ESP8266 is a great thing for starting to Wifi And IOTIt is also cheap and be used for making cool projects connected to the Internet .Learn how to make a simple IOT Project with it .The ESP8266 WiFi Module is a self contained SOC with integrated...
I have a small lithium emergency charger for my cell phone. I carry it in a small pouch with a bunch of assorted charging cables...It does a decent job in an emergency for my phone. I can add 60-70% charge before it gives out. Perfect to make sure I get picked up from the bus stop after work. I tri...By: rjkornContinue Reading »
Very unique birdhouse has been created using a little Arduino programming and hardware that has been specifically designed to alert authorities of forest fires before they get completely out of control. The Arduino bird boxes are fitted with a solar panel, rechargeable battery and a smoke sensor together with a 3G network connection. Allowing the […](Read More ...)(C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without our written permission.
This manual is just for use of the DoArm based on theESPduino (which compatible with Arduino uno r3) development kit from doit company. Users can develop again and/or improve the function on the basis of source code provide by doit company. More details, please visit doit, and this link. V
Wafer level chips are cheap and very tiny, but as [Kevin Darrah] shows, vulnerable to bright light without the protective plastic casings standard on other chip packages.We covered a similar phenomenon when the Raspberry Pi 2 came out. A user was taking photos of his Pi to document a project. Whenever his camera flash went off, it would reset the board.[Kevin] got a new Arduino 101 board into his lab. The board has a processor from Intel, an accelerometer, and Bluetooth Low Energy out of the box while staying within the same relative price bracket as the Atmel …read more
TCN75A is a two-wire serial temperature sensor incorporated with temperature-to-digital converter. It is incorporated with user programmable registers that provide flexibility for temperature-sensing applications. The register settings allow users to configure power saving mode, shutdown mode, one...By: Dcube Tech VenturesContinue Reading »
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Jon Bumstead has created an awesome Arduino powered 13 note midi harp after receiving funding from the optics group Spectra at Washington University in Saint Louis. Watch the video below to learn more about the midi harp’s construction and design. Full instructions on how to creat the harp have been published to the Instructables website, […](Read More ...)(C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without our written permission.
Someday not too far in the future, the idea of having to catch the attention of a bartender or preparing your own drinks at home may be a thing of the past. In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, we’ve compiled a list of of five Arduino robotic mixologists that’ll help whip you up a margarita or daiquiri with just […]
If you’re new to the Raspberry Pi, that tiny $35 computer we all love, there’s a good chance you’ve downloaded (or purchased an SD card that includes) NOOBS. NOOBS makes getting started with Pi easy, and includes a bunch of different operating systems to choose from. Which you should choose depends, of course, on your project. Here’s how to make the right choice.
Learn how to develop Arduino-based apps for the Web of Things (WoT). This second part of a series of tutorials shows how to read analog and digital sensors with the help of Arduino.; Author: Mircea Diaconescu, Gerd Wagner; Updated: 19 Apr 2016; Section: Arduino; Chapter: Internet of Things; Updated: 19 Apr 2016
This is a short tutorial on the usage of 7 and 8 segment LED displays..For this tutorial you will require:An ArduinoA Bread BoardJumper wires230 Ohm ResistorsA 7 or 8 segment LED display.NOTE: All of the above components (and more) can be found in a convenient kit at this link: http://www.gearbest.c...By: Just4Fun MediaContinue Reading »
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