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434 MHz Remote Outlet Sniffing

Project tutorial by Garrett Bartley

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Spark (3.3v) to Arduino (5v) Serial Communication

Project tutorial by Garrett Bartley

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Mapping Household Temperature Flow with Cheap Sensors

Project in progress by Andrew Jawitz

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Making a Wooden LED Clock

Project tutorial by Andrew Jones

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Arduino Menu on a Nokia 5110 Lcd Using a Rotary Encoder

Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris

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  • Making a Wooden LED Clock about 2 years ago

    It looks like the breakout board has some solder pads on it that you can bridge to change the I2C address. You should be able to use 3 of the matrices on a single Arduino.

    There are also some ICs that allow you to use multiple I2C busses and switch between them, but I don't remember what they are called off the top of my head.

  • Making a Wooden LED Clock about 2 years ago

    Very nice! The aluminum really adds a touch of class.

    I tried my hand at a similar clock but using veneer instead of drilling holes. It didn't go so well using natural woods (oak, walnut, and cherry mostly -- I like the darker stuff). I hand sanded thin strips off the bandsaw thinner than a sheet of paper, but they still didn't allow much light through (from a 7-segment LED display) and/or were blotchy.

    Great project and video. Also respect the inclusion of a Paul Sellers video! You earned a follow on Hackster and a sub on YouTube. Looks like you've got plenty of content to keep me busy watching for a while. Keep up the good work!

  • MicroView Digital Dice over 2 years ago

    Nice! I don't know why I never thought of that use before. It's a great little screen and microcontroller but a bit limited by lack of SPI and the ability to easily communicate with the outside world. Might be fun to add different dice types (d4, d20, etc) for other games. I wonder if the MicroView can run off of a joule thief to make it more portable with only one battery. Thanks for sharing and giving me inspiration!

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