New board from Espressif in stock – ESP32-LyraTD-MSC for Baidu DuerOS and Amazon AVS Alexa

Published: Fri, 13 Apr 2018 10:12 | Comments: 0
New board from Espressif in stock – ESP32-LyraTD-MSC for Baidu DuerOS and Amazon AVS Alexa

ESP32-LyraTD-MSC is the newest IoT audio processing board from Espressif which supports Baidu DuerOS and Amazon Voice Service (Alexa). The board has these features: ESP32-WROOVER DSP voice processor micro SD JTAG port USB debug USB power supply connector two speakers connectors LiPo battery management 3 microphones The documentation is on Espressif web site. We got […]

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New Board from Espressif – ESP32-LyraT in stock

Published: Thu, 12 Apr 2018 13:00 | Comments: 0
New Board from Espressif – ESP32-LyraT in stock

ESP32-LyraT is low cost IoT speech recognition board. It can work with many audio sources and have provisions to connect speakers, camera and LCD display. The board documentation is skinny as this board is very new and we got limited quantity of one of the very first produced boards.  

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MOD-BME280 precise Humidity, Temperature and Pressure sensor Open Source Hardware module with UEXT and Breadboard connector

Published: Tue, 27 Mar 2018 12:52 | Comments: 1
MOD-BME280 precise Humidity, Temperature and Pressure sensor Open Source Hardware module with UEXT and Breadboard connector

BME280 is digital humidity, temperature and pressure sensor with I2C and SPI interface. You can see on this link comparison of different Humidity sensors The operating conditions are: Temperature -40..+85C; Humidity 0…100 % Rh; Pressure 300…1100 hPa  (+9000m..-500m above sea level); The sensor works on 3.3V and is with very low power consumption 0,1..3,6 uA. The […]

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What Facebook knows about us?

Published: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:43 | Comments: 13
What Facebook knows about us?

Today I read very worrysome tweet from Dylan McKay that he found out that once he installed Facebook on his Android Smartphone Facebook is logging all his contacts, phone calls, time he talked etc private info which has nothing to do with Facebook service. This may be used for industrial espionage, who did you call […]

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