Oklahoma state to be the home for 100 earthquake-monitoring Raspberry Pis with Raspberry Shake boards

Jefferson Chang and Molly Yunker, from the Oklahoma Geological Survey, hope to get schools, libraries and museums across the state monitoring for earthquakes using a little Raspberry Pi magic. The Pis will be fitted with Raspberry Shake add-on boards and will be used to monitor and report on any tremors which occur. They currently have 10 devices out for beta testing but hope to eventually have 100 or more in different locations.

The Raspberry Shake, which started life as a Kickstarter, is currently available from the Shake Shop.

You can read a bit more about the OGS project here.

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