Take photos on a Windows Phone and display them on a matrix of 48x48 RGB LEDs, using the Windows Remote Arduino library.
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A version of the RC Car that uses Remote Arduino to allow a Windows device to control the motors without using an external motor shield.
Project tutorial by 4 developers
A Bluetooth-enabled RC Car that uses Remote Arduino to allow another Windows device to control it.
Project tutorial by Team Windows IoT
Turn an LED on and off using Windows Remote Arduino.
Project tutorial by Windows IoT
Create Windows Universal Apps to control your Arduino Yun over WiFi with Windows Remote Arduino
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IKEA PS 2014 Pendant Lamp Modification
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How does that motor shield work? Do the pins accept PWM? If so, set the pins to PinMode::PWM and use analogWrite() like an Arduino sketch.
If the shield isn't so simple and requires a library, you need to use sysex commands. Refer to the advanced documentation here: https://github.com/ms-iot/remote-wiring/blob/develop/advanced.md
Are these UnhandledExceptions? Does your app crash? I haven't seen those myself, but if they are handled, it could be signs that something is behaving a bit odd but not causing a fatal error in the program. If you are getting DeviceReady, it means that not only are you successfully connecting (IStream::ConnectionReady has fired) but also that an exchange of data (handshake) has successfully completed between the device and the library.
make sure you're using the USB capabilities in the manifest as listed at the bottom of this page:
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