The Lightning Simulator/Breathalyzer/Graphic Equalizer – Arduino Powered using arduino

UPDATE: A portable version of the Talking Breathalyzer is here http://talkingbreathalyzer.com The LED strips are mounted on an outdoor trellace which functions as a lightning simulator, outdoor breathalyzer, graphic equalizer synced to music, and a few other effects with sound. Materials: 8 12v RGB Waterproof Flexible LED Strips 10ft long (usledsupply.com) - $800 8 RGB 4A/Ch Amps (usledsupply.com) - $200 8 ...

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The Talking Breathalyzer using an Arduino

*** Additional info at http://droidalyzer.com/talkingbreathalyzer/index.html *** A customizable Breathalyzer that talks and tells you how much you’ve had to drink. It’s also open source and can easily be modified with your own text on the LCD screen and audio MP3 files. When tethered to a PC with a USB cable, it has additional features including character animations, Breathalyzer Tweets, text to speech, wea ...

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Arduino Breathalyzer

What is a breathalyzer you may ask? It is a device for estimating blood alcohol content (BAC) from a breath sample.In simple terms it is a device to test weather a person is drunk or not. As the title suggests it runs on the arduino.Our breathalyzer uses the MQ-3 alcohol sensor from sparkfun.It is a simple and fun to do project. This instructable explains how to create your own breathalyzer , making a shiel ...

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Arduino Breathalyzer: Calibrating the MQ-3 Alcohol Sensor

The MQ-3 is an alcohol gas sensor that is available for about $5 from Sparkfun, Seeed Studio, and others. It’s easy to use and has sparked the imagination of anyone who has dreamed of building their own breathalyzer device for measuring the amount of alcohol in the human body. I got an MQ-3 sensor a couple of months ago and have spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to do this. After lots of “data ga ...

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Building an Breathalyzer with MQ-3 and Arduino

During the First Meeting of Electronic Arts in Florianópolis, we built a Breathalyzer using the Alcohol Gas Sensor MQ-3 and a Arduino Board to use in the last day of the meeting, in which we gave a party. You can see a quick video two posts below. Last days I received many emails asking for the code or how to make one, so I decided to build the sensor again, take pictures/videos and make a tutorial showing ...

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Breathalyzer Microphone using an Arduino

The breathalyzer microphone is a system for the inconscpicuous collection of blood-alcohol content level data sets. In other words, you can measure a person's sobriety with a device, that for all intents and purposes, looks no different than a standard microphone. This tool adds new dimensions of truthiness to any standard interview. It can also easily be adapted for karaoke. Don't be intimated by the numbe ...

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Breathalyzer using an Arduino

What is a breathalyzer you may ask? It is a device for estimating blood alcohol content (BAC) from a breath sample.In simple terms it is a device to test weather a person is drunk or not. As the title suggests it runs on the arduino.Our breathalyzer uses the MQ-3 alcohol sensor from sparkfun.It is a simple and fun to do project. This instructable explains how to create your own breathalyzer , making a shiel ...

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