Machine Learning – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

There are a lot of cats around where we live and some are agressive towards our pets. So here’s a description of a successful project to deter them from waiting outside our cat-flap to beat up our guys.

robMachine Learning – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Board Anyone?

Making PCBs used to be hard. But now I’ve found EasyEDA and it’s great. Here are links to some boards I’ve made. So what’s stopping you. Get making!

robBoard Anyone?

Auto Reminder Watch

Auto Alarm Watch to remind kids about music lessons and the like. When in range of a suitable Raspberry Pi running the calendar connection software the watch gets new time alarm settings automatically via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). It then vibrates discretely when the time comes to leave for a music lesson. It is also a binary display watch.

robAuto Reminder Watch

Central Heating Monitor

A “box” to monitor various aspects of a central heating system – and software, etc.

robCentral Heating Monitor

Spidey Wall for Real

Rupert’s guest post has given me the kick required to “finish” the Spidey Wall – here’s a video to show what it does.

robSpidey Wall for Real

A Reliable MBED WebServer

I’ve had several goes at making a fast and reliable web server for MBED. Now I think I have finally cracked it!

robA Reliable MBED WebServer

Spidey Wall Animation

This is a guest post from fellow LED fan Rupert Rawnsley who has developed a great animation

Rupert RawnsleySpidey Wall Animation

Spidey Wall PacMan

A variant of PacMan for the Spidey Wall – please try it out

robSpidey Wall PacMan

Spidey Wall

The Spidey Wall is intended to evoke Spider-Man’s costume and contains almost 2000 individually addressable coloured LEDs

robSpidey Wall

Sensing Mains with Mbed/Arduino

Using an off-ebay voltage alerter as a heating pump monitor on an MBED/Arduino.

robSensing Mains with Mbed/Arduino