet that you climb.

The idea for this bit of wearable tech was born out of a climb-a-thon that I do annually to benefit First Descents, an organization that gets young cancer survivors like myself living a life beyond cancer.

For the climb-a-thon, participants usually set a goal and climb to that goal to help raise donations. Many set that goal as their distance climbed, either setting a goal of say 500 ft or climbing a foot for every $1-5 raised.

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