Hackster.io is organizing a Google Android Things Meetup in San Francisco on Thursday, January 18th:
Be sure to register on the Eventbrite page:
Have you ever wanted to design and develop your own products? Android Things lets you build professional, mass-market products on a trusted platform without previous knowledge of embedded system design. With an easy-to-use software development platform based on Android Studio and access to the Android SDK you’ll be on your way to developing the next big IoT product.
Wayne Piekarski, a Developer Advocate from Google will be showcasing the capabilities of Android Things and how you can get started building your product with this platform.
Here’s a talk with Wayne Piekarski earlier this year at Google I/O:
From Prototype to Production Devices with Android Things (Google I/O ’17)
Alex Glow of Hackster.io takes a look at the OSHWi octopus badge designed by Gustavo Reynaga:
The design files and source code are available on GitHub:
GReynaga has shared the board on OSH Park:
Oshwi Badge HACKSTER Version Rev 1
From Alex Wulff on Hackster.io:
This small PCB lets you learn Morse code and communicate with friends. Set up a telegraph network in your very own home!
The source code is shared on GitHub:
AlexWulff has shared the project on OSH Park:
Exciting project by Alex Wulff on Hackster.io:
This whole circuit is the same size as a regular poker chip, but with an added surprise: lights!
Spice up your poker games with these cool blinking chips. They can be programmed on the fly to have a certain number of the LEDs illuminated to indicate value, or you can have the lights blink in a cool pattern. They make great playing chips for championships or great prizes to hand out to the winners.
Video of the board in action:
AlexWulff has shared the board on OSH Park: