We're learning how to "hack" a bluetooth toy car by building a custom remote for it. using arduino and a gyroscope.
Project tutorial by danionescu
We're going to learn how to automate electric shades (the ones that work with DC motors and are controlled by inversing polarity).
So the big aim here is obviously to predict the rain in the future. We'll build a system that does just that from scratch!
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.
Yes i'll try to help. I'll ask you some questions to figure out the best way to help :)
- what is your car model ?
- does it have an Android application?
- do you want to control it with a raspberry pi?
- how would you like to control it ? examples: mouse, gyroscope, voice commands etc
And sorry for the late response but i'm not receiving my notifications over email, i'll try changing my email address.
Hello, you're not being harsh thanks for your feedback! You're right with the joystick modules, i'll adapt the sketch to work with a joystick too!
I've wanted to explain the "hacking" concept of a android -> bluetooth with the reverse engineer stuff.
But you're right i should have added a joystick option, thanks!
Hmm, the router is a bit far i don't know if it will work, maybe with an external antena. And the Sony Spresense seems great but it's much more expensive than the ESP32-CAM which is under 10$.
If you try the Sony consider writing a tutorial ;)
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