ioBridge Demo – Friday, Nov. 13 @ 7pm
Want to put some sensor data on the internet? Maybe you’d like to go the other way and control your project remotely over the web? You can do all of these things, and more, without having to set up your own server and without writing code using an ioBridge!
On Friday, November 13th, at 7pm, ioBridge developer (and comedian) Hans Scharler will visit HackPittsburgh to give a demo of the ioBridge IO-204 I/O module, show off some of its capabilities, and answer questions about what you can do with it!
As a Friday event, this talk is open to the public, so bring your friends!
In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about the ioBridge (or get one of your own), you can check out the ioBridge website, ioBridge blog, and ioBridge FAQ.
What: ioBridge talk and demo
Where: HackPittsburgh, 1936 5th Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219
When: Friday Nov. 13th, 7pm
[…] The ioBridge Team will be at Hack Pittsburgh Friday, November 13th at 7pm. We will talk about web-enabling projects and getting microcontrollers online fast and securely. The session will include hands-on demonstrations and Q&A. The presentation is open to the public. Get more details on the MAKE community bulletin board or on HackPittsburgh.org. […]
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