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Review: Nomad Wireless Stand is Solid Charger with Room to Improve - YouTube
Power supply is proprietary; hard to replace. Also see comments regarding charging (not good). "This is actually Inductive charging, NOT wireless. The stand itself needs to be plugged into a power source in order to generate the inductive field. This not wireless at all and at 7.5 watt, this will charge the phone much slower compared to the 12.4 watt charger that Apple provides with the iPad, which can also be used to charge the iPhone. Also, while on the stand, you won't be able to use your device. Usage will cause the charging to slow down, as the device draws more than what the mat can provide. As far as I'm concerned, I'd much rather plug my phone into my charger and still use my device."
video  review  wireless  charger  travel  nomad 
yesterday by outkast
Tactigon: Gesture Controller for Robotics, Drone, AR and Gaming with Arduino
T-Skin is a natural extension of your hand. It is not a glove or bracelet, but a tiny device for many applications: Robotics, Drone, AR and Human Interface. T-SKIN is redefining and simplifying the way of business man during presentation, the experience of the interaction with robot, drone and AR.
arduino  gesture  touch  controller  wireless 
yesterday by cyberchucktx
The LoraWan Pager | Hackaday.io
The SnapOnAir Lora pager project is a personal creation started in 2017 during a trip in Mauritius island. I just want to rebuild a modern Fidonet over wireless lora/MESH systems. I want all this OPENSOURCE and OPENHARDWARE. It is my first attempt to create a complex PCB. That's a great challenge but so exciting. What was only a single device creation challenge became a creation of a collection of 5 different communicators around the same concept.
hackaday  lorawan  pager  communication  wireless  lora 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
Wireless Doorbell Using Your Former One - Hackster.io
Transduce the 12 VAC to a digital switch attached to your favorite HW platform. You may want to have a smart doorbell that sends you notifications whenever someone rings at your door, which might be very practical when you are not at home. The tip: you don't need neither to change your old doorbell nor to spend much money.
hackster.io  doorbell  homeautomation  wireless  bluetooth 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 Multisensor Shield with Node-RED | Random Nerd Tutorials
In this project you’ll discover how integrate the ESP8266 Multisensor Shield for the Wemos D1 Mini board with Node-RED. The ESP8266 Multisensor Shield will establish an MQTT connection with a Raspberry Pi running Node-RED and Mosquitto MQTT broker.
randomnerd  tutorial  esp8266  wireless  sensor  node-red  mqtt 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
CC3000 Smart Config - transmitting SSID and keyphrase ~ Depletion Region
the automagic to connect IoT kit, by modulating packet length to do a poor-mans morse signaling
wifi  automatic  configuration  IoT  network  wireless 
2 days ago by asteroza
Thoughts and observations on Apple’s iPhone XS/XR and Series 4 Apple Watch introductory event • Daring Fireball
John Gruber:
<p>AIRPOWER: I wrote about AirPower’s absence earlier this week. What I’ve heard, third-hand but from multiple little birdies, is that AirPower really is well and truly fucked. Something about the multi-coil design getting too hot — way too hot. There are engineers who looked at AirPower’s design and said it could never work, thermally, and now those same engineers have that “told you so” smug look on their faces. Last year Apple was apparently swayed by arguments that they could figure out a way to make it not get hot. They were, clearly, wrong. I think they’ve either had to go completely back to the drawing board and start over with an entirely different design, or they’ve decided to give up and they just don’t want to say so.</p>

I'd love to see an analysis from someone who knows about Qi charging (which Apple uses) on why AirPower was overreaching, but I can completely believe that this has turned out to be too risky because of heat. In the meantime you could always get this <a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/products/gazepad-pro-wireless-charging-mouse-pad">wireless charging mouse mat</a> ($39, one-week shipping) - which looks quite a lot like AirPower.
wireless  qi  airpower  charging 
5 days ago by charlesarthur
1 connection, 7 balloons, 1,000 kilometers – Loon Blog – Medium
Apparently one could do similar with existing HSMM-mesh setups for several years now, minus the antenna pointing. Plus there is the grand-daddy of it all, the AT&T long lines network (though that was point to point and really mesh). Notable that this appears to be microwave, judging by the antenna, and not lasercomm.
google  project  loon  long  range  relay  network  networking  internet  wireless 
7 days ago by asteroza

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