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Accessory Turns iPhone Into High-Tech Lab

Accessory Turns iPhone Into High-Tech Lab | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it
A new biosensing tool puts the power of a high tech laboratory in the pockets of researchers in the field. This iPhone-enabled device could be used in pop-up clinics, waste mana...
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The devices and interface technology referred to in this article are truly impressive, (make sure that you check out the links especially to http://www.technewsdaily.com/18184-healthiest-tech-devices.html ;). Now to manage to bring down the cost of similar interfaces that are applicable to school based settings.

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iPad Apps for Science: Pasco SPARKvue Data Collection

iPad Apps for Science: Pasco SPARKvue Data Collection | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it

"I must admit one of the features that most intrigued me when I got my first generation iPod Touch was the built in three axis accelerometer. I just thought it was very cool that with applications such as iSeismometer you could use the Touch as a data collection device. Now, years later, the iPad has reached the point that it may well become a general purpose data collection and analysis tool. In this posting I review SPARKvue, an app that allows one to collect data from the accelerometers, but also from a wide array of other Pasco sensors through a wireless interface."

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Smart Tools for Your Android Device

Smart Tools for Your Android Device | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it

"Smart Tools Co. is a developer of handy Android apps for measuring things. Some of the free apps that they offer include Smart Measure, Sound Meter, Vibration Meter, Speed Gun, and Smart Protractor. Smart Tools also offers pro versions of those apps."

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