Here's an in-depth look at soil sensors and how to work with them using your ANAVI Gardening uHAT. Read the full update.
Here's a closer look at the Microchip MCP3002, the heart of the Anavi Gardening uHAT. Read the full update.
We have received official confirmation that ANAVI Gardening uHAT is certified as open source hardware by the Open Source Hardware Association! Read the full update.
Our campaign is now live! There are many automated-gardening solutions on the market, but what makes the ANAVI Gardening uHAT unique is that it is an entirely open source add-on board for Raspberry Pi. It is available in three do-it-yourself kits with various sensors and peripherals. Read the full update.
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