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S4A
The interface An S4A program to control a light-sensor Theremin, with record and playback capabilities Arduino objects offer blocks for the basic microcontroller functionalities, analog and digital writes and reads, and also for higher level ones. You can find blocks to manage standard and continuous rotation servomotors: In S4A, an Arduino board is represented by a special kind of sprite. The Arduino sprite will automatically find the usb port where the board is connected.

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Arduino TFT LCD Touch Screen Tutorial - HowToMechatronics In this Arduino Tutorial we will learn how to use TFT LCD Touch Screen with Arduino. You can watch the following video or read the written tutorial below. Overview 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: LEGO® WeDo™ Construction Set "Motor" redirects here. For the block category with that name, see Motor Blocks. A LEGO WeDo robot being used with Scratch. The LEGO® WeDo™ Construction Kit is a simple robotics tool designed for ages 7–11. The MaKey MaKey might change the game By Trevor ShawRead more by Contributor October 8th, 2014 A new tool opens up a variety of creative possibilities for students Tell me if this sounds familiar… You want to increase student buy-in on a project by designing a challenge with a connection to the “real world.” You want your students to see their work as authentic and not just an academic exercise, but as you brainstorm project ideas with your students, you quickly realize that the things they view as “real” projects require background knowledge that is far beyond their current skills. When your sixth grade student tells you she wants to create new type of video game controller so that her disabled brother can play video games with her, you might consider all of the concepts of electronics that would have to go into such an invention.

ScratchX What is ScratchX? ScratchX is a platform that enables people to test experimental functionality built by developers for the visual programming language Scratch. What's the difference between Scratch and ScratchX? Example 1- Using WTV020SD-16P music module with Arduino This article is about playing music files using WTV020SD-16P and Arduino. This experiment is suitable for amateurs and beginners. WTV020-SD module is a voice rewritable content type of mass storage voice module, pluggable maximum capacity of 1 GB SD card memory. It can load WAV format files and AD4 formats files. WTV020-SD module voice chip has WTV020SD-20S master core, with MP3 control mode, the key one-to-one control mode (3 voice with the voice two), the power-loop control mode as well as the second-line serial control mode.

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. Scratch Offline Editor You can install the Scratch 2.0 editor to work on projects without an internet connection. This version will work on Mac, Windows, and some versions of Linux (32 bit). Note for Mac Users: the latest version of Scratch 2.0 Offline requires Adobe Air 20. To upgrade to Adobe Air 20 manually, go here.

LEGO Robotics - Applying STEM in the Classroom Halliburton and the Texas Tech University T-STEM Center in collaboration with the Whitacre College of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department provided the opportunity for teachers to participate in a project-based learning curriculum centered on the 2012 Get Excited About Robotics (GEAR) competition challenge. During this five-day workshop, teachers began to build a solid foundation for moving robotics into more mainstreamed science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculums. This website includes the curriculum used during the teacher workshop as well as serves as a basis for teachers to create their own LEGO Robotics programs. Throughout this curriculum, students investigate the components of LEGO robotics: LEGO Mindstorms NXT brick, LEGO Mindstorms Education software, design journaling, robot construction, programming and problem solving. This curriculum is designed for hands-on learning and the activities can be modified to fit any grade level.

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The Lego DACTA computer interface 70909 (Findings by Anders Isaksson) I recently (May 2002) bought the Lego DACTA sets 9701 and 9702, with accompanying computer interface. Those sets are the precursor to the modern CyberMaster and Mindstorms sets, but still quite capable. The software with the package, TechnoLogica, is nice, but of course very limited, so I just had to roll my own (I'm using Borland Delphi 5.0). This is a work in progress, still in it's very infancy, but I'll publish it anyway.

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