• DIY Arduino-Controlled Digital Multi Measuring Tool

    This Arduino controlled digital multi-measuring gadget employs an MPU-6050 accelerometer and gyroscope that lets it act as a 2D level, as well as a digital protractor after zeroing it at a starting point. The unit also features...

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  • Control Your Streaming Computer with a TV IR Remote Controller

    If you want to use an actual computer for video streaming, you’re normally left using a keyboard and mouse for navigation. YouTube hacker Kevin Darrah decided to make a gadget to let him surf streaming channels with...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • eduArdo Open Source Arduino Development Board

    Olimex has recently launched eduArdu, an open source hardware Arduino compatible board specifically designed for education with plenty of buttons, LEDs,  and sensors, as well as tutorials and samples source code to help young and older aspiring...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • MOTEDEM: Internet of Things Raspberry Pi IR Controller

    The new Motodem infrared controller comes complete with an SDK and has been specifically designed to be used with the Raspberry Pi 3 mini PC. Enabling you to issue IR signals to control devices throughout your home...

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  • How To Convert Your Raspberry Pi to a Smart Remote Control

    The Anavi Infrared pHAT is designed for creating IR-controller IoT devices, or retrofitting existing consumer electronic equipment or appliances such as air conditioners to be controlled with a standard TV remote control. Since the add-on board provides...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Control all your IR appliances through Bluetooth (or internet)

        A Bluetooth enabled remote that will help you control one or more IR-controlled electric payloads.   In this post, we are going to present a project for emulating an IR remote control composed of a...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • The lake Erie Mamba: an harmless 12-Servo Snake Robot

    Maker joesinstructables created a versatile, slithering system, which he calls the ‘Lake Erie Mamba.’ He put a dozen Arduino Mega-controlled servos together in a reptile configuration to allow the robot to move via serpentine motion (like a normal snake), rectilinear motion...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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