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creativewidgetworks | June 17, 2017

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Raspberry Shake Wins Innovation Prize

March 24, 2017 |

Congratulations to OSOP SA, the team who brought us the [Raspberry Shake], a personal seimograph, on being awarded the Panama National Prize for Business Innovation for their work on the Shake.

Left to right: Amilcar Watcher, Ángel Rodriguez, Kiara … Read More

Raspberry Shake online!

December 6, 2016 |

Today, I received my Raspberry Shake (an inexpensive professional grade personal seismograph) that uses a Raspberry Pi for data collection, processing, and uploading data (if you choose to share seismic data with the world).

It took only a few minutes … Read More

Measuring reaction time

November 18, 2012 |

For a science fair project, Jeremy wanted to design an experiment to measure the effects of different types of distractions on a person’s reaction time.  In order to accurately measure the time required to respond to a stimulus, two PIC … Read More

Stereo FM Transmitter

July 20, 2008 |

My quest was simple: Have the output of my iPod transmit to my car’s FM radio. I tried a number of devices which worked to some degree.  However, either the signal drifted with temperature or the signal was so week … Read More

SuperProbe

September 3, 2007 |

When my Radio Shack logic probe gave up the ghost a while back, I took it apart only to discover that the probe consisted of two piggy-backed printed circuit boards and an estimated 20-30 parts. It was time for a … Read More