If you are into gaming and 3D printing, you may be part of the craze for nostalgic gaming experiences. The kids who came of age when video games really took off still have those fond memories of sitting on the floor with those old consoles, spending hours playing video games to their heart's content...
Using a multimeter for your electronics projects isn’t terribly complicated, but really understanding how they work takes a much deeper understanding. YouTuber Martin Lorton’s three-part video guide is that exact kind of deep dive.
ESP8266 are widely available low cost Wi-Fi modules. They consist of single chip CPU with GPIO, Analog channel, Serial channels, I2C, SPI, and most importantly on chip Wi-Fi. Initially marketed as a low cost Wi-Fi modules for Arduino, and Raspberry Pi boards, they also can be programmed as stand alone boards with the Arduino IDE. To do this, you need first to install the ESP8266 libraries and tools in the Arduino IDE.In this Instructable I will show you how you can install the ESP8266 libraries and tools, and start programming your ESP8266 modules in the Arduino IDE.The libraries and tools are available on gighub here:https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino
In this intrsuctable I am going to show you how to make a simple robot arm. The credits for the robot arm goes to this guy: www.instructables.com/id/EEZYbotARM/ There you can see how to assemble the robot arm, unfortunaly he uses a €25,- polulu driver to control his robot arm wich makes it very expensive. I am going to show you how to control this thing with an arduino and some joysticks. To control the arm I am using some cheap joysticks from aliexpress, the part list wil be shown in step 1.
We are hosting this camp to help the O/L leavers to explore the taste of technology.The Coding and Robotics Camp is a recent venture by UpliftEdu & Jamiyya Sri Lanka, aimed at inculcating IT and Robotics skills among school students, an initiative to transform Sri Lankans from being mere users of technology to introducers of technology.This camp is a gateway to Arduino based robotics and programming. Will be majorly done in Tamil. English explanations also will be given..Camp Venue: PananduraCamp Date: 23rd-25th of JanuaryFor More: 0777346609FB Post: https://www.facebook.com/eventstudio.eduVideo intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ5UCMsBlD8
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