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GuitarBot Brings Together Art and Engineering

Not only does the GuitarBot project show off some great design, but the care given to the documentation and directions is wonderful to see. The GuitarBot is an initiative by three University of Delaware professors, , , and to introduce their students to ‘Artgineering’, a beautiful portmanteau of ‘art’ and ‘engineering’. 61 more words

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Reading found here:

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org.ezp01.library.qut.edu.au/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=5387042

The reading discusses the recent trend for having physical interactions to control a User  Interface computer process, sharing some of the processing between both the computer code and the human operator.

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Why you should not use Arduino for Professional Work

Have a read at http://embedded.fm/blog/2017/8/12/dont-use-arduino-for-professional-work.

I love the Arduino ecosystem, and it is great for getting something up and running quickly for a ‘proof of concept’. 122 more words

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Latskap Semi-Automatic Liquor Cabinet

A well-stocked liquor cabinet is a necessity for the classy gentleman or gentlelady who likes to entertain. Having the proper spirits and mixers on hand to make anything from a martini to a sidecar is always a solid way to ensure guests have a good time at your cocktail party. 254 more words

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The DS18B20 temperature sensor – implementation with an Arduino

by Floris Wouterlood – The Netherlands

Introduction
One of the components of a weather station is a device that measures the temperature of the environment. Traditional analog instruments are based on the physical principle of expansion as a function of temperature. 1,179 more words

Secret Serial Port for Arduino/ESP32

If you use the Arduino IDE to program the ESP32, you might be interested in latest video (see below). In it, he shows an example of using all three ESP32 UARTs from an Arduino program. 182 more words

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ESP8266 Sensor Series: GY-521 IMU Part 1

This series examines a number of sensor projects that can be used as “Things” in the Internet of Things context.  This project is an initial exploration of the capabilities of the ESP8266 (in a NodeMCU V1.0) connected to a GY-521 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). 4,419 more words

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