News: Arduino Lylipad Cyclocomputer

Mark Fickett’s Lilypad version counts and records the number of wheel revolutions using using a wheel sensor. The wheel sensor is comprised of a magnet on the and spoke a reed switch on the front fork.

The device stores the kilometers traveled which can be played back in Morse Code via a tiny speaker. It also records your speed throughout your trip which can be visualized in a chart.

(via Fashioningtech)

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