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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
#Arduino #Visuino
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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Andreas Dunker

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It’s me again – Daniel MakerBear. Last weekend from May 27 to May 29, 2016 the MakerFaire Hannover 2016 took place. And of course I accompanied Daniel LeMath and the Arduino Group Hanno…
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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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We'll be going to the Maker Faire Paris this weekend with +Intel!  Anyone else? http://bit.ly/1qONXHk #MFP16  
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The #MakerFaireUK  is this weekend! And our PIK3A Retro Gaming Table will be there on our friend's stand from +CPC! See our project here: http://bit.ly/1SbL7XH  More event info: http://bit.ly/1SseF4X
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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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Chris Larsen

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I made this little boost circuit for projects and I thought others might like to see it.  You can build your own with files at the link.
This tiny board allows you to bring the power to your project, and not the other way around. Bring your micro to the sensor without running wires! A single AA battery is used to provide breadboard power of 5V or 3.3V (or other voltages by tuning the feedback resistors). A boost regulator provides the voltage. BooSTick is up for sale on Kickstarter! <a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1710326172/boostick-small-aa-voltage-booster" ...
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The Kickstarter made the goal.  They'll ship in June!
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Boian Mitov

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This x-y plotter uses coffee drips — each carefully calibrated for size and height — to create these portraits.
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Paolo PerCdS

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Come migliorare il foglio di calcolo per controllare 19 LED con #Arduino UNO R3 personalizzando sia i giochi dei led che la loro velocità con un potenziometro?  Per maggiori dettagli http://aspettandoilbus.blogspot.it/2016/02/modulo-con-7-led-da-collegare-ad.html
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Ciao e ben ritrovato sul Blog Aspettando il Bus. Un lettore mi ha chiesto un piccolo aiuto per aumentare il numero dei LED che vengono accesi da Arduino UNO R3 e portarli a 19, mantenendo il controllo di velocità ed il fogli...
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Jesse Alexander

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My project, "#HamRadio: When all else fails!" Was selected for the #NationalMakerFaire held 18-19 June. Interested? Message me. https://sites.google.com/site/ecsmesh/
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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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MCM Electronics

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Join us at the 11th Annual Bay Area Maker's Faire! We will have plenty of Raspberry Pi Boards, Kits & Accessories on hand, plus you can enter to win an Ultimaker 3D Printer!
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Yuko Asahara

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From Make: Japan // Call for Makers in  #MakerFaireTokyo2016  Application will close May 9, 1:00pm (JST). Looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo! http://makezine.jp/event/mft2016/en/
Maker Faire Tokyo August 6 & 7, 2016 at the Tokyo Big Sight! Explore the 2016 Tokyo Makers & Projects.
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I bet this would be Amazing! 
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Michael Pechner

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Earn your ham radio license at the Makers Faire check http://mfhamtest.com for details No morse code anymore.
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Boian Mitov

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Martin Molin has come up with an innovative way to create music in the form of a programmable machine that uses marbles to create his melodies,
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Matt Young

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http://www.coroflot.com/jobs/70500/Medical-Makerspace-Lead-at-Americas-First-Hospital-MakerHealth-Space  
Want to lead the country's first Medical Makerspace? Join University of Texas Medical Branch and MakerNurse as their Medical MakerSpace Lead in Galveston, TX - MAR 2

UTMB and MakerNurse launched the first ever medical makerspace in a hospital last fall. We are seeking amazing individuals that will help lead our MakerHealth Space. You will lead design and prototyping activities around health making and support frontline staff in development of medical technology. You look at the world through the lens of prototyping and are excited to share that vision with others.
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Boian Mitov

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And my 39th Instructable is ready :-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to connect DS1307 Real Time Clock(RTC) to Arduino, and program it all with Visuino
#Arduino #Visuino
DS1307 Real Time Clock are widely available low cost I2C RTC modules. They come with a clock and a small battery, and when connected to Arduino, can keep track of real time even when the Arduino board is not powered.In this Instructable, I will show you how easy it is to connect DS1307 I2C RTC Module to Arduino, and read the time from it with Visuino. I will use the Tiny RTC Module that I have, but it should be very much the same with any other D...
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