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At school we are doing projects where the theme is ‘Futuristic Things’. For my project I will show how you can use a micro-controller to build a simple robot.
COMPONENTS USED: Total cost £40 to £50 Arduino Mega 2560 Micro-controller board 2x servos – Tower Pro MG595 – modified for continuous rotation 1x ultrasonic sensor – HC-SR04 sensor 1x mini breadboard Only one actually used 2x jumper wires – male to male 1x acrylic picture frame from the Muji store – for the chassis 4x AA batteries for servos 6v supply 1x PP3 Battery for the Arduino board.
TOOLS USED: Safety goggles Protective gloves Soldering iron – for modifying [...]
Un robot compuesto por 2 servomotores trucados, un driver L293D para potencia, y gobernado por un Arduino UNO.
Se puede controlar mediante un mando a distancia por infrarrojos.
Como hacerlo: http://electronicavm.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/robot-controlado-por-infrarrojos/
A robot consists of 2 souped servomotors, L293D motors driver, and Arduino UNO controlled.
Can be controlled by an infrared remote control.
How to do it: http://electronicavm.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/robot-controlado-por-infrarrojos/ source
This is SimulIDE, an Electronic Circuit Simulator.
You can Download (Windows and Linux versions) here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/simulide/files source
Using a RFID reader and a Arduino, we simulate a electronic access solution for doors, time clocks, and other projects needing the ability to authenticate a user. Use a relay instead of or with the LED to make things happen! Details at http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com/2014/03/rfid-access-control.html source
An LCD is very useful in display all kinds of information in your projects. A serial LCD makes the job of connecting and controlling it even easier. This video talks about how to connect the LCD to an Arduino and the various commands that can be used to control it such as turning the backlight on and off, the difference between print and println, and clearing the display. source
Hello everybody! It’s me! gilmaster63! After rethinking the channel, I came up with an idea of just uploading anything random until I get to build my computer (not very soon). So in the meantime, I’ll be one step ahead and do an arduino project! For this one, you’ll need:
– Photoresistor – Piezo – 10K Ohm resistor
Source code: http://pastebin.com/5EygEDer
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