The Problem Statement Like many people, I work in a room with a workbench, lights, fans, Air-Conditioning and bench test equipment etc. During work hours I have a habit of taking trips away from the bench for a multitude of reasons which includes visits to the little boy’s room, taking personal phones calls, 15 minutes... Continue Reading →
This week I take a look at the Cypress Analog Co Processor Kit. The official website is at http://www.cypress.com/products/psoc-analog-coprocessor and in my video, I take a look at the PSOC Kit as well as the PSOC Creator Software. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awuQyhztke0 Like and subscribe to support! Thanks
Introduction A lot of people think about starting gardening as a hobby and some even imagine growing their own vegetables and fruits at home. However as a consequence of busy schedules, most of us will never get the time to maintain the garden the way we want. Plants need consistent care and look after to... Continue Reading →
Element14 held a contest where they would give away the XBox One build to one lucky member and guess what. That was me. I received the XBox One Portable from the Ben Heck show via UPS who totally destroyed the casing. I was surprised it survived the trip though the hinges were broken and the... Continue Reading →
Its been a while since this project and I really havn't had the time to write a blogpost in a while. Last year, I made an IoT light for the Element14.com roadtest plus where I used a lot of technology from Texas Instruments and Wurth Electronics. TI was kind enough to showcase the build on... Continue Reading →
A quick post here. I have been working with TI's MSP430 recently and will all the excellent community support, I thought I should give something back. I just released a beta version of a small Economy launchpad for the G Series at https://github.com/inderpreet/MSP430EconoPad and you can download the Eagle Files as well as the Gerbers... Continue Reading →
I wanted to do a video series on IoT, how to design IoT Devices and how one implementation is different from the other. I weight out the pros and cons of each technology and try to find a best case scenario.
Prelude I started a series of posts on how to build a Quadcopter from scratch and in the previous posts, I had explained the basic hardware build. I built up the wooden frame and mounted the motors, speed controllers and props and I also did a basic test. The brainless beast was able to takeoff... Continue Reading →