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    Build your own sensor array and then display, export and store your results. Everything from weather stations to GPS hiking loggers with "extras" should eventually be possible for the amateur electronics enthusiast, whether using Microchip's PIC, Parallax Propeller, Atmel AVC / Arduino, Raspberry Pi or something bigger.

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