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Homemade Marine Boundary Monitor

Marine Boundary Monitor
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Homemade marine boundary monitor constructed from a Raspberry Pi and Arduinos, a Creator Ci20, a 3-axis gyroscope and accelerator module, a logic level converter, quadcopter frame, Li-Po battery, 4-channel receiver, and Turnigy components.
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