HackEDA hits Kickstarter, makes Arduino board design a drag-and-drop affair ... Engadget Writing code for an Arduino-friendly board is relatively easy; creating the board is the hard part, unless you live and breathe electrical engineering.
Here's a fun game from [A.J.]'s lab. It's a simulated king cobra made from an Arduino, an ultrasonic sensor, and a servo. The aim of the game is to grab a ball in front of the device without being 'bitten' by the thumbtack attached ...
Remember the old days, where you'd spend half an hour or maybe even a full hour downloading music/graphics demos for your Commodore 64 over a 1200 baud modem? Here's an Arduino-based homage to that experience. The 'duino gets a little audio help from a PC, but everything stays in sync through the performance.
This article was developed in the course of a little project in FabLab Pisa. The system described here was called OpenPhysio and is commonly used by FACETeam for the analysis of affective-emotional interaction between humans and robots.
For more advanced experimenters, check out these high-end signal acquisition tools for the human body.
The Arduino crew introduces the Arduino Robot. "The Arduino Robot is the first official Arduino on wheels. The robot has two processors, one on each of its two boards. The Motor Board controls the motors, and the Control ...
This tiny two-wheeler sports an Arduino for a brain.