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Sensors open up worlds of possibilities. SunSPOT is Java compatible sensor technology. Small Programmable Object Technology = SPOT. Working with SunSPOT or other sensors? Experimenting or thinking about it? Come on in! We want to hear all about it!

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Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2011

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Getting started with Arduino

(photo by Nicholas Zambetti)I just went to the Maker Faire in the Bay Area with my friend Michael Hauser. The expo was filled with Arduino!…Continue

Tags: maker, faire, gainesville, hackerspace, banzi

Started by Michael Levin Jun 14, 2009.

Arduino sensors

I was talking with my friend Daniel at the McRorie Community Garden in Gainesville yesterday. He said that gardening sensors were all the…Continue

Tags: instructables, arduino, sensors

Started by Michael Levin May 8, 2009.

ProSense

Marko Stankovic is involved with an EC-funded project called ProSense. He describes it here, on his Codetown blog.…Continue

Tags: Stankovic, Marko, sensor, sunspot, prosense

Started by Michael Levin Mar 28, 2009.

What are you doing with SunSPOT?

Please share your projects (or ideas) here.

Tags: sunspot

Started by Michael Levin Mar 18, 2009.

Roger Meike Discusses SunSPOTs at Google

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Tags: java, sensor, sunspot

Started by Michael Levin Mar 18, 2009.

What is a SunSPOT?

"What is a SPOT?It’s a piece of hardware that has an array of sensors, an IO port, a radio for wireless communications, a set of LEDs, some switches, a rechargeable battery and a USB port for…Continue

Tags: sensor, java, sunspot

Started by Michael Levin Mar 18, 2009.

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Comment by Michael Levin on May 27, 2009 at 9:16am
Vlad, I have been looking at Arduino and will go to the http://makerfaire.com/ in a few days! I'll let you know what I learn...
Comment by Vladimir Vivien on May 27, 2009 at 7:46am
Mike, great group. I have a SunSpot and it's a great toy (platform). Also, couple of other great Java-based embedded computing platforms 1) http://www.sentilla.com/developer.html Sentilla Perks and the http://BugLabs.com. Check them out.
Comment by Michael Levin on March 18, 2009 at 9:26pm
 

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