The Culturally Situated Community Sensing project is based on an open-source modular environmental sensing platform. This would be used in educational workshops, but also to facilitate conversations about how environmental monitoring could be conducted at low-cost and without a base requirement of having advanced technical skills. These ideas were built on a large field of research in ‘participatory sensing’ also called ‘citizen sensing’. The platform is built on an Arduino architecture.
From the 3Helix blog…
We invite you to read the real stories of fellows’ research and classroom experiences. The entries below include their work with CSCSs.