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Arduino Nano won't work for this project since it has a different processor and can't be interfaced to the PC like a mouse.Library Mouse.h is already installed when you install the Arduino IDE
Right, it's impossible to do with an Arduino Mini since it has an "ATmega328" and other board such Micro and Leonardo has the "ATmega32u4"
Me not! There are no dangerous voltages:)
Well, it's ok because you have to change "Serial.write()" into "Serial.print()" or "Serial.println()" to read the values. I posted 2 codes to make tests, one shows you the values that arrive to the hand
I'm happy it's useful! I'd like to see many people re-creating this project or even make it better :)Also thank you for the appreciation!
You can set the senisbility so when you rotate your head you cover a bigger angle in the game and you can see behind you without turning your neck too much :)Anyway I'm still thinking about other solutions, in the end the VR is the best... The screen moves with you!
Thank you too! :)
Complimenti! Davvero interessante e ben spiegato :D
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Hello, I found out that to have the best sensivity you should use a resistor that is the mean value of the max value and the min value: in your case: (50+30)\2=40KOhm.In my case it's about 45K (I got 60K max and 30K min) so I choose a 47K resitor.In your case you can use a 39K resistor, it's the nearest to the calculated 40K, but even a 47K should be ok.Anyway the values you get are normal, unfortunately these sensors are not perfectly equal, but the code I wrote makes the calibration that should solve this problem :)
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Hello, beautiful project!I would like to ask you, is there any "ino" code to upload on the Arduino board?If not, how does the G-code program know how the pins ("step" and "dir") are connected to Arduino?Thank you for patience!
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