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Emily Daub: How to Make Dance Friendly Tech Costumes #WearableWednesday #wearabletech #art #DIY #Arduino

Dance offers many benefits for the audience, whether it be movement, music or expressed emotion. Tech filled costumes can add additional interest, but there is a fine line in remaining true to the focus, especially when responding to the wishes of the choreographer and dancer. One woman that is facing …

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Add an Arduino-based tachometer to your CNC router

In order to get a good cut with a CNC router, the cutting tool speed needs to be properly set. Since his CNC didn’t come with RPM feedback, Troy Barbour came up with his own solution using an Arduino Nano along with an IR emitter/sensor pair. The spindle was set up …

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Install MotionEyeOS on Raspberry Pi – Surveillance Camera System

Do you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a surveillance camera system? The best way to do it is using MotionEyeOS. In this post we’ll show you how to get started with MotionEyeOS on your Raspberry Pi. What is MotionEyeOS? MotionEyeOS is a Linux distribution that turns your single-board computer …

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A simple language and parser to control the TLE94112EL Arduino Shield.

How to use and customize software for the TLE94112EL Arduino shield platform Source: A simple language and parser to control the TLE94112EL Arduino Shield. Arduino Project – Infineon TLE94112EL Motor Control Shield ESP32 — Getting Started the Easy Way! Getting Started with BLE and Arduino Source: http://www.electroschematics.com/arduino/ Read the original …

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Dotter is an Arduino-powered dot matrix printer

While largely supplanted by more modern forms of printing, dot matrix printers still have their fans. Few, however, are more dedicated than Nikodem Bartnik, who constructed his own model that pulls paper up to 55cm wide and as long as he needs under a gantry that stamps each pixel with a …

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Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu Builds a Bartending Robot – a Barbot!

Great project video from Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu! I build an automatic bartending robot- a BarBot! Using V-slot rail, OpenBuilds parts and 3D printer componants. Many thanks to Lukas Šidlauskas for his code and the video clip. See more. Source: https://blog.adafruit.com/category/arduino/ Read the original article: Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu Builds a Bartending …

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Fall asleep with the help of LEDs and an Arduino

While some fall asleep nearly immediately with no assistance, others need the drone of a fan or a dedicated noisemaker to help them relax. The Fall Asleep Device, also known as “FADing,” by Youz takes a different approach. FADing shines an LED onto the ceiling out via a piece of acrylic, so …

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Guide to Fingerprint Sensor Module with Arduino (FPM10A)

This post is an introductory guide on how to use the Fingerprint Sensor Module with the Arduino. We’ll show you how to enroll a new fingerprint ID, and how to find a fingerprint match. Watch the Video Demonstration Introducing the Fingerprint Sensor Module Fingerprint sensor modules, like the one in …

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ESP32 Arduino: Applying the HMAC SHA-256 mechanism

The objective of this post is to explain how to apply the HMAC mechanism to a message on the ESP32, using the Arduino core. The tests of this ESP32 tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board. Introduction The … Continue reading → Source: https://techtutorialsx.com/ Read the original article: …

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Create a custom Kerbal Space Program cockpit with Arduino

When you play a video game, the controls are normally a compromise between what you have available (a keyboard/mouse) and the actions you’re trying to convey. This, however, wasn’t good enough for Kerbal Space Program enthusiast Hugo Peeters, who instead of accepting this limited input method, designed a new control …

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