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Triangle Embedded Computing Hack Afternoon (TriEmbed)

Triangle Embedded Computing Interest Group (TriEmbed)

It's time again for another Hack Afternoon meeting of TriEmbed hosted by SplatSpace!.

No prior experience is required to attend hack afternoon and you don't even need to own an Arduino or Raspberry Pi or other specific hardware. Other attendees will be glad to let you look over their shoulder and ask questions. Some will even hand you some parts and let you tinker. If you have your own parts, definitely bring them. We have lots of space and everyone should have room to work on a reasonably sized project.

If anyone has projects they'd like to collaborate on, feel free to subscribe to the TriEmbed mailing list and start a conversation. This announcement has also been cross-posted to that list.

We hope to see you there!

Directions to SplatSpace are here. Note that under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All attendees must strictly follow safety instructions of SplatSpace members and those posted on site.

Is Durham too far away? See the TriEmbed web page for details of other meeting locations.

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  • Alex K.

    I'm trying to build something, and having some difficulty. I want to be able to take regular temperature and humidity readings of my environmental chamber (i'm a researcher), and have those readings uploaded to the internet where they will be displayed in graph form. That way, I can look online and see if my environmental chamber is showing too much fluctuation in temp/humidity. Help?

    July 19, 2013

    • Pete S.

      Hi Alex. Step one: Visit the web page and follow the link to subscribe to the TriEmbed web page where 150+ local people would read a repeat of your msg. In parallel, steps two and three: Tomorrow's meeting will have at least a few folks who can help explore your application and at the August meeting at NCSU there will be a presentation about sensors, and typically a raft of people with extensive experience to tap into. But no need to wait: send your request to the email list first. Good luck.

      July 19, 2013

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