I have decided to open source our single chip breakout boards. We made these boards to test new chips before integrating them into the Sharkduino system. We have made three of these , one for the L3GD20H gyro, the FXAS21002 gyro, and the DS1339B real time clock. These boards can be found on my github page, or indivdualy at the following links:
The William and Mary news people wrote an article and made some videos about the work done on the sharkduino project over the summer. You can check it out here!
As Ben and I have noted in our updates we are part of the William and Mary 2016 Summer REU program. If you are curious about what the other undergrad researchers in the program are doing you can checkout their blog posts here. Additionally I (and maybe Ben) will be cross posting my weekly updates to that blog. The posts will be the same on both sites, the program just wants the information about what all the participants are doing collected in one spot.
Arduino Animal Tag was a little long and boring so we have renamed ourselves SharkDuino!
I am excited to announce that a new team member is joining the project! Ben Powell is a current sophmore at The College of William & Mary studying computer science. He will be helping develop code for the Arduino and the data analysis algorithms.
He will write updates about his contributions to the project on this blog, and I will briefly touch on his contributes in the weekly updates only if they are relevant to the work I did.