A user-built smoke detector #SmokeSniffer #Trinket #3dThursday @Gerard_Harbers
This week, California is facing an unprecedented number of fires. Twitter user Elisabeth Bik posted readings of the smoke particulates outside and in the home. This was possible as her husband built a small, portable detector using a Honeywell laser detector read by an Adafruit Trinket M0 microcontroller. The case uses 3D printed parts.
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