IntroductionWhile an egg timer can provide a basic rotation device for my GoPro, I decided to make one with a bit more control for this summer. I’ll probably do another with more robustness, but for a quick beta-project, this works for now. What I wanted from the project was: LiPo battery power for mobility and outside use, controls for start, end and speed options and a 1.8” TFT for a display. I chose to use a Servo rather than a stepper, so it will only do a 180 panorama, but that is all I want for my shots.
I am figuring about the AI ROBOT platform with RPi 3 out.And control the Alexa Go Go wirelessly.i use arduino nano controlling the wheels with servoand dc-motor controlling by the remoter(part_4). maybe there are someone wondering about the IR remoterthat is not smart enough. so that i make with an Alexa to drive it from upon the cloud.means, to control the moving of the robot using voice command .
Want to run Android, but don’t want to buy a smartphone, tablet or Android TV device? Then this may be the answer to your prayers: Google has teamed up with Huawei to deliver the HiKey 960, a Raspberry Pi style computer board that runs Android. Developed with teams at Google, ARM, Huawei, Archermind, and LeMaker,
i am figuring about the part 4 roller bot out that arduino running in multi-program crashing out ! (Tiny Robot Plat Form With nano_part_4 + reset circuit)IN CODING(nano_part_4):so i have to write a sub-program in order to reset it's self every second.or it will not both receiving next remoter signals and running at the same time!and finally, i use pi zero instead then.because it's supporting multi-tasking!and then , i slim it by took apart the IR receiver circuit andtook apart nano and the reset circuit, and remote it witha wireless keyboard in order to speedup the response time.
The MQTT Home Automated Blinds is exactly what it sounds like, a MQTT controlled window blinds system using a Nema 17 stepper motor controlled by a Easydriver stepper board for motion.All the makeable parts have been printed using the Anet A8 (Prusa i3 clone) 3D printer, and models modelled in Autodesk inventor. I`ve not included this particular process, but all the .stl files are attached.This instructable is divided into the four following steps: Hardware Software Assembly Code Setting Up Home Assistant Configuration.yaml PhotosA lot of the information i`ve used is gathered through watching tutorials and I will do my best to paste links to the once used so the right people is credited for their work.
Hello,with this project I wanted to save energy consumption in my flat. It is big and often nobody's there, and with this stupid-standard-heater-controller I only could insert one timeframe for the day for the heater to stay on, so often the heater would run without anybody being there waisting energy, which I hate.I wanted presence-detection. And I've figured out how to do it and works so nicely. The heater runs only when someones there and in the night it goes off at a specified time which can be different for each day also. Presence detection works like this: with the IMAC-number of your smartphone the WLAN-Status can be read out of the fritzbox with the raspberry-pi via WLAN. Depending on the presence status (means: Smartphone is connected to WLAN) which was found, the heater controller triggers a servo, which then puts the heater physically on or off.You need: raspberrypi wit
'Baksa' is a Hindi word for Box.Its an Interactive Art Installation which we made for 'The Lost Party', a music & arts festival in India.The idea behind the installation was to make it as aesthetically pleasing as possible, while ensuring major impact when seen for the first time. In order to make this happen, we decided to make a massive cube shaped structure that pulsates with light and vivid colours. Being a cubic structure, there were six faces that needed to be represented. Given the theme of the festival was ‘being lost’, it was decided the theme should be extended across to the installationIt was apparent that using a ‘maze’ as a symbol for ‘being lost’ might be a good idea. For greater visual impact, a ‘whirlpool’ like motif was introduced It was critical to embody the spirit of a party. After further brainstorming, it became clear that best directio
This is a step by step procedure to create a lockbox with arduino. The arduino stores a modifiable password and when it is inputted will rotate the servo mechanism. Things you will need:Arduino Mega 2560 (or uno)ServoMembrane Switch Module (keypad)Extended Power CableM-M wires (Male to Male jumper wires)Box of your choosingMetal fastenersScrewsWire Plug for Power CordDrill & Various Bit sizes
Pebble has left the building, but who will take its place? Is there even a space for 'geeky' wearables now that fashion has caught up with technology? Montreal company Mighty Cast certainly thinks so and is going all-in on the idea, with a device that's very little about fitness and very much about the connected,…
How to increase the number of I/O pins on the ESP8266 using the PCF8574. This example will use four buttons (as inputs) and four relays (as outputs) and only one PCF8574 chip. The four pins of the PCF8574 chip will be set as inputs and four pins as outputs. In this example I will use NodeMCU but it works well on ESP8266-01. In this tutorial I will also show you, how to use jQuery AJAX with ESP8266. The software for the ESP8266 was written in the Arduino IDE. NodeMCU, ESP8266 is a very good solution for IOT (Internet of things). This article can also see here: How to use ESP8266 with PCF8574 - 4 input and 4 output
Welcome guys ! Well this is my second Instructable. And I am pretty happy to publish another one. So now lets go on to the subject. Lets start with the intro. In this Instructable I am going to show you how to build a safety box (uses - hide your toffees which you took from your sister, Your toy car which you need to hide from your annoying brothers (I am not sure weather your 1 year only brother will be scared by a buzzer alarm) or hide your snacks ! ). Now what this box does is that it scares an intruder and scares him with a loud noise or at least wake you up. Well it is not super safe to put some money in it. But at least you can hide something in it and can sleep comfortably . The alarm gets on when some body trie
This project is designed to build a robot that automatically detects the obstacle on its path and guides itself whenever an obstacle comes ahead of it. This robotic vehicle is built, using Arduino UNO board. An ultrasonic sensor is used to detect any obstacle ahead of it. A motor driver IC and 2 DC motors [...]
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