Hello there, Are you confused about what DECO really is? Why cosmic rays are important? Who we really are? Well then, come on over to the LA Makerspace in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, June 9th for an hour long briefing somewhere between 2pm and 5pm. We’ll be talking about the current state of the project, […]
DECO: Cobalt-60 Tests (Quick Update)
Hey all, Here is our set-up for running the aforementioned Cobalt-60 tests with the DECO App: We will run with this set-up (source is 10cm away from the phone) until we get 1,000 events.
DECO: Update 1 (01.09.13)
Hey all, One of our projects, DECO, has made a lot of progress since our last post in April. For those of you who don’t know what DECO (Distributed Electronic Cosmic-ray Observatory) is, the quick and dirty summary of the project involves the use of Android phones to detect cosmic rays–byproducts of supernovae, black holes, […]
The Sensorcast is now live
How are the projects coming along for the distributed sensor web? Want to help out? Check out our project wiki.
See our presentation (Android & Cosmic-Rays) at the LA SoCal Code, October 15 & 16 at USC.