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NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   My entry to Nanorama 2020 [if I'm in time, doesn't matter if I'm not] is a very simple battery tester costing a few pounds (in addition to an Arduino NANO, of course). It isn't really finished, so I've called it a 'prototype'. As such, treat any r ...
balearicdynamics

The Nanodrone

Posted by balearicdynamics Top Member May 18, 2020
Foreword Today The Nanodrone Project An Open Idea Preparing the Drone to be a Nanodrone! Upgrading the Drone Structure and Other Parts Adding Higher Legs The Circuit Support The Raspberry Pi Case Assembling the Nanodrone Circuit The Final Module Boxing the Circuit Nanodrone In Action: the Video Foreword If you prefer to see before how the Nanodrone works, jump to the end of this post in the last paragraph Nanodrone In Action: the Video In 201 ...
Introduction        When I wanted to build a project for the NanoRama Project14 contest, FlappyRama wasn't my initial idea to build upon. But with unprecedented turn of events, I ended up with FlappyRama a fun little game which everyone can build on their own and have fun.        Due to lock down in our country, I was confined to my home town away from my workplace, 3D printer and all my electronics. So all I had was an Arduino Nano 33 IoT board ...
  It is 21h00 on Saturday the 16th of May 2020 and I've decided to make a later entry with a project idea I hatched only 30 minutes ago. The reason is that I had read earlier today that the NanoRama competition deadline had been extended and it was only yesterday that I had given up in despair with my original project.     This time the plan is simple.  It starts with a hockey stick...   Then prove that you can really rapid prototype with an Arduino Nano 33 BLE boar ...
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For this project, I wanted to drive a 7-segment display directly with the Arduino Nano Every with a few goals in mind: Capable of driving displays with variable number of digits Compatible with any led-display architecture: CC (Common Cathode) and CA (Common Anode) Reusable/Portable: can be used along with other sketches without affecting their normal operation Use the Arduino Nano Every with very basic components (no shift registers or dedicated display-drivers) Keep it simple: the same pr ...
paj

Cara-aduino

Posted by paj May 14, 2020
Introduction Project Steps Parts list Software required Connecting everything up Script plan Loading Libraries The script Enclosure Future Considerations IntroductionThis is a project I have been planning for a while. I want to know if my caravan is moving (when it shouldn't be!) and also to know where it is any time. I purchased an mkr gsm1400 some time ago and all I have done so far is check it worked by loading the blink script. So I thought it was time ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   This has been a fun and crazy ride.  Unfortunately time is ticking away faster than progress is being made on this project.  So, I thought that I should wrap this one up.   Here are a list of the previous posts: DMX diagnostic too ...
For this auspicious Arduino Day celebration, I dedicate the services of the Arduino to the doctors who are treating Covid-19 patients. IDEA The coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to its knees. The only reason is the highly contagious nature of the virus. Healthcare systems worldwide are not competent enough to deal with this due to several reasons like- - Lack of equipment - Lack of doctors - Lack of protective equipment Our last line of defence - the doctors, put in every effort ...
Introduction Thanks Element14 and Tariq Ahmad for sending out Nano BLE Sense Board and a bunch of cool stickers.   In this project build, I have tried to add a PT(PushTo) support (utilizing the onboard Sensors of BLESense board) for Celestron Astromaster 130AZ, that I prefer for (Star-gazing) pastime. Moreover, the scope... interfaces with Stellarium(OpenSource Planetarium Software) that renders realistic projection of the night-sky in real time. Do check out the web-version. This project ...
Here is another version of the Arduino Nano bot that is controlled using an RC controller, basically the pitch and roll on the RC controller is used to move, turn and control the speed of the bot. In the previous version of bot an ultrasonic sensor was used to control the movement of the bot, so that it does not crash into walls, and you can find the info at - Arduino Nano bot - using ultrasonic sensor .   Binding receiver to the transmitter If you bought a transmitter and receiver as o ...
Here is a simple robotics project to undertake with friends or folks at your local maker space. You will need a 3D printer handy to 3D print the STL files attached below, a couple of DC motors with wheels and zip ties to put everything neatly together. And for the electronics, you will need an Arduino Nano, a motor driver , ultrasonic sensor , breadboard and bread boarding wire.  There is enough space between the bottom and top 3D printed part to fit an Raspberry Pi , or Arduino Uno with a ...
Apologies, the wiring for this project was very simple so I forgot to create a schematic to show how the sensor is connected to the MicroView.  I've attached it below and I'll include a link to this post in my summary.   ...
Since I made my Nano Sense 33 BLE based data logger for a water powered rocket, and subsequent amendment to hand thrown 'rocket' I have been trying to get my head around what the data from the on-board accelerometers (x, y, z) is actually showing (Nano Rocket #1 : Hand Thrown with TTL Serial Communications  and Nano Rocket #2 : An Accelerating Truck ). There have been many helpful comments from members and I will be following some of the advice given (sorry, I forget who advised what, but t ...
I did some trial laser focus adjustments and have concluded that the setup that I have is adequate for my requirements.  I was concerned about the settling time from my initial observations but after evaluating some data I've decided that I probably won't achieve a substantially better result.  My initial goal for this project was to achieve a +/- 0.2 mm accuracy by using measurement averaging.  For my laser application somewhere between +/- 0.5 mm and +/- 1 mm is acceptable.  ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   The following post is a rough translation (using google translate) of a post written in Ukrainian.   The was done to make this project more accessible to more members of the community.   You can read the entire post in its enti ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Since it's almost the end of the Nanorama Challenge I needed to get my laser focus assembly cleaned up.  I'm reasonably satisfied with the hardware but will still need to do some tweaking of the focusing software algorithms.   I'm basic ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   This blog post will show you how you can use a FLYSKY RC controller with an Arduino. As part of this demo project I am using the RC controller to control a couple of servos, this concept can be used to control animatronic projects which need DC mo ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Things were moving along nicely.  My 3D prints were fitting together well.  My software was mostly working (I have a few features left to go).  And then crash!   The wheels came off the bus.   Backing up a bit, my PCBs ar ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   I think Nanorama initiative is a great idea, so I would really love to contribute, so this is a project I started to work on. Unfortunately, because of lockdown, I don’t have full access to my laboratory, but nothing can stop a maker (well, ...
NanoRama Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Nano Grand Prize bundle for the most innovative use of Arduino plus a $400 shopping cart! Submit an EntrySubmit an Entry  Back to homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   In my prior blogs, I shared the code that I used to generate a simple LCD menuing system (DMX diagnostic tool - Getting started ) and the actual DMX transmission and receive function.  Today I am sharing a bunch of new changes to the system, ...