Build your own motion-triggered "Internet of Things" cameraGizmagBy James Holloway Adafruit's "Internet of Things Camera" is a neat mashup of existing Arduino components into a versatile remote monitoring camera.
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The Arduino Doodle ClockiProgrammerThe controller is an Arduino and the reason that the writing is a little shaky is that the servos have no positional feedback to the Arduino and so positioning is by dead reckoning.
It’s been a while but we just received a new shipment of Arduino Nanos back in the Maker Shed. What’s an Arduino Nano? It’s a small, breadboard mountable microcontroller with more or less the same functionality of the Arduino UNO.
The final design sketch and built prototype Coming on the heels of the year anniversary of the Japanese Tohoku-Oki earthquake, Bunnie Huang, a member of the MAKE Tech Advisory Board, tasked himself with designing a civilian-friendly Geiger counter.
Universal ticker hack takes a look back at a time before NASDAQ (video)EngadgetArduino fun, silly geeks. Alright, so in this case it's an FTDI Basic board, but the spirit of this hack remains the same.
If you create something with Arduino and put it out into the world, there is no well-established link to the source. If you personally made the device, the source can get lost over time. If you didn't create it, you could have a tough ...
TweakTown Doodle Clock Will Draw the Time For YouPCWorldThe "doodle clock" by Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi operates a robotic arm (using Arduino of course) along with a felt tip marker to draw the time on a dry-erase board.
[Nick Thatcher] has built several iterations of a homebrew Segway, and the latest version is very impressive. When developing the project he figured there was just no way the thing would ever work, which led to its name, the ...
DIY Weekend: Shining a new light on an old video game classicCNETEllsworth and Duxbury knew each other casually through their Arduino (an open-source electronic prototyping platform) work, but it was at a Christmas party for Duxbury's company,...
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