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LA Robotics Club Message Board › Gamma radiation detector for mobile devices

Gamma radiation detector for mobile devices

Esteban U.
Los Angeles, CA
Post #: 11
Ok, this is probably not really robotics, but I"m guessing with an arduino or other controller it would be possible to detect gamma radiation. I saw this today:­

TBH, $350 seems like a lot. I was recently looking at an ion chamber­

I've never built one, but it would be neat to do one and then tie it into a mobile device for feedback. I don't have any experience building anything like this but I thought I'd throw it out there for discussion and see if anyone has ideas and suggestions on this? :)
user 17722901
Los Angeles, CA
Post #: 12
Nice Esteban.... that looks neat, I will like to play with that divice.

While we are talking about radiation... heres a video on a good semeritan teaching some teenagers about Nuclear Science...... lucky kids... I wish my science class had nice toys like that.


do be carefull with any radioactive stuff.
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