People are always going to age but technology will always be advancing so lets use the advancing technology to fight against aging bodies! This tutorial will show you how to make a fall-detector that will alert an E-Mail if you or someone else falls!
When Alex Klein was 12, his beloved laptop was smashed. Now 26, the tech impressario sees it as a pivotal moment: “Someone near and dear to me got angry at me, picked up the laptop I was spending all my time on and smashed it against the floor. At first I was upset — but it was the first time I’d really seen the inside of a computer properly. And then I started building my own.”
A Homeschoolers Workbench @ instructables.com has build an Arduino based datalogger that reads data from a DHT22 sensor and logs them on a SD card. In this instructable I am going to show you how to build a weather station that logs the information that it collects on a sd card. DIY Data logging weatherRead More
This project is for beginners who just bought a 16x2 LCD display.if you want to make a simple and small project of this LCD,then..."HELLO WORLD" Is perfect for you!see the schematic and build the circuit then copy paste the program on your Arduino IDE softwareAnd then you have a simple LCD display circuit,displaying "HELLO WORLD!"
This is my first project using MUSE, a circuit board that I designed for creating Music Using Simple Electronics. It's very similar to and largely inspired by the Makey Makey. I prepared this as a demo for kids in a class called Magical Musical Objects at the Children's Museum of Bozeman STEAMlab, where they wired up their own MUSE kits and programmed them to play notes and songs by touching potatoes.
I would like to start by saying that this is my first instructable. Generally speaking, I am very green so if you are looking for something intricately awesome, you can probably pass this over. I am just posting because I thought this was a fun project - flame me for its simplicity if you want I spose.tl;dr: I hooked a Raspberry Pi to a DVD player screen and put emulators on it so the kids could play a ton of retro games while driving around.
In this article we will control your high-voltaged Fan with an 2.8 inch TFT Touchscreen (Elecrow & Seeed) and Arduino Mega! We implement a few relays and tranistors to switch high voltages with low currents. I have a particular type of fan with 3 phases with everyone his own speed. Read the tutorial below or watch the youtube video.
Shared from Geeky Gadgets Earlier this week the official Raspberry Pi Foundation launched their new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 which builds on the previous generations and now provides a faster solution. If you are looking even
The content below is taken from the original (From Raspberry Pi to Supercomputers to the Cloud: The Linux Operating System), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Matthew Freeman and Luis Daniel Soto are back talking about the use of Linux through the AWS Marketplace. – Ana Linux …
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