The dashboard asks me to plug it in. How do I do that with my phone? Do I run an app? There i...
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by mactac11 |
March 02, 2020 22:22 |
The dashboard asks me to plug it in. How do I do that with my phone? Do I run an app? There is a major gap in the instructions between building it, and actually using it. How do I use it?
Hi, no worries, we can help you here. Is this the spectrometer you built? https://publiclab.org/wiki/papercraft-spectrometer or did you build one with a camera and cord inside?
If you built the one with the link I just shared, there are a bunch of activities on that page. You won't need an app, just use your phone camera. Later you can upload the images to spectralworkbench.org to graph them.
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