Saturday, November 18, 2017

Mechanical Engineering

Wii Nunchuk Controlled Model Train using Arduino

Arduino Model Train
Using an Arduino microcontroller, an Adafruit motor shield, and a Wii Nunchuk, you can create a intuitive, programmable, model train controller to run your...

SCRATCH EXTENSION ARDUINO

SCRATCH EXTENSION ARDUINO
SCRATCH EXTENSION ARDUINO Quick Start To use the extension, upload the StandardFirmata program to your Arduino board and then open the Arduino extension on ScratchX.org. Introduction This Scratch...

INTERFACING PIR SENSOR WITH ARDUINO

Introduction: PIR sensors are in fact a Passive Infrared Sensor. PIR sensors are actually electronic sensors and they are used for motion detection. They are...

Blink an LED using Bluetooth

Blink an LED using Bluetooth
Blink an LED using Bluetooth Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz) from fixed and...

Stepper Motor Control : Arduino

Stepper Motor Control : Arduino Description I've had a number of stepper motors sitting in my shop for years. If we really want to do anything...

Voice Recognition Project Using EasyVR Shield

Introduction: Voice recognition is quite a difficult task and usually done on software like MATLAB, but what if someone needs a stand alone project, a...

Electronic code lock with user defined password using 8051

Electronic code lock with user defined password using 8051 microcontroller (AT89C51) SUMMARY:   An electronic lock or digital lock is a one type of 8051 microcontroller applications which has an electronic control...

TRAFFIC CONTROLLER WITH RTC

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Arduino Mega 2560

Arduino Bluetooth HC-06

Dot Matrix LED display

IC 4510

AN IR LED

arduino pro mini

ADC 0804

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