• Didn't have the 75ohm resistor so I used two 150
  • To RCA audio for further development
  • To RCA Video
    (using domino's because I was too lazy to heat up the iron and tin the wires so they would fit in the bread board)
  • 15 feet USB cable, I really wished this was a Diecimila!

    EDIT: It now is, I added the 0.1µF cap for the reset line.

Arduino TV

Newer Older

Circuit used to display images on a television from the Arduino.

See this forum post for more information and code for making this work on NTSC and PAL TV's!

jgb, klevo!, Remko van Dokkum, 00xj, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. breedx 81 months ago | reply

    Interesting concept (video from arduino)....but I'd like to see more detail and actual video display output.

  2. xsmurf 81 months ago | reply

    I'll be posting a follow up on the forum, as you can see from the next picture I got the code working properly.

  3. anaisa franco 80 months ago | reply

    hi! cool stuf!
    im trying to play video in a small tv 5 inchs.. connected to arduino.. Do you know if is possible play small .mov files? maybe using jitter? have any idea?

  4. xsmurf 80 months ago | reply

    Foooooooorget it... the Mega168 really doesn't have enough RAM. Maybe something could be done with some external RAM, but then again forget about any kind of compression, you'd need the video to be a raw stream.

  5. R I A Z 57 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called User Experience Sketches, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts