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5 Posts authored by: dubbie
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 ...
Whilest pondering on the acceleration data obtained from the Nano 33 BLE Sense which I have incorporated into a hand thrown 'rocket' and wondering what mathematical manipulations to perform on it in order to obtain some understandable data, it occurred to me that I could perform a simpler experiment which might aid my understanding. I remembered from my A Level Physics classes using a paper tape ticker to measure velocity as a truck accelerated down a ramp, under the force of gravity. It seemed ...
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 original plan for my Nanorama project with the Nano 33 BLE Sense generously donated by Element14 was to fix the Nano Sense to the tip of a water powered rocket, fire it off into 'space' and capture all the data when the rocket returned to eart ...
Recently Element14 sent me a handful of green LEDs, 17 to be precise and I wanted to use these in some way in a project. At present the Photonics Project14 activity is taking place so I thought why not try to make something for that. After spending some time with my thinking cap on (or a cup of tea as we say in the UK) I decided that a grid array would be fun and as there are 17 LEDs this  naturally comes out as 4 x 4 with one spare (always good to have a spare). Of course I could just buy ...
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! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Happy Birthday Arduino and Arduino Nano. As my contribution to the Arduino Birthday Celebrations and Nanorama Day I decided to make a DC motor version of a one dimension ultrasonic mobile robot. This robot only moves in one direction: forwards! I have to pick it up to ...