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everyone needs help now and again - straight out of camera - created with 144 led arduino powered light stick

 

Arduino -Analog Fade offset.

now the dark night are creeping back in its time to dust of my pixel stick - home made led strip using Arduino

Extra heat-shrink short-protection slipped over the thin daughter boards. Cut-outs in the main board to accomodate the enclosure.

 

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Seattle, WA 2013

Nikon D60

Blog entry is at www.ubiqkom.org/blog/?p=70

 

Work in progress - as the Zeemote Bluetooth remote control and the servo motor code have not been integrated yet. But I think you get the idea.

Space was limited in my room so I decided long ago to remove my bed and build a lofted setup.

 

I do a lot of tinkering so I built in a U shaped desk that extends more or less around the full perimeter of my room with lots of space to work on things. My desktop setup lies directly underneath my bed and on the opposite side I have a soldering/electronics station.

 

I recently underwent a few hardware upgrades for my desktop which include a liquid cooled 6 core, 64 gb RAM custom machine and 3x 27" Achieva Shimian Korean IPS displays. These are mounted to the wall with monitor arms and can be pulled closer to the edge of the table if needed. The setup works really well for my 3d modeling and coding work.

 

They are also backlit by a RGB LED strip powered by an Arduino R3 and Python based client on the desktop which changes color according to the color on the screens. I find that it helps a lot with eye strain and adds a great ambiance to the room.

Using two 4051 multiplexer ICs I am able to simulate the electric typewriter's keyboard matrix and can control the entire functionality of this machine via the Arduino board.

 

This example shows the result of a tool that tries to recreate an image with the available letters on the daisy wheel. It types several layers of type over each other and also uses half-letter spacing and half-line feeds to cover more paper with carbon. The principle of this is demonstrated here: incubator.quasimondo.com/DarwinCss.html

Completely useless, but fun.

 

Also, I'd like to thank Roo Reynolds and Tom Tailor for the inspiration!

 

Basically, it is an Arduino and a receipt printer connected through a serial port. The Arduino pulls the tweets from a PHP page and prints them out continously. See Toms website for details.

All five boards together. Small sections of (loose) heatshrink to make extra sure nothing would short.

 

Déclenchement avec arduino et capteur de son

  

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There are a bunch of folks here at NYCResistor learning to program the arduino in the arduino 101 class!

Arduino Uno Pinout Diagram v2

目止めが終わったらスケッチを書き始めます

BTW, I sell these. Pokono fabricated laser cut acrylic.

"Sant' Arduino"

Descrizione: Salendo lungo la strada che da Macerata Feltria conduce verso il monte Carpegna vi è un complesso di fabbricati quasi sospesi su di un dirupo: un campanile senza campane, una chiesa sconsacrata, pochi edifici rustici da alcuni anni completamente abbandonati. E' tutto quello che rimane dell'antico castello e della CHIESA PARROCCHIALE di S. ARDUINO di Pietrarubbia. La dedicazione della chiesa e la denominazione del castello, derivanti entrambe da S. Arduino di Rimini, vissuto fra la fine del 900 e i primi anni del 1000, possono costituire un riscontro significativo intorno alla nascita di questo aggregato medioevale.Con ogni probabilità il castello di S.Arduino fu uno degli originari possedimenti dei Conti di Montefeltro, al pari del vicino nucleo fortificato di Pietrarubbia.La comunità parrocchiale di S.Arduino restò autonoma dal medioevo fino ai giorni nostri.Ciò che ha determinato una accelerazione nel processo di degradamento del contesto ambientale di S. Arduino è stato il mancato rinnovamento del parroco e l'abbandono delle case coloniche da parte delle famiglie di agricoltori che vi abitarono fino a pochi anni dopo (1963). Da allora in poi questo complesso rurale è stato oggetto di incursioni diurne e notturne da parte di predatori di oggetti sacri e profani.

Un prezioso affresco del 1467 scoperto nella cripta, si trova ora nel museo diocesano di Pennabilli."

I am slowly building a UAV. This is a Pandora pan/tilt head with a tiny KX131 video camera, controlled by an Arduino board.

 

This will be the UAV's eyes.

 

For fun I used the Sudden Motion Sensor on my Mac to control the servos.

 

Video here: www.vimeo.com/653671

More info and code here: lemonodor.com/archives/2008/02/tilt.html

  

First test run of the CD-sized rotor with the Arduino generating three-note polyphonic music. There are four reflective opto-sensors, mounted above a CD with a paper disk on top. (Flickr now rates this photo as the "most interesting" of my entire photostream.)

Arduino key tapper keeps VPN login from timing out. Taps keyboard every 4 minutes. Uses small servo motor to actuate arm that hits shift key.

 

Acrylic case from Pokono. Other parts/servo from Sparkfun.

 

There might be better ways of doing this by faking computer that arduino was keyboard or mouse, but this was the easiest. :^)

I love the boxes that the Arduino folks ship their products in!

