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The World Famous Index of Arduino & Freeduino Knowledge

The World Famous Index of Arduino & Freeduino Knowledge
... an evolving index of practical subjects for the Arduino and Freeduino microcontrollers, as found in the Arduino site, Playground wiki, forum and that big WWW thing. Everything you read here will work on Arduino, the many versions of Freeduino, the Barebones and RBBB, the Boarduino, the iDuino and MAXserial, the eauDuino, the Jeenode, the many Arduino-compatible boards listed below, and of course the new-kids-on-the-block, the Sanguino, the Freeduino EPIC and the Arduino MEGA. Because of the different hardware layouts of these boards, slight modifications will occasionally be required between physical platforms. Last update: July 7th, 2010. Serving over 19,000 unique Arduino/Freeduino junkies a month without charge or adverse side effects since August 2007! To suggest a link, email us!

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Rewind: 35 absurdly awesome Arduino projects from 2015 Arduin-OMG! This year was great! Here are 35 Maker marvels with the best or craziest (or maybe both) Arduino-powered projects that we stumbled upon in 2015. Wacky, weird and we love it. Wake-Up Machine Sound / / Piezos diagram: Inside the Piezo Buzzer 9 Different Desoldering Techniques - All This first technique is the most destructive and should only be used when you do not plan on keeping the board. I use this method to salvage a lot of components at once. I have a drawer that I keep scrap PCBs and every once and a while, I'll salvage all the parts from them. I find it very therapeutic and relaxing to remove all the components off of a board. You can coat the bottom of the PCB with flux to speed things up a bit, but it isn't necessary. After that just use tweezers hold the board over the solder pot and use pliers to remove all the parts you want.

arduino meets processing - PUSHBUTTON The Arduino meets Processing project intends to make it as easy as possible for anyone to explore the world of physical computing. All you need is an Arduino board as well as the Arduino and Processing software, which you can download on their project websites. On this website we explain how to: set up electronic circuits with various kinds of sensors, control and measure the sensors with the Arduino board, Arduino serial servo control Video example: A quick test with a servo motor. Serial data controls the position of a micro servo motor. Code: /* Quick Serial Servo Control Arduino Mini CNC Plotter Machine from dvd drives In this project I will show you how to easily build your own low-cost Arduino Mini CNC Plotter! This project is an update from my previous cnc, with better construction and with more accuracy. I decided to make this detailed guide to help you make it on a few easy steps.

Arduino + Servo + openCV Tutorial [#openFrameworks] by Joshua Noble One of the my favorite things about has always been the small tags one can find beneath the name of an application indicating among other things, the technology used to create it. That little nod to the process and to all the work that went into creating the libraries and techniques that an artist or designer uses helps not only contextualize the work but it also helps give recognition to everyone who has contributed their time and expertise to building tools for creative expression in code. Figuring that some of the readers might be interested in learning a little more about these frameworks I’ve put together a quick walk-through of how to connect up two of those tools that one so often sees attached to the names of the projects profiled here: openFrameworks and Arduino. Arduino

How to Read a Schematic Favorited Favorite 39 Overview Schematics are our map to designing, building, and troubleshooting circuits. Understanding how to read and follow schematics is an important skill for any electronics engineer. This tutorial should turn you into a fully literate schematic reader! We’ll go over all of the fundamental schematic symbols: Lab3 - Laboratory for Experimental Computer Science Watchdog and Sleep functions This example shows how to make use of the Watchdog and Sleep functions provided by the ATMEGA 168 chip . These functions are useful if you want to build low power consuming devices operated by battery or solar power. The reduced power consumption is achieved by through a intermittent operation of the system .In case of Arduino your main loop will be executed once before the system is put into the sleep mode. After a few seconds t the watchdog wakes the system up and the main loop is executed again.

How-To: Shrinkify Your Arduino Projects Ever since I started making projects with the Arduino, I’ve had a desire to shrink them down to a single, small circuit board. One of my first projects, a customizable SLR intervalometer, was packed in a phonebook-sized cardboard box and used the Arduino Deumilanove connected to a breadboard with jumper wires. I brought the box out to Central Park at 5am to make a timelapse of the sunrise, but when I got to the park, I spent 20 minutes fixing the connections between the Arduino, the breadboard, and the components.

LightScythe - The Mechatronics Guy Battery power is provided from a 6V SLA battery, which is able to power the strip directly without regulation. Parts list (Per scythe): Software: Arduino code: The arduino code is quite simple.

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