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  • Make an Arduino Memory Game 7 days ago

    Hi Peter,
    Awesome idea!
    I went though both your instructables on the mini. I love the way you managed to squeeze all the wiring and the NodeMCU inside the little car so neatly. That's amazing work.
    I'm adding the link to your instructable at the bottom of my project so more people can see it!

  • Ugly Bug 16 days ago

    Hi Natha,
    You would have to rewrite the entire program :)
    You'd have to first initialize you IR receiver in the 'setup' function. Then add the code to handle the IR commands in the 'loop' function.
    You could re-use the content of the 'loop' function for the forward motion function but would need additional functions for stopping, turning and reversing.

  • Make an Arduino Memory Game about 2 months ago

    Hi Gregory, you probably can. I don't have one of those so I can't test but according to this "https://arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/49119/arduino-uno-r3-to-wemos-d1-r2-project-migration-pinout-problems" you can just select the pins you want on your WEMOS and modify the code according to this.
    You only need to change
    byte soundPin = 5;
    byte pins[] = {2, 13, 10, 8};
    to use the pins you selected on your board.

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