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In this video, the presenter will be building All-in-One Robot using an Arduino Development Board. To download Source Code: click here Courtesy: DIY Builder
Be it for weather prediction, detecting air flow movement through pipelines or obtaining altitude position with the help of a drone, pressure measurement plays an important role in a wide range of applications such as gas leakage, detection of...
The altimeter is one of the basic and most essential devices used in-flight systems, drones, space rockets, and submarines to measure the altitude of a location (known as altimetry for land and bathymetry if underwater). It is also one...
This is an automatic liquid vending machine based on radio-frequency identification (RFID) system. A fixed amount of liquid can be dispensed by swiping an RFID tag across the RFID reader. An alphanumeric LCD is used to display the operation...
Arduino is a perfect mindless slave. Give it a job and it performs the task endlessly without defaulting even for a nano second. On the other hand, Raspberry Pi, or Raspi, is a computer that has a brain of...
In this project, an Android application is developed to control light animations using six different LED chasing patterns. Additionally, blinking speed of LEDs is also controlled from the smartphone using fast, moderate and slow buttons on the app. The...
Digital compass and protractor are two of the most basic tools for specifying directions and measuring angles. But sometimes it is difficult to get accurate angle measurement for certain structures and geometrical shapes using these traditional tools, for example,...
Presented here is the circuit that drives twenty LEDs in a random manner. LED flashers and sequencers are used in decorative lights to give pretty colour combinations by glowing LEDs in random or sequential manner. This flasher has a...
This is a very simple digital distance meter, which you can add to your water-level indicator circuit to show water level in a tank, or use it for a school/college project. The author’s prototype is shown in Fig. 1. Circuit...
As you may already know, using a USB OTG (on-the-go) adaptor, you can connect pen drives, game controllers, etc to your Android device. This adaptor can also be used to power small devices like Arduino boards from Android devices. However,...