Hi,in this instuctable you will learn how to make world clock weather bot using Arduino Mega and ESP8266 (AT mode).Features:• personalized bot with LCD screen as mouth, potentiometer as nose and green LEDs as eyes• choosing wanted city/country by using serial communication• saving wanted city/country into EEPROM memory• getting geolocation data, weather data and country code using OpenWeatherMap API and ESP8266• getting local time using TimezoneDB API and ESP8266• p
Learn 3-axis Accelerometer Sensor Interfacing with AVR ATmega32 Microcontroller and convert the 3-axis analog signals into digital one and display it in LCD.ADXL335. Free Download Code, Circuit Diagram.
Since I can remember I always wanted to build a mecanum wheel robot. The mecanum wheel robotic platforms available on the market were a little too expensive for me so I decided to build my robot from scratch.Like no other robot meacanum wheel robot can move across without any difficulty. This feature makes it unique and allows for easy maneuvering in tight spaces without the need to rotate in place. Well, it's time to get down to work!Parts needed in this project: Arduino Mega 2560 x1 TB6612FNG
This instructable is about using a laser engraver/cutter. What can you do with it? Engrave someting on your notebook, plastic, phone case, wallet, wood, cardboard and cut paper and foam. Max engraving size: 38mm x 38mm and laser power is 300mW. The accuracy is great you can see it on video above or on the photos in next steps.
In this Instructable I'm going to show you how I created a Bluetooth satellite speaker system using some speaker kits, Baltic birch and a Bluetooth amplifier board. So the first thing I looked at was the size of my space and in this instance I'm doing this for my shop which is about 200 square feet or 18 1/2 square meters.I wanted to have two bookshelf style speakers hanging from the ceiling and a modest size subwoofer that would rest on the floor. Powered by an amplifiere for the top speakers a
Micro-servos are great devices perfect for adding motion to your projects. Unlike steppers, they can be controlled directly from your Arduino or other favorite microcontroller. Most servos are limited to 180 degrees of motion. This allows microcontrollers to know the exact position of the servo's shaft. You can find continuous rotation servos, but if you have access to lots of cheap micro-servos of the 180 degree variety, it might be helpful to learn this quick hack to make them continuous. What
The RGB clock utilizes the RGB color composition model used in all color displays. This model uses three ‘basic’ colors, namely red, green and blue, to build any other ‘composite’ color of the spectrum. With RGB clock, however, only ‘pure’ basic colors are combined, thus limiting the resulting number of colors to 8: red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta, white and ‘black’. This way it is always possible to see which of the basic colors are curren
Unix isn't the only operating system that came out of Bell Labs. In an effort to decouple hardware from user interfaces over a network, Bell also developed an OS named Plan 9 (named after the famously...
If you have access to one of those awesome fab-labs which are growing up in cities all over the world, you would like to make something unique with a 3d printer, a CNC router, or a laser cutter.I begun experimenting with a special rubber which can be engraved by laser to make personalized stamps.
Working with conductive fabric is fun and it's ideal for wearables, soft circuitry, e-textiles and other projects that take advantage of it's properties. Learning the basics will help you make design and material choices tailored to your application. This Instructable is jam-packed with insights from using it over the years as well as favorite resources for further development. You will learn techniques, such as how to cut and attach conductive fabric and how to build the following: momentary sw
I wanted to build a digital speedometer for my car. There was nothing wrong with the one already installed in my car, I just wanted to have a big LCD display that will be positioned in a more convenient position - right in front of me. And as I did not want to mess with my car's electronic parts in order to tap in and read the "speed" signal straight from the car's computer, I opted for the GPS version.Components needed:1. Arduino Uno (Nano or other Arduino boards might be fine as well
Since i have been a scout for 12 years, a few years ago i decided to build a portable speaker powered by the sun. This project recieved a lot of great comments since it was super cool and usefull, But it still had a lot of room for improvement. So here we are a few years later with an assignment for school (HOWEST Belguim) to design something made out of flat materials. For me the ideal occasion to redesign somthing that i made years ago without some of the equipment that i now have at hand. To
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