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  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 2 years ago

    You can mail me here janakrajpoojari@gmail.com
    Sorry I don't have any video but you can refer YouTube.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 2 years ago

    There should be third party apps on the store. You just need to change the values that the app sends to the HC05 as command for different functions. Those values can be found in app discription. If not use the serial monitor.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 2 years ago

    Yes you can

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 2 years ago

    Hey sorry for late response. I was bussy with my placement and stuff.
    I hope you built the system you needed. If not then you can do this:
    1. If you want to controll the servo with the Nikon app, you first need you get the values the app sends to the camera for different actions.
    2. Try connecting the app to the HC05 and then write the values recieved on the console. Then give command for various actions from the app. In this way you will get values corresponding to the action.
    3. Now to simply need to map these values to desired action for your project. I.e. servo moments.
    As far as I understood your need, i think this will do the job.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 2 years ago

    It's a n app named Arduino BlueControl

  • Working with 2 Arduinos almost 3 years ago

    I think he is trying to show us that we can use pwm signals and gnd from two different Arduinos. For this circuit it would work for both LEDs together or for none. Single Led cannot be controlled unless both Arduinos share common ground. This can be used for asynchronous applications but at the end it is no different than using two separate Arduinos.😂

  • Private Real-time Weather Station almost 3 years ago

    Hey!
    https://github.com/FirebaseExtended/firebase-arduino
    This is the link to the GitHub repo. Download this repository. you will find FirebaseArduino.h in the SRC folder. Copy and Paste the file in Arduino/Libraries.
    Best of Luck!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car almost 3 years ago

    There isn't a video on wiring. If you are not able to understand the wiring on breadboard then just follow the color of the wires. For eg. The green wire with breakage in the schematic can be considered as one wire. This should help.
    Best of luck!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car almost 3 years ago

    I think you might not have downloaded the required libraries.
    https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-Motor-Shield-library
    Click on this link and download the libraries. Copy and Paste it in Arduino/Libraries on your device. This should work!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car almost 3 years ago

    I initially planned to use a rechargeable battery system but I would have made this tutorial a bit complex. But it can be done. Thankyou.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car almost 3 years ago

    If you are talking about a two wheeler like bike or scooter then this design cannot be used because they use a steering to steer left or right and it that case you have to use a single motor to drive the back wheels.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    You can ask questions over here anytime. It may take a while but I will respond ;)

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    If you are new to Arduino then don't directly jump on to these projects. First, try uploading and understanding the basic code and its wiring. It will be very helpful to get things clear. Once you are done with this then write your own code. I learned in this way and trust me it's not complicated as it looks.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    @56Triker
    Were you able to get this working?
    I would happy to know about the same and if you have any suggestions on what should I build next please let me know. Thanx!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    You can download the code and schematics from the project directly. If you want to teach this to your students then I recommend you to create your own explanation of the same as that would be the best to get interactive with your students else ctrl+c
    and ctrl+v will work fine :p
    If you got any doubt regarding the project or any other topic just leave a comment. I would try my level best to help.
    Best of luck!!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    Connect tx of Bluetooth module to pin 10 of Arduino and rx of Bluetooth module to pin 11. I had mentioned this in the code. I'm little busy with my university exams but I will update it very soon.
    Sorry for the inconvenience!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    I made some changes in the code. Try this with the new code. I hope it will work.
    Best of luck and Merry Christmas to you too!!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    Hey! I made the changes in the code. Thank you for pointing out. Hope now it works fine!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 3 years ago

    If you know basics of c / c++ then it won't be a difficult task for you. If not, then first start with basics of c language (basic structure, conditional statements, loops, functions etc). Just keep working mate and you will get through. Also, once you are done with above mentioned things start using different libraries to understand better. Best of luck!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 3 years ago

    The app that is used is a third party app (i mentioned it in the story). I have worked with MIT Appinventor before and it's very easy to use. Voice control is amazing but sometimes the response time is very large so I prefer manual control but its definitely worth a try!

  • Bluetooth Controlled Servo about 3 years ago

    Yes, it will work.
    The difference between HC05 and HC06 is that HC05 can be used in both master and slave mode whereas HC06 can be used only as a slave. In this project, we are using just 1 module so it won't matter if you use HC05 or HC06.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Car about 3 years ago

    YES YOU CAN
    The code remains the same. Just use a 9v battery to power it up instead of a 12v battery.

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