As part of accumulating data for Sensything applications we have been tinkering with a lot of unique sensors. Among the experiments we have done, we would like to showcase an interesting sensor - the SparkFun VR IMU Breakout - BNO080 (Qwiic). Read the full update.
We have some great news! A review on Sensything has been published in the HackSpace magazine. The insights the article provides are already being worked on from our end. So we would suggest you to stay tuned for further updates from us on Crowd supply. Read the full update.
We finally shipped the devices to Crowd Supply last week, and, despite additional setbacks on the shipment of batteries, all crowdfunding orders have been shipped along with some pre-orders Read the full update.
This time around, we have a surprise in the form of the addition of an on-board datalogging feature. Now you can also save data on the board itself with the new microSD card slot on the bottom of the board. Read the full update.
The Sensything campaign has been successfully funded and we wish to thank all our backers, media, and enthusiasts for their support. Read the full update.
This update explores Sensything's Qwiic compatibility. Plus, we are happy to announce the Beta release of our Sensything BLE app for Android! Read the full update.
Citizen science is an ever-evolving and dynamic concept. With its advent, scientific research was not confined to state of the art laboratories. Even a person with no scientific background could pitch in to conduct meaningful research that has an effect on our common welfare. It's this sense of “collective participation” that will set the milestones for a green environment. Read the full update.
The Sensything GitGub repository is now up. For now, we have the hardware files up, and the firmware and the rest of the content will be posted in coming weeks. Read the full update.
We had a good first 3 days of launch, even getting some customer feedback already, which we have incorporated into the campaign. We have added two new pledge levels. Read the full update.
To meet our own development needs, we decided to build a platform, Sensything, for analog and digital sensors along with multiple connectivity options. With it, the output of analog sensors can be measured by a 24-bit ADC for high precision values, while for digital output sensors you simply plug-in the Qwiic-compatible sensors to the board. Just to make it more interesting we added IoT capabilities to transmit and record data. Read the full update.