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Synchronized 2-Axis Motion With Variable Speed (Arduino + LEDs + 28BYJ-48)

This tutorial shows how to move two stepper motors so they will synchronously arrive at defined destination point. There are many sophisticated solutions for doing this such as GRBL or Marlin. Using an Arduino, there are also dedicated “Multi Stepper” libraries that can support you. However, we will use a more basic approach here making it as easy as possible …

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LSM6DSO – ALWAYS-ON MOTION-PROCESSING INEMO INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT

The LSM6DSO is a system-in-package featuring a 3D digital accelerometer and a 3D digital gyroscope boosting performance at 0.55 mA in high-performance mode and enabling always-on low-power features for an optimal motion experience for the consumer. The LSM6DSO supports main OS requirements, offering real, virtual and batch sensors with 9 kbytes for dynamic data batching. ST’s family …

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Build a Motion Control Rig for Time-Lapse Photography

If you dig around in your camera’s settings long enough, you’re almost assured to find that it has a mode to create time-lapse videos — those magical, time compressing movies that can turn any hillside or street corner into a lightning-paced dreamscape. Time-lapse videos by themselves are easy enough to make, but if you do …

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Squirt – Arduino, motion activated water cannon

Squirt is a motion activated water cannon using Arduino. This was designed for use in the garden but as it’s winter we tested it in the bathroom. It works! True motion tracking is expensive and complicated so this system activates when the victim moves into range and randomises the position of the cannon and the …

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