At SuperLab.TV we're building experimental Internet of Things (IoT) platforms called CubeNukes(tm). Our open-source platforms provide engineers, students, designers and business development professionals an opportunity to learn about micro-controllers, sensors and advanced communication techniques.

CubeNuke(tm) Mod 1 - Vibration Monitoring


CubeNuke(tm) Mod 2 - Temp Monitoring

Model 1 Model 1

The CubeNuke(tm) Model 1 focuses on vibration sensors. This unit incorporates an Arduino cellphone shield, accelerometer, geophone and an electric guitar pickup to demonstrate real time vibration monitoring with a graphical LCD (GLCD) and data logging to an SD card. Click image above to see build instructions and start building yours!

The CubeNuke(tm) Model 2 focuses on temperature sensors. This unit has a Raspberry Pi submerged in mineral oil. An ioBridge Gateway allows remote monitoring and control of a SparkFun air pump which can force cool air into the mineral oil to lower the temperature.

CubeNuke(tm) Mod 3 - Communications


Office CubeNuke(tm)

The Mod 3 incorporates an ip phone, MagicJack, Raspberry Pi and virtual keyboard.

Photo of the Mod 1 in a cubicle setting. Very cool for monitoring vibrations in seismic zones like California. I use mine for monitoring vibrations within the New Madrid earthquake zone.

CubeNuke(tm) In-Home Workbench


CubeNuke(tm) Lab Workbench

The CubeNuke(tm) Development Platform starts with a Fitness Gear Weight Lifting Rack. Weight lifting racks are perfect structures for setting up a solid platform.

CubeNuke(tm) Lab Platform integrated with a Harbor Freight crane.
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