A page to collect project documentation and open questions on a range of topics for a December workshop in Madeira.
|Do people who collaborated at the Madeira Open Institute event have photos to share?||@warren||over 1 year ago||0|
The Infragram project brings together a range of different efforts to make Do-It-Yourself plant health comparisons possible with infrared photography. Vineyards, large farms, and NASA all use near-infrared photography for assessment, usually by mounting expensive sensors on airplanes and satellites. Infrared analysis is used for a variety of things, but most focus on assessing plant health, such as:
- to assess crops and #agricultural practices
- better #soil management (reducing #fertilizer, soil treatments)
- in #wetlands analysis
|How can we stream video to SpectralWorkbench.org or Infragram.org from a Raspberry Pi camera?||@warren||almost 2 years ago||2|
|Can we create a guide or set of guides to interpreting infrared or NDVI images?||@warren||almost 2 years ago||0|
|Can I use a Raspberry Pi with the Pi Noir camera to make NDVI images?||@warren||almost 2 years ago||0|
|Can we use a color calibration reference card to calculate absolute values for DIY NDVI?||@warren||almost 2 years ago||1|
The Public Lab spectrometry project is an open source community effort to develop low-cost spectrometers for a range of purposes. Our most recent projects are the Lego Spectrometer Kit and the Papercraft Spectrometer Kit.
The Basic Microscope Kit is an introductory Do-It-Yourself microscope made from affordable and easy to find parts. Our goal is to measure #silica particles in the air, #microplastics, and other things using a simple-to-assemble kit.
|What are different ways to collect respirable dust samples for analysis?||@warren||over 1 year ago||0|
|How can we set up a Raspberry Pi camera as an ethernet USB device to avoid using WiFi||@warren||almost 2 years ago||0|
|What are some ways to collect dust or particulate samples for analysis?||@warren||almost 2 years ago||1|
The Hydrogen Sulfide Copper Prototyping Kit is a new project looking at whether burnishing copper can be used as a means to measure the presence of toxic hydrogen sulfide gas. This is an early prototype which needs a lot of work on initial kit design and testing: