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Illumino: EEG hat with Arduino turns brain activity into light

Ever wanted to visualize your brain activity in real-time? Move an object on a screen with your mind? EEG devices are fantastic fun and allow you to do such things! This tutorial will show you how to make an illumino: a recreational EEG hat that turns your brainwaves into light. I always wanted my own …

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Custom OBD II Gauge in With OEM Look using arduino

https://github.com/stirobot/arduinoModularTFTgaugesI built a custom OBD II (on board diagnostics version 2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On-board_diagnostics) gauge in the clock of my Subaru BRZ (GT86, FRS) and a lot of people wanted me to build them one. Here is how you can build one of your own. My wife is about to give birth to our second son and …

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Self Balancing Segway Instructabot

[box color=”#985D00″ bg=”#FFF8CB” font=”verdana” fontsize=”14 ” radius=”20 ” border=”#985D12″ float=”right” head=”Major Components in Project” headbg=”#FFEB70″ headcolor=”#985D00″] Supplies: 1.  Arduino:  I used an Uno 2.  7.2v battery 3.  Set of motors:  Parralax’s 7.2v motor set  http://www.robotshop.com/parallax-7-2v-motor-bracket-wheel-kit-pair.html 4.  Analog accelerometer http://www.robotshop.com/sfe-3g-tripleaxis-accelerometer-breakout-board-adxl335-2.html 5.  Sabertooth 5X2 motor controller   http://www.robotshop.com/productinfo.aspx?pc=RB-Dim-19&lang=en-US 6.  base board 7.  3/4″ threaded rod and nuts for balance …

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Arduino Morse Code Shield

Morse code was the breakthrough that made possible long-distance communication in the era of the telegraph. The code represents alphanumeric characters by short and long intervals of signal — those familiar dots and dashes. For many years passing a Morse code test was a prerequisite of getting a Ham license, but nowadays most radio amateurs …

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Micro LASER Show with a CD Lens Mechanism using Arduino

Hello! This is the cheapest and easiest way to make a two-dimensional laser show projector. It uses just one pivoting mirror, powered by the focusing mechanism from a CD or other optical drive. They said it couldn’t be done, but Ljudmila‘s skunkworks GRL research facility delivers anyway! 😉 This design was first discovered in 2006 …

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