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1sheeld

Have you ever thought of turning your iPhone and iPad into a platform of more than 40 Arduino shields? Now it’s possible!

The team of 1Sheeld have officially released the new 1Sheeld for iOS and it’s available for pre-orders for $39 instead of it’s original price $55 (shipping on May 2016).

You can  control robots, actuators, display sensors’ data and much more.  Take a look at the demo video:

All photos taken by space150.Use an Apple Watch to automagically open doors at home or at work with a tap on your wrist.

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Dic
23

Arduino Plays White Tiles On Your Mobile Touchscreen

Android, arduino, arduino hacks, capacitive, Don't tap the white tile, iOS, White Tiles Commenti disabilitati su Arduino Plays White Tiles On Your Mobile Touchscreen 

Like many mobile gamers, [Daniel] has found himself caught up by the addictive “White Tiles” game. Rather than play the game himself though,  [Daniel] decided to write his own automatic White Tiles player. While this hack has been pulled off before, it’s never been well documented. [Daniel] used knowledge he gleaned on Hackaday and Hackaday.io to achieve his hack.

The basic problem is sensing white vs black tiles and activating the iPad’s capacitive touch screen. On the sensing end, [Daniel] could have used phototransistors, but it turned out that simple CdS cells, or photoresistors, were fast enough in this application. Activating the screen proved to be a bit harder. [Daniel] initially tried copper tape tied to transistors, but found they wouldn’t reliably trigger the screen. He switched over to relays, and that worked perfectly. We’re guessing that changing the wire length causes enough of a capacitance change to cause the screen to detect a touch.

The final result is a huge success, as [Daniel’s] Arduino-based player tears through the classic game in only 3.9 seconds! Nice work [Daniel]!

Click past the break to see [Daniel’s] device at work, and to see a video of him explaining his creation.


Filed under: Arduino Hacks
Nov
19

The Light Blue Bean Goes Mobile

arduino, bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, cellphone, IDE, iOS, mobile, Release Commenti disabilitati su The Light Blue Bean Goes Mobile 

The iOS Bean Loader with the Light Blue BeanToday the Light Blue Bean just because the first Arduino compatible board to allow you to write, compile, and then upload a sketch directly from your iPad.

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Lug
17

IOS-Controlled Arduino waveform generator

Android, arduino, iOS, Waveform, waveform generator Commenti disabilitati su IOS-Controlled Arduino waveform generator 

FG5VY4PHXII62FX.MEDIUM

by Annikken @ instructables.com:

This waveform generator is based on the work by Amanda Ghassaei. Waveform generators (or function generators) are used for testing and debugging circuits. e.g. frequency response of op amp or sensors. This waveform generator is powered by Arduino with Annikken Andee shield – a device that lets users create iOS/Android interfaces without iOS or Android programming at all. It outputs sine, triangle, saw and square waves. Frequency is controlled by means of a slider (on iOS/Android device) and wave type is selected using on screen iOS/Android button. With a iOS/Android interface, you can add certain features not possible with hardware buttons. E.g. displaying different ranges of frequencies for each wave type, displaying meaningful controls for certain wave types. For example, the pulse width modulation slider is only visible for square wave types, its not visible for sine, triangle or saw wave forms.

IOS-Controlled Arduino waveform generator - [Link]

Giu
19
Digital pin 3 connected to GND on the Bean.We took an initial look at Punch Through Design's Light Blue Bean when they opened for pre-orders. Now we have our hands on the hardware it's time to take a closer look.

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Mar
25

Muzzley and Intel Galileo LED strip demo

Android, arduino, ArduinoCertified, Galileo, Intel Galileo, iOS, LED, smartphone Commenti disabilitati su Muzzley and Intel Galileo LED strip demo 

muzzley

Muzzley provides libraries for the most popular languages and platforms and in this project allows you to control a led strip with a mobile device (iOS and Android) using an Intel Galileo Board:

We integrated Muzzley into an Intel Galileo board so that we could control an RGB LED strip with our smartphone through the cloud. We’re also able to read from and write to the individual GPIO pins.

Check the code on Github and enjoy the video:

 

 

 

Giu
13

RK-1 – a wifi Arduino mobile robot for iOS & Android devices

Android, arduino, iOS, Robots, wifi Commenti disabilitati su RK-1 – a wifi Arduino mobile robot for iOS & Android devices 

RK-1 is a wifi enabled mobile robot that you control using your iOS or Android tablet or phone that makes your Arduino projects mobile.

The RK-1 is a fun mobile robot, that uses an ad hoc wifi connection, which is controlled using your iOS or Android device.

The control board on the robot is built on the Arduino hardware/software architecture, which is open source, and the controller software and hardware will also be available open source. The idea is to give the community the ability to make Arduino projects mobile. There is no end to what you can do- you can add sensors and actuators to this fun little device and control it remotely.

RK-1 – a wifi Arduino mobile robot for iOS & Android devices - [Link]

Hola a tod@s, Hoy os traigo una App creada por mi mismo (0xDA_bit). Sé lo que pensaréis tras finalizar la lectura del post y visualización del video pero NO, todavía no estoy loco! jejejejeje Os pongo en situación, hace unos meses realicé dos cursos con el gran Fernando Rodríguez (@frr149), uno de los mayores cracks […]


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