1. Fixing the MicroView

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    from Alasdair Allan Added 670 0 0

    The bricked MicroView after a fresh boot loader has been uploaded to the board, still cracked open. It is showing the MicroView 'Blink' sketch after programming it with Arduino IDE.

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    • Composition with light 01

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      from Caroline Devine Added 29 0 0

      This is my first experiment using light levels to influence the composition. I am Leverhulme Artist in Residence in the school of Physics and Astronomy at University of Birmingham and the tones are natural solar resonances that I have 'sonified' from data collected by the BiSON research team . Oscillations detected within the sun are made audible by increasing the frequencies in the data by a factor of 1,000,000 and then making sine waves at the new frequencies. A Light Dependant Resistor is attached to the JeeNode (Arduino) which in turn triggers samples on a sparkfun audio trigger. I can influence the light levels (and therefore the composition) by moving my hands toward or away from the LDR. Different samples are triggered according to how much light is being detected by the LDR.

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      • CIP Drones AVC Proof of Concept

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        from Adrian Johnson Added 11 0 0

        This is Team CIP Drones' proof of concept video for the 2014 Sparkfun Autonomous Vehicle Competition.

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        • Simplexity

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          from Synthestruct Added 821 12 2

          Simplexity: The duality between the simple and the complex. The video is a single shot of the light reflecting on the surface of water with a 116 hz square wave. I wanted to capture the duality in how complex something can become from something so simple - as you study the movements, pattern and form emerge. Ingredients: -Function Generator (Sparkfun FG085) - 3" Speaker - White LED - Water

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          • Floopy 42-2

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            from Larry Amati Added 11 0 0

            This F.L.O.O.P.Y.42. a fully autonomous robot.I used a APM 2.6 with external compass and added a pan and tilt by Actobotics.I It is powered by 2 12 volt batteries(24volts).Also has a Maxbotic sonar on the front.I put a GoPro camera installed on the Actobotics pan&tilt. This the second video,other video of floopy 42 on youtube. p.s. Also uses a dimension engineering 2x25 controller. Thanks for watching..

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            • neoPixel Equalizer - Sound Sensor Test

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              from JungminPark Added 107 0 0

              neoPixel Equalizer - Sound Sensor Test homepage : http://jmpark.net email : raspberry402@gmail.com

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              • SXSW Edu Playground Featuring Sparkfun

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                from Digital Den Studios Added 27 0 0

                Sparkfun is an online retail store that sells electronic project kits. We produced this short video while visiting with them at the SXSW Edu Playground in March 2014.

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                • MicroView: Chip-sized Arduino with built-in OLED Display!

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                  from MicroView Added 7,688 8 0

                  The MicroView is the first chip-sized Arduino compatible that lets you see what your Arduino is thinkingusing a built-in OLED display. Checkout more at: http://microview.io

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                  • Nema 17 Stepper playing " Scott Joplin: The Entertainer "

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                    from Frankenwäldler Added 389 1 0

                    Hardware used: - 3x Nema 17 Stepper (1,7 A 1,8°) - 1x Arduino Uno (with GRBL-firmware) - 3x EasyDriver v4.4 stepper driver

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                    • Nema 17 Stepper playing the Zelda theme

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                      from Frankenwäldler Added 452 0 0

                      Hardware used: - 3x Nema 17 Stepper (1,7 A 1,8°) - 1x Arduino Uno (with GRBL-firmware) - 3x EasyDriver v4.4 stepper driver

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