Arduino-based theremin Alessandro Paganelli — May 21st, 2012 Theremin is one of the most exiting musical instruments ever made, mainly because of its “quite odd” playing method. Infact, its working principle is based on near-filed coupling between the hands of the theremin player and two metal antennas, used to determine the pitch of a variable-frequency oscillator and to adjust the volume of the output signal, respectively. Several theremin implementation are possible, such as the “original” analog one (based on the mixing of two sine waves originated by a fixed-frequency oscillator and a variable-frequency one) and those based on digital techniques. Blog » Blog Archive » Arduino-based theremin Blog » Blog Archive » Arduino-based theremin
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Welcome Officine Arduino Torino Massimo Banzi — February 22nd, 2012 (photo by Cesare Griffa) Last friday in Torino, Italy a new kind of company opened its doors. Officine Arduino Torino is a combination of Makerspace, Fablab and an Arduino “office” dedicated to further the development of the platform and open source hardware. Officine Arduino is born out of the experience of creating the first FabLab in Italy during an exhibition that lasted throughout 2011. Blog » Blog Archive » Welcome Officine Arduino Torino Blog » Blog Archive » Welcome Officine Arduino Torino
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For Banzi, this is perhaps the most important impact of Arduino: the democratization of engineering. "Fifty years ago, to write software you needed people in white aprons who knew everything about vacuum tubes. Now, even my mom can program," Banzi says. "We’ve enabled a lot of people to create products themselves." Not all engineers love Arduino. The more persnickety ones bemoan the product for dumbing down product creation and flooding the hobbyist market with lackluster goods. The Making of Arduino The Making of Arduino
Get a LilyPad Kit LilyPad modules can be purchased from a variety of electronics and craft retailers including SparkFun Electronics in the USA, the Arduino Store in Europe, Seeed Studios in China, and SwitchScience in Japan. See the Arduino Buying Guide for more purchasing options. The LilyPad E-Sewing Kit and the Simple LilyPad Development Kit are good introductory sets. Learn How to Use LilyPad leah buechley - LilyPad Arduino - introduction leah buechley - LilyPad Arduino - introduction
Esta lista fue iniciada por chiva en el foro de arduino, pasándose a la wiki para que cualquiera pudiera añadir más recursos. Nota: Si quieres añadir un enlace de un proyecto o blog personales, hazlo en Projects. PDFs: Chuleta programación Arduino: HojaHoja con todas las funciones principales de Arduino, operadores, tipos de datos, etc. Autor: Gavin Smith/liffiton/Frederic Dufourg - Traducido por Antonio Maldonado Idioma: Español Arduino: Manual de programación: Libro (Entrar como invitado)Explicación de las funciones principales, cómo crear librerías y uso de servos. Bastante útil como guía de referencia rápida para consultar el uso de funciones. playground - Guias playground - Guias
Click here for my version 1.0 of Introduction to Arduino comic as a PDF. For a slightly revised version, click here (updated to software version 1.05). The Arduino Playground has a version of the PDF I prepared with blank word balloons and text fields, and also my script with notes if you want to translate it. They also have versions in other languages. If you translate it, please let me know. Here are links to some of the translations, there’s more on the Arduino site. Introduction to Arduino | Jody Culkin Introduction to Arduino | Jody Culkin
Welcome to Arduino Labs It is our aim to have a more open development process for Arduino and its tools. This website is an incubator for projects we are working on that haven’t reached an “official” status yet. It’s also a place where we can create a more direct between Arduino and projects made by our users that we think are particularly valuable. This will, over time become a reference for popular Arduino libraries and tools we work on with our community. Each project gets a section of the wiki and it’s edited in collaboration with the community members who created the project. Arduino Labs - Home Page browse Arduino Labs - Home Page browse
playground - Arduino en Español - Wiki Comunitaria - Arduino Barcamps Una 'hackaton' de 48 h. para desarrollar proyectos arduino documentados en castellano. La Comunidad Arduino Hispana. Aunque aún no somos muchos arduinomaníacos, es una comunidad muy activa y con ganas de aprender, ayudarnos y sacar adelante proyectos en común. Con este fin hemos pensado en montar este evento para conectar entre nosotros y disfrutar desarrollando en grupo proyectos bien documentados basados en arduino. playground - Arduino en Español - Wiki Comunitaria - Arduino Barcamps
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HomePage HomePage Foto por el A-Team Noticias 2011.07.06 Arduino Conectado (Arduino Hackathon en Campus Party Valencia 2011) 13 al 17 de julio de 2011. 2011.06.28 Arduino Virtualcamp (Hackaton de 48h.) 16 y 17 de julio de 2011.
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Test the Pachube library running on Arduino Test the Pachube library running on Arduino Coding and the API For code and programming questions, pose them to the Xively community on Stack Overflow. Many of our engineers actively participate in responding to questions there, alongside topic experts in various programming languages and hardware platforms under the 'Xively' tag. It's a great place to troubleshoot code you’ve been working on, and look for related questions.
Make: Online | Arduino Meditation strikes a special chord with me as a maker because it is said to foster creativity, intuition, imagination, and fantasy. I can't think of traits better suited to making. I've tried meditation in the past, but it didn't seem to stick. When I saw that NeuroSky's Mindwave headsets had dropped to $100, I couldn't resist trying meditation again, this time with feedback.
Make 25: Arduino Revolution Made on Earth by Bruce Stewart Using just small hand tools, enormous patience, and lots of toothpicks, Steven J. Backman creates amazingly intricate works of art. Page 18
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