I will show you how to link your PocketCHIP to an Arduino using a HC-05 Bluetooth module.
by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Basic and useful 4x4 T9 keypad, to text message.
by vicente zavala
This is a very basic tutorial that shows just one of many combinations you can make with circuito.io.
by circuito.io team
H3LIS331DL is a low-power high performance 3-axis linear accelerometer belonging to the “nano” family with digital I²C serial interface.
by Dcube Tech Ventures
Teaches you how to use the temperature sensor in the Arduino Grove Starter Kit.
Calculating Pi number by using John Wallis series!!
by Mahdi Hajebi
Demo of I2C serial coms between the PSoC Analog Coprocessor Pioneer Kit as master and an Arduino UNO as slave.
by Steven Bell
It's an elevator with automatic doors. The code has two FSM, one for the motor that makes it go up and down and one for the automatic door.
A small demonstration of the use of a web service and a data capture circuit via sensors.
Do you need a smaller board than Arduino Nano or Micro? I show you my experiment to make a minimal development board with SMD components.
by Vincenzo G.
This project uses Virtual Shield for Arduino.
by Super Kid
Arduino ASCII Driver (library) for 3641 (four 7-segments) driven by 595 shift registers.
by Team SoSimple
With the help of Firmata, the Arduino or Particle devices control from the PC.
by Ingo Lohs
Printing PLA often requires proper cooling. Improve your Materia 101 fan system with a bigger fan and a fan duct design.
Arduino boards don't have analog outputs. But they do have a function called analogWrite. So what is it doing there?
by 3 developers
How to go from theory to a practical working prototype.
by Marc De Loor
Access GPIO of Arduino from RPi using Firmata & JAVA over USB (Serial).
Using a BPI NB-IoT development board together with Arduino.
by banana pi
What is backlash? What are the causes and symptoms of it? How do we compensate for it?
Show simple way to generate high voltages with Arduino and an example (flash-tube) how to use it
Datasheets are instruction manuals for electronic components. They explain exactly what a component does and how to use it.
Educational toy project to show how to write a simple object oriented state machine with your own class hierarchy.
The PTHAT has been designed primarily to fit and work with the Raspberry Pi, it can also be used with other MCUs such as the Arduino boards.
by Team CNC Design
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