The operation of my latest digital fabrication project. A more in-depth explanation of construction and operation can be found here: http://youtu.be/TWaikKHW6jQ source
An easy and quick way to enable time-lapse photography on any camera, regardless if it has time-lapse capability or not, and regardless of brand or model. Requires close to no prior knowledge of Arduino, though a healthy sense of being able to read instructions is very helpful.
For a closer look at the schematics look at the PDF located here: http://switchandlever.com/plans/timedFinger_schematics.pdf
The files used in this project can be downloaded here: http://www.switchandlever.com/plans/timedFinger.zip
If you liked what you saw consider buying plans or donating a buck over at the Switch & Lever online store: [...]
View Project: http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/projects/language-control-structures-keep-your-arduino-under-control/ source
Learn how to use a shake switch or vibration sensor with Arduino Circuit schematic and code: http://www.ardumotive.com/how-to-use-7-segment-display-en.html
Ardumotive, the Greek Arduino Workshop!
Find more: Arduino tutorials here: http://www.ardumotive.com/tutorials.html Arduino Projects here: http://www.ardumotive.com/workshop.html source
http://arduinoprojects101.com/ – Arduino Digital Switch, basic how digital input as switch
Project url: http://arduinoprojects101.com/arduino-digital-switch/ source
Using a simple pushwheel switch I found in a drawer I adjust the brightness of an LED
The construction and operation of my latest digital fabrication project. source
With an infrared sensor and an Arduino, you can program your TV remote to control all sorts of things. Jason Smith shows you how in this episode of DIY Hacks & How To’s.
View the project on MAKE: : http://makezine.com/video/control-any-circuit-with-a-tv-remote-and-an-arduino
And here it is on Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/id/Control-Any-Circuit-With-a-TV-Remote-and-an-Arduin/ source
Mike picked up a $10 SainSmart 8 Channel DC 5V Relay Module, hooked it up to an Arduino micro controller (a Raspberry Pi should work, too!) and the next thing you know he’s remotely controlling 8 electrical devices… it’s like building an 8 channel remote, each relay on the board can handle some serious juice, up to 10A 230V AC, 30V 10A DC. It’s super easy to set up. Learn how in the video! [...]