This tiny power module can be used as a “UPS” for IoT projects. You can connect both an ordinary 5V mobile phone charger and a Lithium battery to provide a continuous 5V supply to simple projects.
On #Android 9.0, you can actually have THREE apps displayed on your mobile phone screen simultaneously — two apps on split screen mode plus a third app like VLC watching movies on Picture-in-Picture mode. Really cool stuff for multi-tasking in our daily lives. 🙂
One of the games that I like playing that’s available on the PC, Xbox, Android and iOS platforms, PlayersUnknown Battlegrounds, is going to be available on the Playstation platform.
When you’re trying to solder things together, it really helps to have more than just two helping hands besides my own… and with parts getting smaller the magnifying glass (or an iPhone camera) is your friend
One of the perks of having a geek wife is having some bonding moments by playing Red Alert, StarCraft, WarCraft and now #PUBG with her… This week I had the unique opportunity to come to her rescue… 😉
Working on turning this cheap (less than $2) 12-volt car vacuum cleaner into a lithium battery-powered cordless version…
Finished rewiring my #ESP32 project on two breadboards. Should now be able to add the still missing elements like the motion sensor when they arrive.
My #ESP32 project is getting crowded on one breadboard. Would have to rewire the thing on two breadboards. More about it starting next month on igerry.com
If you find the #ESP8266 cool for creating Internet of Thing projects, you should watch this video of the tiniest Mac Plus running on an #ESP32 chip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBiQgLlgcnA #IoT
Guess what I found in one of the boxes of old things in storage… a Nokia 6210 mobile phone with a removable battery 🙂