A RGB LED striplight based on the HL1606 driver chip being driven by an Arduino. The interesting thing about this strip is that, unlike other RGB strips I've played with, you can actually control the LEDs individually. Figuring out how to do that however was tricky since the only specsheet for the HL1606 driver chip was written in Chinese.

 

By freak happenstance at Maker Faire 2009 I ran into apparently the only english-speaking geek in the world who has made headway in controlling them. After the Faire we've been collaborating on nailing down how the chip operates and I've been able to put together an Arduino library which I intend to open-source so that anybody can control these things.

 

Blog post with more info and link to Arduino code

 

Arduino with LCD and 10G 3 axis accelerometer.

Space was limited in my room so I decided long ago to remove my bed and build a lofted setup.

 

I do a lot of tinkering so I built in a U shaped desk that extends more or less around the full perimeter of my room with lots of space to work on things. My desktop setup lies directly underneath my bed and on the opposite side I have a soldering/electronics station.

 

I recently underwent a few hardware upgrades for my desktop which include a liquid cooled 6 core, 64 gb RAM custom machine and 3x 27" Achieva Shimian Korean IPS displays. These are mounted to the wall with monitor arms and can be pulled closer to the edge of the table if needed. The setup works really well for my 3d modeling and coding work.

 

They are also backlit by a RGB LED strip powered by an Arduino R3 and Python based client on the desktop which changes color according to the color on the screens. I find that it helps a lot with eye strain and adds a great ambiance to the room.

Drop of water just before it hits the sheet of plastic.

 

Test with the Arduino Duemilanove microcontroller to control delay.

Now it's much easier to control the delay as i can program it from my PC.

 

here is a quick picture of the setup : http://www.flickr.com/photos/34463171@N04/3601835144/

 

Now i'm waiting for a solenoid valve for the setup so i can control the drops too and start it all with a push of a button.

Space was limited in my room so I decided long ago to remove my bed and build a lofted setup.

 

I do a lot of tinkering so I built in a U shaped desk that extends more or less around the full perimeter of my room with lots of space to work on things. My desktop setup lies directly underneath my bed and on the opposite side I have a soldering/electronics station.

 

I recently underwent a few hardware upgrades for my desktop which include a liquid cooled 6 core, 64 gb RAM custom machine and 3x 27" Achieva Shimian Korean IPS displays. These are mounted to the wall with monitor arms and can be pulled closer to the edge of the table if needed. The setup works really well for my 3d modeling and coding work.

 

They are also backlit by a RGB LED strip powered by an Arduino R3 and Python based client on the desktop which changes color according to the color on the screens. I find that it helps a lot with eye strain and adds a great ambiance to the room.

The end view of the front panel showing the daughter board behind the main one. Note also the cut-down LED holder used to space the LEDs away from the board. There were several reasons for this. They aligned the bases of the LEDs and buttons but the gap also gave me some play in their final positions (I knew I was going to need to precisely line them up with holes in the front panel). I was also keen to have a little separation between the LEDs and the solder points since I'd had problems in the past with my less-than-perfect soldering cooking LEDs.

 

The hardware is not particularly complicated: the Arduino is connected to the switches via two daisy-chained 74HC165's, the 8 Data LEDs are controlled via a 74HC595. The four Control LEDs are connected to Arduino pins. In addition I added a DS1307 RTC so that the Kenbak-uino might serve a useful purpose -- as a clock!

I'm using Dale Wheat's excellent Breadboard Arduino.

 

Watson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences freshmen participate in the Ardiuino Expo located in the Mandela and Old Union Hall of the University Union, Monday, October 21, 2013. An "Object Advoiding Robot" built by Lillian Kravitz, Steven Campagna, Tim Dowd, Adam Heller and Zachary Smith.

made w/ lilypad arduino, LEDs, & wrist mounted switches for control

 

tutorial now up here:

www.cs.colorado.edu/~buechley/LilyPad/build/turn_signal_j...

There are two boards: the front panel, with LEDs, switches & associated resistors and the main board, with the Arduino (ATmega328P) and other ICs. All the circuits were made with perfboard, the holes provided a convenient grid to help keep everything aligned.

ワイヤはピアノ線だそうです

Arduino side is the left, perf board on the right

My newly designed arduino-based flash trigger. I even gave it cool programmable status LEDs (all cool projects need status LEDs :-) ). So far, only a sound-triggered input has been added, but I've left room on the board for other detectors such as beam-break, lightning, etc.

 

I use this in my Stopping Time set.

 

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Arduino Pro Mini microcontroller and LED display for electronic dice

I received the Arduino starter kit I ordered in the mail today. Here I'm testing it out by running a simple example program: when you push the little button on the breadboard, the LED lights up. It works! I've got ideas for making electronic musical instruments -- I've got a lot of tinkering to do before I'll have anything to show.

Arduino controller with:

-Bluetooth control from Android phone

-Controls Canon A530 Camera

-Vex mobile base

was fussing around with the Arduino IDE's settings and got this adorable error message :)

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