All you need for building the WeatherStation Color and the PlaneSpotter Color.Designed by ThingPulse Ltd, Ships from China
What is it? With this kit and the new MiniGrafx library, you can display any kind of information available from an API on the internet on a beautiful display. To get started I created two projects ...Read More…
With this kit and the new MiniGrafx library, you can display any kind of information available from an API on the internet on a beautiful display. To get started I created two projects for you: The ESP8266 WeatherStation Color and the PlaneSpotter Color. The first one displays current and future weather. The second one shows air planes close to you on a map and updates them every few seconds. Some soldering is required!
Once I had published the projects on my blog many people asked me where to buy the display and if I could send them a PCB. So I decided to make it even easier by creating a electronics kit which would contain all the required components.
It is relatively easy to setup. Once you have the hardware running you can extend the software projects or even build a completely new one from scratch.
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ThingPulse develops, promotes and sells IoT hardware and software for both makers and consumers. ThingPulse is where IoT components and traditional applications meet. We’re experienced (enterprise) software engineers who have helped our respective employers implement countless successful projects over the last 15 years. As we have worked for demanding Swiss and international clients (of our employers) we bring the right mind set and skill set for delivering excellent products to our own customers.
ThingPulse Ltd. is registered in Zurich Switzerland to the owners Daniel Eichhorn and Marcel Stör. It was officially founded on January 8th, 2018.
Daniel “Squix” Eichhorn is a well-known and respected figure in the ESP8266-Arduino community. He has been selling IoT hardware and has churned out DIY maker projects since 2015 at an impressive rate. The commercial aspects of those activities are transferred over to ThingPulse.
Marcel “frightanic” Stör has been one of several NodeMCU maintainers since summer 2015. NodeMCU is a firmware for the ESP8266/ESP32 WiFi SoC. He also contributed several tools for the NodeMCU community: NodeMCU cloud builder, Docker NodeMCU build, NodeMCU PyFlasher.