In this rapidly growing moment of Internet of Things. People are using tweeter to send tweets form their pet dish, bird feeder, switch, power meter, pot, thermostat and what not, I even saw an instructable that was about tweeting pregnancy. I have been working on raspberry pi lately and I thought it would be great to send tweets from raspberry pi, this could help folks to use this instructable and make interesting tweeting stuff using raspberry pi.Lets get started.
I love the winter in Minnesota. The long, cold, dark nights are a great time to curl up with a warm laptop and work on an "outrageously geeky" project. I also love LEDs, and connecting them with microprocessors/computers. Combining the three would make a great project. For man
No matter what Deepak Chopra tells you, time is linear. Hopefully this clock is a little closer to reality than the circular ones we're all used to. The five minute intervals feel less neurotic than being precise down to the minute, and each number is magnified, reminding you to focus on the present.I made this using just about every machine at Pier 9 (waterjet, sand blaster, laser cutter, 3D printer, electronics lab, etc.)
Tor (short for The Onion Router) is a system intended to enable online anonymity. The Tor client software directs internet traffic through a worldwide volunteer network of servers to conceal a user's location or usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis.
Those little plastic µSD-to-SD card adapters, of which you may have a bunch lying around since they are often included with new µSD cards, make excellent µSD card sockets: There are many libraries (in C for the Arduino, for example) which support accessing SD cards from an embedded µC. These all rely on a well-known feature of these cards of supporting SPI:
Greetings fellow Instructables Readers,Makers,Geeks,Hobbyists,Electronics Enthusiasts and Beginners;For quite some time now, I had been wanting to make a Wireless R/C car using Brushless Motors and Arduino.It was now that I got over with my school exams that I actually decided to make it.
As Arduino Day quickly approaches, we are blown away by the tremendous support of the Arduino community with more than 480 events from all around the world. Arduino Day Turin will feature talks by Massimo Banzi, Federico Musto, and other Arduino members, which will be streamed live on the Arduino Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels. […]
evive: transform your ideas to reality. It is an open source embedded platform for all age groups to help them learn, build, debug their robotics, embedded and other projects. With an Arduino Mega at its heart, evive offers a unique menu-based visual interface to make projects, which removes the need to re-program the Arduino repeatedly. evive offers the world of IoT, with power supplies, sensory and actuator support in one small portable kit.
The automat offers laptop or smartphone tunesmiths the opportunity to create something distinctly analog. A control box acts as the go-between for MIDI software and a bunch of bashers and beaters that can be placed near such things as plastic boxes, metal balls or glass jars to sound the melody.
The main reason I made this project is the lack of a trip computer that is designed for LPG powered cars.The second one is to learn the Arduino programming language.The third is of course the joy of creation!!!I named it Bi-TripCo as it can measure the fuel consumption for both fuel systems of a Bi-Fuel car (LPG and Unleaded).Some might say:
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