This fun arduino project uses an LCD(Liquid Crystal Display) and creates a form of show that shows you different modes of cursors you can display on the LCD.I will also explain the code and its functions.Hope you enjoy it
Photoresistors are among the most popular lighting level sensors for Arduino. They are easy to use, and yet, there are some unexpected surprises, especially when we try to use ready modules designed by somebody else.In this Instructable I will show you how to connect a ready Photoresistor module to Arduino, how to compensate the signal for the way the module is designed, and how to control a digital signal ON and OFF based on the level of the lighting.Please note that the annotation on some of the pictures in this Instructable will work correctly on some browsers only after you click on the image to expand it.Please make sure you click on the image to see the annotation showing the correct spot on the image!
A year or so back I built a camera pole level indicator that used L.E.Ds to indicate the angle of the tower as a visual aid. It worked good for what I intended but I've always thought it could be "jazzed up" a bit. After picking up a little Nokia 5110 LCD display I decided to revisit my electronic level project. This simple project is the result. I hope someone finds it useful!
ave you ever heard of TFT LCD screens? They are great ways to display information from your Arduino, or display pictures. The Arduino team just released an official TFT LCD screen with their new Robot at Maker Faire 2013. It's very easy to get started with!! This tutorial will show you how to get the LCD up and running, load information from the SD card, and make a few simple projects.The TFT LCD screen is a great way to detach your computer, and have the Arduino relay information that you need to know onto the LCD. A great part of the LCD is that it has a built in microSD card socket. You can store images on the microSD card socket, and even some text!If you like this Instructable, please vote for me in the Arduino contest by clicking the orange ribbon in the upper right hand corner, then vote!!
This product is an instrument that synchronizes motion with art and music. By controlling the amount of light that falls on the sensor, one can control the splash of colors being made on the screen along with the music note the instrument generates. This was developed by Jooeun and Noora to mark our right of passage to being Makers.This product is an attempt to recreate the notion of making the invisible visible through detailed design. The product is inspired by the underlying premise of the paper "making the invisible visible in science museums through augmented reality devices (Yoon & Wang, 2014)"; where by attaching dynamic visualization of magnetic field to the manipulation of real bar magnets, they found visitors to be more engaged as it made provision for difficult concepts to be accessible through visualization. We tried to emulate this by developing a product that provides visualization in the form ...
This is a dog feeder powered by a Raspberry Pi.If you want: an easy way to feed your big dog keep track of when you feed control how much and how often you feed and optionally be able to feed remotely through email when you are not aroundthis is a project for you :)If you have all the parts around, it should take a couple of weekends to get this done.Please feel free to modify and share your mods.
Just bought a Raspberry Pi and don't know what to do with it? Well it's time that you grab that Pi, start working using this guide and stay tuned for more Raspberry Pi tutorials! This tutorial is for OS X and if you have a windows computer don't worry, I will post another tutorial for windows, so stay tuned !
GoPro cameras are getting pretty sophisticated, but they can't yet read minds: you have to tell them when to start recording. Fortunately, they can be remote controlled very easily over a WiFi connect...
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