Members Introductions aka The Icebreaker discussion.



  • @f3rn4nd0d
    Fernandok from youtube?
    Thank you for braking the ice and welcome.



  • @ajb2k3 nope, f3rn4nd0d in youtube

    You are welcome :)


  • M5Stack

    Hi,ALL!!!
    My name is Yoshiaki Shioiri from Japan.
    I live in Shenzhen / China and part time work at M5Stack.
    I was an engineer in Japan. But now, I mainly translate the documents into Japanese.

    I like M5Bala. But I can't understand sensor fusion...what is quarternion??
    Please tell me good web site to study sensor fusion!!

    Thank you!!


  • M5Stack

    Hi All, I'm Luke from the UK. I've been living in Shenzhen China for the past 6 or so years.
    During that time I've learnt a lot about electronics, programming and manufacturing just
    from being in Shenzhen and being curious.

    I now work for M5Stack full time. I mainly focus on promoting M5Stack as a tool for the
    STEM classroom. However being a tinkerer I'm always happy to mess around with our
    devices and see what I can create. I feel M5Stack has lowered the barrier for me to do
    otherwise complex projects and it has given me a real motivation to learn Python.

    My coding skills are still not great but I manage to get by and hope we can foster a spirit
    of sharing in this community where we can all learn from each other

    Best

    Luke



  • Hello! Antonio from Portugal. I am a veterinarian so I understand very little of what I'm doing ehehe. I use this mostly for fun though, so it's alright!


  • M5Stack

    Welcome Antonio and Bom Dia. We are all here to help, don't hesitate to ask when your stuck here, no matter how basic you may think the question is there are learners of all levels here.

    I'm curious do you see any potential applications of our tech in your line of work? I was thinking maybe the heart rate sensor could be useful to track the pets wellbeing or perhaps the gps unit paired with the M5stick to keep a track of the position of the animals.

    If you have any ideas we can support you as best as we can in the development.

    Best

    Luke



  • HI my name is Jason
    I live and work in Los Angeles. I am a professor at the artcenter college of design in Pasadena. I plan to use the stack to replace in one of my classes in the fall term. I think the first thing that intrigued me about the m5stack was the thoughtful design. It will be great to see how the students use it. I also have a business called machinehistories(www.machinehistories.com). We sometimes incorporate electronics into the various projects we make. The thing that excites me most is how having an awareness of basic coding concepts helps us see how nature (the world around us) is entirely encoded. I think this helps us appreciate things in a far more active way. I think people like Turing and von Neumann spoke to this over 70 years ago but now with having an M5stack you can program something like cellular automata and understand what they were talking about. Anyways I am getting way too off topic. Let me just say thanks for a great product and thanks to all those that contribute to pushing it's use.



  • @jpilarski Welcome, I am interested in what you and your class can come up with.
    I am working on a handbook and would be interested in any ideas that you may have that can be incorporated into the book in order to make it usable for education.



  • @lukasmaximus I have done some things, I have used a pulsimeter sensor with a grove connector and used it to measure heart frequency with a m5stack, that automatically uploads the data to blynk and to a influxdb database that I can see through grafana. I'd like to see more sensores, maybe some sensors to measure more data adapted to animals :) The GPS for example is a good idea, but it would need to be something smaller, and maybe with a gsm module as well! I'd buy that immediately!



  • @lastcaress
    Because the M5Stack use the Seeedstudio Grove system you can make use of any grove based addons and now with the like of JLPCB you can make your own with simple tools.
    @lukasmaximus still waiting on boards and components for the tutorial.



  • @ajb2k3 I know, I bought a lot of grove connecting thinggies :D It's great how things come together!



  • @lukasmaximus Also, bom dia :D Stick a tiny gps unit into a m5stack stick and I'll approve it, so you can sell it as a veterinarian-approved gps tracked :P


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