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Whizzo Software - SIO2Arduino
SIO2Arduino is an Atari 8-bit (800/XL/XE) device emulator that runs on the Arduino platform. It currently emulates a single Atari 1050 disk drive (D1:) but there are plans to extend it to support multiple drives as well as other devices.
sio  atari  retro  arduino  hardware  diy 
march 2018 by deusx
How to use the MAX7219 LED Dot Matrix | Brainy-Bits Canada
Using a LED Dot Matrix in your next project can be a way to incorporate some cool little animations.
arduino  diy  hardware 
october 2015 by deusx
Ringing in 2015 with 40 Linux-friendly hacker SBCs ·  LinuxGizmos.com
2014 brought us plenty of new open-spec, community-backed SBCs — from $35 bargains, to octa-core powerhouses — and all with Linux or Android support.
arduino  embedded  linux  arm  hardware 
january 2015 by deusx
Programming The Arduino Due in Rust
Slides from my talk at GlueCon '14 about programming an Arduino Due in Rust, and about using Rust for embedded or IoT applications.
gluecon  arduino  rust 
may 2014 by deusx
tkellogg/dueboot · GitHub
Infrastructure for programming an Arduino Due in the Rust programming language. This includes a sample sketch that can be modified to do most any other sketch.
gluecon  rust  arduino  diy 
may 2014 by deusx
BearDuino: Hacking Teddy Ruxpin with Arduino | Ars Technica
The BearDuino is a hardware-hacked Teddy Ruxpin—the infamous animatronic talking story-time teddy bear unleashed in all its uncanniness on the world in the 1980s—that has been turned into a kit for use with an Arduino microcontroller, ready for would-be makers to use for good or evil.
hacks  diy  arduino  retro  teddyruxpin 
august 2013 by deusx
Yet Another Arduino 110v Power Controller
This Instructable shows you how to build a four-gang outlet box in which each outlet is controlled via an Arduino (or any other TTL level signals).

It differs from the other relay boxes in that it uses no circuit boards and has very few parts (one chip and 4 relays).
diy  electronics  arduino  hacks 
august 2013 by deusx
Arduino Playground - LCD3wires
This post is based on the work made previously by tomek in wiring LCD displays using 4 bits. The basic idea is to group the 7 pins that are needed to drive the LCD in only 3 using a shift register. This is a cheap alternative to serial LCDs.
electronics  arduino  diy  shiftregisters 
may 2013 by deusx
MAKE | Arduino Uno vs BeagleBone vs Raspberry Pi
The three models (all of which we use here at Digital Diner) are the Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone. We chose these three because they are all readily available, affordable, about the same size (just larger than 2″ x 3″) and can all be used for creating wonderful digital gadgets. Before we get to the comparison, here is a brief introduction to each one.
diy  hacks  arduino  raspberrypi  hardware 
april 2013 by deusx
The Hammer: A Muscle-Controlled, Light-Up Dildo | The Toymaker Project
I’m proud to present my latest creation: The Hammer! The Hammer is a prototype test-your-strength game that’s an insertable, muscle-controlled, light-up dildo. Update, 1/5/13: The Hammer has been listed as Cracked.com’s #1 Geekiest Sex Toy! Welcome, everyone!
toys  sex  dildos  diy  hacks  hammers  arduino  dicks  fun  odd 
february 2013 by deusx
Pololu - Zumo Robot Kit for Arduino (No Motors)
This combination deal contains most of the parts you need to build an Arduino-controlled Zumo robot. It consists of a Zumo Shield for Arduino, a Zumo chassis kit, and a Zumo blade. You will also need a pair of micro metal gearmotors, four AA batteries, and an Arduino to complete your Zumo robot (motors, batteries, and Arduino sold separately). This product is a kit; assembly (including soldering) is required.
arduino  robots  tamiya  zumo 
february 2013 by deusx
Low cost Ethernet shield with ENC28J60 | Open Electronics
Economical alternative to original Arduino ethernet shields, allows data rates up to 10 Mbps and is achieved with a traditional assembly components.
arduino  diy  hacks  ethernet  want 
july 2012 by deusx
Great Scott! DeLorean-Inspired Time Circuit Clock with Adafruit gear! « adafruit industries blog
From the moment these LED displays made an appearance on our weekly Ask an Engineer show, comparisons were being made to the DeLorean time circuit from the Back to the Future films. It was a moral imperative then to make a demo! If you’re handy with Arduino and some shop tools, you should be able to pull off something similar (better, even), or adapt the ideas to other projects. This was quickly built in fun, so please don’t expect the same level of polish as a finished product tutorial.
