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Thanks a lot. Your words motivate me to work on interesting stuff.
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Yeah. I will work on those things. Thanks a lot for suggestions.
I'm extremely sorry for the mistake in the circuit diagram. I'll rectify this.
Yes. U just need to have a SIM card and you can give miss call which won't cost you anything
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Thanks a lot for your words. This motivates me write more
Oh. I didn't know that.
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Oh. That's a good idea for feedback. Thanks a lot sir.
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Connect two LDRs to Arduino microcontroller and read analog voltage of each. Compare both using if condition and then output it accordingly on digital pins.
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Wonderful instructable. Looks cool.
It's opensource computer hardware or I can simply discribe it as microcontroller for everyone.i.e anyone can learn this without any pre requisites. For more information on this please refer www.arduino.cc
Yeah you can use 2 or more sensors. Or if u want you can use a raspberry pi with camera to calculate maximum colour and then that info van be sent to neopixel LED. For PC you can use some vbscript to give colour values over serial port and then using that colour info to neopixel led.
Hey. I'm yet to integrate hue in this. I'll try and I'll let you know my progress. Here's video link :https://youtu.be/-wrkIzEo6Ls
I have mentioned applications in step 5. Please go through it. Something like this.
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Yes. Of course, you can use nrf24l01. This uses SPI communication between the microcontroller and the NRF24L01 module. This will help you to increase the range of your plane. There are many libraries like Radiohead library, RF24 library etc. Code part will remain same you can replace the virtual wire library to RF24 library and send the data through the SDO or MOSI pin etc.
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Oh. Thanks a lot. I got it. Thanks again for piece of information.
You can check this video. https://youtu.be/1XdKoZKHj5M
Yes. You are right. Fringes are perpendicular to the wire Even I got the same result. In my experiment the wire was at about 40 degree to horizontal so I obtained fringes perpendicular to it.
Hey, thanks for your comment. This is diffraction experiment
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Hi Michal Choma, Thanks for your comments. The bright part of the dotted lines are nothing but fringes of diffraction pattern. You can refer this : http://physicsed.buffalostate.edu/pubs/StudentIndepStudy/EURP09/Young/Young.html
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Hey, Woderful project. Can you please send me the main code my email id is email@example.com
Awesome project bro.
Hey, you can check the wireless connectivity between Tx and Rx like this, once you power up both Tx and Rx side , Rx LED of arduino nano turns on or blinks as data it receives data. Check the data pin connections of both RF modules. Pin no 11 in receiver side and 12 in transmitter side.
Thats receiver. Data pin pin of that receiver is connected to arduino nano's pin no 11 as shown in figure. And tge power to receiver unit is provided by ESC's BEC .