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…

New Zerynth-powered XinaBox IoT kit is here – XK52…
Our partner XinaBox has a released a new Zerynth-powered IoT kit - XK52. It’s designed for prototyping…
This clock tells time on a photochromic display
With many LED projects—like clocks—you’ll want to use a diffuser to keep light somewhat even over a…
Industrial-Scale Collaboration for the Business Win
Today, we are thrilled to release the Business of Open Source eBook focused on how successful entrepreneurs…
Commercial-Grade Collaboration at the Eclipse Foundation
We've just released a Business of Open Source eBook that is essential reading for leaders in the age…
Codemotion Python challenge is done – meet the winners
The Codemotion Python challenge has ended, and we’re happy to tell you that we’ll share the names of…
Update for Jakarta EE community: July 2019
There are a few ways to get richer insight into the work that has been invested in Jakarta EE so far,…
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