The digits at one end of a large LED clock displayed much more dimly than they ought. I’d say they were about half the brightness – and it was quite a puzzle. The clock...
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rogerfrost.com is a compendium of ideas for using technology to find answers to sciencey questions. Since 1995 it has provided ideas to school science teachers. Since 2020 we’ve focussed on questions around the home with a new home automation section. So today we look at ways to measure and monitor around the house.
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Roger Frost was a writer from 1988 and this web includes many of his articles for magazines and newspapers. They tell how the early Internet developed; how real scientists work and how real people, like you might use technology at home or school.
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Roger Frost: home automation
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