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A Chuck Norris fact dispenser

By martinm, in DIY and Internet of Things, february 19,2016.

This week, we decided to build a small gadget which will undoubtedly change the course of your life. It's a small cube able to print a different "Chuck Norris" fact each time you press a button. You can even take it everywhere with you, it's wireless.

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One tool to rule them all

By seb, in Misc, february 11,2016.

This week, we added a new tool to the command line API. This new tool is called ysh : it's the shell for Yoctopuce modules. It's an interactive tool enabling you to run any command on any module. Let's see what improvements it brings...

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How to track a package with a YoctoHub-GSM

By mvuilleu, in DIY and Internet of Things, february 05,2016.

Courtesy of carpostal.chThe Swiss Post is renowned for its efficiency in handling shipments within the country. Priority packages are delivered in any city, town, or village within Switzerland the day following the day of dispatch, even in remote valleys. This week, we decided to perform a small experiment to see how this service works by following the journey of a package with a YoctoHub-GSM-2G.

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New! The YoctoHub-GSM

By martinm, in New stuff, february 01,2016.

We talked about it for years, here it is at long last! The YoctoHub-GSM enables you to drive Yoctopuce modules in the middle of nowhere... as long as "nowhere" is not too far away from a GSM tower. But let's not spoil our fun and let's have a closer look...

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Creating an multimeter with a Raspberry Pi Zero

By seb january 20,2016.

A few months ago, the Raspberry Pi foundation announced a new Raspberry model: the Pi Zero. This new model evolved from model A, but is smaller and most importantly cheaper. This week, we received this new Raspberry Pi Zero. To test it, we decided to build an HDMI multimeter by connecting our USB sensors to the Raspberry Pi Zero.

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