Arduino Aquaponics in Oakland

Another arduino for aquaponics prototype. The economics of this remains of great interest. Sure the prototypes are expensive; there is a lot of development work going into it. But if the model is open source, development costs should go down exponentially once the platform matures. The step to jump start the process will be to deploy at greater scales. It will yield greater return on investment, and get sufficient leverage to accelerate the rate of progress.


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