Idiotware Shield: IoT for Arduino, Simplified

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Dec 13, 2016

Morse Code Learner (Intermediate)

Morse code used to be a vital method of communication in the 19th and 20th centuries. Morse code is a method of sending text messages by keying in a series of electronic pulses, usually represented as a short pulse (called a “dot”) and a long pulse (a “dash”).

The letters S.O.S. (Save Our Souls) are recognized as an international signal of distress. We are using the Idiotware Shield with the Mesh Radios to send Morse coded messages to a second Idiotware Shield.

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$49

Idiotware Shield

Buy the Idiotware Shield at retail price. Includes one Idiotware Shield. Free shipping to USA and India.


$89

Idiotware Shield + All Modules

Includes one Idiotware Shield and all four add-on modules: OLED display module, HC-05 Bluetooth module, NRF24L01 mesh networking module, and pre-programmed ESP-01 Wi-Fi module. Does not include Arduino board or accessories. Free shipping to USA and India.

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Curiosity Gym

Curiosity Gym is a leading makerspace in Mumbai that helps enthusiasts build prototypes. Curiosity Gym also runs Innovation Hubs in schools and colleges to awaken curiosity and help catalyze making, innovation, design thinking, and entrepreneurship across all age groups.


Girish Nair

Jehangir Khajotia

Rupin Chheda

Devansh Shah

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