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Finally got round to creating my new esp8266 wireless temperature sensor. Its coded using the esp8266 Arduino IDE, communicates via MQTT and use the DS1631 I2C temperature sensor IC.
Code available if anyone’s interested. (read more)
Featured Community Project from the Adafruit Blog
This week on the blog, we featured Michael’s awesome Arduibag project video, which is a wearables project intended for bike riders.
Arduibag is a connected backpack for bike riders. It is also an open source project created by two passionate french guys: Michaël D’AURIA and Stéphane DE GRAEVE…(read more)
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