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e-Ink/e-Paper Displays

As you may have read in a recent post, I’ve become enamoured of the newer versions of the e-Ink or e-Paper displays to hit the hobby market.  They look great and (apparently) aren’t too difficult to drive, plus their inherent ability to maintain the display when “off” looks to be …

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Build an All-in-One ESP32 Weather Station Shield

In this project I’ll show you how you can build an all-in-one ESP32 weather station shield and display the sensor readings on a web server. The web server displays data from all the sensors and automatically updates the readings every ten seconds, without the need to refresh the web page. …

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How to Hack a Color Sensing Umbrella #WearableWednesday #wearabletech #Arduino #DIY

I’m always on the lookout for a color sensing umbrella filled with cheerful LEDs and it appears I’ve found another on Make:. Katy Lee also wanted something to brighten rainy days and created her umbrella in similar fashion to my Florabrella using a Flora microcontroller and the matching Flora color …

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NXP Kinetics Smart Web Multimedia IoT – Flexduino Platform

Hardware components: NXP Kinetis Freedom Board with FlexIO ×1 ATMEL WINC1500 WIFI MODULE ×1 OV7670 CAMERA MODULE ×1 WM7236 MEMS MICROPHONE ×1   STORY ABSTRACT The project aim is to build an Arduino like development environment that takes advantage of FlexIo advance driver module to build new drivers and interface …

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The Via Libris is a Book that Leads You to Treasure

The VIA LIBRIS is a paperback-sized book that leads its user to a predetermined location using a special compass dial and clues. Read more on MAKE The post The Via Libris is a Book that Leads You to Treasure appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. Source: https://makezine.com/category/technology/arduino/ …

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How to Make an Inexpensive Arduino Photometer #CitizenScience #Arduino #science #water #DIY #3dprinting

Zachary Marlow loves testing water and has a special interest in his hometown Lake of the Ozarks. Although he already owns a spectrometer, a photometer was out of his price range. So, like any good hacker, he decided to make his own and has posted a research note on Public …

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Automated IC testing with Arduino Mega

Arduino boards by themselves are, of course, great for making a wide array of projects. Sometimes, however, you’ll need to add other integrated circuits (ICs) for extra functionality. If you want to be absolutely sure that the IC you’re using in your project is working correctly, this tester by Akshay …

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Hot Wire Foam Cutter – Arduino PWM

Hardware components: Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 DigiSpark × 1 Plastic box for electronics × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 IRF530 × 1 Resistor 1k ohm × 5 Resistor 100 ohm × 2 Single Turn Potentiometer- 10k ohms × 1 BC547 × 2 …

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Python: Converting string to bytes object

In this post, we will check how to convert a Python string to a bytes object. Bytes objects are immutable sequences of single bytes in the range between o and 255 (inclusive).   Introduction In this post, we will check … Continue reading → Source: https://techtutorialsx.com/ Read the original article: …

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Reading LM34, LM35, LM335 (LM3x) Temperature Sensors Accurately

The LM3x series of sensors are precision, easily-calibrated, integrated circuit temperature sensors. These are ideal as a beginner sensor, only to disappoint when code is copied from somewhere, run on the MCU and the temperature readings seem to be wildly varying and incorrect. Why is this happening and what can …

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