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Accumulatos AWS ESP32 lanyard @accumulatos #AWSreinvent2017 @MongooseOS @AWSreInvent

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Just getting around to post this (found the hardware!)… wanted to make sure we had it in our massive FEATHER list (and more). Accumulatos made this super-cool FEATHER-compatible IoT lanyard for the Re:Invent event to demonstrate AWS IoT.


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1 Comment

  1. Hi – I actually have one of these things! I hadn’t realized it was Feather compatible until this post. I’ve been trying like crazy to connect to the light array using Arduino. Any ideas how that might be done? I’ve checked the schematics. I tried a lot of things, including this gist which I thought would do the trick, but not yet – https://gist.github.com/spacehuhn/cbe7981d93daddd788b3459505665f13

    Any ideas? Thanks a lot!

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