bttf  clocks  diy  hacks  electronics  arduino 
july 2012 by deusx
MAKE | Updated Power Glove with Bluetooth and Arduino
Matt Mechtley is responsible for this maker’s dream project: getting a classic Nintendo Power Glove to work with custom games by replacing it’s brain with an arduino, implanting an accelerometer for motion detection, and using a bluetooth modem for wireless connectivity. He’s outdone himself with downloadable code, schematics, this awesome video, and an Instructable to top it off.
arduino  hacks  bluetooth  powerglove  gaming  nintendo 
may 2012 by deusx
Free Geek Vancouver Volunteer Blog: Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller
Presenting the Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller. It's a retro-futuristic black and white screen mounted into a 1950s (or so) radio chassis, which generates and displays text that American luminary R. Buckminster Fuller might have said if he were a piece of software.
diy  hacks  arduino  nifty  dymaxion 
february 2012 by deusx
Practical Arduino: Virtual USB Keyboard
Communicating with a host computer can allow a simple Arduino-based system to gain access to a wide variety of devices and information. Most people link an Arduino to a host using serial communications across a USB connection with custom code running on the host to send information to the Arduino or receive it in return, but giving your Arduino the ability to pretend to be a keyboard or mouse opens up a whole world of possibilities because it means your Arduino can interact with software that was never intended for external control. That could be desktop software such as a game or a web browser: your Arduino could "type" into a web form and submit it on your behalf, or act as a custom controller for a game!
usb  arduino  hardware  hacks  diy  howto 
february 2012 by deusx
Project Log : Arduino USB - ProjectLogArduinoUSB
Project log for developing USB expansion shield for Arduino and associated code.
usb  arduino  hardware  electronics 
february 2012 by deusx
Arduino playground - GkosMain
If you are planning to build a stand-alone system where a small but full-featured keyboard is needed, this simple solution could be useful for you.
hardware  hacks  gkos  arduino 
february 2012 by deusx
Arduino ADK TinkerKit
The ADK TinkerKit is a complete pack of 25 TinkerKit Modules, Arduino Mega ADK, Mega Sensor Shield, and necessary wires to kickstart your Android development experience without soldering.
android  arduino  adk  diy  hacks 
december 2011 by deusx
InkShield | Nicholas C Lewis
This shield allows you to connect a HP C6602 inkjet cartridge to your Arduino turning it into a 96dpi print platform. It only uses 5 pins which can be jumper selected to avoid other shields. It is designed with a Arduino Mega footprint but fully supports both the Arduino and the Arduino Mega. It uses all through-hole components to make assembly easy even for beginners.
arduino  printers  hp  inkshield  make  diy 
december 2011 by deusx
eSleeper combines cats, Arduino and Twitter in an eMac shell (video) -- Engadget
If we had to imagine our dream DIY project chances are it would involve Arduino, Twitter and, of course, cats. How we'd combine those things we're not sure, but we'll admit to being big fans of Samuel Cox's eSleeper, which turns a hollowed-out eMac into a bed for his feline. Inside the shell is an Arduino Ethernet connected to an IR sensor, some LEDs and a sound shield. When the cat breaks the infrared beam it triggers the iconic Mac chime and turns on a series color-shifting LEDs for a little mood lighting. From there the clock starts ticking. When little Fluffy (Captain Whiskers? Matlock? Penny? Greg?) decides she's had enough napping and leaves the white plastic cocoon, tripping the IR sensor again, a random phrase is tweeted, along with the length of the cat's siesta. Check out the video after the break to see the eSleeper in all its adorable DIY glory.
cats  funny  gadgets  tech  arduino  diy 
december 2011 by deusx
Microwave hack uses Arduino and TouchPad to play perfectly-timed YouTube videos while you cook | The Verge
The μWave is a hack involving an Arduino and a TouchPad taped to a microwave door, which plays YouTube clips perfectly matched to your cooking time. This Frankenstein uses the Arduino to send data from the microwave's seven-segment displays to a web server, which finds a highly-rated YouTube video of the right length. The web client running in the browser treats you to a video clip that ends right when your food is done, then optionally tweets or sends a text message. The hack was created by students at the University of Pennsylvania, where it won first place in the PennApps Hackathon. There are no stated plans for commercialization, but the team will present the project to Google as part of the grand prize. If Mountain View announces a microwave any time soon, we'll know to expect great things.
