Algunos proyectos que involucran smartphones, sensores, electrónica, etc. siempre orientados hacia la ciencia:

Mobile Device Models (Wolfgang Christian, Colleen Countryman, Francisco Esquembre):

Lab4U (Komal Dadlani, María José Carreño, Álvaro Peralta):

PhyPhox (Sebastian Kuhlen):

PhoneLabs Manual: Hands-on Phones-on Experiencial Learning (Sivam Krish & Robert Fitzgerald):

Physics and Google's Project Tango (Rebecca Vieyra & Chrystian Vieyra)!Blog-Post-6/c38o/56ca5ead0cf2c75daa89a735

Physics Toolbox Apps by Vieyra Software (Rebecca Vieyra & Chrystian Vieyra)

MOOC Smartphone Pocket Lab: Experimental Classical Mechanics (Joel Chevrier)

Grupo TIA Universidad de Valladolid (Miguel Ángel González Rebollo, Manuel Ángel González Delgado):

A smartphone-based laser distance sensor for outdoor environments (Jason H. Gao and Li-Shiuan Peh)

KickStarter: Make!Sense: A Universal Interface For Learning (Stephen H Lewis)

Karbonn Android One Sparkle: Un smartphone de la India con Android 4.4 que cuenta con varios sensores, entre ellos aceleración y giro, que cuesta solo u$s 100.

Your Smartphone Can Do Physics: Physics Central Blog

Cool Physics with a Smart Phone: Sonic Gate to measure time intervals

AudiA: laboratorio móvil low-cost para el estudio del sonido (Universidad de Valladolid):

RadioactivityCounter for mobile phones.

MOOC experimental Classical Mechanics with Smartphones (introduction)

PROYECTOS DE CIENCIA CIUDADANA (Redes globales de sensores):

Cosmic Watch
Cosmich Watch is simple, physics-motivated machine- and electronics-shop project for university students and schools. Our detector is a self-contained apparatus that employs plastic scintillator as a detection medium and a silicon photomultiplier for light collection. These detectors can be battery powered and used in conjunction with the provided software to make interesting physics measurements. The total cost of each counter is approximately $100.

Ver notas en pestaña "Arduino".

iSPEX: Monitoreo atmosférico con smartphones

Mapa global de calidad de agua:
Sitio oficial:

Proyecto CRAYFIS (Cosmic Rays Found in Smartphones)

DECO: Distributed Electronic Cosmic-Ray Observatory
WIPAC (Wisconsin Ice Cuve Particle Astrophysics Center)
Sitio oficial:
Guía de uso:

The Global Sensor Web: A Platform for Citizen Science

Marcándole al Cosmos. Nota en IOP Latinoamérica sobre DECO y CRAYFIS: