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Homeassistant Alarm Buzzer
Downloading Tasmota Onto a Gosund WP5 or WP3 Smart Plug With Locked Firmware
Fast Charging Portable Power Station
HackerBox 0054: Smart Home
Portable Sound Analyzer on ESP32
Arduino Morse Code Writer
I am always fascinated by Morse Code devices. This one has a lot going for it. I hope to give it a try soon. Nice job!
Rainbow Audio-Reactive Flute
Simple Solar Circuits
Great tips! Thanks
DIY Ir Remote Controlled Led Strip
Control Sonoff From Raspberry Pi
Multi-Channel Sonoff - Voice Activated Lights
MiniMin - a Theremin Style Instrument From 6 Components
DIY Lab Bench Power Supply
Fallout Inspired Fusion Cell - Internet Monitor
Nicely explained! I hope to give this a try soon. BTW I grew up with Lightening Bugs too. :-)Thanks.
Automatic Dark Detector Cum Jack-o'-lantern
Wireless Solar Charge Controller Monitor ( RS485 to WiFi Using ESP 8266)
Literary Clock Made From E-reader
Tiny Moon Tide Clock
Tide and Weather Clock
Giant Tide Clock
RGB Matrix + Spectrum Analyzer
7 Band Led Audio Visualizer
Wow! You put in a tremendous amount of work on this. Very very nice Instructable!
ESP32 WiFi Weather Station With a BME280 Sensor
I found it on hackaday.io. Thanks.
Sound Bending Synth
Racer1TN I cannot find the raindrops program. Is it somewhere in the exaamples? Thanks.
rob_hunt are you supplying it enough power?
This box is great fun! I plan to continue to program with this screen. It was nice to play without having to get out my soldering iron.
HackerBox 0036: JumboTron
nthue are you getting an error like this:-----------Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/dj/.arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool/2.3.1/esptool.py", line 34, in <module> import serialImportError: No module named serialexit status 1Error compiling for board DOIT ESP32 DEVKIT V1.----------If so, then you are missing the python serial file. I am running Linux Mint, so the fix was:sudo apt-get remove python-serialsudo apt-get install python-pipsudo pip install pyserial----
Using Linux Mint, in Arduino IDE I had to select Tools/Processor/ATmega328P (Old Bootloader). Using the other selection caused sync errors on upload.
HackerBox 0035: ElectroChemistry
HackerBox 0034: SubGHz
HackerBox 0033: Toys of Summer
HackerBox 0031: the Ether
Versatile Volt, Ampere, and Power Meter
HackerBox 0030: Lightforms
HackerBox 0029: Field Kit
HACKERBOX 0028: JamBox
HackerBox 0027: Cypherpunk
DIY Solar Garage
A fun build! I modified it a bit to use NeoPixels.
Color Mixer With Arduino
HackerBox 0026: BioSense
Great unboxing and explaining! My CJMCU also did not have Blink. But it programmed fine, once I fixed the Linux permission issues.
Loved this HackerBox! Must be just my speed. :-)I enjoyed learning the different ways to use the LEDs and about a Rubber Duckie, which I may look into further later.....Cool knit hat!
Using Linux I could not upload to the LilyTiny until I added a new rules file. I would get an error: "micronucleus: library/micronucleus_lib.c:66: micronucleus_connect: Assertion `res >= 4' failed".Using the fix from "http://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/linuxtroubleshooting" I added the file "/etc/udev/rules.d/49-micronucleus.rules" as root. Uploading to the LilyTiny works now.
HackerBox 0025: Flair Ware
Solar USB Charger
HackerBox 0024: Vision Quest
I thought it was exciting when an email actually came in!
Connected Cat Feeder Using a Strain Gauge and an ESP32
HackerBox 0023: Digital Airwaves
The link to python has an extra "." at the end so it gets a 404 Fail.http://python.microbit.org/editor.htmlThis one should work, or manually type it in. :-)
HackerBox 0022: BBC Micro:Bit
And now I am hungry! Nice Instructable.
Took it for a ride yesterday. It worked very well, with just one little hitch. For some reason partway through my trip it appears that I took a very quick detour to India! I think the GPS may have dropped a bit or two. My Long went from -441 to -278, then zipped right back to the correct -441. :-) Actually, my Long should be -81, but for some reason I continually get -360 + -81, so -441. GPS Visualizer seems OK with the -441.
Very nice! I am surprised at the accuracy of the GPS and it's replay. I plan to have a lot more fun using the pieces that I learned on this one. :-)
HackerBoxes 0021: Hacker Tracker
Very nice project. Love the saying.
Well it is done! WooHoo! OK, so a couple of the lights don't work, but the rest does! There were a few challenges with Linux as well as the LEDs, but it's all good.
Perfect! Nice job.