Welcome! Here's how to build a smart-phone controlled light. I found a very nice "moon shaped" lamp at Ikea - but really any lamp will do that has a simple 2-prong AC plug.This will work with any raspberry pi. (I have not tried it on the Raspberry Pi A models). This tutorial uses a Raspberry Pi Zero, but I also have a few photos of how to hook this up with a Raspberry Pi 2.I hope you enjoy this as much as my wife and I do. We always have our smartphones at night closeby - so it makes perfect sense to turn on and off a lamp from our phones to move around as we are settling into bed.The hardware took me about 2 hours to setup - the most time consuming part was soldering the pins/headers onto the Pi Zero. If you want to skip that step - ...
Arduino: Random Options Picker is a tool to generate a random name based on your options, with unlimited options, and different Random Seed every time you push the button. I spent +$36. Time needed just about 2-3 hours. Let's get started.
So I recently got my Seeed Studio Ethernet Shield working, and I thought the SD card function was pretty cool. I wanted a way to display information from it. So I loaded up some demo programs, and decided to go a little bit farther with it. I wanted to make a sort of terminal, with keyboard input and a type of video output.I did some tinkering with some PS/2 connectors, along with some waiting for a PS/2 keyboard to arrive from Amazon, and I got that working. I then started to think about the output. I had used the TVout library before, so I tried to hook that up. The two libraries, the PS/2 and TVout libraries, wouldn't work together. Like, at all. This I found out is because some sort of internal clock (I may have this information wrong) it uses, and when interrupted with almost any other library ...
Hello World! Pure Carbon here and today I will be showing you how to make an extremely simple game that can be played on an LCD Button Shield for Arduino. Unfortunately its not actually a game because all you will be able to do is make a character walk back and forth using the buttons on the shield and in order for something to be considered a game in my opinion there need to be some sort of objective or goal to work towards. The sketch that I created was modified from the example code that can be found here. I made a video going through the code where I explain what everything does, so enjoy you silly humans!Video: important announcement: I was recently sent some really neat items from this cool website called 1 Byone.com which I will be doing a review on in the future, so be sure ...
Hi! Do you like electronics? Because I love it. Especially I love anything which displays results, like monitor. And today I'll show you how to make that Arduino will smile(and do some other stuffs :). So this instructable is about fun with Arduino and led matrix. At the end of this instructable I'll show you how to control led matrix by computer.If you wanna to see human in Arduino stay with me!
This instructable is an extension to the Datalogger for Arduino Yun. This lets you use the Yun to log your sensors to the SD card, and uses Python and the Dropb | See more about Arduino, Pictures Of and Pictures.
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