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The ESP8266 Breakout, "HUZZAH" from Adafruit (image via Adafruit, in the element14 store)   If you need Wi-Fi connectivity for a project, then the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SoC should be at the top of your list of prospective solutions. They are essentially microcontrollers with wi-fi built in. The module IO pins can be configured for use as all the usual functions like I2C, SPI, ADC, PWM and digital IO.   Just like any other microcontroller you will be able to take data from sensors, control LE ...
The Steadicam Volt’s Kickstarter campaign has far surpassed its goal, which means that this latest, and relatively inexpensive innovation, will be available for purchase to all budding filmmakers. This Steadicam gimbal spells trouble for the competition. Tiffen’s Steadicam Volt in action (via Kickstarter)   This reminds me of my Tiva C steadicam I made a few years ago here on element14. I suppose I should have stayed with the idea. Or perhaps, time to return to the idea?   ...
Nike’s latest shoes uses an E.A.R.L. system to autolace your shoes for maximum comfort. These futuristic shoes will cost you $720. Futuristic price? (Image via Nike)   Last year, Nike introduced the word to HyperAdapt 1.0, the real auto-lacing shoe. Though it’s obviously inspired by the Air Mags from Back to the Future 2, these shoes look nothing like Marty McFly’s kicks. And unlike reproductions of the futuristic sneakers, Nike’s latest footwear isn’t meant t ...
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stepper motor control

Posted by sheesbabu Jan 8, 2017
hello everyone  i have a project to make a clock rotation by using stepper motor can someone help to make this project i have to use mitsubishi plc fx series i made some ladeer logic but the motor behave is like that if i need one rotation at desire angle the next step of motor goes back at befor ...

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