HealthyPi v4 – Unplugged, monitors vital signs using ESP32
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HealthyPi v4 – Unplugged, monitors vital signs using ESP32

HealthyPi v4 is a wireless, wearable, open source vital signs monitor powered by ESP32. Reliable health monitoring has traditionally required that we tether ourselves to machines capable of recording our vital signs around the clock. Outside of a clinical setting, however, this is...

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Spartan Edge Accelerator Board – Arduino FPGA Shield with ESP32
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Spartan Edge Accelerator Board – Arduino FPGA Shield with ESP32

Spartan Edge Accelerator Board is a Xilinx Spartan FPGA development board in the Arduino UNO shield form factor. With the onboard ESP32 chip, it can also provide WiFi and Bluetooth functions. Arduino - cheap to buy, easy to learn, simple to use, but can't deal with complex calculations...

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Riverdi IoT Displays for Next Level IoT Projects
IoTLCD/OLED

Riverdi IoT Displays for Next Level IoT Projects

Designed and produced with everything an IoT engineer might need, the python-programmable ESP32- powered IoT display by Riverdi is an expandable, cloud-ready GUI with a sleek design, low power consumption and top of the line graphical capabilities for high-quality IoT projects. The...

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Getting Started with Adafruit.io IoT Cloud Platform
IoT

Getting Started with Adafruit.io IoT Cloud Platform

In the last tutorial, we examined How to connect your IoT devices to the Arduino IoT Cloud, and we saw how to send and receive data, from and to the cloud. With multiple cloud solutions available for IoT devices, there might be a need for you to work with one not as traditional as the...

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Digital Caliper Computer Interface
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Digital Caliper Computer Interface

Digital Caliper Computer Interface can be used to log data on a spreadsheet. Report by Jeremy S. Cook @ blog.hackster.io With a few pointers found here, he found that this data is transmitted in a continuous stream in 24 bits at 1.5 volts. He therefore level-shifted the 1.5V output to...

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Using ESP32’s Flash Memory for data storage
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Using ESP32’s Flash Memory for data storage

The ESP32 has about 4MB of internal flash memory and since the data stored within the flash memory is retained even when power is recycled, it becomes super useful for applications where you need to keep certain amount of data even after power off. For today's tutorial, we will learn...

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Using a 16×2 I2C LCD display with ESP32
Arduino

Using a 16×2 I2C LCD display with ESP32

A few weeks ago, we examined the features of ESP32 module and built a simple hello world program to get ourselves familiar with the board. Today, we will continue our exploration of the ESP32 on a higher level as we will look at how to interface a 16×2 LCD with it. Displays provide a...

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Espressif Announces the 
Release of ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU
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Espressif Announces the 
Release of ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU

Espressif announces the release of the 
ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU, which is a highly integrated, low-power, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Microcontroller SoC supporting Wi-Fi HT40 and 43 GPIOs. Based on Xtensa® single-core 32-bit LX7 processor, ESP32-S2 can be clocked at up to 240 MHz. ESP32-S2 is...

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