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Arduino and open source go to sniper school

Posted on Sunday, July 31st, 2011 in Arduino, code, measurement, open source by the machinegeek


Antipasto Hardware posts this cool project demonstrating how to use an Arduino and a TouchShield to keep track of shot patterns while at the range.

This is a quick video showing off the Arduino Liquidware TouchShield Slide, and Bjorn Entperprises camo case, all Open Source Hardware based, at the firing range with a Remington 700 Centerfire Rifle.

The Arduino and TouchShield Slide are running the Sniper Training App (available for free, and open source at www.liquidware.com) which helps track shots for measurement and cluster metrics.

All the parts and source code are available for free and are open sourced over at www.liquidware.com and antipastohw.blogspot.com.

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