Despite my having to learn an entirely new coding language, the #raspberrypi has beaten the #arduino. #progress #thesiscountdown #day92 I’m not sponsored by #santosdumont or anything, they just gave good notepads at the careers fair. #productdesign #interactiondesign #socialmedia #future #speculativedesign #notes #writing #decisions by yodaomahony @ http://ift.tt/24f7WMb
Published on May 29, 2016 maasijam
“Atmospheric ambient ipad session with only animoog sequenced by fugue maschine and controlled by my self-made arduino midi controller. Live recording in one take.
Fugue Machine [iTunes]
DIY Arduino Midicontroller
3D printing hit the mainstream a few years ago thanks in part to the open-source 3D printer market. The origins of this transition had to do with expiring patents held by the traditionally held commercial 3D printing companies. Since then, several small businesses have sprung up around the emerging low-cost 3D printer market. Some of these companies embraced the open-source mentality, while others are seeking shelter with patents. Well, recent developments brought on by the Michigan Technological University is guiding things back into the intended direction thanks to Franklin, the open-source wireless 3D printer controller. What the controller does […]
old #arduino compatible #chipkit add on board for the raspberry pi, with 32 bit Pic32 microcontroller, got it as a free demo, never even played with it. #embedded #pic32 #microchip #raspberrypi #c++ #maker #mittenstate #Michigan #devboard by mcscoder @ http://ift.tt/1NWCgcw
LEDbits is an elegant and modular toolkit that takes the burdens out of building lamps with High Power LED technology. With LEDbits, you have complete freedom to build beautiful, high quality lights, without the hassle of electronical and thermal management. Just choose your light color, shape the form of your beam and hit up your controls. Pick one of our many plug and play controls, or build your own with Arduino or Raspberry Pi. And with the large selection of connectors, the modules attach to virtually every material to blend seamlessly in your lamp design.
Simple project designed to detect a bird landing on a feeder and then take a photo.The way this project works is by firstly using a standard PIR unit which gives an output when movement is detected, then the Arduino Nano gives out a IR code to trigger the Canon camera.This should have been a simple … By: mr_fid