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FreePBX – Open Source PBX Phone System

I just installed FreePBX, a linux based open source phone system at work (12 SIP trunks, 40 extensions), and thought, why not a home / small office unit based on a Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi can easily support 2 or more SIP trunks, and enough IP phones for the …

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Analyzing Arduino Sensor Data in a STEM high school classroom #Arduino

Wolfram Research is a computer, web and cloud software company. Educator Mathew Green shared the details of a new course his team has created that analyses Arduino data in the Wolfram community forums: My name is Matthew Green and I team-teach at Riverpoint Academy (RA) with Rick Biggerstaff. RA is …

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DIY Guide to Setting Up an LCD with Arduino

Driving an LCD Screen with an Arduino Purpose This tutorial describes how to use an Arduino to drive an LCD screen. Overview Arduinos are popular microcontroller boards and a common desired functionality is to use them to drive LCD screens, usually to relay information to the user. In this tutorial, …

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ESP Boards

Using oddball ESP boards with TASMOTA – Part III (MQTT)

Continuing with our series of articles on utilizing Theo Arends’ TASMOTA firmware on non-Sonoff boards and devices, in this article we’ll look at using MQTT to interact with the target. Feel free to skip over the next four paragraphs (between the horizontal delimiters) if you’re already familiar with the way …

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This 3D Printed Arduino-Based Hexapod Robot Can Bust a Move!

Check out the sick moves on this open-source, 3D-printable hexapod robot. Read more on MAKE The post This 3D Printed Arduino-Based Hexapod Robot Can Bust a Move! appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. Source: https://makezine.com/category/technology/arduino/ Read the original article: This 3D Printed Arduino-Based Hexapod Robot Can Bust …

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Levitate water drops with RGB LEDs and Arduino

Water normally falls from the sky to the ground, the time fountain from hacker isaac879 appears to work much differently. As shown in the video below, water droplets somehow levitate from a circular orange apparatus to a blue one on top. The trick here is that the water isn’t actually falling …

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Build an ESP8266 Web Server – Code and Schematics

This tutorial is a step-by-step guide that shows you how to build a standalone ESP8266 Web Server that controls two outputs (two LEDs). This ESP8266 Web Server is mobile responsive and it can be accessed with any device that as a browser in your local network. If you want to learn …

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Learning

Command Line Arduino library

Requirements Arduino IDE: http://www.arduino.cc  (v 1.8.0 or above) CmdLine library: https://github.com/IndustrialShields/arduino-CmdLine   Installation https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Libraries#toc4   Description Add a command line utility to the Arduino. You can type customizable commands to the Arduino board through a Serial port to execute functions. For example, you can add a command “set-ip 192.168.1.10” to …

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Play Striker Air Hockey on a capacitive touch surface

After discovering capacitive touch interactions with a Makey Makey device and an Arduino Leonardo, Jason Eldred realized it could also be used to control the Unity game engine. After a night of hacking, he had a basic interface that could change the scale of a virtual circle. From there, he …

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Hot Yet? This faucet water monitor will prevent plunging your hands into cold water

Hot Yet? Attiny85 Faucet Water Temperature Sensor Testing Real life testing in the kitchen sink! Note the tri-color LED. Blue is cold and fades into Green which then flips to increasing Red at 85F.   Notes This project is an Attiny85 Arduino circuit and uses the Coding Badly attiny core …

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