Arduino Insight -Beginner LED’S and (Binary Counter 16 Bit)

Hello friends...!!! This is my first tutorial on Instructables, in this tutorial I'm going to show you* Write a simple program for glowing LED* Group of LED program* Explain analog output (PWM)* Create a simple project of (4 bit binary counter).Small BIO:Friends we know that arduino is a powerful tool with infinite abilities !,,. so in my later tutorials I will boost my progress in making complex projects l ...

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THE NEXT GENERATION ARDUINO NANO

While we certainly do love the Arduino Nano for its low-cost and versatility in projects, it’s unarguable that every tools has its gripes. For one maker in particular, there were enough complaints to merit a redesign of the entire board. While Arduino may or may not be interested in incorporating these changes into a redesign of the development board, there is certainly room for a new manufacturer ...

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2D-SCANNER RECORDS SURFBOARD PROFILES FOR POSTERITY

[Ryan Schenk] had a problem: he built the perfect surfboard. Normally that wouldn’t present a problem, but in this case, it did because [Ryan] had no idea how he carved the gentle curves on the bottom of the board. So he built this homebrew 2D-scanner to make the job of replicating his hand-carved board a bit easier. Dubbed the Scanbot 69420 – interpretation of the number is left as an exercise for the read ...

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The Maven Box: an Arduino Controller for Software Developers

Every job has it's routine. I am a software developer who works with a Git/Maven based workspace everyday. So when I start working, my daily routine is to update and build my local workspace, pulling changes from GitHub, execute a maven build and execute the updated software. Usually I get my first coffee after that, but because I love coffee so much I thought there must be a faster way to get my system upd ...

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LED Matrix Controller Using 4Duino

In this project, we will use the digital pins and screen of the 4Duino to create a 5×7 LED matrix controller with a user graphical interface. https://youtu.be/fSCNCFmbSJc An LED matrix is essentially many LEDs packaged in a dot grid format in order to produce pictures or large text. They’re commonly used for signage purposes in the public space. The LED matrix utilised in this project is made by multiplexin ...

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JolliCube (8x8x8 LED Cube) With MD_Cubo Library

So far, we have only built 3 LED cubes. Our first cube is a 4x4x4 LED cube and though we managed to successfully complete it without too much difficulty, we did not find much excitement and satisfaction experimenting with it. Next, we designed, created and built our second cube, an 8x8x8 LED cube driven using the awesome MAX7219 ICs almost a year ago. You may check out our instructable on jolliCubeif y ...

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Which MICROCONTROLLER for Your ELECTRONIC FASHION?

What Does Fashion Lack? "Microcontrollers" I always answer - and it's TRUE! It makes your garments SO much more interesting, interactive and communicative as soon as you add some INTELLIGENCE to it. But which ones are on the market?  I started a little research on available on some of the hottest SMALLEST boards at the moment:  If you have any recommendations - please feel free to help me with my ...

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WALL-MOUNTED GROUND STATION TAMES UNRULY SATNOGS NODE

For many of us, ad hoc projects end up having a certain permanence to them. Think of the number of Raspberry Pis and RTL-SDRs that are just dangling from a USB cable under a desk or stuffed behind a monitor, quietly going about their business. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Some projects, though, just end up accreting past the acceptable point. This wall-mounted SatNOGS ground station is a great ...

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Program Arduino Pro Mini Using Arduino Uno

Hello everyone. Today I am going to show how to program arduino pro mini using arduino uno. If you already had a arduino uno and you newly buy arduino pro mini then you don’t need to buy the USB to serial converter to program the arduino pro mini because you can program pro mini using your arduino uno board. We can make pro mini to act as a central ic for arduino uno board. First of all you have to know whi ...

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Arduino Xylophone

I made a xylophone that uses an Arduino Mega to detect when a note is struck, and generate MIDI output. This project is wondeful because I essentially made a xylophone, a drumkit, and any other MIDI controlled sound instrument, with one tool. The following steps  will outline what I used to make this xylophone. https://youtu.be/w2GtNwTf-9c Step 1: You Will Need... To construct the xylophone I used the ...

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AN ARDUINO PRO MICRO WITH USB-C

USB-C versus USB Micro connectors are turning into one of the holy wars of our time. Rather than be left on the wrong side of the divide [Stefan S] has come up with his own USB-C version of of an Arduino Pro Microto avoid having to always find a different cable. Home made Arduinos come in all shapes and sizes from the conventional to the adventurous, and from the pictures it seems that this one is firm ...

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HeroCore slimline Arduino Mega development board

Electronic and Arduino enthusiasts may be interested in a new development board launched via Kickstarter this week by electronics developer Flavio DaBrescia based in Travagliato, Italy. Watch the video below to learn more about the slim lined version of the Arduino Mega that removes the bulkiness and “ugly bits” offering a smaller form factor for a wide variety of projects. The HeroCore has this week launch ...

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