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Mike Barela

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With the plethora of boards coming out, how do you work with connecting them up? Pin headers are wonderful, either for breadboard use or for stacking boards atop one another. This post helps you sort it all out.
With a new crop of Arduino compatible boards in "non-traditional" form factors, you may need to consider what type of header pins you want to use on the boards. Pin header is typically used for: Easier connection to a breadb...
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Assembling of 5500mW Laser Engraver.
This can carve Wood,plastic,bamboo,rubber,leather also cut paper...
Run by an Arduino Nano...
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a laser engraver with NO CASE against stray reflections and NO AIR VENT? 
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Boian Mitov

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And my 54th Instructable is done :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect MicroSD Card Module, and GPS Module to Arduino Nano and program it with Visuino to record the GPS data to a file
#Arduino #Visuino
MicroSD Cards are cheap and easy data storage medium, and they are very convenient for storing Arduino sensor data. There are also a number of cheap readily available MicroSD Card Modules for Arduino, and I already made Instructable on how to log Ultrasonic Ranger distance to MicroSD Card. I also made Instructable on how to display Location Information from GPS Module to LCD. Almost immediately somebody asked for for Instructable on logging GPS I...
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Boian Mitov

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And my 49th Instructable is ready :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect PCF8574/PCF8574A I2C GPIO to Arduino Nano to add 8 more Digital pins, and program it with Visuino
#Arduino #Visuino
No matter how many ports an Arduino board has, they never seem to be enough for the cool new project you have in mind ;-) . Luckily there is a solution. The Arduino has both I2C and SPI pins, and there are a number of I2C and SPI GPIO chips, and modules built with those chips. One of the cheapest and most widely used one is the PCF8574/PCF8574A. On the positive side it is widely available and there are ready cheap modules with it. The down side i...
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Boian Mitov

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Arduino sensor gas, smoke, ethanol, etc. with #Visuino
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Boian Mitov

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Teensy in action :-)
A 16-year-old student spent two years trying to invent a cost-efficient hearing device after getting the idea while visiting his grandfather in India.
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Boian Mitov

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This very special One Day Build is an international collaboration with the newest member of the Tested family! Simone Giertz is an amazing maker who builds mesmerizing robots. To build her latest machine, she chats with Adam from her home in Sweden to design a mechanism to deploy popcorn from a helmet. Adam builds some parts in the cave using his trusty vacuum-form machine!
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Boian Mitov

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Happy Arduino Day everyone!
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Hey can you check out my channel! It's about Arduino, electronics, and robotics. I have videos on the adafruit motor shield and the Arduino Uno.
Link: https://youtu.be/Qtc92xhTcBM
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Boian Mitov

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Visuino+Arduino+Hot Pepper= Growing Box
Hi, my last project is a Grow-Box made with Visuino Program.
In this project i want to pimp my old acquarium in a Growing Box for my plantation of Carolina Reaper.
Actually i have a home made humidifier with acquarium heater (see photo).....is pretty good but i want a better one!
For this project i use:

1 Arduino Mega 2560
2 relay shield
1 DHT11
1 20X4 I2C LCD Display
1 Potentiometer 10k
1 Heating mat
1 Little Fan 5Vcc
1 Power supply 9Vcc

You need also a little acquarium or something like that (the important thing is that it is properly closed).
I don't connect new heating mat (for temperature) and the fan (like air extractor to control humidity) but you can see the functionality of the project with relays and display.
I can set temperature in range 20C°-35C° (ideal for pepper is 28C°) with potentiometer and extract air if Humidity is over 50% (in the video i set humidity threshold at 35% for convenience)
I've shared my project on gdrive:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5tlYex_xGyFTHVRSmw0ZWo4dDQ/view?usp=sharing

and on tube too:

https://youtu.be/94MXmsyg_r8

Enjoy Carolina Reaper and Visuino! ;-D
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Ora è finalmente arrivato il momento di costruire il modulo con 7 LED per #arduino UNO R3. Basta seguire il breve tutorial (DIY).
http://aspettandoilbus.blogspot.com/2016/02/costruiamo-il-modulo-con-7-led-per.html
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Ciao e ben ritrovato sul Blog Aspettando il bus. Oggi costruiremo il modulo con 7 LED per Arduino UNO R3 che ho già presentato in un precedente articolo. La sua costruzione non è adatta ad un neofita delle saldature perché l...
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Boian Mitov

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And my 56th Instructable is ready :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect I2C SSD1306 OLED Display to Arduino Nano, add programm it with Visuino to print the values of an Analog Pin
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OLED Displays are some of the coolest and most advanced modules that you can use in your Arduino project. They come in small form factor, and have very low power consumption while delivering bright vivid colors. Some of the cheapest and commonly available are the SSD1306 I2C and SPI OLED Modules. The I2C version needs only 2 control wires for the I2C, and this makes it perfect for Arduino projects leaving plenty of other pins available for other ...
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John Shovic

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Advanced Usage Manual Released for #WeatherPlus #weather board and the #OurWeather weather kit using the Arduino IDE. Exposes the #REST interface. #arduino #ESP8266 #raspberrypi http://www.switchdoc.com/2016/05/ourweather-weatherplus-advanced-usage-manual-published/ Source Code Included.
The advanced usage manual for the OurWeather Weather Kit and the WeatherPlus board has been published. The REST interface is detailed.
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As fast as the Internet of Things (IoT) has products hitting the shelf, product designers need all the help they can get—but they need it from reliable, complete and supported sources. They’re getting it via today’s development kits that are far more advanced than those put out just a few years ago.
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John Shovic

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This is the release of a highly reliable AM2315 ESP8266 driver using the Arduino IDE. It fixes all known issues.
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Frank Lima

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Just finished wrapping up a fun side project.  I created a pong machine called the 'LimaTek 1'.  Crafted with wood from the ground up, uses an ATmega328, all hand soldered and up to two controllers with a DB9 interface.

Took it into work the following day and folks loved it!

I'm thinking about turning this Pong Machine into a kit for hobbiests, students and teachers, to build for fun and to learn.  What do you think?
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I would DEFINITELY do it like that for a kit, that's awesome! totally a good way to go. I don't know too much about it, but you may want to look into how to keep your supply up against demand.. you know? always good to stay one step ahead!
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Hello my name is Carlos and I recently started documenting my evening projects. I've always been inspired by the MAKE community and I'd be really happy if you could give me some feedback.
Love the the MAKE Forum, it's full of cool projects.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcDjMNs5ljI
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+Philippe Lefranc I think so too !! 
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