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!!Interesting sensors no one's done yet

[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HA1DX4DQdM&feature=youtu.be| GridEye]] http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/AMG8831/255-3509-1-ND/3461616
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* [[Reports.TMP102 | TMP 102]] by [[~nsc248 | Noah Crowley ]]
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* [[Reports.TMP102 | TMP 102]] - Surface-mount digital (I2C) temperature sensor - by [[~nsc248 | Noah Crowley ]]
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* [[[Reports.TAOS TCS230 | TAOS TCS230 summary]] The TAOS TCS230 Programmable Color Light-To-Frequency Converter converts light to frequency. Original report by Spencer Kiser- updated by MV Carbon in May 2012[[~sk1800|Spencer Kiser]] [[~mc194|MV Carbon]]
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* [[[Reports.TAOS TCS230 | TAOS TCS230 summary]] The TAOS TCS230 Programmable Color Light-To-Frequency Converter converts light to frequency. Original report by Spencer Kiser- updated by MV Carbon 2012 [[~sk1800|Spencer Kiser]] [[~mc194|MV Carbon]]
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* [[[Reports.TAOS TCS230 | TAOS TCS230 summary]] The TAOS TCS230 Programmable Color Light-To-Frequency Converter converts light to frequency. Original report by update by MV Carbon May 2012[[~sk1800|Spencer Kiser]] [[~mc194|MV Carbon]]
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* [[[Reports.TAOS TCS230 | TAOS TCS230 summary]] The TAOS TCS230 Programmable Color Light-To-Frequency Converter converts light to frequency. Original report by Spencer Kiser- updated by MV Carbon in May 2012[[~sk1800|Spencer Kiser]] [[~mc194|MV Carbon]]
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* [[[Reports.TAOS TCS230 | TAOS TCS230 summary]] The TAOS TCS230 Programmable Color Light-To-Frequency Converter converts light to frequency. Original report by update by MV Carbon May 2012[[~sk1800|Spencer Kiser]] [[~mc194|MV Carbon]]
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* [[Reports.Olimex EEG-SMT | Report for Olimex EEG-SMT, tested with Brainwave]] EEG-SMT is part of the Open EEG project. By [[~mbv227 | Mónica Bate]]
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* [[Reports.ePIR | ePIR]] Original report by [[~ls3101 | Luca Shapiro]]
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*[[(Reports.PNIFieldForceTCM) PNI's FieldForce TCM IMU]] - [[~ao929 | Alex Olivier]].
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""Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs)""

*[[(Reports.SparkfunRazorIMU) Sparkfun's 9 Degrees of Freedom - Razor IMU]] - [[~jms1024| Jen Shannon]].
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'''Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs)'''

