Slouching. It happens to the best of us. Did you know you can build a slouch detector with Circuit Playground?
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In this guide we will go through the steps to turn your Circuit Playground into a slouch detector. Using one of several pinning options along with various battery supply options, you can then wear your Slouch Detector while sitting at a desk. It will provide a warning if you, well, get a little slouchy – hopefully with reminders, you can keep your good posture and maintain a healthy back!
This project uses the sensors already included on the Circuit Playground so no additional electronics or soldering are required. You will also need some batteries and a holder for the batteries.
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