Open Garden HydroponicsBuy now Our Open Garden Shield for Arduino, out of stock for a long time, have returned to Cooking Hacks storehouse.The Open Garden Shield for Arduino is an open source platform to remotely control your indoor and outdoor plants. It takes part of three different kits: the Open Garden Hydroponics, the Open Garden Outdoor (1 Node + 1 Gateway) and the Open Garden Indoor (1 Node + 1 Gateway), which were not available. All of them will be available and now is your opportunity to purchase the Open Garden kits.Check the Open Garden tutorial to know their full capabilities and read about this real application example: Open Garden Featured in a Connected Greenhouse Project.
Denis @ envox.hr has designed a great PSU that is reliable, modular, programmable and of course Open source. The power supply is controlled by an Arduino and a touchscreen TFT screen is used to monitor and control it. It comes with a bunch of features you can check on the link below. The programmable bench powerRead More
PoE magnetometer based on my Calunium microcontroller board (an Arduino clone using the ATmega1284P microcontroller). Included is a GNSS module for time synchronization from GPS/GLONASS/Galileo satellites, USB interface and logic level shifting for interface to the remote sensor PCB (see www.flickr.com/photos/stevemarple/8521787269/in/album-721...). The Ethernet interface is provided by an Arduino Ethernet shield (or the later Ethernet2 shield).
Reused from a previous cake. Based on a Pololu A-Star 32U4 Arduino/Genuino-compatible microcontroller. Power comes from 4 AA cells. A flying lead with a JST-ST connector connected to the Neopixels.The presets provide a way to adjust parameters after installation — always handy. In this cake there was only one adjustable parameter, which was the pulsing rate for Finn’s lightsaber.The quarter-inch jack socket is for a foot switch, so that the lights can be muted when birthday boy or girl blows out the candles.
This is very easy to do and requires no soldering or advanced skills. Heres how it works:Range sensor detects interruption in pings ---> Calls to Temboo via WIFI ---> Tells Twilio API to send text!This tutorial shows you how to create an intruder alarm that sends you text message alerts when motion is detected. This may sound complicated but I am pretty confident any beginner with electronics should be able to do this just fine. The range sensor senses motion and tells your Arduino board to send the text . So you can leave the intruder detector at home, connected to your network, and still receive the SMS alerts, no matter where you are, as long as you have cell phone service.This is a pretty quick and easy project, it takes maybe 45 minutes to complete and the parts can be had for $60-$70. The main cost is an Arduino ...
PoE magnetometer based on my Calunium microcontroller board (an Arduino clone using the ATmega1284P microcontroller). Included is a GNSS module for time synchronization from GPS/GLONASS/Galileo satellites, USB debugging interface and logic level shifting for interfacing to the remote sensor PCB (see www.flickr.com/photos/stevemarple/8521787269/in/album-721...). The Ethernet interface is provided by an Arduino Ethernet shield (or the later Ethernet2 shield).
Here’s a project that will leave you scratching your head! Ever wonder what it would be like to play Pong using those big heavy duty shop crane controllers? No? We built it for the company that manufacturers them.The project has a Raspberry Pi 2 at the heart with a Pong game written in Python. The fun part was connecting the controllers.You will find more information about this and other projects here
This project was loosely inspired by this, a weather station display whose color is based on the outdoor temperature. I had a roommate in college who had one of these and it was very useful, in Pittsburgh especially, to just glance at the color and know how many or few layers to put on before going outside. I was looking for a cool way to achieve the visual temperature display that would also be a fun and possibly challenging project. I decided on making an RGB LED Infinity Mirror controlled with Arduino.To start, I began with looking through instructables and I found two that served my purposes pretty well. The first was for a project that used temperature sensors and a transmitter/receiver combo to display temperature to an LCD screen. The second was a video on constructing an infinity mirror. This project will use a transmitter and a temperature sensor ...
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