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Getting closer with hardware

My latest project has become a little more than I expected. A simple temperature monitor for my computer has turned into an all out information explosion. 649 more words

Computer Basics

Getting Started with the Arduino Nano

All things small has to start somewhere, so let’s get started with the little Arduino Nano microcontroller development board.

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Introducing the Arduino Nano Microcontroller Board

The Arduino Nano microcontroller board, or simply the Arduino Nano, is a small, complete and breadboard-friendly board based on the ATmega328 (version 3.x) or ATmega168 (version 2.x). 11 more words

Car Battery Tester on Steroids

Draper make a car battery tester that is a resistive element, designed to draw 100A from a 12V car battery; a toggle switch; and an analog voltmeter. 1,599 more words

Add a delay timer to your washing machine

This Maker hacked his washing machine with an Arduino to reduce costs and add convenience.

Depending on where you live, you may or not be familiar with time-based pricing for power consumption. 244 more words

Maker Movement

Building robot with Node.js

So you decided you’ll want to build robot with Node.js aka JavaScript. Not bad idea at all. But first you have to consider couple of issues what you most probably will face. 1,794 more words


Using up to 24 interrupt pins on Arduino Mega.

This weekend I finally completed my several months long venture into the Atmega interrupt registry, in attempts to get more than just Arduino Megas’ 3 interrupt pins available for my project (which calls for at least 16 interrupt pins). 610 more words