Monitors the Temperature, Humidity, and Barometric Pressure out on our deck.
Uses a DHT11 for the temperature and humidity readings and a BMP280 for the barometric pressure. The MCU is an Adafruit Hazzah ESP8266.
Click here for the latest readings: http://cozmcc.com/arduino/weather/
Prototyping proof of conceptDeployment version
Installed and testing
Custom Build by my brother Todd L. McCagg as my 2018 Brithday/Christmas present
My first guitar was a 1962 Fender Duo Sonic, my brother went to great lengths to not just reproduce that guitar that build it with the best modern hardware available.
- Fender donor body
- Warmoth Neck
- Schaller Bridge
- HipShot Tuners
- Kent Armstrong Custom Wound Pickups
- Switchcraft Switch and Jack
- Bournes MIL Spec pots
Truly the sweetest guitar I have!
Demo Page Link
Reminiscent of the Netscape Engineering Bus Sign from back in the 90’s. The ESP8266 acts as a web server passing off the input text to the nano which displays it on the LED Matrix
- Arduino Nano
- MAX7219 LED Matrix Display Module
- ESP8266 ESP01 Module
- Active Piezo Buzzer
This is the ESP8266 System on a Chip
Early Trial Run
Joni and I took a short trip to Memphis in March 2013