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Arduino Drawing Robot
Developing an ATtiny firefly project using Arduino and it’s IDE
Radio Telemetry for a Model Rocket
Thanks, MakersBox. I recently made one, but used a NodeMCU for the controller. In addition to the operations in your test code, the robot provides a WiFi access point and web server for sending it Logo commands. I had enough program memory to implement the FORWARD, BACKWARD, RIGHT, LEFT, and REPEAT commands along with defining functions (TO-END) with variable arguments. I still need to implement an expression parser and a way to store and retrieve functions in its internal SPIFFS file system similar to the way volab seems to be storing his alphabet on external SD card.
Using an Arduino Drawing Robot with Hour of Code Tutorials
Easy Joule Thief Soldering Project
Totally awesome. Thanks for sharing your improvements!
Low-Cost, Arduino-Compatible Drawing Robot
Tacuino: a low-cost, modular, Arduino-compatible educational platform
The best tutorial about Joule Thief so far, Can I share it on my blog?!
How to Spot the International Space Station Pass By.
Works great, this "dead" battery has a "use by" date of 2008!
Building and Using a MOSFET Arduino Shield
I made a Joule Thief DIY kit with a PCB if you don't want to chase down the parts: https://www.tindie.com/products/MakersBox/easy-joule-thief-soldering-kit/
Free-Standing Portable Hammock Stand
IKEA HACK: articulating tablet mount
Thanks for sharing MakersBox.I made one and i made some changes. I add an sd card to store alphabet.The next step, i'll add bluetooth.I share files on VoLAB wiki @ http://www.vorobotics.com/wiki/index.php?title=VOR-013
The Raspberry Pi Batinator
Does the Arduino hour of code INO work with the PRO Trinket as well or does the code need to be modified?
Arduino AVR Progamming Shield
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