The Strava Monitor is a LED small display that shows off some of your exercise statistics from Strava. It's small enough to put on a bookshelf and only requires a single power cable. All the data is regularly pulled from Strava over a wifi connection and displayed on its screen.The Strava Monitor cycles between two screens every few seconds: Total Distance of all activities so far this year Bar chart showing the relative distance of your last 5 activitiesIt can easily be customised to display more screens or a variety of other statistics from Strava.The unit can be built for around £20 or $25 worth of components.
In this project we use Arduino as a router, laser engraver and 3d printer using the same frame just as wiring will be different.Moust of the shares I bought from this website. Sorry that I could not post a video with 3D print, during testing head 3d pen broke. But I made a video with a pen to see the cnc work.
This project is a variation on the Remote Control Rolling Shutter project that I posted earlier, see: https://www.instructables.com/id/Remote-Controlled...The biggest difference is that I did not only prototype this project but I actually build it to be used in my home.At home I have an electric fire place which has a heater on board.
Check out our 360 video from space here: High Altitude balloons are effective tools in conducting experiments and measuring data in the stratosphere. A successful launch can cost less than $200 and give insight and video of how our planet functions.For hundreds of years, humans believed the Earth to be flat. High altitude weather balloons prove the Earth is in fact round.
A while ago I wrote an article on Reliable Frequency Detection Using DSP Techniques. I mentioned at the time that this is an ideal basis for designing your own Arduino based guitar tuner. In real life, musical intruments can have strong harmonic contents, and you want to detect the fundamental frequency. Time based techniques that measure the time between periods don’t do that very well. The advantage of using an autocorrelation based frequency detection method is robustenss against noise and the overall harmonic content of the signal.So, having got a few questions about how you’d make a guitar tuner, I thought I'd make one to show how it's done.
This is an Arduino controlled robotic arm I made just from cardboard and small servos. It takes around 2 hours to build. Once built, you can write all sorts of code to make it do anything.In this instructable, I include two programmes I wrote. One makes the arm move periodically to lift a small object.
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