infovore + hardware + arduino   12

Hardware Hacks: Using a quadrature encoder (rotary switch) with Arduino
This is, in fact, the most successful rotary encoder code I've found to date.
arduino  hardware  electronics  rotaryencoder 
february 2011 by infovore
Arduino Tower Bridge on Vimeo
"Designed by Oliver Rokison a teacher at St Paul's School. This project connects to the Tower Bridge twitter account and mimics the movements of the real tower bridge." Fun.
towerbridge  arduino  hardware  electronics  internet 
september 2009 by infovore
Tinkerkit: a physical computing toolkit for designers: Main/Home Page
"TinkerKit is an Arduino-compatible physical computing prototyping toolkit aimed at design professionals. The interest in physical computing as an area in development within the creative industries has been increasing rapidly. In response to this Tinker.it! is developing the TinkerKit to introduce fast iterative physical computing methodologies to newcomers, and particularly design professionals." Standardised modules, standardised connectors, Arduino-compatible. I remember Massimo showing me his keyboard-emulating board ages ago. Nice to see Tinker productising the platform, too.
design  prototyping  hardware  electronics  arduino  tinkerit  tinkerkit 
february 2009 by infovore
Roo Reynolds - Microprinter
Roo writes up his first experiments with his microprinter. The barcode stuff is particularly interesting.
hardware  electronics  arduino  printing  microprinter  barcodes 
february 2009 by infovore
microprinter / FrontPage
"Hackers across the country are buying up old old receipt printers and imaginatively repurposing them into something new. We call them microprinters." pbwiki site for gathering resources around microprinters. Nice! Still waiting on mine (from the same load as Roo's) to arrive, though...
hardware  electronics  arduino  paper  printing  wiki  microprinter 
february 2009 by infovore
Delighting with Data » tomtaylor.co.uk
"sometimes we geeks forget about all the delightful and beautiful things we can build. The things that aren’t necessarily useful or purposeful, but pointless, silly and wonderful." Tom on fire with lots of lovely examples.
data  visualisation  interaction  hardware  sensor  input  output  towerbridge  arduino  spimes  talking 
june 2008 by infovore
tinker.it : Wii Nunchuck
A brief - but useful - guide to getting data out of the Wii Nunchuck.
arduino  hardware  processing  hacking  sensor  microcontroller  physical  input  device  interaction 
june 2008 by infovore
Funnel
"Funnel is a toolkit to sketch your idea physically, and consists of software libraries and hardware. By using Funnel, the user can handle sensors and/or actuators with various programming languages such as ActionScript 3, Processing, and Ruby."
sketching  ruby  actionscript  processing  hardware  physical  computing  design  arduino 
april 2008 by infovore
Botanicalls Twitter DIY
"Botanicalls Twitter answers the question: What's up with your plant? It offers a connection to your leafy pal via online Twitter status updates that reach you anywhere in the world." Fun physical computing project.
hardware  physicalcomputing  arduino  botany  twitter  plants 
february 2008 by infovore
tinker.it » Blog Archive » The Arduino Bluetooth board
Ooh - nearly here - program via bluetooth, access as bluetooth device. Nifty.
arduino  bluetooth  hardware  programming  embedded  prototyping  design  electronics 
january 2007 by infovore
todbot blog » Blog Archive » Arduino breadboard shield: $10 & 10 mins
Lovely. I am totally pumped about buying an Arduino very, very soon. This'll make some more compact hacking relatively easy.
arduino  hardware  electronics  development  programming  prototyping 
january 2007 by infovore

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