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Heart Drum Jammer

Performance idea from Joshua Graver uses a heart monitor connected to a speaker to become a human metronome:

This is the first experiment in using a wireless heart monitor to trigger a drum machine using Arduino and MIDI.
As the heart rate increases, so does the timbre and frequency of the kick drum.

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Joshua also has a Tumblr blog (denisedeetz) here

I just got a ESP8266-01 wifi module and wanted to make a led that is controlled from my own website. Now the thing is, the only tutorials i found used their own webserver, and not a website outside of their Lan.So my question, is there a way to read data from a website outside of your own network? via /r/arduino

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Gem for my Steven Universe cosplay for Wizard World next month.

Modified from this Thing on Thingiverse.

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Another SIAT project that I created with my IAT 267 group last Fall! I didn’t upload the video until now because I kept meaning to reupload a better edited version to youtube before posting it here

There were a lot of blood, sweat, and tears shed over this one; even though it was “incomplete” due to time constraints (as we never got Arduino and Processing to quite connect the way we wanted it to) it still turned out amazing

First of all, I had no idea that /r/arduino even existed until today, so cool beans for that.Anyways, I need help with my senior project in my electronics class. My initial idea was to design a cellphone detector that used LEDs as indicators. I searched online a bit for some tips on large(ish) projects like this and eventually came across the Arduino Uno. I now own one and have plans to use it for my project.My question is, How can I utilize the Arduino Uno’s analog ports to detect cellphone signal?Now, I understand that there are probably hundreds of ways to go about doing such a thing, but please bear with my novice, as I’m only a senior in high school.Thanks in advance! via /r/arduino

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What’s an Arduino? Jimmy Fallon knows it…

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An Arduino Uno appeared at The Tonight Show thanks to a project called Wildfire Warning System created by a 14 years old girl from California. Take a look at the video to discover how  you can detect fires  using a gas sensor and a temperature sensor.

And guess what? Jimmy Fallon knows what an Arduino is! Watch the video:

Trying to start my first fun little project with my arduino that I got last month. Ive done all the projects in the manual but those are too boring at this point. I am trying to make a public website (which I did not create) communicate with my arduino, specifically the LEDs. Every time a number goes above a certain value on the website, I want an LED to illuminate. Is this something that is possible? Can someone point me in the right direction?Thanks! via /r/arduino

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What’s an Arduino? Jimmy Fallon knows it…

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Hi, I found a nice Larson scanner sketch that I would like to use. The problem is that it uses a delay. I need to use millis. I have tried modifying it, but I am unable to get it to scan properly. It just flies through the sequence very fast. It is on a Mega. Below is the code I am trying, but it isn’t working. I just can’t seem to wrap my head around it. Any help would be great! Thank you! Sorry about the formatting!!!! http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=196057.0 Please follow this link and scroll down to jord3t’s post. Thank you!int scanPinArray[] = {36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45}; int scanLen = sizeof(scanPinArray) / sizeof(int); int scanDir = 1; //long interval = 700; unsigned long scanTimerMillis = 0; // Stores last time Scanner was updatedvoid setup() { for (int scanPin = 0; scanPin 0; –scanLed)fadeIn(scanLed); } else{ scanDir = 1; for (int scanLed=0; scanLed scanTimerMillis){ if(scanDir==1 && pos>0)analogWrite(scanPinArray[pos-1], 255-bri); if(scanDir==0 && pos0) { –pos; pulse_width_modulation(pos); } } via /r/arduino

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