The POV yellow lace as a virtual image rendering. Continue Reading →
I’ve designed this dimmable Arduino RGB led driver board to be cheap and easy to build. This board has 3 separate driver channels for R, G and B leds with up to 1A each. The final user can regulate the output current by setting reference voltage resistors.
If you are looking for a led driver that is simple and cheap to build here you can find instructions on how to build your own.
Ultimaker 2 is among us! I’ve been waiting a long time to get one of those. After a research on internet this one seemed the way to go. And it hasn’t let me down. Continue reading to find out my process of getting a second hand Ultimaker 2 up and running (not easy). Continue Reading →
In this part we get our hands dirty by installing the sensor and putting the code in the arduino energy meter. Our “Hello world’ of energy metering.
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For those interested, Arduino MKR1000 is a new board that Arduino is launching the next February 2016. It’s focus it in the IoT realm. Arduino and Microsoft have joined forces and initiate a contest which the 1000 first pre-selected candidates will win a brand new Arduino MKR1000 board before they are even released to the public. Continue Reading →