Here you get your own very small AVR programmer board that you can put in your keychain.
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For someone who loves to shoot some random hobbyist videos, it’s somehow expensive to buy a motorized camera slider. So, I built my own.
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An open-source Arduino base remote controller (transmitter) with many customization options for robots and drones.
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Set up your Arduino and Raspberry Pi to control lighting and animation on an RGB LED strip from your smartphone or PC.
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Sure, that's a future development I can make. Thank you!
No problems at all. make sure that you properly set the voltage reference of the A4988 motor driver. the belt is properly tensioned.
Nope, it's right 😃 Tx(Nano)->Tx(ESP), Rx(Nano)->Rx(ESP). In that step only, we are sending AT commands from the PC to the ESP module directly through the Arduino nano board. In that case, We are not establishing serial communication between the nano and the esp but we send data directly from the PC to the ESP, that's why we are connecting Tx to Tx and Rx to Rx.
In the step(connecting the load), we are establishing serial communication between the nano and the esp. So, you will see that we are connecting Tx(Nano)->Rx(ESP), Rx(Nano)->Tx(ESP). That's the difference between establishing serial communication between the nano board and the esp module(Tx -> Rx), and sending data directly from the PC to the ESP(Tx -> Tx) actually it's like connecting Tx(ESP) -> Rx(PC), Rx(ESP) -> Tx(PC). I hope it is clear now.
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