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April 8, 2012
Tutorial - Earthquake Data Logger
about 10 years ago
I'm brand new to the world of Arduino - but I'm a programmer used to dealing with large datasets. I live next to a steel factory and am interested in building a seismograph to measure the weekly rumblings coming from the plant.
With regards to getting high volumes of data to a server, I was recently playing with a gaming server framework called Photon (http://www.exitgames.com/). It basically is a soceket server that can listen to high volumes of data per second (think about the amount of data transfer needed to allow massively multiplayer online games).
Anyway, it would be possible to send some data to a server in this manner (though I still have no idea yet how data makes its way from your Arduino device to the outside world...still learning).
No public wish lists :(