funny  hacks  diy  nifty  arduino  youtube  touchpad 
november 2011 by deusx
Arduino kit beams low-fi Google Weather to VGA screens -- Engadget
Looking for another way to use that aging VGA CRT screen hogging space in the closet? Try making your own dedicated weather screen by mixing together Google's meteorological data stream and some Arduino magic. It looks like parsing that Google Weather data was a bit of a challenge on the miniscule 2KB of RAM, but a tinkerer going by the handle Zmashiah has managed to do it. He's even managed to cram in a few extra graphical flourishes, including icons and background themes that change depending on the temperature and time of day. The entirely PC-free device grabs the data through an Ethernet connection and flashes up all the weather goodness in stunning VGA. Any meteorological mavens reading this can grab the full shopping list and procedure at the Instructables link below.
arduino  gadgets  tech  vga  weather 
november 2011 by deusx
Freaklabs' FredBoard gives the gift of hackerspace to Mothership HackerMoms -- Engadget
Come this (Black) Friday, it'll officially be the season for gift-giving and general family dysfunction. So, why not warm that tech-tinkering heart while heating up the creative juices of the baby-bound set with a Freaklabs purchase that puts your money to good use? The outfit's got a monster mash FredBoard up for order that splices together an Arduino and breadboard to make your first brush with homegrown modding a relatively painless affair. Oh, and the proceeds are destined for a Mommy-centric hackerspace -- dubbed Mothership HackerMoms -- in San Francisco that does double duty as a day care for little leg-clingers and a lab for their electronics-inclined parents. These ladies-in-programming currently swap house hosting duties, but with the boost from your potential feel-good donations, could snag a proper venue of their own. Feel like getting in the holiday spirit early? Then click on the source below to bring some early cheer to Bay Area baby Mommas.
arduino  tech  diy  wishlist 
november 2011 by deusx
The Shack® Blog » Blog Archive » The Great Create Arduino Challenge
We have seen some amazing projects centered around the Arduino system and now that Arduino is available at RadioShack, we want to challenge you! What can you make with Arduino? You’ll have three weeks (11/11-12/2) to come up with an idea, build it, submit your project to the Great Create and leave a link to your project in the comments below. We’ll go through and pick the project that uses Arduino in the most creative and innovative way – the chosen project will get a $500 RadioShack gift card – just imagine the awesome projects you could build with that!
radioshack  arduino  diy  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
Coffee Table MAME Console — DIY How-to from Make: Projects
Oftentimes makers will build MAME cabinets that resemble old-time arcade games, but ultimately they’re just PCs with buttons and joysticks wired in. With the Coffee Table MAME Console, we’re going to build a stripped-down version of the arcade machine. It doesn’t need a monitor because you can use your TV, and instead of having the computer inside the enclosure, the console connects to your PC via Bluetooth.
gaming  arduino  bluetooth  diy 
november 2011 by deusx
MAKE | Build a Classic Video Game Console from MAKE Volume 28
We’re super excited about our new issue, MAKE Volume 28, which just hit newsstands last week. The issue theme is Toys and Games, and naturally, our entire focus was on fun, from the playful 8-bit graphics style of the cover design by eBoy to the 176 pages of projects and profiles that give you ...
gaming  make  arduino  diy 
november 2011 by deusx
RasterWeb! Arduino Adventures
I finally got around to testing out the Arduino Ethernet shield I picked up many months ago.
arduino  hacks  diy  ethernet 
november 2011 by deusx
The basics of reading data from resistive touchscreens - Hack a Day
[Chris] just posted his latest tutorial which shows you how to read position data from a resistive touchscreen. These devices are fairly simple, and since they’re used in a lot of consumer electronics you can pick one up for a few bucks. This looks like it is overstock for an old Palm device.
hardware  arduino  hacks 
october 2011 by deusx
Experiments with Touch – Bigscreen Android with 23 inch Resistive Touch Panel « Beyond the keyboard
Inspired by the allegedly Windows Android x86 demo with a 23 inch multi-touch screen by Martin Drashkov (see second video below), I decided to give my own version a spin.
