Go Small Go Wireless

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome – Other Boards

> Other Wireless Modules X-OSC x-OSC is a wireless I/O board that provides just about any software with access to 32 high-performance analogue/digital channels and on-board sensors (gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer) via OSC messages over WiFi. There is no user programmable … Continue reading

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome – summercamp

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> Example use at the summercamp Fabric circuit   example-use with ESP-12 Go to Examples/ esp-mqtt-arduino and open mqtt-pub. (if you added the library while running the IDE, restart the IDE so it recognizes the added library) this sketch publishes … Continue reading

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome – MQTT

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> what is MQTT? what is mosquitto? MQTT (formerly MQ Telemetry Transport) is a publish-subscribe based “light weight” messaging protocol for use on top of the TCP/IP protocol. It is designed for connections with remote locations where a “small code … Continue reading

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome – ESP8266

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> Introduction to ESP8266 What is ESP8266? “ESP8266 is a highly integrated chip designed for the needs of a new connected world. It offers a complete and self-contained Wi-Fi networking solution, allowing it to either host the application or to … Continue reading

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome – Network 101

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> network 101 Here is a short network-101 which shows some basics about wireless networks, Accesspoints and general Network infrastructure. 1. IP-Address Each device in a network is identified by a unique number, the IP-Address (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address). The network can be … Continue reading

Go Small Go Wireless Outcome

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Outline of the project/ Focusgroup-goal When working with eTextiles on the body, we tend to need to access the textile (either used as a sensor or an actuator) wirelessly with a portable power supply. There are many solutions like bluetooth … Continue reading

Go small Go wireless

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  As we desire to seamlessly embed the electronics within our eTextiles projects, we often seek for small but powerful computation or small and energy efficient solutions. Lilypad to Teensey, there are many choices, but what do you choose? and … Continue reading