DIY Arduino Bluetooth Programming Shield If you’ve ever wished you could program your Arduino without lugging a USB cable around, wanted to put an Arduino project somewhere out-of-reach but still be able to easily upload changes to it, thought about building a project that interfaces with an Android phone, or contemplated a way to get remote sensor data streamed to your computer — this project is for you. It uses a common, low-cost Bluetooth module mounted onto a prototyping shield for durable and reliable use. Along with the module is a circuit that allows the Arduino IDE to automatically reset the Arduino when uploading a new sketch. This project also uses the latest version of the Arduino IDE which eliminates the need to hack in modified DLL files to get the serial programming to work. Besides uploading sketches, the shield can be used for serial communication using the standard Arduino Serial library between multiple Arduinos, smartphones, computers, or even a Bluetooth-enabled Raspberry Pi.
Typing Games Sense-lang Free Typing Games Sense-lang offers multiple free typing games and English games. Each typing game was exclusively developed by our programmers for the website. There are 3 types of learn type games: Google Adds to Its Menagerie of Robots Boston Dynamics Boston Dynamics’ four-legged robot named WildCat can gallop at high speeds. Google confirmed on Friday that it had completed the acquisition of Boston Dynamics, an engineering company that has designed mobile research robots for the Pentagon. The company, based in Waltham, Mass., has gained an international reputation for machines that walk with an uncanny sense of balance and even — cheetahlike — run faster than the fastest humans. It is the eighth robotics company that Google has acquired in the last half-year. Raspberry Pi: Top 31 projects to try yourself The Raspberry Pi Zero is definitely one of the most versatile pieces of technology ever to have been built. Enterprising hobbyists have used to to create games consoles, art installations and robots - Raspberry Pis have even gone into space! To give budding makers and thinkers some ideas we've decided to round up all the great things you can do with one of these versatile devices. Our suggestions have been designed with the larger old-school models in mind but many can be improved or adapted to feature the Raspberry Pi Zero.
2020-Conception et évaluation de kits robotiques pédagogiques - Thibault Desprez Abstract : The potential of robotic educational activities, and in particular the role of the physical instantiation of these activities, in which the manipulation of digital objects is central, remains tobe confirmed scientifically ; especially in terms of real classroom usability and their impact onthe effectiveness of learning and the motivational engagement of students. Moreover, it seemsthat these impacts also depend on the way in which these pedagogical tools are used (anddiverted) by the teacher in class, as well as by the school context itself. For these reasons, thismanuscript proposes in a first step in articulating a state of art from a variety of disciplinaryfields, notably scientific, such as computer science and robotics, IHM, psychology, cognitivesciences, or the sciences of education ; but also to introduce elements of ethics and societalissues.
Simple Hack to Make an Adjustable Continuous Rotation Servo I love to modify hobby servos into continuous rotation gearmotors. Not only are the very useful, but I feel like I’m getting away with something sneaky. A modified servo in a radio controlled vehicle does the job of a motor, a gearset, and an electronic speed controller, and when cheap servos can be had for just a few dollars that’s a real bargain. I always use cheap servos, but in my experience they are a hassle to modify. The potentiometer is often part of the structure, so it can’t be removed, but rather the wires to it have to be cut and matching resistors soldered in to replace its variable resistor. Exercices Dactylo - citations, extraits... Typing test rules If you do NOT fix the errors, a penalty will be added to your final WPM score. To fix the errors, press the backspace key. The timer start when you start typing. However, if you wait more than 3 seconds, the timer starts anyway.
Boston Dynamics: Dedicated to the Science and Art of How Things Move. LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot LittleDog is a quadruped robot designed for research on learning locomotion. Scientists at leading institutions use LittleDog to probe the fundamental relationships among motor learning, dynamic control, perception of the environment, and rough-terrain locomotion. LittleDog is used at MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, USC, Univ.
Beginner's guide to Construct 2 Well done for choosing Construct 2! Let's get started making your first HTML5 game. We'll be making the 'Ghost Shooter' demo game. Controlling a Poppy ergo using the Leap Motion This demonstration was realized during a the workshop/hackathon jointly organized by the Cité des Sciences in Paris and the Flowers group at Inria in october. The Leap Motion tracks the movements of the human hand and send the values to the robot actuators. This allows quite a precise control of the robot to, e.g., grasp a plastic glass, as shown at the end of the Hackathon main video. The code to reproduce this demonstration is available on github. It mainly corresponds to a glue between the pypot library controlling the robot movements and the Leap Motion SDK to track the human movements. Don’t hesitate to contact me via github for more information.
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