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Grinding a Bicycle Crank for Power Analysis

For and ’s final project for ’s ECE class at Cornell, they decided to replicate a commercial product. It’s a dashboard for a bicycle that displays distance, cadence, speed, and the power being generated by the cyclist. 143 more words

Transportation Hacks

Project Declaration

While I did not create an identical prototype for the Bicycle Computer, I was able to get an addition element to work. This week I was able to code together the temperature sensor, the button LED, and the magnetic sensor. 207 more words

Bicycle Computer

This week we continued to work on our Bicycle Computers. After successfully completing the blinking LED task, the button task, and the temperate task, I wanted to get them working at the same time. 260 more words

Introduction to Arduino

I missed our first class exercise – programming an LED to blink. I reviewed the PowerPoint for that week but still felt a little lost. However, this week, once I saw the class in action I felt that I was able to jump in fairly quickly. 231 more words

Very Cool Update

Today I stood in a parking lot getting everything ready for my long, individual ride of the week. In addition to keeping up with my ride information on my bike computer, I also opened an app on my Windows phone: CycloMeter. 256 more words


Sigma Bike Computer

My friend holding a Sigma Bike Computer.
Zero Miles Per Hour.
But he did hit 17 mph +