From luxury fragrances to pure essential oils, now you can enjoy all kinds of amazing aromatherapy and a great smelling home without then nasty hazards of traditional methods! .
The AirMoji doesn’t use anything but a fan to disperse great smells throughout your space! That’s right! No heat, no water, no wax, no flame... not even a cord! 😵 .
And! Because there’s no cord you can put your AirMoji ANYWHERE! You’re no longer limited to where you have electrical outlets available! And I can do one better than that even... the AirMoji is programmable via Bluetooth on your smartphone 📲 .
Coffee brewing experience has never been this exciting! Make use of this newest programmable coffee maker which has an enclosed brewing system that helps you keep your coffee hot and fresh for a certain number of hours. It allows you to brew up to 12 cups of coffee at a standard time you set in a day. You don’t need to wait long, as this programmable coffee maker has a fast brewing system which brews your pot within a few minutes. Here are some of the items you may have to choose from.
Pretty old-school, but the Honeywell Chrono-Therm is a pretty genius device.
It’s an “manually programmable” mercury thermostat for your heating system. You program it with little arrow pins that you stick into a 24 hour wheel. As the wheel spins, your pins hit the activation switch to turn it on or off. These trigger your boiler for heat mode or unoccupied mode.
I love this device. I have no idea why our church stopped using it. I’m brining it back into action.
This is why I fell in love with math, chemistry and later physics😍. They were the first things in school that challenged me to use my brain, instead of just regurgitating useless information about false history and 90% useless crap✨ we need a new education system, let's foster creativity, critical thinking, gardening, language, body health.... really the list of things we should be learning is much longer than the things we are "taught". 🤯#fragmentedreality
Resolve to Save Energy This Year - Your Next Green Steps🍃! 1.🌿🌿🌿🌿 Install and set a programmable thermostat. 🌿You could save an estimated 10 percent per year on heating and cooling costs by using a programmable thermostat, and by resetting it when you are asleep or away from home, you won’t have to sacrifice comfort.
2. 🌿🌿🌿🌿Use an electronic power strip for your electronic equipment. 🌿Many electronic devices and equipment continue to consume unnecessary energy even when not in use. 🌿Often called energy vampires, these devices cost families about $100 a year. 🌿Use a power strip for electronic devices and turn it off when not in use to eliminate energy vampires. 🌿And be sure to unplug your chargers -- they draw energy even when they aren’t connected to a device.
The Kawai SX-240 is an eight voice, fully programmable polyphonic analog synthesizer released in 1984 as a follow up to the Kawai SX-210. It was manufactured by Kawai but originally released under the Teisco brand-name in Japan when Kawai bought out Teisco. The Kawai SX-240 and the Kawai SX-210 never got much attention due to entering the market during the time of the digital revolution and poor marketing. Its main analog competitors of the time were the Korg Polysix and the Roland Juno 6/60.
Being among the first in the era of MIDI, its MIDI implementation is very basic and it receives on all channels. In terms of patch editing, the SX-240 is very much like a Roland Alpha Juno or Moog Source which resort to using a dedicated data-wheel to edit the values of selected parameters. Four scroll buttons allow you to select the parameter you wish to edit. All the parameters have an LED light on the right hand side of the face of the SX-240 to make it very easy to see what you're editing, though only one parameter can be edited at a time. Saving your edited sounds is very easy thanks to a huge electroluminescent display and using the keys of the keyboard to type the name of your edited sound alphanumerically.
The SX-240 has a big, wide and full analog sound, courtesy of its two analog DCOs and one sub-osc per voice. You have the options of poly-8, poly-4 and mono modes. In mono mode it is possible to have all 24 oscillators stacked into one for an extremely powerful sound. Leads, basses, brass, drones, pads and strings all have a unique analog sound on the SX-240. Strings and pads get especially warm and fluid when switching on the Ensemble effect, which is just a chorus. The SX-240 also has a function called Brass, which is actually a ring-mod effect.
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Working on a #warningdevice that has to be #programmable to specific time frames. It will be used on my #publicspeaking classes and will be used for timing my speeches while training at home. #Toastmasters have another version of it, but it doesn’t come close to accomplish what I need. Will be portable, powered by a battery and connected to an #Arduino for the programming part. I’m asking a good friend to help me programming the Arduino because I don’t have time to learn this....
Next round of protos are in! The Lazerade Chevron pack includes the microcontroller unit, battery management system, and RGB LEDs pieces that can be attached with standard jewelry jump rings or sewn together and onto stuff. Waiting on the battery management system piece and then I've got proof of concept. Now I really need my own reflow oven. #programmable#wearables#maker#arduino#etextiles#oshpark#perfectpurplepcbs#prototype
@oshpark thanks for Jelly Beans!!!