Wind, light meters turn smartphone into different tool

Posted: September 2, 2013 at 3:37 a.m.

Special to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 08-30-2013 - The Luxi Light Meter and the Vaavud Wind Meter use apps to turn smartphones into some rather unusual tools.

After the frenzy of smartphone cases in the last few weeks, I’ve been ready for something different. Luckily, I found something different — very, very different.

Tech Spotlight: Light and wind meters for smart phones

(By Melissa L. Jones)
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