In part two of the tachometer/speedometer project, we'll add a keypad and LCD for easier user interaction.
September 18, 2017 by Nick Davis
This article provides detailed information on sampling audio signals and transferring the data to a PC for analysis.
September 15, 2017 by Robert Keim
In this article, we’ll look at a fairly straightforward circuit that enables a robot or other device to detect sound.
September 11, 2017 by Robert Keim
With all these invisible radio frequencies flying through the air, we should know a little bit about what exactly they are!
September 08, 2017 by Ryan Jones
Learn how to make a tachometer and speedometer using a C8051 microcontroller, an optoelectronic sensor, and a spinning disc.
September 06, 2017 by Nick Davis
An accelerometer can be a valuable addition to a robotics project. This article will show you one approach to generating and analyzing acceleration data.
September 01, 2017 by Robert Keim
This project uses a C8051 microcontroller development kit, an accelerometer evaluation board, and Simplicity Studio IDE—all from Silicon Labs—to rather quickly and easily build a motion-detecting alarm system.
August 31, 2017 by Nick Davis
In this article, we’ll discuss the hardware design for a robotics PCB, and we’ll write firmware for controlling two DC motors.
August 25, 2017 by Robert Keim
In this how-to article, we explore the use of I2C EERAM to save critical program variables when power fails and restore them when power returns to easily preserve program continuity.
August 07, 2017 by Raymond Genovese
Use Adafruit's Circuit Playground to make your own fruity (drum) loops!
August 04, 2017 by Ryan Jones
This project introduces ATmega328P fuse bits and shows how to set them to use an external 16 MHz crystal oscillator.
August 03, 2017 by Charles R. Hampton
In part 4 of our Wi-Fi Eye project, we'll deal with our power supply
July 28, 2017 by Jeremy Lee
Part 3 of this project focuses on choosing and configuring the servos you will use to create your Wi-Fi Eye.
July 27, 2017 by Jeremy Lee
Part two of building a device that can detect Wi-Fi signals and "react" accordingly.
July 26, 2017 by Jeremy Lee
Building an animatronic, wearable, Wi-Fi robots, part 1: Programming the controller.
July 25, 2017 by Jeremy Lee
Learn how to make your own Wi-Fi-enabled "ESP Alarm."
July 21, 2017 by Yahya Tawil
Bluetooth LE was designed with the IoT in mind. Here are some options for troubleshooting your next Bluetooth LE project.
July 14, 2017 by Mark Hughes
In this project, we'll build circuits for programming two different Atmel microcontrollers and we'll discuss the necessary software setup.
July 12, 2017 by Charles R. Hampton
Be the spectacle at this summer's music festival with these sound activated rave goggles!
July 07, 2017 by Ryan Jones
In this project, we first examine how to install an ESP8266 add-on on Arduino IDE and then we make a configurable web server with an ESP8266 and show the simplicity of this process.
July 05, 2017 by Mohammad Amin Karami
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