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Our Very First Experience With The #PIR Prototype (April 10th, 2016)

This video is over eight months old, but it documents the HL™ Team‘s first “collective“, hands-on experience with the #PIR… 26 more words

Science

SESPIR and ESPIR update

We’d like to welcome Ellie, our new Administration Officer at SESPIR. We’d also like to welcome Terry, who has stepped in as the SESPIR Manager as well as continuing to manage ESPIR, which has advanced the two PIR sites streamlining processes and creating synergies for maximum program efficiency and benefit to consumers, including the implementation of the updated PIR guidelines received from the Department of Health. 130 more words

2016 December

PIR Detector SR505

This tiny PIR, movement detector is simple to use and only has three pins, +, – and OUT. it works with 5 volts. Connect the – to the Arduino Gnd, the + to the Arduino 5 volts and the OUT to any digital pin ( I have used pin 8) set as an input. 260 more words

Arduino

Stairwell Lights Keep Toddler with Night-Blindness Safe

A devastating diagnosis for a young child is every parent’s worst nightmare. All too often there’s nothing that can be done, but occasionally there’s a window of opportunity to make things better for the child, even if we can’t offer a cure. 238 more words

Misc Hacks

The Armor of God (PIRATÁPUYO: Bible NT)

PIRATÁPUYO: Bible NT

Ephesians (Efesios) 6:10-18

10 Ahrire yahu bato tiitja mʉsare: Quehnoano wacũ tutuana ijiya mʉsa. Mari pʉhtoro Cristo mʉsa mehna ijire. Sa yena tiquiro ye masiñe mehna wacũ tutuana ijiya. 381 more words

Bible

HL™ Startup Chronicles: What Does The PIR Prototype Detect In Popeye's Cajun Fries

In this installment of the HL™ Startup Chronicles series, I (Desmond) demonstrate the prototypical means by which the PIR software has been programmed so far and do so with an image of a large order of Popeye’s cajun fries. 51 more words

Science