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Control an Arduino with Your Smartphone via Blynk

Android, arduino, Blynk, cloud, Computers & Mobile, Electronics, iot, iPhone, mobile, Raspberry Pi, smartphone Commenti disabilitati su Control an Arduino with Your Smartphone via Blynk 

BlynkRGBBlynk is a new platform that allows you to build interfaces for controlling and monitoring your projects from your iOS and Android device.

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48 Solenoids Transform This 1960s Typewriter into a Computer Printer

arduino, Computers & Mobile, Corona, Midi, pcb, Retro, solenoid, Tufts, typewriter, vintage Commenti disabilitati su 48 Solenoids Transform This 1960s Typewriter into a Computer Printer 

typewriter-solenoidsSeveral years ago, Chris Gregg, a Tufts University lecturer and computer engineer, received a letter from his friend Erica. This wouldn’t be so unusual, except that it was typed on an actual typewriter, not a printer. Gregg is a fan of vintage typewriters, but, as with myself, makes many mistakes, […]

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New Project: Make a Custom NFC Unlocker for Your Computer

adafruit, arduino, computers, Computers & Mobile, Electronics, NFC, passwords Commenti disabilitati su New Project: Make a Custom NFC Unlocker for Your Computer 

Capture2Are incorrect passwords driving you insane? Do you tire of constantly having to type in your 20 character password? In this project we use an Adafruit NFC shield to detect an NFC tag and an Arduino Leonardo to unencrypt the NFC tag and type in your password. This project requires […]

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DFRobot Encourages the Open Hardware Community

arduino, Computers & Mobile, dfrobot, Maker Faire, microcontrollers, Open source hardware, Robotics Commenti disabilitati su DFRobot Encourages the Open Hardware Community 

DFRobot's Ricky Ye with a Make: magazine editor's choice blue ribbonDFRobot is a Shanghai-based open source hardware facilitator whose mission is to encourage people to develop their own products and simply enable more rapid project creation. We caught up with Hector Saldana of DFRobot to find out more about the company’s offerings. Saldana notes one of their main focuses of […]

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featuredYou’ve amassed a small fortune in diamonds, wood, coal, iron, food, and the other resources you need. You’ve spent hours building the perfect Minecraft fortress to stockpile your goods. But who will watch your stash while you’re on another server? In this project guide, you’ll learn to use Arduino coding […]

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The Bean Loader running on WindowsPunch Through Design has announced the beta release of its long awaited Bean Loader application for Windows 8, so you can now program your Bean directly from your Windows desktop.

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The Bean Loader running on WindowsPunch Through Design has announced the beta release of its long awaited Bean Loader application for Windows 8, so you can now program your Bean directly from your Windows desktop.

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Nov
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An Arduino-Based Computer

arduino, ATmega328, Computers & Mobile, keyboard, LCD Commenti disabilitati su An Arduino-Based Computer 

keyboard1While most of us think of Arduino boards as something to be programmed by a computer, there’s really nothing that says you can’t use an Arduino-style microcontroller as one. It could be argued that the Arduino is already a computer, but in the case of the DemUino, a small display […]

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Nov
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“Dottie” the Flip Dot Clock

arduino, clock, Computers & Mobile Commenti disabilitati su “Dottie” the Flip Dot Clock 

dottieMost of us have probably seen clocks or numerical displays that flip sequential boards to display the next number in a sequence. If you wanted to take that a step further, you could make a replica of “Dottie,” which flips small dots as pixels. As the great video below says, […]

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Nov
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“Dottie” the Flip Dot Clock

arduino, clock, Computers & Mobile Commenti disabilitati su “Dottie” the Flip Dot Clock 

dottieMost of us have probably seen clocks or numerical displays that flip sequential boards to display the next number in a sequence. If you wanted to take that a step further, you could make a replica of “Dottie,” which flips small dots as pixels. As the great video below says, […]

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