This interesting project will cover all things required for the ultimate goal of building a mobile remote surveillance camera.
Project tutorial by danionescu
In this project, we'll combine a gyroscope and NeoPixels to build a device that lights LEDs corresponding to the angle of inclination.
In this tutorial, we're going to get your plain old RC to be controlled by Android and give it some extra features!
Project showcase by danionescu
Open source is love, and so are hugs!
Project tutorial by Team Arduino
This is a beginner project in which we'll be lighting fireworks using
a Bluetooth enabled phone.
In this tutorial we'll try to analyze how alarm systems signals might be sniffed and cloned using a cheap Arduino and some RF modules.
In my country there is a saying: "Locks are for honest people". What it does mean it's that any system can be compromised given enough time, if a thief it's determined enough it will break in. :)
I've build a bit of debugging code on my sketch. There are four variables that get printed: angle, light led, y and z axys. While you move the gyroscope do the variables change? Which ones change and how? The ll variable (light led) should indicate which led number should light
Yes you can they are compatible. But arduino Nano has a bit more pins, so you need to adapt the PCB accordingly, you can check out the pinout here: http://pighixxx.tumblr.com/post/42591353009/arduino-nano-pinout
You will also won't need the "Arduino FTDI adaptor" you can program it directly through the USB port!
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