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John Shovic

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New Grove I2C Mux Kickstarter fully funded. This is a 4 channel I2C Mux with Grove Connectors and Status LEDs.
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John Shovic

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‪#‎esp8266‬ ‪#‎arduino‬ ide drivers released for ‪#‎am2315‬ encased temp/hum sensor. http://bit.ly/1UwNIts
ESP8266 drivers for the AM2315 Temperature/Humdity sensor have been released to github.
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Servo Controller reverse engineered - and it works!
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Ah, got it using email notification with link and opening in Safari. Must be a Google+ problem...should have assumed this first. Sorry, and thanks!
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Control speed, direction, and enable dynamic braking / coasting with an Arduino H Bridge Motor Controller. This is the foundation for our future wireless DCC Model Railroad Controllers. http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com/2015/12/sn754410-h-bridge-motor-controller.html
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No spam.On topic instructional tutorial.
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Arduino is happy to present to you Initial State, an Internet of Things (IoT) data analytics and visualization company and their Arduino tutorials. He...
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The Maker's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Defend Your Base with Simple Circuits, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi - http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-makers-guide-to-zombie-apocalypse.html
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The kindle is not a good format for these kinds of books anyway.
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This is an ESP8266 based Weather Station.It uses the forecast.io API to retrieve localized weather information and display on a 128x64 OLED display.

The original project was made by Dani Eichhorn. You can see it on his blog 
http://blog.squix.ch/2015/06/esp8266-weather-station-v2-code.html
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Angelo Casimiro built a life-sized BB8 Droid
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All - A friend's company is looking for a maker who could create an arm that will tap a phone on a NFC terminal and tap a few keys on the terminal as part of a testing process. Just needs to work - no need to be pretty. Here is a complete description. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pw57YUwTHza5xWeKszBsfyBYKKdRum4Z7PhN_ZHtOrI/edit?usp=sharing

Anyone interested?
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Tap_Pay_Robot_Prototype_RFP“Tap & Pay” Robotic Arm Prototype Background We (http://3qilabs.com) are a Mobile Test Automation startup currently supporting automated functional testing of Mobile Android & iOS applications. For one of our (banking) customers, we’re currently supporting basic functional testing (e.g. Chec...
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Advanced development tools provide Arduino users with new capabilities and cross-vendor support.
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I've always enjoyed watching those Youtube videos where someone has sequenced all their Christmas lights to music. Some are very elaborate. I wonder, what could I do with a Arduino and a SainSmart 8 relay board? I found a project on Instructables where a guy built his own relay board.
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Updated my I2C LCD project with input buttons - http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-I2C-LCD-Display-With-Inputs/
The typical parallel LCD used with an Arduino (16x2 or 20x4) has 16 pins. Only 6 I/O pins are required on the Arduino, but what if you could get that down to two I/O pins, and still have those pins available for other devices? The I2C interface is on pins A4 and A5 of the Arduino. These are addressable, and are therefore shareable with other I2C devices that have different addresses. Now, you can buy I2C LCD's, and you can even find I2C LCD's wit...
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Kevin Chen

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If you want to see the complete tutorial, please visit IR Repeater Tutorial Part 1 first. Test out everything on the proton board: It's always a good practice to test out the wiring before solder components together. ...
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Kevin Chen

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Goal: To share a Set Top Box in living room with Bedroom TV using the same Remote Control. Preface: Recently, I subscribed a VOD (Video On Demand) service that came with a Set Top Box in the living room. However, I wou...
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It's a single trace. the vertical axis is auto labeled from the values of the data, the horizontal axis is based on the delay in your loop, and is not labeled. Put a 1 second delay in your loop, and readings will be plotted by the second. Floats plot just fine.
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