Teaches you how to use the sound sensor in the Arduino Grove starter kit.
Teaches you how to use the buzzer in the Arduino Grove starter kit.
Teaches you how to use the light sensor in the Arduino Grove Starter Kit.
Make a power meter for 5v circuits using material from the Arduino Starter Kit
Project tutorial by MicroBob
How to use a Servo.
An open source VR headset that you can build yourself for $100.
Project showcase by Relativty
How to Set up a MASTER-SLAVE connection between two Arduinos using I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) protocol.
This project uses the grove rgb lcd library so for this code (without alteration) you would need an i2c rgb lcd (preferably the one from grove). However, you could use any screen with a slight alteration to all of the lcd.____ lines.
For the code that I have here the servo goes to the degree (not forward a the number of degrees) so to make it go backwards it needs to be at a degree that is higher than the degree it goes to. i.e. If the servo is at 90deg servo.write(80) will make it go to 80deg and therefore backwards 10deg. If you want to control the motor by telling it to go forward/backward a certain number of degrees you can make a variable that stores the current position of the motor and add/subtract a number from that. i.e.
int position = 0
^that will bring the motor to 30deg and change the position variable with it. Then...
^that will bring the servo back 20deg which is actually 10deg.
It is there (right above the credits), but for some reason it's not showing up. It should work to copy or download it though.
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