History This project didn’t look complicated but it was.
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Intro Phys Comp Labs Components Some of the basic components Breadboard Setting up a breadboard Soldering Begining soldering exercise -- soldering a power connector Electronics Introduction to electronics Switches Switches Digital input and output on the Arduino Module Analog input and output on the Arduino Module ToneOutput - Introduction to Tone output using the Tone library Servomotor control Serial Communication - an introduction to microcontroller-to-PC communication using Processing Serial Communication - More on serial DC Motor Control using an H-bridge MIDIOutput - Introduction to MIDI output Arduino to DAW - Sending MIDI from Arduino to Music Software Not sure which lab to do for the homework?
The TI-Nspire is a unique calculator in the BASIC series.
I recently had to get rid of my rarely-used oscilloscope due to space restrictions and started looking at alternatives.
Here we show a little Theremin module which plugs onto a Arduino Board that gives out the tune to a speaker or puts out the tune as control signal like MIDI, Servo etc. We were using this device not only as a musical instrument, various kinds of proximity sensors, pointing devices or as interface in combination with Processing, Max or Pd have been build with this technique.
5V Boost Switching Regulator Here's a little project I put together for a friend.
home | the links mine | 6502 Primer | large math look-up tables | 65c02 assembly structure macros 6502 PRIMER: Building your own 6502 computer
Apr 16, 2012, 2am PDT: Small schematic fix (SD card's SCK & VDD were switched) Apr 3, 2012, 1am PDT: new source code archive uploaded.
As a little extra gift for my daughter’s 21st birthday I got Veronica an hour with a professional racer car instructor at the Firebird International raceway in Chandler, AZ.
The epson ink Chip Replacement Hack. Some nitty gritty on creating a fake epson chip or chip eliminator.
Determining approximate finger hole locations for a simple 6 hole flute is somewhat complicated.
With the holiday season approaching, we are always looking for a way to add a little Christmas spirit to our office. This year, we thought it would be awesome to have a musical instrument that we could control with a NerdKits microcontroller kit , and have it play holiday music.