Tag Archives: arduino
Recently, Federico Fissore added node.js to the package repository for the Arduino Yún. Here’s how you get node to communicate with the Arduino processor on the Yún via the Bridge library. To do this, you’ll need an Arduino Yún, a … Continue reading
Peter Knight works with Massimo and Alex and co. at Tinker.it. He’s written some great AVR code, which is useful in Arduino. For example: Secret Thermometer takes advantage of the ATMega’s internal thermometer. Turns your ‘328-based Arduino into a thermometer … Continue reading
Shigeru Kobayashi, who made Gainer and Funnel, has made yet another nifty tool for physical computing: physical x wonderfl. It combines Gainer, Funnel, Firmata, Arduino, and Wonderfl.
Sometimes you need to manage multiple events with a microcontroller that all require different timing.Â For example, you might want to control a servomotor (which requires a 20 millisecond delay), blink an LED once a second, and read some sensors … Continue reading
ITP just got some nifty flat panel mounts that can rotate 360 degrees. They’re very easy to move, it takes only one hand. When I saw them, I thought, “what good is a rotating mount if the content on the … Continue reading