I love Arduinos because they exist in different shape and size such as1) Arduino UNO2) Arduino Mega3) Arduino Nanoand all of them can be programmed via the same software i.e. Arduino IDE but today I am going to show you how to program Arduino using Any Android Device, so let's get started!Note ! Neither my Video or this Instructables is a Paid Promotion or Endorsement for the app
<p><span style="color: #888888;">The 64-bit processor on the Raspberry Pi 3 is twice as fast as the previously used 32-bit. If it’s speed you desire, the Pi 3 is 50 percent faster than its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi 2, and 10 times as fast as the
Raspberry Pi is a low cost, case-less computer, the size of a credit card. It plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The d | See more about Technology, Get started and Programming.
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Welcome to my Arduino Desk Clock tutorial!This project was heavily inspired by the Arduino Watch Sport by Alexis Ospitia. Here's the link to his project: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Watch-Spo...This clock can be powered by the internal battery, or by usb through the FTDI breakout board located in the casing.
The Monoprice Select Mini is an inexpensive solid little printer. I have used mine for many hours and made lots of custom improvements to it. At some point the the controller board failed. I contacted Maylan the original manufacturer of the board for a replacement and was quoted at $66 for a replacement ($45 board, $16 shipping, $5 currency conversion). Rather than buy another board that might fail for a third of the cost of the printer I started researching my options.
For Christmas we decide to "upgrade" the computer of our daughter with the Rpi V3.We bought the RPi at Pimoroni: https://shop.pimoroni.com/, a nice shop with a great support.The Idea came from my wife as we had at the kitchen a tablet stand from IKEA (model Rimforsa), as we where inspired by the Kano designFro the screen I bougth a LCD screen in DealExtreme, with the HDMI connector.For the sound I used a cheap speaker, but at home, the Rpi is mainly connected to a bluetoth speakers.
Have you ever wanted to buy the Raspberry Pi Official Touchscreen, but not had the $75+ to spare? Let your stinginess be a misfortune no more! Through some trial and error and much searching on the Raspberry Pi forum, I found a simple method for VNCing or SSHing into the Raspberry Pi on any wifi network: [insert divine singing here] Wifi Hotspot on an Android phone or tablet! In this instructable, and my very first, I will walk you through the ridiculously easy process of getting VNC working on any wifi network other than the any one previously logged into on the Pi itself.
From its very first version, the Raspberry Pi attracted interest as a small, inexpensive, and network-friendly home multimedia player. It comes with built-in HDMI and composite video for sending signals to television sets, and most versions have an analog 3.5-millimeter audio socket. Consequently, there’s a fleet of Raspberry Pi-compatible softwarepackages designed to play video and…
A while ago I posted a tutorial on how you can connect MPU9250 Accelerometer, Gyroscope and Compass Sensor to Arduino Nano and program it with Visuino to send packet data and display it on a Scope and Visual Instruments.The Accelerometer sends X, Y, and Z acceleration forces. Often however we need to convert the forces into X, Y, Z 3D angle to determine the 3D Orientation of the sensor.
This is a tutorial for creating an Arduino Drawbot. This design is based off of a design by biomech75 and if you would like to see what he used for his project you can check it out at this link below.Arduino Drawbot by biomech75https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Drawbot/List of Materials- 1 Block of wood, preferred size : 2 inches x 7 inches, thickness anything less than 1 inch- 2 Continuous Rotation Servos (https://www.adafruit.com/products/154)- 1 Bedboard and Arduino Uno - 1 pen or marker (any color)- 2 wheels (I personally used 2 spray can caps and covered them in rubber bands)- Rubber bands- 9v Alkaline Battery - 9v Battery Clip for Arduino (https://www.adafruit.com/product/80)- Many Wires for connecting servos, power, ground, etc.
This project is utilizing the concept of physical computing by making it more interactive for the daily lives of the people. As, we know computers games are very much popular and have taken the world by storm and now people spend time on by playing it for hours on the chair most of the time. Our idea is to make an interactive game to make people do some action to play the game, rather than just sitting on a chair.We proposed and implemented a physical computing base game called “Sprinter”.
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