Posts by Adam

Making: Rebooted

Almost everybody knows what it is like when things get busy and an interest or hobby gets put on the back burner indefinitely. It has been a couple years since I posted about my last serious project. This month marks a year since we packed up everything, sold the house, and moved to Pittsburgh. Since then…

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From Asheville to Pittsburgh

I was born just outside of Columbus, Ohio but moved to the mountains of Western North Carolina at the age of fourteen where I lived in and around Asheville for the past twenty years. It is a nice city in a beautiful location, but after so long it was time for a change. I had never…

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Constructing a Simple Outdoor Enclosure

Though I’m a bit late getting this post out as a followup to last year’s Detecting Lightning with a Raspberry Pi, the topic of project enclosures never really gets old. Especially cost effective and readily available ones. These days there are a plethora of board specific cases and enclosures available online for things like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, BeagleBone,…

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Detecting Lightning with a Raspberry Pi

I’ve always been fascinated by both lightning and remote sensing. Giving the rather obvious and ubiquitous nature of the former, it provides the perfect opportunity to do a bit of the latter. Lightning detection and the resulting data — while obviously useful for protecting people, pets, and equipment — can also help with things like storm identification,…

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Welcome to Coffee With Robots!

We are currently working on our first real post for CoffeeWithRobots.com. If it is not up within the next couple of days it is highly likely that the robots didn’t like the coffee we brewed and subsequently destroyed us. In that case we kindly ask that you avenge us.

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