First-person-view (FPV) flying, by adding a camera, video transmitter, and video goggles to the meat on the ground, is one of the best ways to experience remote-controlled flight. For just a few hundr...
NextBusis a free internet service using GPS and cellular networks to provide realtime arrival data for over 135 transit agencies in the United States and Canada.
For transit-bound people, the NextBus service is a tremendous convenience. Knowing when a bus is due means less standing out in the rain…one can use that time inside to get a little extra work done, or finish that cup of coffee. (Possibly even a life saver…I have seen people killed by traffic —literally killed dead — stepping off the curb to peer down the road for an arriving bus!)
Download / Order: Octoscroller v1.3 Trammell Hudson created the Octoscroller cape to connect the BeagleBone Black to the Adafruit 16x32 RGB LED matrix to create the dazzling Octoscroller display at NYC Resistor hackerspace: Octoscroller...
[Johan Kanflo] built a sweet little ESP8266-based wireless camera. It's a beautiful little setup, and that it's all open and comes with working demo code is gravy on the cake! Or icing on the potatoes...
Ethernet shields allow you to connect an Arduino board to a TCP/IP network very easily. These shields have broad applications from sending & receiving data from a wireless router to attaching an IP camera.
The story of this motor shield is that I wanted to make a robot for my multifunctional brainwave controlled system and I decided to share this with you. It's a very simple circuit I used the L293D IC that is a dual bridge motor driver IC.
I really enjoyed the CC3000 Arduino Wifi breakout and would still use it if I needed additional data pins. With the ESP2866 product I have a much smaller footprint, it doesn’t even require an Arduino, and it is super easy to set up. Here’s how to know if you should use an ESP2866:
You don’t need a full OS.
You have a few sensors.
You want to simply grab data and push it.
This is where the ESP8266 really shines. It’s dead simple and does one thing and does it well. I can’t wait to start building more projects with this, and at $10 you really should too.
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