Robot Overview The Arduino Robot is the first official Arduino on wheels. The robot has two processors, one on each of its two boards. The Motor Board controls the motors, and the Control Board reads sensors and decides how to operate. 10 Great Intel Galileo Features Intel and Arduino’s announcement about the new Galileo board is big news. It’s a Linux-based board that I’ve found to be remarkably compatible with the Arduino ecosystem based on my first few steps with a prerelease version of the board. Here are some of the best features of this groundbreaking collaboration between Intel and Arduino: Shield Compatibility The expansion header on the top of Galileo should look familiar since it’s compatible with 5V and 3.3V Arduino shields designed for the Uno R3 (also known as the Arduino 1.0 pinout).
Arduino IR Musical Stairs This is a small scaled musical stairs! It was a project that had a deadline; had only two days to build it. So, it is a very small scaled project, but still serves its purpose! Home - Gadgeteer A new way to make sophisticated devices Even someone with little or no electronics background can build devices made up of components like sensors, lights, switches, displays, communications modules, motor controllers, and much more. Just pick your components, plug them into a mainboard and program the way they work together. .NET Gadgeteer uses the .NET Micro Framework to make writing code for your device as easy as writing a desktop, Web or Windows Phone application. An open source and open hardware community project
DressCode Computational design is the practice of using programing to create and modify form, structure and ornamentation. Through computational design it is possible to create unique, beautiful, functional and personal objects and experience a rewarding creative process through programing. Unfortunately, use of programming as a medium for art and design, especially by young people and non-professionals is limited. Many people consider computer programing to be a highly specialized, difficult and inaccessible activity that only has relevance as a career path rather than as a mode of personal expression. By finding ways to connect programing to the production of personally relevant beautiful physical objects, it is possible to expand the number and types of people who are both interested in and empowered to participate in creative programming.
Robot With the Arduino Robot, you can learn about electronics, mechanics, and software. It is a tiny computer on wheels. It comes with a number of of project examples you can easily replicate, and it is a powerful robotics platform that you can hack to perform all sorts of tasks. The robot comes with a large number of inputs; two potentiometers, five buttons, a digital compass, five floor sensors, and an SD card reader.
List of Arduino boards and compatible systems This is a non-exhaustive list of Arduino boards and compatible systems. It lists boards in these categories: Released under the official Arduino nameArduino "shield" compatibleDevelopment-environment compatibleBased on non-Atmel processors Where different from the Arduino base feature set, compatibility, features, and licensing details are included. Official Arduino versions Many versions of the official Arduino hardware have been commercially produced to date: Digital Termometer Hi everybody this is my first instructables , and it's a digital termometer using a IC2 display ,an Arduino UNO, a rechargable battery(a powerbank),a LM35 as the temperature sensor, and a pushbutton wich if you pushes it it displays temperature rather on celsius or farenheit. The Arduino and the display i bought them on Ebay. The display was around 8usd.
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A Multi-Protocol Infrared Remote Library for the Arduino Do you want to control your Arduino with an IR remote? Do you want to use your Arduino to control your stereo or other devices? This IR remote library lets you both send and receive IR remote codes in multiple protocols. It supports NEC, Sony SIRC, Philips RC5, Philips RC6, and raw protocols. If you want additional protocols, they are straightforward to add. The library can even be used to record codes from your remote and re-transmit them, as a minimal universal remote. arduinopong - alastairparker Who doesn't like pong? After playing with composite video signal generation, the next step was to use if for something 'useful'.Programming was not difficult, but there were some challenges.Given that so much time is spent on generating the correct video signals, any major delays (1-5us) would cause the video to lose sync and nothing would be displayed. Essentially the code is multi-threaded, with the left players position being updated in one loop, and the right updated in another. Due to the timing constraints, I decided not to use any floating point arithmetic for the velocity of the ball.
Arduino and Atmel launch the Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 Following an exciting two days of MakerCon and on the eve of Maker Faire, the team of Atmel and Arduino have announced the launch of the Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101, a shield that enables rapid prototyping of Internet of Things (IoT) applications on the highly-popular open-source platform. The cost-effective, secure Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 is an easy-to-use extension that can seamlessly be connected to any Arduino board enabling high-performance Wi-Fi connectivity. This new shield gives the design community more opportunities to securely connect IoT applications, ranging from consumer goods to wearables, robotics, high-tech devices and more.
the cardboarduino Inspired by the paperduino, the cardboarduino is a physically larger version (with space for a 9V battery), designed by Allegheny College’s faculty member Matt Jadud, as way to introduce students to the fundamentals of soldering and working with physical computation. The Cardboarduino is intended to be printed, cut out, and glued to the front and back of a piece of 5″ x 6″ piece of posterboard.The builder pokes holes through the posterboard everywhere there is a dot on the top side of the design. It also labels the locations of all of the components, including color bands for the resistors. Download the printable PDFs from concurrency.cc