Welcome to part one of the Seismic Sundays series! For the next 3 to 6 months, I’ll be attempting to make a seismology station that sends data to a web server for anyone to see. Today’s post won’t have anything technical on it. I will just be talking about what I plan on doing.
Posts tagged microcontrollers
I’m really interested in aviation and lately, I’ve been toying with the idea of making a glass cockpit. This is a big project and most of my time will probably be spent on it. There are a lot of different systems for the glass cockpit like an IMU, an MCU to take in sensor data, a display for showing information and much more.
I’m starting off the project by working on understanding GPS. I’ve managed to make my own (albeit bulky) GPS receiver that shows coordinates, speed, altitude and heading:
About a month ago, I used the pic18F and the SF Music Instrument Shield to play some songs from Ocarina of Time. A friend requested Saria’s song quickly after I had posted. I accepted the challenge.