Hi I'm Philip Hayton a contract software engineer, also known as gotbadger online and I like to make stuff.
This project puts together cheap easily obtainable dev boards and a 3d printed cases to create cheap but accurate IoT environmental sensors. Most projects use a busy loop that heats up the micro which effects temperature readings, but in this one I use the ESP8266 deep sleep to keep things cool.
What do you get when you cross an ancient Epson thermal printer, Instagram and a python hack job? A project that allows you to create a permanent receipt of your finest Instagram favorites.
FreeAgent does not like exports from Transferwise Borderless accounts. This simple converter sorts things out.
Dubble was a double exposure photo app, you could mix your photos with anyone else in the world. Our users loved it but unfortuantly it didnt work out. The app may be gone but I created an archive so you dear reader, can still experience some of its magic.
I was intrested in generating a more detailed representation of the Mandlebrot set and seeing if I could get it to display in terminal.
I've always been facinated by the Mandelbrot set. This generates a colourful text only version in the terminal.
Absolute nonsense for my own ammusement.
During a hackathon we where challanged to come up new ways of displaying scientific data. This project maps variations in reading to tone changes creating a somewhat eerie represntaiton of that data!
I usually prefer to create self contained projects than write but when I do it ends up here.
- [2013-05-30] Setup Ssh Tunnel On Osx
- [2013-01-09] Simulating Network Latency On Osx
- [2013-01-08] Flashing Arduino Bootloader Using Usbtinyisp On Windows
- [2010-06-20] Arduino Controlled Epson Tm T88p Printer