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Morse Code generator and Interpreter with Arduino

http://tinyurl.com/ea54o43cu015c An arduino takes some text from the serial monitor and converts that into light signals. Another arduino decodes that signal, ...

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Blynk builds apps for Arduino projects in just minutes

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Now it’s super easy to control your Arduino with a smartphone. Developed by Pasha Baiborodin, Blynk is a platform that allows anyone to control their Arduino and other Atmel based microcontrollers ...

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Vidéo : Arduino à tout faire

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Bricoler un drone dans son garage, réaliser des jeux de lumières avec des LED ou même construire un bras robotisé digne d’un film de science-fiction… Aujourd’hui, même quand on est un novice en électronique, c’est possible grâce à Arduino, véritable pâte à modeler technologique. FUTURE part à la rencontre de Massimo Banzi, le créateur de cette innovation majeure, et de ses utilisateurs : des enfants et adolescents férus d'électronique.

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VisiPort2 Compact Arduino Programmer (video) - Geeky gadgets

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Geeky gadgets VisiPort2 Compact Arduino Programmer (video) Geeky gadgets The VisiPort2 project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website, so if you think VisiPort2 is something your Arduino programming could benefit from, visit the...

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Control Arduino Projects with Your Voice and an Android Phone

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Voice recognition is a one of the best ways to control Arduino projects, but it's not exactly easy to implement on your own. Instructables user ASCAS shows off how to add voice control to your Arduino projects using your Android phone and Bluetooth.

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Create Your Very Own Thermal Imaging Camera With An Arduino Nano (video) - Geeky gadgets

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Geeky gadgets Create Your Very Own Thermal Imaging Camera With An Arduino Nano (video) Geeky gadgets If you enjoy creating projects using the Arduino platform you might be interested in this awesome thermal imaging camera which has been created...

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OpenPipe Breakout & MIDI-USB Shield

OpenPipe Breakout connected to MIDI-USB Shield with Arduino UNO. UPiper iOS app with bagpipes sounds from universal-piper.com. Open Source Hardware Electroni...
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Arduino in research and biotech

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Arduino’s acceptance into the biotech research community is evident from its increasing mentions in high-profile science and engineering journals. Mentions of Arduino in these journals alone have g...

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An OLED Ring for Bluetooth Notifications

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Wearables are the next frontier of amateur electronics, and [Kevin]’s Arduboy ring is one of the best examples we’ve seen yet.
Inside the Arduboy is an nRF51822 – a chipset with Bluetooth Low Energy, an ARM Cortex M0,256k of Flash, and 16k of RAM.

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Homemade Activity Monitor

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A group of developers have uploaded a tutorial on Instructables showing the steps needed to develop a homemade DIY fitness tracker. The design is the second iteration of an Arduino-based wearable smart watch project of theirs.

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Nanite 85 The Worlds Smallest ATtiny85 Arduino Development Board - Geeky gadgets

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Geeky gadgets Nanite 85 The Worlds Smallest ATtiny85 Arduino Development Board Geeky gadgets Maker and developers looking for a tiny Arduino development board might be interested in The Nanite 85, which could possibly be the world's smallest...

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Freematics : vehicle telematics with open-source hardware

Making it possible, accessible, and affordable to carry out vehicle telematics projects with open-source hardware and mobile gadgets.


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Retour sur le premier atelier "arduino connectée" du 10 janvier 2013

Retour sur le premier atelier "arduino connectée" du 10 janvier 2013 | FabLab - DIY - 3D printing- Maker | Scoop.it

Jeudi nous nous sommes retrouvés dans une bonne ambiance  pour cet atelier s’adressant aux personnes sachant déjà utiliser le couteau suisse électronique qu’est la carte arduino. L’objectif de l’atelier était simple : savoir connecter son arduino à internet, rapatrier de l’information rafraichie périodiquement (ici toutes les 10 secondes environ), et piloter des petits objets avec cette information.

Pour cela, nous avions prévu avec les talentueux duettistes animant la session (Baptiste Gaultier, de Telecom Bretagne, et Thomas Meghe, du département ATN de Rennes 2), de nous baser simplement sur des boucliers ethernet et des cartes arduino utilisant un script d’exemple (twitter client), en utilisant la connexion internet du labfab. Laurent Mattlé, fidèle contributeur du labfab, a ramené un gros switch, Baptiste et Hugobiwan des shields ethernet. Nous avions aussi, au cas où, des boucliers « wifi », du 220V, et de la bonne humeur.


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