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Tutorial 11 for Arduino: SD Cards and Datalogging


What Arduino can do Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). HomePage
Clodiuno - Clojure API for Arduino (by Nurullah Akkaya)
it’s as simple as a clojure data – map and vectors. A map with a char as the key and the vector of bits as the morse representation. ;; 0 represents short signal;; 1 represents long signal;; Intermational morse from (def letters-2-bits {\a [0 1] \b [1 0 0 0] \c [1 0 1 0] \d [1 0 0] \e [0] \f [0 0 1 0] \g [1 1 0] \h [0 0 0 0] \i [0 0] \j [0 1 1 1] \k [1 0 1] \l [0 1 0 0] \m [1 1] \n [1 0] \o [1 1 1] \p [0 1 1 0] \q [1 1 0 1] \r [0 1 0] \s [0 0 0] \t [1] \u [0 0 1] \v [0 0 0 1] \w [0 1 1] \x [1 0 0 1] \y [1 0 1 1] \z [1 1 0 0]}) source: Arduino/Clodiuno – Hello world in morse | Tony's blog Arduino/Clodiuno – Hello world in morse | Tony's blog
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Crash course: Embedded programming with Arduino Crash course: Embedded programming with Arduino December 20, 2011, 8:00 AM — Demand for embedded programming is growing like crazy, so anyone looking for some job security might consider becoming an ace embedded programmer. It helps to have some programming experience, but even raw beginners can get started inexpensively and learn on their own. One of the friendliest introductions to embedded coding is Arduino.
Weekend Project: Learning Ins and Outs of Arduino Arduino is an open embedded hardware and software platform designed for rapid creativity. It's both a great introduction to embedded programming and a fast track to building all kinds of cool devices like animatronics, robots, fabulous blinky things, animated clothing, games, your own little fabs... you can build what you imagine. Follow along as we learn both embedded programming and basic electronics. What Does Arduino Do? Arduino was invented by Massimo Banzi, a self-taught electronics guru who has been fascinated by electronics since childhood. Weekend Project: Learning Ins and Outs of Arduino
This article originally appeared in issue 95 of Linux User & Developer magazine. Subscribe and save more than 30% and receive our exclusive money back guarantee – click here to find out more. ResourcesArduino Experimenter’s Starter Kit Arduino IDE The Arduino project is a hacker’s dream: originally designed as a way of getting students involved in microcontroller programming and electronic design, it offers a quick and easy route for programmers to take their skills out of the digital realm and into the physical. Arduino programming guide – part 1 Arduino programming guide – part 1
ol Components - Olimex, Arduino, Sparkfun, GPS, Bluetooth, PIC MCUs, ARM MCUs, programmers, debuggers and much more.

ol Components - Olimex, Arduino, Sparkfun, GPS, Bluetooth, PIC MCUs, ARM MCUs, programmers, debuggers and much more.

The Arduino Yún is the latest board from Arduino and it's a doozy! It combines the ATmega32U4 (as used in the Arduino Leonardo) with the Atheros AR9331 System on a Chip (SoC). The Atheros runs a Linux distribution, Lininio, and is connected to the USB host, microSD card slot and the WiFi chip. The power of the Yún comes from the combination of these two. Linked by a software Library called Bridge, Linux handles all of the difficult parts of the WiFi and Ethernet stack, managing USB host and dealing with the mass storage.
Taking a stock Ikea table, this hacker added a set of 81 individually controlled RGB LEDs to the frame, creating a glowing livingroom centerpiece. Using the Arduino, he can individually address each LED to control the color change. Now if only it was a VU meter which bumped to the beat of your music…Perhaps that’s another project Above is a photo of the LED array beneath the table. Definitely a superb job of cable management to say the least. More info on the project can be found on the author’s flickr page.  Finally, below is a video of the table in action. Do not miss out: Arduino and Ikea = Superb RGB LED Table Hack Arduino and Ikea = Superb RGB LED Table Hack
Arduino Tutorial - Lesson 5 We've done a lot so far, blinking lights, printing messages...all of that stuff is output: signals coming from the Arduino. The next step is to start playing with input, with the Arduino responding to outside events. In this lesson we will begin with the most basic kind of input, a push-button switch!

Arduino Tutorial - Lesson 5

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SK Pang Electronics, Arduino, Sparkfun, GPS, GSM FREE Shipping on orders over £130 for UK online customers. Powered by Cloudstack The mbed IoT Gateway can receive data wirelessly from sensor node such as Wi-Node, JeeNode then upload the data via ethernet to data centre such as Pachube. RF modules can be RFM12B, RFM22B or Xbee. Housed in a sturdy extruded aluminium enclosure which can be wall mounted. This device is fully open source to allow you hack and customise. SK Pang Electronics, Arduino, Sparkfun, GPS, GSM
Quadcopter fever has blown through SparkFun. I’m not sure where it started, but suddenly, it seems like everybody is flying around a cheap little quadcopter. The most popular model around here is the Estes Proto-X, a mere snip at $35-45US.


Pinguino IDE v11.0 preview The new Pinguino IDE version (11.0) has not been yet officially released but it's time to let you take a look at it. Please meet Yeison's great work on our new github account. Let's... Posted on 02/01/2014 by admin. 0 comments. Pinguino, open source hardware electronics prototyping platform based on 8- and 32-bit PIC from Microchip.
The speed of the sound in the dry air (20° C) is around 343 m/s. Send a short ultrasonic pulse at Frequency of 40Khz in the air, and try to listen to the echo. Of course you won’t hear anything (only a little click noise), but with an ultrasonic sensor the back pulse can be detected. If you know the time of the forth & back travel of the ultrasonic wave, you know the distance, divide the distance by two and you know the range from the ultrasonic sensor to the first obstacle in front of it. arduino « Search Results « ID's blog