In this Instructable, you are going to learn how to configure your remote control to use it with Kodi using FLIRC. If you really enjoy this article, consider checking out my TechWizTime YouTube Channel.And for an awesome source of Raspberry Pi Accessories, check out my Raspberry Pi Amazon List. Let’s get started!
The OpenDarts is a software available for Windows 10 Devices and can be found on the Windows Store. This software lets your PC act just as a dart machine you can find at a bar: You can play on a physical dartboard and you can either mark the positions you hit manually on the app, or you can use your own dartboard to make this process automatic.In this tutorial, you will learn on easy steps how to turn a 15 dollars electronic dart onto a dart machine using an arduino and connect to your PC in order to communicate with OpenDarts software.
Take control in this year’s Microcontroller Contest! There are so many microcontrollers out there from Arduino and Raspberry Pi to Beaglebone, Flora, and Edison. Not familiar with any of these? That’s okay. As long as your project includes a microcontroller of any kind, it will qualify for the contest.
Raspberry Pi is a dynamic microcontroller that is capable of just about anything a computer is. It runs with the Python programming language, and is a great way to learn about hardware hacking and coding. Check out these awesome Instructables to inspire your Raspberry Pi Project.
In the following video a distance measuring equipment has been designed with the help of the ultrasonic sensor.the following tutorial will be helpfullto get the overall idea about the ultrasonic sensor in very short time
Today we are going to learn how to fade an led with a PWM pin. First we will see what is PWM. PWM stands for Pulse Width Modulation for getting analog results with digital pins. As a student myself I remember doing an activity three years ago in 6th grade in which we take a conductor [a material that allows conductivity of electricity] and pass electricity through it for 15 seconds.
This project presents the overall design of Home Automation System (HAS) with low cost and wireless remote control. This system is designed to assist and provide support in order to fulfill the needs of elderly and disabled in home. Also, the smart home concept in the system improves the standard living at home. The project was earlier built using IC P89v51RD2 (8051 series).
I have seen several nice word clock designs here in Instructables and other places. Somehow, I’m always fascinated from the clocks and I wanted to build mine. After long time thinking I found a nice way that I thought would be the easiest.
In our last Instructable, we showed you how to use a simple Arduino sketch to check if your device was connected properly. How to Get Started With I2CThis time we will walk you through connecting a temperature sensor. And then some sample code to get a temperature measurement.You will need:1 Arduino Uno or similar controller2. An EMC1182 on a breakout board3. Breadboard4. A few wires5. A 1uf and 0.1uF capacitor are optional.
The purpose of this tutorial is to create your own Wi-Fi hotspot with ad-blocking capabilities from a Raspberry PiItems Needed: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Access to a wired Ethernet connection Micro SD Card with Raspbian Jessie A Micro Usb "Power Supply" for the Raspberry Pi A way to view your Pi, such as a monitor with an HDMI cable or the ability to SSH into the Pi A keyboard and Mouse to interact with the PiPrograms to be used: HostAPD Dnsmasq
By admin techrm @ instructables.com has a tutorial on a nice thermohydrometer: These 7 steps will drive you through the “construction” of a thermo-hygrometer with clock on Arduino UNO. Data and time, humidity and temperature will be shown on a LCD 16×2 display .If you have purchased a LCD display and want to know how …
ArduSniffer This Instructable shows how to build a gas detector / indicator using an arduino. The finished product is USB powered and displays the amount of detected gas on a led display. In this design the reset button on the arduino is also working.This project will cost you between €25,- and €65,- depending on the quality of the parts you want to use, the links to order the parts are included in step one. Luckily, the arduino (which is the biggest investment here) can be easily reused for other projects.
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