A detailed instructions of how to build this weather station project by Open Green Energy: This Instructable is a continuation to my earlier weather station project. It was quite popular on the web, people around the globe made their own by following it and given valuable feedbacks for improvement.By taking consideration in to the comments and Q&A […]
Rui Santos over at Random Nerd Tutorials posted a step by step guide on building an ESP8266 Wi-Fi button: In this project you’re going to build an ESP8266 Wi-Fi Button that can trigger any home automation event. This is like a remote control that you can take in your pocket or place anywhere that when […]
Here’s an application note from Microchip: WiFly WebScan (PDF!) WebScan is a special firmware release based on the standard WiFLY firmware that is designed to run on all Roving Networks Wi-Fi™ modules such as the RN-171 and RN-131. The Webscan firmware adds Real-Time Location System (RTLS) capability and is designed specifically to address the key requirements in […]
Spark Core: Wi-Fi for Everything (Arduino Compatible) The Spark Core is an Arduino-compatible, Wi-Fi enabled, cloud-powered development platform that makes creating internet-connected hardware a breeze. This little board packs a punch: with a 72 MHz ARM Cortex M3, the best Wi-Fi module on the market, wireless programming, and lots of pin outs and peripherals, there’s […]
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.
Texas Instruments released the CC3000 integrated WiFi IC. It features on-chip everything needed to connect your project to a WiFi network. TCP/IP stack, configuration utilities, and your security tools are included in the IC. Vince made a breakout board for this IC using Altium Designer. Also available are design files direct from TI for their own evaluation […]
TP-Link WR703N is a OpenWRT supported Wi-Fi router that comes with ‘only’ 4MB of flash and 32MB of RAM. If you are not satisfied with these, they are easily upgradable as described in the forum. RAM can be upgraded to 64MB if you are not afraid of hot air soldering. Just take out one chip […]
Saulius tipped us to the Carambola, a Wi-Fi module that supports UART, SPI, I2C, and Ethernet interfaces. On their wiki page you will find how to setup and use this device, as well as a few demo projects. Via the contact form.
There is a new Wi Fi module around. It supports UART, I2C, SPI, and Ethernet interfaces. The board has a RT3050 320Mhz CPU with 8MB of flash memory and a 32MB onboard RAM chip. It is built to support Linux based embedded systems via the OpenWRT. Via the contact form.