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Arduino Temperature and Humidity meter [DIY]
posted April 18 2012 6:23.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Quite some time ago i use the SHT15 sensor to make a humidity and temperature sensor with PIC microcontroller. Here is the same sensor used for this applications, but implemented with arduino and OLED display. Actually he uses the SHT11, but it is more or less the same. Click here to go.

[Link: Plasti Bots]
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Tags: arduino   sensors   temperature   humidity   electronic project   diy   avr   microcontroller   



This is how you can estimate the temperature from a cricket's chirp
posted July 4 2011 9:53.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I am not totally sure if this method is accurate or even real, but the post that i found in lifehacker is is surely interesting. According to a physicist named Amos Dolbear, one can...

[Link: lifehacker]
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Tags: crazy hack   temperature   animals   health & nature   experiments   crazy story   unsolved mystery   tips   








3D printer converts the desert sand into glass only with the sun!
posted June 27 2011 19:13.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Markus Kayser built this incredible machine! It is a fully functional solar-powered 3D printer and has a solar tracker and a large fresnel lens. The computer tracks the sun and...

[Link: this is colossal]
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Tags: solar   3D printing   3D media   temperature   pc related   crazy photo/video   crazy designs   extreme   creative   omg   



The Diesel engine was discovered from this fire piston!
posted June 21 2011 20:23.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It all began when i had this question which sounds absolutely logical: The higher above sea level we go, the colder it gets, but the higher we go, the closer to the sun we are. So...

[Link: makemagazine]
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Tags: physics   fire   pressure   temperature   discovery   science   inventions   history   explosion   



Reading temperature and humidity with a PIC micro
posted May 30 2011 20:08.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Raj from Embedded-lab informed me about his latest tutorial that he uploaded the day before. In this tutorial, he explains how can someone acquire data from the Sensirion temperature...

[Link: mbedded-lab]
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Tags: humidity   sensors   artistic   theory/tutorial   temperature   robot   pic   microcontroller   lcd   electronic project   








There is no geekiest urinal than this thermochromatic one!
posted May 4 2011 19:40.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I just saw this on neatorama, and i want one for my toilet! It has a heat sensitive wall that changes its color according to the temperature, getting red to the hotter regions. The...

[Via: neatorama]    [Link: geeky-gadgets.]
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Tags: commercial   games and fun   temperature   geek   



They sure don't make Pyrex like they used to
posted April 27 2011 20:23.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Pyrex became known worldwide mainly for the high temperature glass. Originally, Pyrex was borosilicate glass with added boron to the silica (quartz), the main ingredient in all...

[Link: popsci]
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Tags: discovery   temperature   crazy photo/video   science   chemistry   fire   



Kenneths' nixie tube thermometer
posted April 17 2011 20:02.59 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I really like nixie tubes. As a matter of fact, i have already order myself some to experiment with and make some more artistic projects. This project that Kenenth made will help me...

[Link: kennethfinnegan]
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Tags: nixie   electronic project   diy   high voltage   microcontroller   avr   temperature   








How to amplify the signal from a thermocouple pair
posted March 4 2011 22:23.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When i was designing my DIY soldering station, i faced one big problem: how to read and use the thermocouple output. If you read the thermocouple theory, you will see that the...

[Link: kennethfinnegan]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   thermocouple   amplifier   sensors   temperature   

















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