ROHM Semiconductors India was a proud partner of the annual GR Peach Design Contest organized by Renesas. The contest which commenced in July last year, concluded successfully with the Grand Finale organized on March 2nd2017, at The Leela Palace, Bangalore. ROHM Semiconductor has always encouraged young aspiring engineers by supporting such events. This contest invites …
In this Instructable we will explain how infrared signals are used by a remote to control a toy or device, then show how a simple circuit can be added to an Arduino to operate the same device through free, Open Source software. This document is part of a series covering the Puzzlebox Orbit, a brain-controlled helicopter that features an open design, open hardware, and open software.
Have you ever heard of TFT LCD screens? They are great ways to display information from your Arduino, or display pictures. The Arduino team just released an official TFT LCD screen with their new Robot at Maker Faire 2013. It's very easy to get started with!! T
Suppose I have a Windows PC in a safe room, disconnected from the internet, with only 3 cables connecting to another room, to a mouse, monitor and keyboard. The computer contains highly sensitive data. The HDMI monitor cable is no problem, but the mouse and keyboard cables are USB cables, and could be connected to some USB drive. I am specifically interested here in securing the USB cables. Please disregard other ways of stealing information, like taking photos of the screen etc.
I'm new to Arduino, and spent a solid few hours last night attempting to program an ATmega328p with bootloader using Arduino as ISP, which I never got to work. Eventually I just took the existing chip out of the UNO, put in the other one and programmed it directly onboard the UNO and it worked fine first try. Which brings me to my question. Why bother setting up an external circuit to program an ATmega328 instead of just placing it directly on the board?
addictedToArduino @ instructables.com designed a Arduino based parking assistant. To appease my frustration I decided to design a device that would allow me to park in the exact spot every time. I love working with arduinos, leds, sensors, and nearly anything else electronic, so I knew from the start that it would probably end upRead More
Editor’s note: The following post was written by Microsoft Azure MVP Marcel Meurer as part of our Technical Tuesday series. James Chambers of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical editor for this piece. IoT is a big buzz word. I wanted to make it more tangible for me. So, I decided to buil
The Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontroller development system, in a very small footprint, capable of implementing many types of projects. All programming is done via the USB port. You can program for the Teensy in your favorite program editor using C or you can install the Teensyduino add-on for the Arduino IDE and write ArduinoRead More
A Kickstarter campaign for the Niryo One, an open source 3D printed 6-axis robotic arm, has more than doubled its €20,000 target after just a couple of days. The 3D printed robot is powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Robot Operating System.
<span class="xn-location">SAN JOSE, Calif.</span>, <span class="xn-chron">March 28, 2017</span> /PRNewswire/ -- Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NASDAQ: CY), the leader in wireless connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things, today announced its Wi-Fi<sup>®</sup> and Bluetooth<sup>®</sup> combo solution delivers wireless connectivity for the new Raspberry Pi Zero W board for IoT applications.
Hello I am Jordy Weening and I started working on a home made gameduino as a school project. A gameduino is basically an arduino driven gameconsole. This does sound fancy but it really isn't. I made the most bulky console that will ever exist but please don't judge me. After all it was a very cool project to work on and you should definitely try it yourself because actually it is really easy and also very rewarding.
Actually it is a GPS portable unit so it can be mobile on just about any method of transportation but fat bikes traveling on wilderness snow routes here in Alaska seems to be fun use for it right now. But feel free to build one for car, snow machine, dogsled, or helicopter. My last project involved analog speedometer--https://www.instructables.com/id/Bike-Analog-Speedometer/ so I thought it would be a good project to build it into a mechanical moving map display.
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