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You know your an Engineer when this combination of ICONS means something exciting So a few of you may already have seen the video and post regarding using the DAC8734 from TI with the Raspberry PI so you will know what this is all about, for those that have not, you can see it here: Raspberry PI 2.0, Windows 10 and how to drive the DAC8734 from TI (AKA the DAC8734EVM Road test Board) For those whome have not and or are interested in Interfacing the Arduino to this wonderful chip, lets begin &# ...
Hellow guys, after watching tutorials and videos, about creating a new arduino coutdown with buttons, i found nothing so i can use, i am very new at this, all i want is a tutorial or something similar i need something that has a button so players can hold for a amount of seconds so that they can wait to respawn. At the same time i need it to have a screen with an amount of tickets left for the team, each player when respawn takes 1 ticket.  Also need 2 buttons so we can increase/dec ...
        With the HMI Controller for Arduino you can create an interface between your Android device and Arduino, this app connection works with Bluetooth and Ethernet.   This app can be used in home automatization, you can control lights and devices or check the state of the doors or windows. With this app you can do alot of things.     [url=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.casdata.hmicontrollerforarduinol&hl=es]HMI Controller for Ar ...
Gesto is the World’s first open-source boards for wearable gesture control with a unique method that combines muscle signals with motion patterns.   There are available two kits:     Gesto Caelum is a ready to go solution. Caelum has all you need to add gesture control/recognition to your project, with a fast and easy setup, without the need to program it. So you can simply configure the gestures in your Android or iOS smartphone to get started right away.   & ...
My last post was about the usage of a digital compass. The topic of that post was on the usage of the compass together with an Arduino to obtain the values of the components of the magnetic field vector measured by the sensor.   The values obtained with the technique illustrated there are, in fact, just a digitalisation of the "real" values. In other words, what you read with Arduino is just an 11-bits binary number whose value is proportional to the magnetic field sensed in each direction ...

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