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PhotosynQ at Bay Area Maker Faire

by gbathree | May 17, 2014 05:40 | 42 views | 3 comments | #10475 | 42 views | 3 comments | #10475 17 May 05:40

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Hey Publiclab folks, just wanted to let people know that PhotosynQ, the plant health measurement project, is at the Bay Area Maker Faire and we're running an experiment at the Faire. We're letting participants take a MultispeQ device and measure plants on the event center grounds to measure photosynthetic efficiency, and get some real world testing of the MultispeQ.

You can find more posts this weekend on google plus under #photosynq.

Also posted some pictures here: http://photosynq.org/maker-faire-day-1/

After the Faire, I'll put together a more organized post with updates on the equipment and data from the event's research project, but just wanted to let folks know where we are.

Greg


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Hi! When can buy this device?

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None for sale yet, still working on the beta. Keep an eye on the site for the public release, maybe early next year!

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How can I get the beta version? Free beta tester filled. thank you!

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