E-dice – Arduino Die/dice 1 to 6 Dice + D4, D5, D8, D10, D12, D20, D24 and D30

https://youtu.be/B-dnzLoZDlw This is a simple arduino project to make a electronic die. It is possible to choose for 1 to 6 dice or 1 out of 8 special dice. Choice is made by simply turning a rotary encoder. These are the features: 1 die: showing big dots2-6 dice: showing dots as well as total value (alternating)4, 5, 8, 10, 12, 20, 24 and 30 faced dice showing value and indicator for chosen dieanimation fo ...

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How to Setup Cheapduino Board (smallest Arduino)

When it comes to electronics projects, Arduino is definitely one of the most favorite choices of every enthusiast, and if you are Arduino fan like me, you too build all your projects on Arduino, so what if you have limited boards available to use? And really for small projects, using Arduino boards isn’t a good choice or either economic, so in this post, we will uncover this smallest arduino board called as ...

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Infrared Fighting Tank

https://youtu.be/XMgdvILuDaU This project is to make two infrared fighting tanks with Starter Robot Kits, some mechanical parts and electric modules. They are controlled with 2.4G wireless joystick. So, how to make it? Step 1: Parts Required 2 x Starter Robot Kit(Bluetooth or IR version) 4 x Beam0808-136-Blue 2 x Beam0808-024-Blue 2 x Beam0824-032-Blue 2 x Beam0808-312-Blue 2 x ...

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Handmade Claw

These 6 easy steps will tell you how to make a wooden claw machine controlled with Arduino. Step 1: Print All of Your Pieces Either handcut or laser cut all of your pieces Step 2: Aquire Your Parts You will need 4 SG90 servos, 4 Potentiometers, and a box of half inch nuts and screws. Step 3: Put You Pieces Together Step 4: Code Arduino Step 5: Wire Step 6: Finish! So the original instructions for this proje ...

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Arduino Thermometer

Its hot here in Los Angeles! Besides the massive drought California is in, Its not as cool around here lately. I wanted to build something to see just how hot it really was, and here it is! Read this instructable and Ill teach how you can turn just a few components you have into an accurate mini desktop thermometer!I hope you enjoy the project and vote for it for the contests! Lets Build It! Step 1: You Wil ...

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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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Whoa Board: Dream With Touch Sensing EL Wire, Panels, Paint

Whoa? Turn any EL (Electro-Luminescient) material into a touch sensor with no additional hardware. It's an open prototyping platform for wearable electronics! Open source and Arduino IDE compatible. There are many different EL materials, including EL paint, EL panels, EL tape, EL wire.  They have been integrated into a variety of applications, from motorcycle jackets, to masks, to cars. The Whoa Board makes ...

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Control servo motors with potentiometers and Arduino

Hi there. This is my first instructable, so I hope you will be patient with me if I make any mistakes setting it up.It is written for beginners like myself, so the more advanced among you can skip a lot of this and just get to wiring it up. The goal I set myself was to be able to control the robot shown in this web site: http://bocabearingsworkshop.blogspot.co.id/2015/08... I needed to be able to control 3 ...

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Kristall 511 solder wire won´t dirt your PCB

ou, who are at production of electronic devices, know, how important is a choice of a suitable solder. A designer of a given device might not focus on a solder used at soldering of the first protoype, bu tin a production it will manifest itself – sooner or later. Not that some solder would be miraculous and otherone unusable, but each one is suitable for something else. Similarly lie in other segments, even ...

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Tutorial 18: Two Wire Arduino Knight Rider

This tutorial shows how to interface eight LEDs to an Arduino using only two Arduino pins. This is made possible by using a PCF8574 I/O expander IC. A "Knight Rider" display is shown on the LEDs. Prerequisites Complete tutorial 4 – Arduino Knight Rider. Be able to use DIP IC packages, e.g. from tutorial 17. Components In addition to an Arduino Uno board, USB cable, wire links and a breadboard, you will need ...

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iButtonLink T-Sense 1-wire sensor (Maxim DS18B20) + PIC 18F14K22

I came across a stash of iButton T-sense 1-wire sensors.. so I grabbed a couple and decided to check out 1-wire. Maxim makes a 1-wire device called the DS18B20. It’s a 9-12 bit temperature sensor with the possibility of being powered by parasitic power from the data line. This cuts the signal path down to a single DQ line and a return. A company called iButtonLink produces a nice little wrapper around this ...

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How to wire an arduino-based 3-axis CNC machine using arduino

I've seen a number of tutorials about how to build the platform for a 3-axis CNC milling machine.  I have not seen anyone tackle the tricky subject of the electronics. Here now is my attempt to do so. Step 1: Parts You'll need: - an arduino. I chose duemilanova. (depends on the board you get) - 3 stepper motors.  I chose NEMA 17s . ($15/ea) - 3 EasyDrivers from Sparkfun . ($15/ea) - some Cat5 ($2?) - a 12V ...

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