Arduino in action from Memphis, Tennessee

Priya KuberFebruary 6th, 2013


This is a submission about an Arduino in Action from Memphis, Tennnessee by Guy Cobb.

Here is what he posted:

Hello from Memphis, Tennessee. I wanted to send all of you at the
Arduino headquarters this photo of my office with my Arduino
“wallpaper” and Arduino earthquake detector. My Arduino project
incorporates a Mega, Uno, and Duemilanove with a cell phone shield for
remote control.

Do you have an arduino-in-action in your office too? Do send us pictures with interesting stories behind it.

3 Responses to “Arduino in action from Memphis, Tennessee”

  1. Paul Furley Says:

    That’s a pretty neat Earthquake detector, I wonder how well it works? I’d be interested to know how much it cost to build?


  2. Frank Allen Says:

    I agree, would like to know more about the detector !

  3. Giuseppe Persson Says:

    Hi there, You’ve done a great job. I will certainly digg it and personally suggest to my friends. I’m confident they will be benefited from this web site.

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