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Christmas is coming closer, so here is my contribution to put you in the right mood. It is a blog hitcounter, that rings a bell. Literally. It puts a ...
So what is needed? Arduino Board. I got an Arduino Diecimila from Adafruits. In the meantime there are really cheap and handy clones out there, ...
The bell is held by a strong paperclip. The small paperclip is used to form a kind of arm that is atached to the servo motor. Note, that you want to ...
There is no real schematic. Just attach the servo motor to the Arduino. The servo has three wires: yellow or orange: signal red: VCC bro...
Arduino If you are new to the Arduino, it is a small board, fully assembled with a AVR microcontroller. It is well suited for hacking and interacting...
To make it a hitcounter for your website, we need two small code pieces. One two create and take care of the counter and a second to fetch the value o...
It is the first time, that I built something, that has moving parts. That is the first step to bridge the gap between the virtual and the real world. ...
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