Here’s a video demonstrating how to keep your BBQ under control using COSM and Flyport Wi-Fi: Michael Posavec, a strong supporter of openPicus, decided to hack his Maverick wireless BBQ thermometer adding Flyport Wi-Fi to make it Internet connected.
Stefano has completed work on a holiday project known as the DIY Santa Claus Singer with Flyport. It is built around an animated Santa Claus decoration with the control switch bypassed with an NPN transistor. The switch is controlled over the internet via the Arduino/ethernet shield combo which responds to Twitter messages. Part one of […]
Today we announce the winner of the OpenPicus WIFI development board. There were lots of creative project ideas, thanks for your submissions. Congratulations to Tom, his idea for WIFI-controlled theater props scored him the OpenPicus starter kit: I build custom lighting, props and scenic effects for the theatre.As these things are very mobile on the stage, […]
Today is the last day for the OpenPicus Nest starter kit giveaway. If you’d like one just leave a comment with a project idea. We’ll give it away later in the day.
Tomorrow we’ll give away a Nest starter kit. If you’d like it just leave a comment on yesterday’s post with a project idea.
OpenPicus gave us a Nest starter kit WIFI development platform to give away. Leave a comment on this post with a project idea, and it could be yours on Thursday. OpenPicus is working on open source wireless hardware and a free application development platform. The current WIFI hardware has a PIC 24FJ256GA106 microcontroller, and an […]
OpenPicus is working on open source wireless hardware and a free application development platform. The current WIFI hardware has a PIC 24FJ256GA106 microcontroller, and an MRF24WB0MA module provides the wireless. An Arduino-like IDE has libraries and frameworks to simplify wireless development. If you have the grit to develop a wireless app without a proper debugging […]