It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
Dozing off in class and meetings? Prove why! Measure CO2 levels and publish to the cloud using anduinoWiFi and Adafruit IO.
We're pretty good at maintaining our code base, not so much at maintaining our office plants. We use Arduino to keep our plants alive.
Use Bare Conductive Electric Paint, an Arduino, and the anduinoWiFi shield to make a system that sends a text when a leak is detected!
Project tutorial by Samir Undavia and Adam Cellon
Make a terminal chat client powered by the same technology as the Facebook Messenger mobile app and display your messages on your Arduino!
Project tutorial by Adam Cellon
For 3D makers the worst thing is running out filament in the middle of a hours long print. This device will order for you when it is low!
Project tutorial by ArtSuzhou
Hi there! If you've made it to the point where you're running the authCodeGrant sketch I'm assuming you have completed the authorization code grant process and now have an authorization token correct? Something like...
You'll need to change that auth_code in the sketch to the one returned to you in the browser before you run the sketch. This code will only be valid for an hour or so, I think 90 minutes if I remember correctly, so if that's expired you'll need to run through the authorization code grant/lwa procedure linked above again before you try to proceed. Hope this helps!
Good question Erik! While washing our paint brushes free of conductive ink in the sink we thought hmmm...
Just kidding, I wish I could recall and epiphany moment where we decided to use the Bare Conductive paint to detect a leak... it just sort of happened! We've just been experimenting with different use cases for the paint!
Hey Jonas, thanks for the heads up, great point!
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