27 Aug '16, 5pm

Hacklet 122 – Spectrometers: There is always something interesting to find when ...

Hacklet 122 – Spectrometers: There is always something interesting to find when ...

There is always something interesting to find when browsing the projects on Hackaday.io. I’m always amazed at how much hackers can get done in their basements and home labs. One surprising trend I’ve found is the sheer number of spectrometer projects people across the globe are working on. I’ve always known what a spectrometer is, but I never knew so many hackers would want them. The numbers don’t lie though – plenty of hackers around the world want to measure the spectra of light — be it to test out a new LED, or determine the structure of an object. This week we’re checking out some of the best spectrometer projects on Hackaday.io ! We start with [[email protected]@] and ramanPi – Raman Spectrometer . RamanPi is one of the first spectrometer projects on Hackaday.io. [[email protected]@] entered his project in the 2014 Hackaday Prize, and was one of 5 finalists. As the name implies, ramanPi is a r...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2016/08/27/hacklet-122-spectrometers/

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