Completion of a project. Two 24″ x 26″ boards (pegboard) filled with 818 blue LEDs, 160 IR emitters, and 190 IR receivers. All organized into 190 “nodes” and powered by two Arduino micro-controllers. I built the coffee table and sized the inner cabinet to accommodate these pegboard reactive surfaces.
The two pieces of pegboard (as well as a good view of the wire “nest” beneath them) can be seen being tested here: http://youtu.be/ZO-9DszzpI8
The original prototype board can be seen here: http://youtu.be/oKPUU21ReZg This link also contains a vast amount of information such as motivation, similar projects by others, and more on [...]
An easy Arduino project for beginners as well as for medium or advanced users. You can download the sketches from the link below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5kBjzQ2BVopd1VyTXNOT05rMjg
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I wanted to be able to turn off all the lights in my room when I watch a movie without having to get up to turn of three switches.
Coded the Arduino to use a IR receiver to listen for specific IR codes from my TV remote. When I press the play button on my TV remote not only does it start and play the movie on the TV but it also turns off all the lights. When I stop the movie with the stop button it turns all the lights back on in the room.
Arduino IR sensor 5v activated 2-channel relay supporting 120V (only need single 1-channel relay) breadboard wires extension cord lamp
I used a IR [...]
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 ARDUINO tutorial will show you how to build your own universal IR infrared remote control.
Please check out our website for the link to the IRremote library and more info on this projects + other ARDUINO tutorials. https://zhutarduino.wordpress.com/arduino-projects/arduino-how-to-build-your-own-universal-ir-remote-control/
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Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/tv-go-sleep-universal-timer/
Combine an Arduino, infrared LEDs, and the open-source TV-B-Gone library to build a universal sleep-timer remote for any TV. For those layovers in motels on long road trips or for those who frequently fall asleep in front of the television, rest assured that your TV will be OFF when you awake, thanks to the TV-Go-Sleep Universal TV Timer. source
A simple example of an Arduino detecting the presence of objects through Infrared. source
Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/cellular-sensor-sentinel/
This versatile Arduino-based remote alarm system can notify your cell phone within seconds when one of the sensors is activated. Some examples include a PIR sensor to detect motion, a contact sensor, and even a capacitive sensor made from aluminum foil! Other applications could include detecting humidity, magnetic fields, or acceleration, among other applications. source
Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/ir-pulse-sensor/
Taking your pulse is as simple as holding a finger to your neck or wrist and timing the beats with your watch. But if you want to record the data or use it to trigger events, you need to turn that mechanical pulsing action into an electrical signal. This sensor fits over a fingertip and uses the amount of infrared light reflected by the blood circulating inside to do just that. source