Read more here: http://research.kumpf.cc/2015-ProgrammingWithHeadphones/
Canny is a simple robot that can be reprogrammed using only a pair of headphones. With the help of a simple realtime interpreter running on Canny’s microcontroller (an Arduino-like Teensy 3.1 board), the eye color, eyebrow angle, and musical notes that the robot makes can be updated at any time. source
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 [...]
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Last year we introduced a small range of, “Arduino,” based products, small but surprisingly powerful PCB computers and accessories. We have made some exciting additions to the range this year.
The Arduino system is very popular and easy to use for creating your own projects. Made up of a simple hardware platform and a free code editor with an easy one-click, “compile/upload,” feature, it is designed to be fast and fun without you being an expert programmer.
Free software, hundreds of examples, [...]
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This project was inspired by the fact that I will be leaving my house for two weeks during the holidays and absolutely needed to take care of my house plants. The goal here is to automate the process with the Arduino and not have to rely on neighbors failing to show up.
Relevant Tutorials: 1. Analog: https://youtu.be/u_2SLqrKWLM
Goals: – To connect an analog Soil Moisture Sensor – To gather data on the Arduino and display it on the Serial Monitor. – To scale the data into a meaningful range.
Hardware Required: – Soil Moisture Sensor: FC-08 – Breakout board for the sensor above – Arduino – Jumper Cables
Announcing Wink! As seen on Kickstarter: http://kck.st/1ihy07Q
Wink is an Arduino based robot designed to help transition students from graphical programming to more powerful written code languages. His low cost and smarts are perfectly suited to STEM education and learning workshops. He’s also a perfect introduction for grownups interested in tinkering with robotics that don’t know where to begin.
The Scratch programming environment has become a popular way to introduce kids to basic programming concepts. The graphical interface is easy and inviting.
Eventually students need to move on to writing actual code. We designed Wink to be the next logical [...]
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
See details at http://yigitaltay.com/arduino-projects-no-1-lcd-with-potentiometer/ source