Get hands-on in this workshop and build an open source door counter for your library, department or makerspace! An OSHIOT door counter uses Open Source Hardware (OSH) and Internet of Things (IoT) to create a cost-effective facility use measurement device that small libraries can build for themselves for less than $100. This presentation walks you through the hardware, software, and account setup process to build your own OSHIOT door counter.If you would like to order parts ahead of time, or read through the tutorial before the webinar to prep for asking questions while we are in session, the link to the project including a Bill of Materials (BOM) is here https://amendment19.gitbooks.io/peoplecounter/content/
If you would like to order parts ahead of time, or read through the tutorial before the webinar to prep for asking questions while we are in session… the link to the tutorial including a Bill of Materials (BOM) is here https://amendment19.gitbooks.io/peoplecounter/content/
Original broadcast September 19, 2018
Biography ~ Muriel Green
Muriel Green holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Film from the University of Kansas and a Master’s Degree in Library Science from Emporia State University. Green has worked in school, academic and public libraries as well as a regional library system. Green is currently a Freelance Software Developer and Filmmaker. Green has presented at ALA, ER&L, SIDLIT, and KLA library conferences.