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Presepino: the nativity scene with Arduino
A light system, capable of simulating the alternation of night and day, that will make your nativity scene – be it a small or a big one – even more realistic. Our circuit is capable of...
- Posted 12 months ago
In this guide, we will describe how the DM Board ICS outputs can be controlled by means of your own voice. Here you can view a demonstration video. Hardware The module EasyVR 3 made by VeeaR...
- Posted 1 year ago
Axoloti is Audio for makers
Axoloti a “new solution to create your own digital synthesizer, effects unit, groovebox or stomp-box, quick and easy” just got funded on kickstarter! It’s let’s you create your own standalone digital audio instruments and effects through graphical...
- Posted 2 years ago
A Mini Microphone Preamplifier
In this post we’ll cover the design of a microphone preamplifier, something always useful when dealing with audio applications. This Mini Microphone Preamplifier could be used as the first stage to amplify any audio signal. The device...
- Posted 3 years ago
Welcome to 3D printed Desktop Speakers
new zealander designer simon ellison has utilized multi material 3D printing methods to bring forth the idea of a new manufacturing technique into the realm of speaker drivers. with this, the additive combination-material print process results as...
- Posted 3 years ago
Big Spectrum Analyzer with Arduino
Let’s put together a pixel strip with an HL1606, an Arduino UNO and the Spectrum Shield to build a seven bands “large” Spectrum Analyzer of simple construction. The components The Strip used uses the HL1606...
- Posted 4 years ago