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The case of the missing truck cargo

Introduction An electronics box prototype to track missing cargo during lorry transport. This was implemented by the Sustainable Living Lab (SL2) at the Raitong Organics Farm in Northeastern Thailand. The whole process from ideation, iterative development, testing and deployment spanned

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The case of the missing truck cargo

Introduction An electronics box prototype to track missing cargo during lorry transport. This was implemented by the Sustainable Living Lab (SL2) at the Raitong Organics Farm in Northeastern Thailand. The whole process from ideation, iterative development, testing and deployment spanned

Using a microphone as an airflow sensor

I was having problems with overseas shipping for some wind sensors so I tried used a cheap microphone as an airflow sensor instead. It sort of works and I am quite proud of it. At first I hooked up the

Using a microphone as an airflow sensor

I was having problems with overseas shipping for some wind sensors so I tried used a cheap microphone as an airflow sensor instead. It sort of works and I am quite proud of it. At first I hooked up the

The making of the “Neobombe” prototype (electronics)

So my group of friends and I exhibited our “Neobombe” prototype at the Singapore Maker Faire last weekend. After submitting our proposal more than two months ago, we managed to scrap together a working prototype. It is far from perfect

The making of the “Neobombe” prototype (electronics)

So my group of friends and I exhibited our “Neobombe” prototype at the Singapore Maker Faire last weekend. After submitting our proposal more than two months ago, we managed to scrap together a working prototype. It is far from perfect

Singapore Maker Faire 2015

The first full-fledged maker faire held in Singapore. Over 10,000 visitors and 200 booths. Graced by the Education Minister and Maker Media CEO Dale Dougherty. Click on any image below to see in slideshow format.

Singapore Maker Faire 2015

The first full-fledged maker faire held in Singapore. Over 10,000 visitors and 200 booths. Graced by the Education Minister and Maker Media CEO Dale Dougherty. Click on any image below to see in slideshow format.

Assembling the Adafruit Cupcade

Spent about two days assembling the Adafruit Cupcade as a gift for a friend. Some soldering and fiddling around with the command line is required. I ordered the kit online. You have to provide the Raspberry Pi though, more specifically

Assembling the Adafruit Cupcade

Spent about two days assembling the Adafruit Cupcade as a gift for a friend. Some soldering and fiddling around with the command line is required. I ordered the kit online. You have to provide the Raspberry Pi though, more specifically

Proposal for Singapore maker faire – the “Neobombe”

So some of my friends and I (our group has a name – “Art Makes Us“) decided to take part in the Maker Faire in Singapore this year. It will be held a primary school in Tampines sometime early July.

Proposal for Singapore maker faire – the “Neobombe”

So some of my friends and I (our group has a name – “Art Makes Us“) decided to take part in the Maker Faire in Singapore this year. It will be held a primary school in Tampines sometime early July.

The making of the “yes-no” box

I was given a mysterious job at work from the very top management in my company. I was asked to make a simple communication device that merely says “yes” or “no” with a single button. A longer press means “no”

The making of the “yes-no” box

I was given a mysterious job at work from the very top management in my company. I was asked to make a simple communication device that merely says “yes” or “no” with a single button. A longer press means “no”