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Not ready to l'eggo of LEGO? You'll love this +Arduino-powered drawing machine: http://bit.ly/U9tRqR  

#Atmel   #Arduino   #Makers   #MakerMovement   #DIY   #LEGO  
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Ok, so after a little work and copy and paste from my other blink codes was able to get the blink aviation style, let me know what you think like and sub my plus & youtube channel would be appreciated. I will be putting out more content of all difficultty/knowlege levels.
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I'm trying to build a simple circuit allowing me to play two separate audio sources out of one speaker. My first issue was that each audio source was getting split, half the signal going to the speaker, the other half going to the other audio source, resulting in a weak, buzzy sound. I tried adding some diodes thinking it would keep the signal from getting split and going away from the speaker, however I now get no audio going to the speaker at all. I don't know if what I want to do is even possible, but if anyone has any ideas or solutions, I'd love your advise!
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You can use a resistor on each audio line. Once the signal gets through the resistor, it can go to the speaker (without resistance) or to the other audio input (with resistance). The audio will allways go the way of the least resistance, therefor to the speaker.

This is probably not the correct way of doing it, but it should work and is cheap and simple.
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Imagine if plants could breathe and react to human touch: http://bit.ly/1waaD0y  

#Atmel   #Arduino   #BreathingPlant   #Makers   #DIY  (via +Arduino)
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So it's been fun messing around with my #arduino  and doing these #ledlighting  projects.  I will eventually apply this knowledge to light up my living room and xboxone cooling DIY projects.
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Jose Raspberry

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ICStation team has designed the first 4 OLED Display Screen Module SPI IIC I2C in weeks. More OLED module with different size will be online later. Let's stay tuned.
http://www.icstation.com/index.php?cPath=208_209_259
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45 hours to go
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Many thanks just 2 hours to go
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Bryan DeLuca

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Oh +LyzByth Hillery you're going to feel very silly when you read a little about Limor Fried. If you ever meet her you'll find she's anything but unsure. Her tech/nerdy appeal isn't from he glasses but the wealth of work she's produced. 
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Atmel

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Cloud is a smart lamp that brings a thunderstorm inside your house: http://bit.ly/1pXQbCy 

#Atmel   #Cloud   #Arduino   #Makers   #SmartLamp  
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Why? Cause it's super cool looking and fun! Sure it would be difficult to clean though.
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A place for the maker community to gather and discuss everything from the nuts and bolts of making to project inspirations and far loftier aspirations.
 
#BeagleSNES  is my port of the SNES9X Super Nintendo emulator to the BeagleBoard-xM and BeagleBone Black ARM SBCs.  My goal is to turn these boards into a stand-alone appliance/console, so there is quite a bit more to it than just the emulator itself.  While the RPi has its share of emulators, the extra processing power of the BBB target really brings some of the old SNES games to life in a way that the RPi can't manage.  

I've been developing this software for over a year now, and the latest version has added in GPIO input support on the BBB target so that you can use the BeagleSNES to develop your own handheld game consoles or custom controllers. The prebuilt images of BeagleSNES are 4GB images that can be copied onto a microSD card.  Flash the prebuilt image to the microSD and you're ready to get started.  Source code for the bootloader, kernel, and emulator/GUI are all available for download, and there is also a (pretty detailed) manual that describes how to set the system up and how all the parts and pieces of it work.
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Mechatronics design project!! My partner and I modified a child's push button toy from target to be driven with a bluetooth signal from a playstation 3 controller.  Arduino Uno powered.  First post here, love the community so far! #arduino   #bluetooth  
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3D Print a hand drawing a hand. It's a great symbol to put on your tablet cover, back of your phone or a magnet for the refrigerator.
Get this 3D printer design.
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Recycled plastic bottle lamp
Make one. Uses just 45 bottles. Instructions at +Recyclart !
http://www.recyclart.org/2014/07/lamp-made-recycled-plastic-bottles/

#diy #crafts #recycle #upcycle #repurpose #reuse  
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Great :-)
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anyone have any tips for bridging???
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I recently got a 3d printer and I am having trouble calibrating it and all of my prints have either come out splotchy or don't come out at all. Can anybody give me a hand with this??
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If it's a rep-rap type of printer and your able to update the firmware on the IC chip. This Wiki has been useful for me http://reprap.org/wiki/Triffid_Hunter%27s_Calibration_Guide
This page has links to calibration objects that can help you.
http://reprap.org/wiki/Calibration

Also saying "splotchy" means to me. Is the problem that the Z height too low or the extruder blocked or slipping.
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DIY Macrame Bracelets - Waves with Beads
#DIY #Macrame #Bracelet #Waves #Beads
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Makeblock at Maker Faire Hannover with our friends from +EXP Tech , thank you for invitation.
 
Our booth on Maker Faire Hannover with our friends from +Makeblock , +SeeedStudio and +relayr 
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This is a super easy poor man's shelving/organization system we've made several times for ourselves as well as family and friends' shops, craft rooms, and pantries. Great way to use up wood scraps or or otherwise useless twisted old lumber if you don't have fancy tools. The bins are just those containers that lunch meat comes in. They work well because you can also stack them with the lids off to save space if the shelves are getting full. #shelvingideas #upcycle #scrapwood #organization  
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Nice, will make use of my pallet collection!
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Rick Osgood

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This week I made my own inexpensive and lightweight tent footprint for camping! DIY Inexpensive and Lightweight Tent Footprint
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