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Driving two Nixie tubes with an Arduino via a shift register and two SN74141s

Nixie tubes are really cool looking and are becoming quite popular for their ‘retro’ look. Although there are a number of tutorials out there on using nixie tubes and some nice pre-packaged units (see these nice ones from ogi lumenand ArduiNIX) I hadn’t seen a simple tutorial on running them using a shift register like the SN74HC595. …

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Make a Mini LED Siren powered by Arduino

This is one of the first projects I have made with Arduino. It’s a little siren with a LED that fades and blinks on and off. It demonstrates basic use of LEDs and speakers. Also check out this article: 8-Pin Programming Shield Constructive criticism is appreciated! Let’s get started!   Step 2: Solder jumper wires …

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Table Tennis Bat With Machine Learning AI (Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense + TensorFlow Micro)

Since the pandemic started, me and my housemates bought a Table Tennis table and started playing a lot of Table Tennis. I made this project so that I could monitor and test how well I perform my shots based on what the device is telling me, so that I could improve my game. I use …

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