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Arduino is an open-source software and hardware electronics prototyping platform intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino projects are a popular and well supported way to get involved in electronics design. Arduino Starter Kit Video 1 Get to Know Your Tool Difficulty level: Beginner You’ll make a simple circuit with some switches, an LED, and a resistor.
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Explore our growing cookbook of DIY projects for the workshop, kitchen , garage, and backyard. Learn new skills, find family fun , build a robot or a rocket . Get started in electronics and use new platforms like Raspberry Pi and Arduino to power your inventions.
Ever wonder who rings your doorbell when you're not home? Or do you crank music up too loud most of the day to hear it anyway? If so, Make Projects user Clement Storck built a simple Arduino powered notification system that sends him a text message and an email with a photo every time someone rings the doorbell.
By using the Star Wars Force Trainer toy , these guys hacked it along with Arduino to control sound.
Description: Botanicalls Kits let plants reach out for human help! They offer a connection to your leafy pal via online Twitter status updates to your mobile phone. When your plant needs water, it will post to let you know, and send its thanks when you show it love. It comes as a kit so that you can hone your soldering skills (or teach someone else) while you build a line of communication between you and your houseplant! This kit comes with everything you need to get your plant tweeting in no time.
Anirudh Sharma , an IT Engineer from Rajasthan Technical University has developed a system that offers non-obtrusive navigation for the visually impaired . Calling it Le Chal (Hindi for ‘Take me there’), Sharma conceptualized and demonstrated the system at MIT ( Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Media Lab Design and Innovation Workshop 2011. The Le Chal system comprises of a pair of shoes, one of which is fitted with Vibrators, proximity sensors and a Bluetooth pad which is connected to an Android phone that calculates directions and real time location using Google Maps and the phone’s built-in GPS and compass module.
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This week we had a workshop on arduino with Leon Barker.
#include "ps2dev.h" // to emulate a PS/2 device #include < Wire.h > // to communicate over the I2C port
La compañía Innovation ha estado produciendo desde hace algún tiempo su línea de insecto- robots llamada Hexbug , capaces de sacarle un grito a la mayoría de personas que teman ver insectos moviéndose por el piso de sus casas. Ahora han ampliado la línea con la llegada de la pertubadora araña robótica Spider.
Arduino has been widely popular among hackers and DIY-addicts out there for modding/hacking things.
Si eres una de esas personas que se resisten a tener plantas porque siempre se les mueren, y que aseguran preferir a los animales que cuando tienen hambre hacen ruido en vez que irse poniendo mustios en un rincón, te has quedado sin excusa: gracias a un pequeño kit llamado Botanicalls , ahora es posible lograr que tus plantas te envíen un tweet cuando necesiten agua.
Below are some videos/links/descriptions to the Arduino projects that have really impressed me, the idea is that I’ll try them myself when I secure the correct components: