Photo by Karma Elmusa, Oakland North If you stopped by Oakland industrial arts center The Crucible this time last year, you might have caught a glimpse of Exuro during their Fireside Lounge event over Valentine’s Day weekend.
Check out this new project called The Ard-Vark. If you know someone who is interested in getting into microcontrollers but programming is a bit daunting this system might be just the thing for them. Thanks for sending this in ...
Arduino est une plateforme de prototypage électronique Open-Source et de surcroît très bon marché. Ce blog est un cahier de note sur Arduino, ses ressources, les montages que je ferai et un peu d'électronique d'interfaçage ...
There's no foolproof way to prove that your sister actually stole your sunglasses, but polygraphs can sometimes do a pretty good job. Here's how to throw together a DIY polygraph machine with nothing but an Arduino, some wire, and some tin foil.
A very interesting feature of Arduino is the great avalaibility of library that make the developer work very simple and fast. Make a Web Server, a Web Client or post a Tweet haven't difficulty. Try to do the same application with ...
The Lilypad is a microcontroller board which is designed for E-textiles can be sewn to fabrics to facilitate these various effects. It can be powered by Arduino software which is available to download or when purchasing it.
Brian Jepson used the XBee Internet Gateway running on a Digi ConnectPort to create a distributed voting system to compile feedback from a wine tasting event at O’Reilly Media’s Strata big data conference in Santa Clara, California.
Arduino is a popular open-source single-board microcontroller, descendant of the open-source Wiring platform,designed to make the process of using electronics in multidisciplinary projects more accessible.
Plick, a Kid Friendly Robotics Set. This prototype, which consists of an Arduino Pro Mini and associated sensors and motors Bandage dresses, is the work of Gabriel Paciornik, a student at Shenkar College of Engineering and ...
Emily Gertz and Patrick Di Justo, authors of Environmental Monitoring With Arduino (available from Maker Shed and O’Reilly), wrote it to let me know that the book got used as a textbook in the recent NYC Water Hackathon.
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