Posts Tagged ‘internet of things’

Arduino Bot tweets temp/humidity updates

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

While testing out various sensors, Steve from thought it would be fun to make the Arduino actually tweet out what the current status of our office is. "The Arduino records the current, minimum, maximum and temperature change as well as humidity and then sends out a tweet to a...

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BotQueue open source 3d printer over web control software

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Developer Zach Hoeken and his friends at BotQueue have released the code for their software which allows 3D printer conrol over the internet. They call it BotQueue. BotQueue lets you control multiple 3D printers through the Internet and turn them into your own manufacturing center. Think cloud-based computing, but for...

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Nimbits 3.3 is live

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Nimbits 3.3 is live! With Nimbits, you can record data into "Data Points" hosted on a public or private cloud that can be connected to sensors, social networks, devices, software or anything else. The Nimbits team reports: This version of Nimbits provides full machine to machine (M2M) communication capabilities using...

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