Instant Wild project camera uses Raspberry Pi and crowdsourcing to catch poachers
New Wimoto sensor. The company's new Watermote sensor can both detect the presence of water, and determine its level, which could come in really handy for alerting users to flooded basements or other spaces, low water levels in ponds or pools, or even knowing how much water is left in a cistern or rain barrel or swamp cooler reservoir.
New Wimoto sensor
Teenager invents a flashlight powered by the heat from your hand
Meet Earl, Your Solar-Powered Backcountry Survival Tablet "Earl, is an Android-powered, solar-charged, two-way radio enabled, waterproof tablet. Earl is designed from the bottom up to be the off-grid gadget that could save your life, whether you're just on a jaunt into the woods for the day or you're prepping for an emergency or survival situation." For more on solar, visit www.GreenerDawn.com
It is not only a neat project for creating an emergency light but also an excellent project for kids learning about science.
Underwater robot looks for endangered sturgeon fish - Given favorable conditions observed in satellite data, University of Delaware researchers are deploying the device to look for sturgeon. "In three weeks of the experiment, 10 sturgeon have been detected by the robot. If not tagged already, fish are tagged and then released." Included is a link to the team's facebook page.
World’s smallest wireless LED lamp casts a big shadow