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$9 Single-Board Computer: C.H.I.P.
 

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Single-board development computers aren’t quite a dime a dozen—but they’re getting close. The latest contender for low-price leader is Next Thing Co.’s C.H.I.P., which packs Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity alongside fairly impressive specs for this kind of computer. And it only costs nine bucks....
 
Ambient connected display: Light
 

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"Beautiful, intelligent, connected light. Open hardware, open software, endless possibilities for play and delight." That is how Moore's Cloud an Australian based outfit led by Mark Pesce is describing their ambient display project called Light.We can break that description down piece by...
 
Android and Arduino Wireless Door Lock

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This Bluetooth enabled door lock was created as an Instructable by 17 year old Collin Amedee for the 2012 Arduino Challenge.Licensed under a Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike the kit of parts include: An Arduino (Instructable uses a Duemilanove), Electric Door Strike, Bluetooth Module ($9.99), TIP120 Transistor and an Android phone...
 
Arduino WiFi Body Scale
 

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Description: Open-electronics.org has put together a tutorial for you to use an off the shelf digital scale, an Arduino board and a Wi-Fi shield to send your scale's weight data to an online Google Document for tracking and monitoring. ...
 
Arduino-Compatible Indoor Positioning: Pozyx
 

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Pozyx is an Arduino-compatible hardware kit for indoor positioning. In other words, it lets robots and other projects locate themselves within a space — like GPS, but at the centimeter-scale resolutions needed to navigate the interior of a home instead of the wide streets...
 
Autonomous Connected Product Marketplaces: ADEPT

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IBM recently published a pair of white papers about ADEPT, a proof-of-concept demonstration of a decentralized network infrastructure for the Internet of Things. Empowering the Edge: Practical Insights on a Decentralized Internet of Things lays out the...
 
Blueooth Light: Loochi
 

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Loochi is an ambient Bluetooth 4 "smart lamp" from a Santa Cruz TB Ideas. The project continues on with the trend of ambient light devices we have seen in the past but breaks away in at least one direction in that it is completely...
 
Bluetooth Development Board: BLEduino
 

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Created by Puerto Rico based Kytelabs the BLEduino is a new Arduino compatible Low Energy Bluetooth platform designed to enable easy development and smartphone communication for your latest project or prototype.The main board is basically a shrunken (1.7" length) down Arduino Leonardo that uses...
 
Bluetooth Development Board: LightBlue Bean+
 

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Punch Through Design, a hardware startup with offices in San Francisco and Minneapolis, is back with a successor to its tiny LightBlue Bean development board. The LightBlue Bean+ won’t replace the original, but offers additional capabilities and ease-of-use that make it suitable for different...
 
Cellular development board: SparqEE CELL
 

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SparqEE CELL is a new cellular development board created by engineer Chris Higgins and the SoCal based SparqEE team that wants to ease the burden of bringing long range connectivity to your latest product or DIY experiment. The USB powered kit includes support for...
 
Cellular IoT Development Kit: Electron
 

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Electron is the latest wireless development board from the Spark team, and marks the company’s jump onto the cellular connectivity bandwagon that seems to be all anyone involved in the Internet of Things can talk about recently. Like Spark’s previous products,...
 
Cheap Wifi Development Module: ESP8266
 

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In recent months a quiet buzz has been building among the Internet of Things maker and developer communities, and the word on everybody’s fingertips is: ESP8266. OK, that’s not exactly a word. It’s the designation of a range...
 
Citizen Flood Detection Network

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The Oxford Flood Network is a citizen science project to keep tabs on flooding in local waterways. It’s an example of how the Internet of Things can enable a community to be more connected to its environment (Which is especially relevant in this area...
 
Citizen Wireless Air Quality Monitoring: AirBeam
 

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The folks at Brooklyn-based nonprofit HabitatMap make it their goal to spread awareness of the connection between the environment and human health. With AirBeam, a wireless air quality monitor now on Kickstarter, they’re hoping that a distributed network of “aircasters” will be the next...
 
City Environmental Sensors: Array of Things

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Created by researchers at Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago Array of Things is a network of sensor boxes that will be mounted to lampposts and other infrastructure around Chicago. With the city government’s approval, each “node” in the network will collect block-by-block...
 
Coin-sized Arduino compatible Bluetooth board: RFDuino
 

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In the recent past when trying to add Bluetooth communication to your Arduino project you had to bite the bullet on a seperate and often expensive shield. Armen Kazanchian the founder of California based Open Source RF wants to change this with RFduino.Built on...
 
Conference Analytics: Data Sensing Lab

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The Data Sensing Lab is a project sponsored by O'Reilly Media with the tagline "Hardware hacking for data scientists". By deploying custom wireless hardware at tech conferences like Strata and Google I/O the team is looking to advance what real-time sensor network data collection, analysis, and visualizations...
 
Connected Home Product Tookit: Lelylan

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Lelylan is an API and toolset with aims to make app development for the Internet of Things easy and quick for Makers and manufacturers alike. The company also has lofty design goals, taking aim at the many different apps and “user experience” interactions currently...
 
Connected OLED Prototype Screen: TinyScreen
 

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TinyScreen, the latest addition to the TinyDuino snap-together prototyping line from TinyCircuits (Winners of our IoT Awards Open Source category in 2012), is a powerful and inexpensive display for connected gadgets and wearables. Did we mention...
 
Crowdsourced Weather: PressureNet

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PressureNET is a project by Canadian company Cumulonimbus that uses a smartphones built-in barometric sensor (currently offered in several Android phones and used mainly to improve location data) in combination with the companies app to collect atmospheric pressure data from users around the world.The...
 
DIY Bicycle Barometer

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The bicycle barometer is a project by developer Richard Pope that takes daily weather forecast data and the status of the subway lines and outputs a graphic value (bike sign at one end and a tube sign at the other) telling him whether it...
 
DIY IoT Connected Electronics Kit: SAM
 

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London-based SAM Labs is billing its first product, the SAM development kit, as “The Ultimate Internet-Connected Electronics Kit.” Hyperbole? Maybe. But the kit has a few features that set it apart from similar products. SAM modules come in...
 
DIY Web-Enabled Car Traffic Counter

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Geoffrey Barrows is a researcher and entrepreneur based out of Washington, DC. His company Centeye focuses on computer vision systems and has recently branched out to head some Open Hardware initiatives like the ArduEye and creating the embedded vision system community Embedded Eye. Typical...
 
Environmental Monitoring: Smart Citizen Kit
 

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The Smart Citizen Kit is an environmental monitoring hardware board, web service and mobile app developed to connect "people with their environment and their city to create more effective and optimized relationships between resources, technology, communities, services and events in the urban environment."The project was...
 
Expandable Smart Home Hub: Stack Box
 

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Stack Box, from Malaysia- and San Francisco-based Cloud Media, joined the fray of home automation hubs by closing a successful Kickstarter last week. Two things help Stack Box stand out from the ever-increasing crowd of similar devices: Expandable hardware, and the ability to act...
 
 
 
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