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Cell Phone With Bells AKA OrPhone
Thank you sanjaykray!
Hi gizmologist,The rotary dial mechanism is connected to pins A1 and A2. See constants ROTATE_PIN and COUNTER_PIN and all the code around these constants in "telephone.ino" file.The rotary dial mechanism has three wires: groung and two signals. One is a "flag" that the mechanism is rotating and the other is a pulse counter. I just count logical 0 to 1 (or 1 to 0, can't remember right now) transitions while the rotation flag is set to detect every digit of the phone number.As I said this is an open project, you can find the source code on the project's GitHub page.
How did you interface the rotary dial with the electronics? I'd be very interested in the final code you used.
Awesome. This is what a proper phone should look like.
amazing project and very nicely documented too,TFS.
Cell phone with bells AKA orPhone
Robot Beetle Ringo
Got a project for Arduino contest. Is there any news about it?
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Hi,Thanks for sharing Ringo Mk.2. Real evolution! Beetle sapiens ;)
Hello and thank you for a great instructable!After 6 months of lazy crafting and programming I can proudly say that "I Made it!"Well... With tons of modifications. :) Here is my Ringo Mk.2. It is heavy. It is autonomous and capable to avoid obstacles. It can be remotely controlled via bluetooth. And it is a big mess of wires ))) Not much left of the original Ringo. Algorithm and overall concept actually. But it was fun to build and amuse everyone around. For some reason most of people think that it moves like crippled with only 3 servos. I am glad that your smooth algorithm of legs control make them think twice before they judge. :)Thanks again!
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Hello DmitryDzz.thanks for the very good project.I hava a doubt. In that position I have to place the servos ? For example , the central servo is the pin 7 , the left one is the pin 4 and the right one is the pin 2 ? . How is your position ? Best regards and thank you very much
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