android  arduino  usb  touch  hacks  hardware 
october 2011 by deusx
USB Host Shield 2.0 for Arduino « Circuits@Home
This is revision 2.0 of USB Host Shield. Thanks to new interface layout it is now compatible with more Arduinos – not only UNO and Duemilanove, but also big Mega and Mega 2560 work with Standard variant of this shield out of the box. No more SPI re-wiring and code modifications – just solder included stackable connectors (2×3 ICSP connector’s female side should be facing down), plug and play!
arduino  usb  electronics  wishlist 
august 2011 by deusx
LCD tutorial - making a 'shield'
This tutorial will show you how to solder together a shield for an LCD with a 8x2 header
arduino  diy  electronics  lcd 
august 2011 by deusx
Garduino Geek Gardening — DIY How-to from Make: Projects
I wanted to start gardening, but I knew I wouldn’t keep up the regular schedule of watering the plants and making sure they got enough light. So I recruited a microprocessor and a suite of sensors to help with these tasks. An Arduino microcontroller runs my indoor garden, watering the plants only when they’re thirsty, turning on supplemental lights based on how much natural sunlight is received, and alerting me if the temperature drops below a plant-healthy level. For sensors, the Garduino uses an inexpensive photocell (light), thermistor (temperature), and a pair of galvanized nails (moisture).
arduino  gardening  hardware 
august 2011 by deusx
Arduino Forum - Hue-controllable RGB LED lamp
The hardest part was converting HSB into RGB - the equations that I worked on from wikipedia are an absolute nightmare to translate into code (at least for me at this stage). I was about to give up when I saw this link, full of ready-made colour conversion functions: http://www.easyrgb.com/math.php?MATH=M21#text21.
arduino  code  electronics  color  rgb  hsv 
august 2011 by deusx
shirriff/Arduino-IRremote - GitHub
Infrared remote library for Arduino: send and receive infrared signals with multiple protocols
arduino  communication  ir  libraries 
may 2011 by deusx
Sensor tutorials - IR remote receiver/decoder tutorial
IR detectors are little microchips with a photocell that are tuned to listen to infrared light. They are almost always used for remote control detection - every TV and DVD player has one of these in the front to listen for the IR signal from the clicker. Inside the remote control is a matching IR LED, which emits IR pulses to tell the TV to turn on, off or change channels. IR light is not visible to the human eye, which means it takes a little more work to test a setup.
arduino  hacking  electronics  remote 
may 2011 by deusx
Audio Shield for Arduino
Adding quality audio to an electronic project is surprisingly difficult. People tend to end up either using low-quality ISD chips (you might get 8Khz sampling rate for 30seconds out of these, if you're lucky!) or mucking around with trying to control a CD or MP3 player. Although it's possible to generate audio direct from a microcontroller using a PWM output, the quality is often low and its hard to fit a lot of music in an EEPROM chip. You can buy an embedded MP3 player board, but they're either expensive or difficult to use!
arduino  audio  diy  electronics  hardware 
april 2011 by deusx
Up, not North - Automatypewriter
"The Automatypewriter is a typewriter that can type by itself:<br />
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It can also detect what’s being typed on it. It can be used to send text to and/or receive text from a computer via USB. It was designed as a platform for playing interactive fiction games, in particular to play custom software being developed for it by Jim Munroe."
typewriter  arduino  ifiction  nifty  from delicious
november 2010 by deusx
Kegbot Kegerator Project - Monitor keg volume & control access.
"Welcome to Kegbot!<br />
Kegerator monitor and access control.<br />
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Kegbot is a free, open-source project to turn your beer kegerator into a computerized drink tracker. With Kegbot and our Arduino firmware, you can:<br />
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Monitor exactly how much beer is left in your kegs and track the temperature;<br />
Record the volume of each and every pour;<br />
Set up user accounts to track who is drinking, how much, and all sorts of other nutty statistics;<br />
Use special keys (tokens, RFID tags, barcodes) to authenticate your kegerator users;<br />
Control access to your taps (with special valve hardware) to prevent unauthorized pours;<br />
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... and many other crazy things! "
kegbot  homebrewing  arduino  hardware  from delicious
september 2010 by deusx
leah buechley - LilyPad Arduino - introduction
"The LilyPad Arduino is a set of sewable electronic components that let you build your own soft, interactive fashion."
arduino  lilypad  diy  electronics  gadgets  hardware  hacks 
march 2008 by deusx

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