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johnny-five/ at master · rwaldron/johnny-five
johnny-five - JavaScript Robotics and IoT programming framework, developed at Bocoup. Based on Arduino Firmata Protocol
arduino  photocell  ldr  johnnyfive 
october 2015 by andrewn
Arduino Laser Harp
This cool music instrument is built by SthepenHobley based on Arduino. This harp doesn’t make sound itself but generates a stream of MIDI data to drive an audio synthesizer. In other word, Laser Harp works as MIDI controller. The way it works is simple, when the player’s hand interrupts the laser beam Theremin, the photocell [...]Read more : Arduino Laser Harp

Related project:Arduino Drum Machine
Tweetering Laser Tripwire
AVR Laser Projector
Arduino  Audio  Microcontroller  Miscellaneous  GP2D120  Laser  MIDI  photocell  Theremin  from google
february 2013 by StephaneDenis
Beginner project: Color Sensing with RGB LEDs and a photocell - Hack a Day
Beginner project: Color Sensing with RGB LEDs and a photocell, November 05, 2012 at 12:11PM, from Hack a Day
ifttt  googlereader  Hack  a  Day  Beginner  project:  Color  Sensing  with  RGB  LEDs  and  photocell  November  05  2012  at  12:11PM 
november 2012 by designmakecreate
Build a Custom Tremolo Effects Box
The latest addition to our Weekend Projects series is an Optical Tremolo Box. Inspired by Charles Platt’s article about online DIY guitar stomp-box communities (MAKE Volume 15, page 82, “Stomp Box Basics: Tremolo and Fuzz”), MAKE Technical Editor Sean Ragan took up the challenge of building this project. He used a cadmium sulfide photoresistor as the light sensor — a component we have used in previous Weekend Projects (see Light Theremin). This component, in combination with the flex light (or sunlight) and custom-designed “sweep disks,” provide you with the ability to create a wide range of tremolo. Also as our first project box build, Sean set the bar high for both design and function. Watch the video below for some clever tricks on fitting components. And when you build the Optical Tremolo Box, be sure to send us pictures and an audio sample of your build!

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Filed under: MAKE Projects, Weekend Projects
MAKE_Projects  Weekend_Projects  audio  audio_effect  cadmium_sulfide  circuit  effects  effects_box  Electronics  guitar  input  optical  pedal  photocell  photoresistor  Radio_Shack's_The_Great_Create  RadioShack  tremolo  from google
august 2012 by Cabble
Light Dependant Resistor LDR Photocell 25 Bulk VT43N1
Photocells or Light Dependant Resistors can provide a very economic and technically superior solution for many applications where the presence or absence of light is sensed (digital
photoresistor  photocell  laser 
march 2012 by agorelick

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