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Débuter avec une carte Arduino

Débuter avec une carte Arduino

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Sound / / Piezos diagram: Inside the Piezo Buzzer A Piezo is an electronic device that can be used to play tones and to detect tones. Tutorial: manage menu and LCD display with Arduino Working on my MIDI ribbon controller I needed to implement a menu to easily configure several parameters, but I found information on how to handle a menu, how to manage an LCD display, but very poor info on how to combine the two things. However, thanks to Alexander Brevig Menubackend library I managed to create the menu I wanted.I downloaded the Alexander Brevig Library version 1.4 and I slightly modified it adding, at line 195 of the MenuBackend.h file , immediately before the line "private:", this method: void toRoot() {

atoms&electrons Also check out the Apple //e Twitter Display for another take on this idea. I’ve partitioned my social networking life into two fairly distinct pieces. Facebook is for friends and family, and Twitter is for my technology hobbies. ARDUINO View Edit Attributes History Attach Print Search ACCUEIL | ARDUINO > S'INSTALLER > DEBUTER > APPROFONDIR | PROCESSING | MECATRONIQUE | MATERIEL | OUTILS | TESTS | Plus...|Python > Shell > ATELIERS Python + Qt > PyQt apps > PyQt+Arduino | Mes Robots | RepRap | Mes lib'Arduino | Mes shields Arduino | Mes distros | Les Mini-PC | ATELIERS ARDUINO| VIDEOS | COMPRENDRE | REFERENCES | CODER | TECHNIQUE | GNU/LINUX | LIENS | Rien à voir | 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.

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 For this tutorial you’ll need a few things:

Siliconfish: Arduino LCD Countdown Clock Quickie project for a desktop clock that counts down to when my work project has to be done, then counts how many weeks it is late. The design is the "raw electronics" look. The arduino is mounted on the back of the large LCD display by nothing more than a stacked header, and hot glued to a small piece of wood for a base. The code is built on top of the basic example for a clock that syncs from the PC, found here: The Arduino Time Library on the Arduino When plugged into the PC and using the Arduino serial monitor, it waits for you to enter a unix timestamp.

arduinoscope - Oscilliscope and logic probe using arduino and processing I saw the wonderful arduino/processing scope, and thought of many improvements, including: logic analyzer mode that shows 1's and 0's clearly. pause frame save frame configurable pin-count use as many pins as will fit on screen (tested with 12 at 800x800, seems ok) use scope class in your own thing, easy to reuse, and setup any kind of GUI shows volts, based on scaling settings Arduinoscope is very much a DIY sort of tool. It makes it easy to set it up however is useful. Arduino Tutorial - Lesson 2 - Modifying the first sketch OK you've gotten your Arduino set up and also figured out how to use the software to send sketches to the board. Next step is to start writing your own sketches. We'll start off easy by just modifying something that already works.

Arduino Tutorial - Learn electronics and microcontrollers using Arduino! So, I get two or three emails a day, all basically asking the same thing: "Where can I learn about electronics?" In general, most of these people have seen some of my projects and want to be able to build similar things. Unfortunately, I have never been able to point them to a good site that really takes the reader through a solid introduction to microcontrollers and basic electronics.

Monochrome OLED Breakouts This is a quick tutorial for our 128x64 and 128x32 pixel monochrome OLED displays. These displays are small, only about 1" diagonal, but very readable due to the high contrast of an OLED display. Each OLED display is made of 128x64 or 128x32 individual white OLEDs, each one is turned on or off by the controller chip. Because the display makes its own light, no backlight is required. This reduces the power required to run the OLED and is why the display has such high contrast; we really like this miniature display for its crispness!

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