This compass reads the correct heading even when tilted

Consider an analog or even digital compass. While you can reasonably expect either to point towards magnetic north when held flat, when you add tilt and/or roll to the equation, things get a bit wonky. That is unless you’re maker “lingib,” who was able to construct a magical compass using an Arduino…

Single-sensor selfies with the Flying Pixel Portrait…
While most cameras use an array of sensors to quickly capture an image, Niklas Roy presents a different…
Arduino SIM, the new cellular connectivity service…
Arduino SIM: 10MB Free Data for Up to 90 Days! The new Arduino SIM offers the simplest path to cellular…
Zerynth r2.2.0 Patch p05 is available with support…
We’re happy to announce the release of the patch p05 for Zerynth version r2.2.0. This time, the patch…
Cloud Native Java Innovation at the Eclipse Foundation
The world's leading technology vendors, including Fujitsu, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Red Hat, SAP, and…
Update for Jakarta EE community: May 2019
Active participation represents the best way to drive the vendor-neutral and rapid innovation necessary…
Geometric Nixie tube clock and environmental display
Creators keep coming up with new clock designs, and while you might think that every new possibility…
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