*[[(Reports.SparkfunRazorIMU) Sparkfun's 9 Degrees of Freedom - Razor IMU]] - [[~jms1024| Jen Shannon]]. 3 MEMS sensors: a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyro, 3-axis magnetometer and a programmable microcontrollor on one small board. Powerful (and accesible) tool for calculating realtime 3D orientation.
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*[[(Reports.SparkfunRazorIMU) Sparkfun's 9 Degrees of Freedom - Razor IMU]] - [[~jms1024| Jen Shannon]].
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* [[[Reports.TTL Serial JPEG Camera with NTSC Video|TTL Serial JPEG Camera with NTSC Video]] -Adafruit NTSC camera. [[~mdm532|Melissa dela Merced]]
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*[[Reports.ECG | ECG Polar Wearklink + Sparkfun Heart Rate Monitor Interface]]
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* [[(Reports.)Conductive ink]] Using Bare Conductive ink as a sensor. Original report by [[~mdl425|Manuela Donoso]]
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* [[[Reports.HDJD-S822|HDJD-S822 Color Sensor Breakout]] -Sparkfun Color Sensor Breakout. [[~mdl425|Manuela Donoso]]
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*[[Reports.Adafruit TSL2561 |Adafruit TSL2561]] - Adafruit TSL2561 Full Spectrum Light Sensor- [[~zr279 | Zevensuy Rodriguez]]
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* [[Reports.HIH-4030 | Humidity sensor HIH-4030]] by Luca Shapiro and [[~mdl425|Manuela Donoso]]
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*[[Reoprts.Ultrasonic Distance Sensor | Parallax PING]] Parallax's PING)))™ ultrasonic sensor provides a very low-cost and easy method of distance measurement. This sensor is perfect for any number of applications that require you to perform measurements between moving or stationary objects. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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* [[Reports.MG8 11 | MG8 11 C02 Gas Sensor]] by Melissa dela Merced and Mónica Bate
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* [[Reports.TMP36 | TMP 36]] by Luca Shapiro and Manuela Donoso
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* [[Reports.MQ135 | MQ135 Gas Sensor]] by Luca Shapiro and Manuela Donoso
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* [[Reports.Thermistor 10K | Thermistor 10K]] - 10K thermistor with a negative temperature coefficient. Good choice for temp-sensing applications. . Datasheet report by [[~mbe230|Merche Blasco]]
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*[[Reports.EMG | EMG]] or Electromyography senses the contractions of muscles. [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | Carleton University]] has some explanations and schematics. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller. There is also the [[http://www.torinomargolis.com | FreEMG]] by Torino Margolis is fairly similar to Advancer Technologies' design.
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*[[Reports.EMG | EMG]] or Electromyography senses the electrical output of the muscles when contracted. [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | Carleton University]] has some explanations and schematics. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller. There is also the [[http://www.torinomargolis.com | FreEMG]] by Torino Margolis is fairly similar to Advancer Technologies' design.
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* [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | EMG]] explanations and schematics at Carleton University. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller. There is also the [[http://www.torinomargolis.com | FreEMG]] by Torino Margolis is fairly similar to Advancer Technologies' design.
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*[[Reports.EMG | EMG]] or Electromyography senses the contractions of muscles. [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | Carleton University]] has some explanations and schematics. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller. There is also the [[http://www.torinomargolis.com | FreEMG]] by Torino Margolis is fairly similar to Advancer Technologies' design.
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* [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | EMG]] explanations and schematics at Carleton University. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller. There is also the [[http://www.torinomargolis.com | FreEMG]] by Torino Margolis is fairly similar to Advancer Technologies' design.
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* [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | EMG]] explanations and schematics at Carleton University. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use as a video game controller.
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* [[http://www.biomed.engsoc.org/node/30 | EMG]] explanations and schematics at Carleton University. Also [[http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/tutorials.html | Advancer Technologies]] has tutorials and examples of EMGs in use for a video game controller.
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* [[Reports.HMC6352 | Honeywell HMC6352 Compass Module]]. This Compass Module, made exclusively by Parallax combines two magneto-resistive sensors . Report by [[~rs3836| Nicholas Johnson and Rose Schlossberg]]
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* [[Reoprts.Kinect | Microsoft Kinect]] Controller-free gaming means full body play. Kinect responds to how you move. So if you have to kick, then kick. If you have to jump, then jump. You already know how to play. All you have to do now is to get off the couch.. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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* [[Reports.Kinect | Microsoft Kinect]] Controller-free gaming means full body play. Kinect responds to how you move. So if you have to kick, then kick. If you have to jump, then jump. You already know how to play. All you have to do now is to get off the couch.. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reoprts.Kinect | Microsoft]] )))™ Optima exposed Flushometers offer the ultimate in flushing technology with the Optima EL-1500 infrared sensor, which adapts to its surrounding. Once the user enters the sensor's effective range and then steps away, the Flushometer solenoid automatically initiates the flush cycle. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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* [[Reoprts.Kinect | Microsoft Kinect]] Controller-free gaming means full body play. Kinect responds to how you move. So if you have to kick, then kick. If you have to jump, then jump. You already know how to play. All you have to do now is to get off the couch.. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reoprts.Kinect | Microsoft]] )))™ Optima exposed Flushometers offer the ultimate in flushing technology with the Optima EL-1500 infrared sensor, which adapts to its surrounding. Once the user enters the sensor's effective range and then steps away, the Flushometer solenoid automatically initiates the flush cycle. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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* [[Reports.Trackpad | Multi-touch trackpad]] Building a multitouch trackpad with one PIC chip and electrodes. Original report by [[~ds3457|Deqing Sun]]
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*[[Reoprts.Optima Exposed Royal ES-S True Mechanical Override Flushometers | SLOAN]] )))™ Optima exposed Flushometers offer the ultimate in flushing technology with the Optima EL-1500 infrared sensor, which adapts to its surrounding. Once the user enters the sensor's effective range and then steps away, the Flushometer solenoid automatically initiates the flush cycle. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reoprts.QRD1114 IR Sensor | QRD114 IR Sensor]] QRD1114 is an unfocused Infrared Reflective Photo Detector. It's used when you need to detect a surface transition without touching it. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reoprts.Ultrasonic Distance Sensor | Parallax PING]] Parallax's PING)))™ ultrasonic sensor provides a very low-cost and easy method of distance measurement. This sensor is perfect for any number of applications that require you to perform measurements between moving or stationary objects. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reoprts.QRD1114 IR Sensor | QRD114 IR Sensor]] QRD1114 is an unfocused Infrared Reflective Photo Detector. It's used when you need to detect a surface transition without touching it. Reporter : [[~bhl236 | Tony Lim]]
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*[[Reports.Microsoft Kinect | Microsoft Kinect]] - Hacking the Microsoft Kinect for OSX and Windows - [[~en590 | Lily Szajnberg and Erica Newman ]]
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* [[Reports.ADXL202 Accelerometer|ADXL202 2-Axis Accelerometer]], a 2-axis accelerometer from Analog Devices that can measure between -2g and 2g. Original report by [[~gak217| Grace Kim]] will be edited by Luca Shapiro and Manuela Donoso
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* [[Reports.ADXL202 Accelerometer|ADXL202 2-Axis Accelerometer]], a 2-axis accelerometer from Analog Devices that can measure between -2g and 2g. Original report by [[~gak217| Grace Kim]] will be edited by Luca Shapiro and [[~mdl425| Manuela Donoso]]
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* [[Reports.RFID | RFID]] Report for the HID Multiclass RFID reader and iClass Contactless system. Report by [[~mdm532| Melissa dela Merced]].
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* [[Reports.RFID | RFID]] Report for the HID Multiclass RFID reader and iClass Contactless system. Report by [[~mdm532| Melissa dela Merced]].
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* [[Reports.Rotary Encoder Using Paul Stoffregen's Encoder library | Rotary Encoder Using Paul Stoffregen's Encoder library ]] This library makes it easy to interface Rotary Encoders with the Arduino [[~zr279|Zevensuy Rodriguez]]
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* [[http://vimeo.com/4432687 | Flex Sensors]] The following flex sensors are tested and reported on here: the Spectra Symbol Flex Sensor, the Gentile brand that's available at Jameco and the bookstore, and the Flexpoint Bend Sensor. Original report by [[~rb1551|Rebecca Bray]].


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* [[Reports.LY530AL | LY530AL - 300/s Gyroscope]]: This sensor measures angular rate, how fast an object turns. - [[~ao929 |Alex Olivier and Deqing Sun]]
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