Surfin’ Bird (Arduino Style) using arduino

I just hope every body's heard. The Bird is the Word! This is a simple device to play Surfin Bird really loudly when someone trips off the motion sensor. If you don't already own an Adafruit Wave Shield, I'd highly suggest purchasing one. It's become my favorite shield by far. I love the idea of a dead quiet space with no obvious electrical devices and then "Bamm, right in the kisser" with some annoying mus ...

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Samsung Announces Their Entry into the Arduino Family

When you think about Samsung, the first products that come to mind are probably phones or televisions, not Maker-focused electronics. Today, with their announcement at Internet of Things World, Samsung has entered the Maker world with their ARTIK platform, an Arduino compatible family of devices targeted towards Internet of Things applications. Currently there are three ARTIK devices: The ARTIK 1, ARTIK 5, ...

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Voice Recognition System using arduino

Contents 1 Team Members 2 Mentor 3 Concept 4 Softwares Used 5 circuits 5.1 Pre Amp circuit 5.1.1 Circuit Diagram 5.1.2 Working 5.2 EEPROM circuit 5.3 Led Matrix display circuit 6 Algorithm for silence & noise removal 6.1 Pre-Emphasis 6.2 Silence and Noise Removal 6.2.1 Idea 6.2.2 Implementation 7 Codebook Formation 7.1 Database 7.2 Main Algorithm 7.2.1 Common Procedure 7.2.1.1 Normalization 7.2.1.2 DWT ...

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Arduino powered Haunted Pumpkin using arduino

This is a cute little project that takes a pumpkin, motion sensor, and some parts from Radio Shack. It was fun to create and build. This project was sponsored by the Radio Shack Great Create and I was able to make the whole thing with parts available from Radio Shack. Thanks for the gift card, Radio Shack! Step 1: Parts Arduino Uno 9V Recording Module http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=21 ...

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A Makers Wedding – Photo booth usnig arduino

This Instructable is about: building an automated photo booth. The total build cost was around $150 as I re-used a lot of the components and materials I already had in my garage - in addition to what I could salvage from scrap yards. Why? - I decided to build my own photo booth after trying to rent one from local photography studios. The going rate for a rented photo booth is around $600 in addition to the ...

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Arduboy is a new game system for classic games

What is Arduboy? Arduboy is an open platform for people to play, create and share games. A game system the size of a credit card. Choose your favorite classic game from the completely free Arduboy Arcade. Built on the popular Arduino software, it’s also an excellent way to learn how to program! Because you can learn to make your own games, Arduboy is a game system the size of your imagination! Free Games! E ...

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Extending PWM output pins with a Texas Instruments TLC5940 LED driver using arduino

Introduction Microcontrollers like the Arduino were designed to facilitate the use of electronics for designers and DIY enthusiasts. The interface provides a great starting points for a variety of elecronic circuit designs. However, as the microcontroller is standardized, it is also limited in its use. That shows for example in the limited number of PWM (pulse width modulation) enabled output pins. What can ...

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LASER Maze – Halloween Haunted House using arduino

The LASER Maze was our Processing and Arduino powered garage haunted house for 2011. A monitor sits outside of the garage, displaying "PRESS START." After the button is pressed, an intro video plays that instructs you to dodge the lasers and get your candy in the back of the garage. Whenever you break a laser beam, an alarm sounds, a police light flashes, and a point is added to your score. When you make it ...

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Human Body Infrared Smoke Temperature Alarm System with Arduino

Web site: http://www.instructables.com/id/Human-Body-Infrared-Smoke-Temperature-Alarm-System/ Project Summary: The Human Body Infrared Smoke Temperature Alarm System works under the DC 5v voltage and uses the DH11 Temperature Module to detect the room temperature. When the module detects the temperature is higher than the maximum, the buzzer alarms and the red LED lights. When the MQ2 Smoke Sensor detects t ...

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Simple Infrared PWM on Arduino

We are often asked on discussion boards, about conflicts between IRremote or IRLib and other Arduino Libraries. In this post, we present a sketch for ‘Simple Infrared PWM on Arduino’. This is the first part in a 3 part series of posts. Part 1 shows how to generate the simple Infrared carrier frequency on Arduino, using any available IO pin and without conflicting with other libraries. Part 2 will show how t ...

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Doorbell to Arduino ‘Interface’

Hi Everybody In my first Instructable I want to show you how to build an cheap and easy Doorbell to Arduino 'Interface' so you can let your Arduinoproject get triggered through it or simply use your Arduino as a bell. Almost endless possibilities :D Step 1: What you need... Here's what you'll need, its not that much...^^ First of all you need the 'heart' of the interface, the relay. -My Doorbell has 12V DC ...

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1RE45 Non contact digital thermometer using arduino

Contents 1 Introduction 2 Components Used 3 Description 4 Idea 5 Plan Of Action 6 1st week: 7 2nd week: 8 3rd week: 9 4th week 10 5th week 11 Expenses(In Rupees) 12 Videos, Photos 13 Code 14 Team Members 15 Resources: Introduction Temperature is the most frequently measured physical quantity, second only to time. Our idea is to make a non contact digital thermometer which is much faster than contact thermom ...

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