You could already share the data you are posting or generating on Open.Sen.se: make your chosen Sensemeters public and give people the URL of your public Senseboard and voila. The Sen.se/demo public Senseboard is done by using this feature.
But now there’s more. You can display your chosen Sensemeters anywhere you like as long as you have access to the html code of the display page. Post it on your blog, your project website, on onsite public displays, your school or company website…
To do this select “Embed elsewhere” in the Sensemeter’s local menu. You will have access to the customizable and ready to use code to cut and paste in the html code of the page on which you want it to appear.
Here’s an example of a real time Sensemeter displaying all the data we are pouring in our demo account. We pasted the code in our Tumblr based blog post.
You can use this feature to display the values measured by your devices and other data sources of course, like in this graph of hourly average temperatures measured in Montreal.
But you can also use input Sensemeters to give your users posting capabilities or control on your data. For instance, here’s a Manual Logger Sensemeter, through which users can comment about the current temp in Montreal. Their postings appear as dots on the above graph (Put your mouse cursor on a dot to read the content). Try writing a comment.