Arduino

24 Apr 19
INELECTRONICS TECH Blog

There are a lot of well-known programming languages like Python, Java, C, C++, JavaScript and many others, and this verity of languages always makes new incomers to the programming world ask the question: what is the best programming language out there ? or which language should it start with ? So in this blog we […]

24 Apr 19
Mags Forum Electronics

Hi, I have an application where I need 2x Arduinos to communicate together using Serial. Sure enough its easy RX to TX and TX to RX however I have 3…

24 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

we are struggling with a project that has things (arduinos as clients) communicating to our MQTT broker (mosquitto) running on a DigitalOcean droplet (inside a docker). We have about 200 things at different locations sending about 20msg per minute each. Last week – after months without any issues – 20 clients suddenly were not able […]

24 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

Don’t get them another shirt or book they’ll never read, in this video I’ll show you 10 gifts any maker will love! 1. Delfonics Rollbahn Square Grid Notebooks https://amzn.to/2KkqIjP Delfonics Stationary https://amzn.to/2DARPWc 2. Maker’s Muse 3D Printable Models https://gumroad.com/makersmuse Devin Montes 3D Printable Models https://www.myminifactory.com/users/MakeAnything 3. Polyalchemy Elixir PLA https://www.polyalchemy.com/?rfsn=1585532.0f5360 4. Cetus 3D Printer https://amzn.to/2FA6T9e […]

24 Apr 19
The Mower Project

The rotary encoders arrived today. To familiarize myself with them, I decided to use them to try and determine the gear ratio of my wheelchair motors. The idea is that I can rotate the tire a fixed number of times, read the encoder output, and then do some math to figure the gear ratio. I’ll […]

24 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

I’m trying to make my steering wheel work properly but there is a annoying 0.1 deadzone that i cant get rid of (I tried on beamNG.drive and F1 2015), i already tried to calibrate it with the jstest calibration utility and evdev-joystick it made no difference, im running linux mint 19.1 and my wheel is […]

24 Apr 19
Adafruit Industries - Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Bloomberg Businessweek looks at the hearing aid industry and what the future holds. What if they made a hearing aid people wanted before they needed? Starkey is now the only one of the surviving Big Five manufacturers based in the U.S. What’s thinned the herd of competitors, Sawalich says, is technology. Hearing aids used to […]

24 Apr 19
The Gyroscopic Adjustable Cupholder

Our final GAC design can be described as follows. A three ring gyroscope is fused to a section of a cup that connects to the top of an iris diaphragm. This diaphragm is meant to close around the container that is placed in the GAC in order to prevent it from tumbling and bouncing around […]

24 Apr 19
Berry Spring 2019 Physical Computing

Additional Information Input – For this project there is actually just one input which is the signal that is sent from the iphone over to the arduino via bluetooth. The arduino continually checks to see if a button is selected on the iphone command interface. If a button is pressed on the iphone the arduino […]

24 Apr 19
fypoum

Teknik pemprosesan imej malaria menggunakan komputer, mikroskop dan notifikasi telefon bimbit. 1. Penyediaan darah malaria 2 – Penambahbaikan dan segmentasi imej malaria     – menggunakan teknik pemprosesan imej termasuk ketetapan warna dan model warna iaitu “modified white patch dan white patch”       – perisian Matlab akan digunakan bagi mencerahkan gambar di white […]

23 Apr 19
Berry Spring 2019 Physical Computing

For our final project, our group made a robot that would light up and dance in response to music being played. The idea came from a similar project Paul had done, in which he added lights that reacted to sound as well as a speaker to a roomba. While we also did this in our […]

23 Apr 19
Hackaday
Mowing the lawn is a chore that serves as an excellent character building excercise for a growing child. However, children are expensive and the maintenance requirements can be prohibitive. Many instead turn to robots to lend a hand, and [Rue Mohr] is no exception. [Rue]’s creation goes by the name Mowerbot, and was first built way back in 1998. Steel angle and brushed DC motors are the order of the day, helping the ‘bot get around the garden and chop the grass down to size. Being of such a vintage, there’s no Raspberry Pi or Arduino running the show here. No, this rig runs on the venerable 386, chosen primarily as it can run off just 5 V. The original build ran off a 5 1/4″ floppy, though it was later upgraded to CF card storage instead. It’s not the first robot mower we’ve seen, but is likely one of the longest serving. It’s still in use today, though [Rue] reports it’s due for some new batteries. Given it’s been chewing up the grass for over two decades now, that’s fairly impressive performance. We hope to see this 386-driven beast still cutting away long into the future.
23 Apr 19
Mass Production and Digital Manufacturing

When I started researching how to go about building an EEG circuit myself I found it was definitely achievable. There several existing blog posts and guides in which people detail the equipment they need and the way in which they went about manufacture. This graphic was very useful in helping me understand the two parts […]

23 Apr 19
Adafruit Industries - Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Version 1.4.0 of the Adafruit SAMD Boards package for the Arduino IDE is available now (Tools→Board→Boards Manager), and if you use any of our SAMD51-based M4 boards (Metro M4, Grand Central, PyPortal and several others) you’re in for a treat…with overclocking, compiler optimization and fine-tuning of other settings. Performance improvements will vary depending on one’s […]

23 Apr 19
Papaya

Creative Coding   Unity WHY UNITY? physics engine rendering engine animation pipeline scripting in C# simple audio mixing built-in XR support lots of other plugins and assets you can add assets-scenes-samplescene.unity 直接拖到unity窗口的assets里 play状态退出会reset参数   shortcut edit-project settings-Axes 🉑️连Arduino的keyboard之类的 控制方向 hor/ver Vector3.zero = Vector3 (0,0,0) stage 1 let the capsule moves stage 2 a very simple […]

23 Apr 19
Berry Spring 2019 Physical Computing

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4rkB3z0kLo For our Final Project in this class, our group decided to make a Remote Control car essentially from scratch. The idea came to us through Cory, who works with remote control cars as a hobby, and he presented the idea to the rest of us to create a remote control car […]

23 Apr 19

Group 9: Ray Wang, Rudy Gelb-Bicknell, and Lily Xu Action Log: Week 28 to Week 29 of Spring 2019 Date Description Additional Notes 04/06/19 Ray goes out of town. Second look weekend. Group meetings will be done as group video calls. 04/09/19 Beginning of final report drafting Ray completes writing about CAD and outlines other […]