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Arduino Day SA Is Coming This April

Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino’s birthday. It’s a 24 hours-long event organized directly by the community, or by the Arduino team – where people interested in Arduino get together, share their experiences and learn more. All Arduino user groups, makerspaces, hackerspaces, fablabs, associations, teachers, pros and newbies are welcome to participate. Arduino Day SA is brought to you by the Maker Library Network through Geekulcha in collaboration

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House4Hack Maker Academy

H4H Academy courses are presented by volunteers who are experts in their respective fields. All profits are reinvested to improve the makerspace and tooling. House4Hack is an initiative to bring together technology specialists and entrepreneurs in an informal setting. The courses are a good introduction to the house. The setting is a 400 m² house in Lyttleton Manor in Centurion equipped with various prototyping tools and facilities. The maker space

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Arduino Powered Shotbot

This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot. Using two RobotGeek Pumping stations and some quick code to create a dual shot pouring robot. This project uses buttons to trigger the pouring as a basic example, but the buttons could be replaced with more advanced sensors, such as switches, light sensors, or IR sensors. You can follow

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New E-books Uploaded Feb 2016

Hey guys we have uploaded two new awesome e-books for you Evil Geniuses out there. 30 Arduino Projects and Android + Arduino Projects can be found here.  

World’s First $15 Single Board 64bit Computer

The PINE64 is an open source platform from both hardware to software. It’s a versatile single board computer capable of running today’s most advanced 64 bit version of Android and Linux. Use the PINE64 to build your next computer, tablet, gaming device, media player, and just almost anything you can think of. The ARM 64-bit processor significantly increases performance over its 32-bit counterpart. Besides the performance increase, the 64-bit processor is more power

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Complete Motor guide for Robotics

Robot is an electromechanical device which is capable of reacting in some way to its environment, and take autonomous decisions or actions in order to achieve a specific task. Roboticists develop man-made mechanical devices that can move by themselves, whose motion must be modeled, planned, sensed, actuated and controlled, and whose motion behavior can be influenced by “programming”. This definition implies that a device can only be called a “robot” if

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DIY Arduino IoT Weather Clock

Another great instructable by Toglefritz Today we will create a web-connected, Arduino-powered clock/weather station. Our clock will be much more powerful than any available from retail:     We will have an attractive clock that is easy to read and fully customizable. We will get accurate temperature and humidity readings for inside the house. We can use multiple sensors placed around the house to get readings from as many rooms as we

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DIY Arduino Solar Charge Controller

DIY Arduino based MPPT solar charger controller. via electroniclovers   what is Mppt( Maximum power point tracking) ? “we use MPPT algorithm to get the maximum available power from the Photovoltaic module under certain conditions” How MPPT works  ? Why 150W solar panel does not equal to 150 w? For example you bought a new solar panel from the market which puts out 7 amps. under charge the setting of a battery is configured

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DIY Magnetic Suspension Controled with Arduino

This Magnetic Suspension Demo System is a device that can suspend an object by magnetic force. A set of parameters to maintain an object in steady suspension state can be obtained via PID algorithm.     Step 1: Hardware                               Step 2: Hardware Preparation a.Selection of Windings The windings for this test are sourced ready-made from

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Arduino Coding Level 1 Workshop 27 October

To get the most out of Arduino, you have to understand the flow of a program’s code. Think of it as structuring and formatting an essay, but the essay interacts with the world and does cool stuff! Join Curiosity Campus and instructor Richard Gurwitz for this special session and you will learn about: Flow Diagrams Basic Operators and arithmetic If Statements While Loops Do While loops For loops The difference between Local vs Global

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