1) The motor controller didn’t work with the steering motor, but WHY not? I wouldn’t be satisfied until I knew the reason behind it, or at least had a hypothesis. [Continue reading on original article]

 
SweetStepperof[Jeremy]‘sRocksOutwithitsBoxOut

Inspired by the floppy drive orchestras of others, [Jeremy] has built a Pi-driven MIDI music box with stepper motor resonators and outlined the build on hackaday.io. [Continue reading on original article]

Sep 192014
 

Never forget to feed your fish again with this DIY fish feeder, which is Arduino controlled and can be programmed to automatically feed the fish at a fixed interval of time. It uses a servo motor to release the food from a container into the aquarium when it’s time to feed the fishes. [Continue reading […]

Sep 192014
 

If you head over to the downloads page, you’ll find new versions of our Raspbian image and NOOBS installer. Alongside the usual firmware and kernel improvements, major changes to the Raspbian image include: [Continue reading on original article]

Web browser released!

 news  Comments Off
Sep 192014
 

Update: Marco Barisione, who led the browser work at Collabora has written a blog post about it. [Continue reading on original article]

Sep 082014
 
Spray Chalk Machine – DIY Tech Blog

[Continue reading on original article]

Sep 082014
 

Cubeberg’s VFD clock kits are back in stock at the 43oh Store!  The kit includes all components necessary to build up the clock, except the MSP430 Launchpad. Code is freely available @ the wiki page and is kept up-to-date. The kit also comes with a VFD tube and ships in a USPS priority box. [Continue reading on […]

 
Suggest A Scan Interface Application – Five Entries Win A Target Board And An MSP-FET

[Continue reading on original article]

Sep 082014
 

As you might have spotted, if you follow us on Twitter, Eben and I spent the last week and a bit touring China, meeting the Raspberry Pi community there and giving interviews to the press, with some sterling organisational help from our friends at RS Components. (A special and huge thank you to Eric Lee, […]

 

Francois AUGER & Philippe Fretaud has posted this Design Idea on EDN that shows how to drive three LEDs and scan three tact switches with only three I/O pins of microcontroller. They have demonstrated the technique using the Atmel microcontroller (Arduino), and the technique could be useful for any low pin count devices where you […]

© 2011 Geko Geek This is a news aggregator website. Articles and images are copyrighted to their original source authors. Gekogeek takes no responsibility about the articles content Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha