Things used in this project

Hardware components:
TinyDuino Processor
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TinyShield 7 Segment Display
×1
TinyShield Accelerometer
×1
TinyShield USB
×1
Battery/Power Supply
Any battery that can supply 3.3V to 5V. If you acquire a TinyDuino that has the coin cell holder, the coin cell battery will be sufficient.
×1

Code

TinyDuino_Inclinometer.zipArduino
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Credits

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Tony Batey

Student at the University of Akron and Electrical Engineer at TinyCircuits.

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