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graduation project

Posted by husam.prof Jan 21, 2013
Can you help in the selection of a graduation project, I am studying computer engineering and want to chose a suitable project ...
  Key Specs: There has been a lot of anticipation for the arrival of the Due, and with good reason.  The board's capabilities far exceed other Arduino boards and does a good job rounding out the product line.  Here are some key specs that Arduino proudly publishes on the product's page: $49 price point 32-bit processor at up to 84MHz 54 Digital I/O pins, 12 ADC pins, and 2 ADC pins 2 USB-micro ports: one for programming the Due, the other for interfacing with peripherals ...
Hi to you all.I am a 47 year old man who due to an accident am disabled and bought myself an Arduino to keep myself busy. I am  new to arduino and have written some basic sketches. and have made some nice projects. I have an UNO R3 board and I have made an analog keypad using 12 tactile buttons and 7 resistors with a 1nf capacitor to help with bouncing. i did this so that all my digital pins are free to use. My idea is to make an alarm system using 2 PIR sensors, 4 LED's, a buzzer and a sir ...
In this project I connect my Arduino Board to a WiFly module (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10822) from Roving Networks and stream audio to the PC, so that BitVoicer (http://www.bitsophia.com/BitVoicer.aspx) can perform speech recognition. By using a wireless module, I managed to add speech recognition features to my microcontroller without the need of a physical connection with the PC.   The LEDs do the same basic things they did in my last project (http://www.element14.com/community/ ...

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