Integrated with the homemade low-pass filter, this Arduino-based simple WAV player is to send out PWM signal generated by UNO, then through the low-pass filter and make the PCM data stored in the flash of UNO into sounds.
Attention evil geniuses! Mind-controlled robots aren’t that expensive. Chip Audette just built one by attaching his laptop to less than $500 in specialized equipment and writing a little custom software code. The robot—really a Hexbug Spider—is connected to some nifty brain-wave-reading hardware called OpenBCI. WIRED wrote about this open source project back in January as…
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