This photos was created using the Adafruit Pixel Stick project. The devices uses a high density LED strip to display images supplied as line by line strips of the images via software running on an Arduino micro computer. Very clever tool for even cooler results.
TheTwim @ instructables.com show us how to make a cheap ESP8266 Arduino Shield This is just the first step to make a cheap Arduino WiFi shield using the ESP8266 module. With few more electronic components and the WiFiEsp library you can build it for less that 10 USD. Cheap Arduino WiFi shield with ESP8266 – [Link]Read More
We're attempting to use a MediaTek Linkit One as part of our Independent Maker Space Program project. The goal of the IMSP is to develop accessible methods for gathering and analyzing telemetry and data for use in amateur rocketry launch events.We've already tested the Freescale in an amateur rocket test launch, and this stage of the project involves launching a weather balloon with a data collection payload to high altitude with the intent of gathering as much data as possible about atmospheric conditions, as well as to test a number of different concepts, including redundancy of multiple processors, like Raspberry Pi, Freescale and LinkIt One, and Moteino (an Arduino based transceiver board).The LinkIt One is intended to be the GSM communicator system that transmits location data when the weather balloon payload lands after release from the balloon.The test is still in progress, as we've learned more about the different systems ...
Ever wanted to make your arduino talk to you? Do you want a cool vintage robotic sounding voice for your next robot? Not satisfied with the harsh sounding options you've found so far? Look no more! In this Instructable, I'll show you how to use a vintage speech synthesis chip, the SPO256-AL2 (Also commonly known as the SP0256-AL2), with your arduino!This particular chip is quite easy to use, sounds good, and can say pretty much anything in the English language.
This project is just a small part of a bigger project I have been working on for the past couple of years (on and off). The background to this project is that a couple years back, I found a modern jukebox (iPod connection, AM/FM radio, CD player...) which had been dumped across the road from my house. The body was in decent condition but almost all of the electronics were damaged or missing. The only parts I managed to salvage were the LEDs on the front panels of the body. So I decided that I was going to do up all of the internal electronics to get the jukebox back up and running. One part of this was to make an FM radio with a LCD and push buttons to control the frequency tuning. After some research, I came across this cool little breakout board that you could use with ...
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