Arduino Ultrasonic Parking Spotter
For my first instructable, I’d like to present The Parking Spotter. This is not a new concept, I know. However, this build was done specifically to suit my needs/wants/materials already in my possession. Typically, a project begins with an idea, parts are then gathered, and the building commences. In my case I looked around at the parts and material that I had on-hand, browsed Instructables (a daily occurrence), and found inspiration from others. I shouldn’t fail to mention the site of wooden saw horses in front of my sister-in-laws $30k car to protect the $200 bicycle!! So, let’s dive in!
Soldering iron, solder & fume extractor
Drill or drill-press
Appropriate drill bit for your LED holders
5/8″ drill bit for the sensor holes
Screwdriver for the enclosure
And, anything that you feel you need to make your task easier.
I am going to assume that you are, at least, familiar with the Arduino development platform. If you are not, I suggest visiting the Arduino homepage. Study the hardware and software. Learn the basics. Build some circuits (actually, this could be your first! It’s not that hard!) When you have reached that point, learn more! I’ve been learning this stuff on my own with TONS of help from the wealth of information on the Arduino site, great Instructables members and the web in general.
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