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Settlers Of Catan Dice

Fun project + tutorial from joshi on the Arduino Project Hub. I wrote a function called buildUp to use every time the button is pushed, to build up the tension of what numbers the dice will show. My display has two rows of both 16 characters. I wanted to fill …

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Arduino Espresso Control System Updates

p { margin-bottom: 0.1in; line-height: 120%; }a:link { During the winter study break I made a few changes and updates to the whole system.  I swapped out the 16×2 Hitachi LCD for a Nokia 3310 LCD and changed all of the menu code resulting in a much nicer menu interface. I …

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Entrepreneurship class and prototype designed

Last semester I did an elective class called FSE301-Entrepreneurship and Value Creation. My team came up with the idea of a solar charging bicycle lighting device that makes cyclists visible from the side, particularly as many cyclists are hit from the side, most often at intersections. One of the design …

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How to Build 8x8x8 LED Cube DIY Kit

I’ve just finished building my 8x8x8 LED Cube DIY Kit. It was a lot of fun and the cube works perfectly. But assembling all those 512 LEDs and soldering more than a 1,000 joints can be a nightmare if you don’t have the right instructions. That’s why I’ve documented all the …

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ESP Boards

Using oddball ESP boards with TASMOTA

Theo Arends continues to fix, improve and expand TASMOTA at a rate that, as a mere mortal, I find incredible.  One of the areas which has seen a lot of activity is the list of supported modules and devices.  When you connect to the web server on your device and …

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Python: socket server

The objective of this post is to explain how to create a simple socket server using Python and reach it with a client. Introduction The objective of this post is to explain how to create a simple socket server using … Continue reading → Source: https://techtutorialsx.com/ Read the original article: …

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Arduino Laser Turret Made with XOD Visual Programming Environment | #arduino #ide @xodlang

This is a simple pan-tilt project from Afrotechmods that is a good example of how to use the XOD visual IDE to program an Arduino Uno to drive a servo motor: A tutorial on what servos are, how they work, and how to use them. Then I build a laser …

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The Well-Automated Arduino Library @arduino @travisci

The Well-Automated Arduino Library @ The Adafruit Learning System. Writing software is like gardening – the flowers are beautiful but you’re going to spend a lot of time weeding! Except instead of weeding, its keeping up to date with new frameworks, operating systems and dependancies. It’s a ton of work! …

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ESP Boards

Hackaday Coin-Cell Challenge

One of the entries in the Hackaday Coin-Cell Challenge piqued my interest, initially because it featured an ESP, but then because of the beautiful display.  The project goes by the name of “Badgy” and is basically just another WiFi enabled, conference-style badge.  I was surprised that it used an ESP8266, …

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Turn Your Raspberry Pi Zero into a USB Keyboard (HID)

In this project you’ll learn how to turn a Raspberry Pi Zero board into a USB keyboard or HID (Human Interface Device). After following some simple steps, you can write a Python script to make your Pi act as a USB keyboard. First, watch the video demonstration Prerequisites: You need …

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