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2015
    Bored to death. Sick of waiting for robot parts and WiFi modules. I decided to break something. So I started searching around for ways to display data from the Arduino to a monitor.   I found this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlBXiZpuncg And this instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/TV-Out-with-Arduino/   I suggest you guys check it out and I will do my best to teach you here.   Here's a demo of how it worked out for me:   (Hope yo ...
This is part III of a three part post. Please read Part I QLab Midi Controller for an introduction to the project and Part II QLab MIDI Controller - The Build for the build.   After a short delay, the current version of the MIDI Controller code is now ready. TeensyDuino is required in order to use the Arduino IDE, the software is available from the pjrc website here: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_download.html   /*   QLab MIDI Controller v2.0   Created: 10 Dec 2015 by ...
Have you seen these low-cost robot for Arduino, yet, at:                        www.arduinorobot.ca   Great way to learn about them and have fun using them! ...
Many thanks to all who participated in the Internet of Holiday Lights RoadTest Plus.  In a little over 6 weeks, 112 fascinating, interesting and challenging blog posts were created and we got to see a glimpse of the future of Holiday Lights applications. It hasn't been easy to select a winner.  Indeed, it was so problematic that we have picked two grand prize recipients. Grand Prize Winner #1: Peter Oakes Peter Oakes' BYOB Party was an inspiration to others, and indeed a lot of other ...

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