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Paolo PerCdS

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Lo costruisco o lo compro già fatto?
Questo è il dilemma ! Tu cosa ne pensi?
http://aspettandoilbus.blogspot.com/2015/07/fai-da-te-o-made-in-china.html
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Ciao e ben ritrovato sul blog Aspettando il bus. Mentre ero alla solita fermata del bus per continuare il discorso dei piccoli alimentatori e mi preparavo a realizzare uno schema switching con l'integrato LM2596 pensavo: vale...
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Boian Mitov

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An Arduino UNO and a Seeed Studios Touschscreen LCD were used to create an Enigma Machine Simulator. The initial inspiration to create this was the Franklin Heath Enigma Simulator for Android. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.franklinheath.enigmasim and D. Rijmenants Enigma Simulator v7.0 http://users.telenet.be/d.rijmenants/en/enigmasim.htm This project uses the three screen solution for configuring the enigma machine witho...
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Paolo PerCdS

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Un piccolo #regolatore  a 3,3 volt da 1,5 Ampere per alimentare tutti i piccoli circuiti che funzionano con questa tensione.
http://aspettandoilbus.blogspot.it/2015/06/un-piccolo-regolatore-da-33-volt-e-15.html
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Ciao e ben ritrovato sul blog "Aspettando il bus". Oggi approfitto di alcune email ricevute, che riguardavano l'uso del nunchuk con Arduino UNO R3, per parlare dei circuiti alimentati a 3,3 volt. In rete si trovano molti esem...
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Nostalgic to me, It would be something I'd do, by going through my stock (about half of which is ancient, half recent).
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Makeblock

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mBot blue just wants to calm down after a quarrel with mBot pink. Leave me alone, i just want to follow the line, he said. #mbot     #stem  #educational_robot 
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Joe Hanson

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How to build a realtime weather station that collects and publishes climate data to a realtime dashboard.

Board by Intel Edison, powered by Cylon.js, freeboardio, and PubNub.

Code/tutorial: http://ow.ly/O8sZi
We absolutely love when developers harness the realtime capabilities of the PubNub API and extend it to the Internet...
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Alvin Chin

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I saw four of these today.
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They're human powered & look like cupcakes.
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Steve Spence

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The Arduino IR Remote controlled mood lamp. Too much fun with RGB LED's and ping pong balls - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiVJqIZICbk
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Steve Spence

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Video: This data logger monitors a solar or wind off -grid power system. A current shunt and voltage divider monitors the voltage and current of the system. This data is displayed on the LCD and written to the SD card along with time / date stamping from the real time clock module. A Screw prototyping shield enables easy access to pins for connecting additional sensors like temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction and rain gauges. Additional information including the web based charting and graphing module is available
http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com/2015/04/solar-wind-data-logger-video.html
This data logger monitors a solar or wind off -grid power system. A current shunt and voltage divider monitors the voltage and current of the system. This data is displayed on the LCD and written to the SD card along with time / date stamping from the real time clock module.
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Andreas Dunker

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some unsorted impressions of MakerFaire Hannover 2015 on the booth of the Arduino Group Hannover.
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Sara Yang

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Don't miss the last chance to get the affordable educational robot for each kid. Only 27 hour left, Please share +Makeblock  mBot with your students, your families, your friends. You will get a free gift if you help us achieve the stretch goals!!! Thanks so so so much.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1818505613/mbot-49-educational-robot-for-each-kid
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Steve Spence

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Still the most important Arduino book. A good background on why things move, and how to make it happen! I have it in both Kindle and print versions. Refer to it often when sizing a servo or other mechanism. http://tinyurl.com/n83euck
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Steve Spence

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Since earthquakes are in the news recently: We needed a method of detecting vibration in equipment, so I whipped up a simple vibration detector. One day, when the equipment was off, I saw that the detector was registering quite a bit of movement, even though I could not feel anything. I heard later that there had been an earthquake a few hundred miles away. That's when I had the "a ha" moment and decided to make a Seismic detector.  - http://www.instructables.com/id/Earthquake-Vibration-Sensor/
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