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Assembling the Public Lab Lego Spectrometer

by warren over 1 year ago | 21 | 3,077 views | 8

Follow these steps to assemble a Lego Spectrometer, for use with the Raspberry Pi...

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Which objectives do you use?

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aquiles asked about 11 months ago

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"@Zengirl2 Hi Leslie! Do you have a parts list you can share for your version? We want to put one together here in Providence! @Bronwen @jiteovien " | Read more » 10 months ago
"Hi @acuiles! We typically source lenses from Amscope, they usually have the best price, free and fast shipping! We typically work with 10 or 20x. A..." | Read more » 10 months ago
"Great thank you Kina! " | Read more » about 1 year ago
"Thanks Chris! " | Read more » about 1 year ago
"@kinasmith @cfastie @donblair thanks! " | Read more » about 1 year ago
"https://publiclab.org/system/images/photos/000/024/789/original/Booklet_Sensor_Journalism_Final.pdf " | Read more » about 1 year ago
"Thank you @warren ! " | Read more » about 1 year ago
"For @stevie @partsandcrafts Which parts listed in the spreadsheet Jeff linked are essential to a prototyping kit? 16GB SD card - would a smaller si..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
"Hi @jpschaaf You are right! The kits should come with 4 x 3036 plates, not one as mentioned above. Regarding use of the 3004 bricks, which step in ..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
"Sorry for the late reply, but these filters are actually for near infrared, not thermal infrared as stated in your post. We hope your research has ..." | Read more » over 1 year ago













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