Logging with Martin’s sensors

I met Martin Howse again yesterday at our studio and had another great talk to him about his work, part of which he calls ‘psychogeophysics‘. I’m really interested in the way quite simple logging can mean quite a lot if you have enough data. I’m reminded of the amateur meteorologists who simply observed weather conditions for the duration of their adult lives and who’s records turn out to be fantastically useful for the study of climate change.

I put Martin’s module in a plastic sandwich box on our balcony table for a while and this is the graph of the results.

Graph results of Martin's sensor test

The graphs shows wide-band radio (Wi-Fi) and low frequency electromagnetic sensing, the latter from an exposed pin on the board. I’ll post more results later.

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