The Raspberry Pi Pico is turning up in many imaginative projects, and the latest to the list is a long-range wireless chat "Doomsday Communicator" from Bobricius that features a simple QWERTY keyboard and a small IPS LCD display. #RP2040 #raspberrypi #pico #picomputer with QWERTY keyboard and IPS display 240x240 stay tunned for news ;)It is precedessor for new #micropytohon based #armachat pic.twitter.com/Ihxh7PX0l5 March 2, 2021 See more Bobricius' Raspberry Pi PICOmputer is the latest in their ARMACHAT long-range radio messenger boards. Powered by a single 18650 Lithium-Ion battery, ARMACHAT boards send messages over a radio connection, with frequencies and license requirements varying depending on where you are in the world. They can also be used in a mesh network with other users, handy if there's ever an apocalypse. Image 1 of 3 Image 2 of 3 Image 3 of 3 The PICOmputer uses the power of the Raspberry Pi Pico to drive a 240 x 240 pixel IPS … [Read more...] about Doomsday Communicator Powered By Raspberry Pi Pico
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Most of us wouldn’t drink floor cleaner, no matter what kind of floral scents are added to it. No one wants their pets or children to do so, either — but both four-legged friends and two-legged kids that are still crawling tend to ignore wet floors, which begs the question: Is it safe for a child or a pet to walk or crawl over a freshly mopped floor and potentially ingest the solution? Specifically, let’s say you have a robot mop on an automatic schedule. It cleans while you’re away, and then your cat walks across the wet floor. Offended in a way that only cats can be, it licks its now-wet paw to clean itself. Is there any risk to your pet? Most robot mops only use water Although different companies might use different mechanisms, they share one thing in common: Water. Harsh chemicals can break down the tubing that carries water through the mop, which is why manufacturers say water alone (combined with a slightly abrasive scrubbing pad) is enough to clean most floors. So, … [Read more...] about Are robot mops safe when children and pets are present?