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Basic principles in PCB design
I thought this could come handy. EMI and power surge problems are common in digital circuit design. The following list is a compilation of suggestions I have … Read more
Lives on a table, reacts to light
Using a
This is my first attiny project after getting an led to blink. I guess it's a little ambitious - I hadn't even cracked the datasheet when I started. For my plan I … Read more
This is not the first robot I have built. I built it one weekend when I was unable to use my computer (so I was bored), and just using parts I had at my … Read more
Drives around on fridge door, water heater or table
Using a
My LadyBugBot clone is finally finished. Or finished the second time because it got broken earlier. Now I kinda cheated and shot a new video of it running on a … Read more
Lights up when it becomes dark and lets you get in bed without breaking your feet or furniture in the bedroom :D
This is my little LightBox, a night light. Basically what it does: When you switch off lights, it lights up for a minute for you to reach your bed without accidents … Read more
Apparently it's pinewood derby time at my mother's church again, so she bought a car kit for my son and I to build. After a bit of thought we decided on a 30's hot … Read more
recieves commands sent by a computer thru a USB port and executes commands .
Using a
hello all ! , im new here and this is one advanced creation of mine which im going to submit here and follow up on its development . Read more
Navigate around using Sharp IR
Using a
Based on Fritsl's design I'm working on my first robot. I built the robot and it works but the only problem is that my servo won't do anything. I copied and … Read more
Buzzes around by manual remote control
Using a
My very first encounter with electronics - a very simple manually controlled robot. The main brain controlling it is a Attiny2313 + a motor driver board based on … Read more
Add 10-bit incremental / absolute encoder feedback to your hobby servo.
Modified continuous-rotation servos are used extensively by roboticists due to their small form-factor, enclosed motor-gearbox, ease of mounting and … Read more
When I joined LMR I had just written my first picaxe program.The picaxe was easy to learn since I knew basic and the manuals gave you all the information you … Read more
Hi, This is my first post to this forum, maybe time to let you see my robotic project. Five months ago i planned to make a two wheeled balancing platform. I wanted … Read more
Write on the pavement at high speed!
Using a
Speed writter races around with a spring loaded piece of jumbo chalk writting words. Using a hacked "Rebound" RC car for the body and an Arduino Nano for the … Read more

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Code Post - Interfacing Arduino and Python

This is something I've done by hand at least ten times and always seem to lose it so I've decided to post it here. It is an easy way to debug and test stuff will developing software for the Arduino (or any Microcontroller really). There is a python code that sends string messages to the arduino over serial based on which arrow key on your keyboard is pressed. There is also an Arduino code that listens for these messages, then repeats the message back to the PC to make sure it went through.

Hi guys, Just wanted to make you all aware of a new project that is going to be released on Kickstarter on the 16th May.  Read more
Walk and detect color, objects and Faces, Recognizes Speech.
EVO-Meaning to Evolve as you learn. I started this project as a way to make a adjustable biped figure so I could easily determine the center of gravity and foot … Read more
Connects electronics to WiFi. Easy to program
UPDATE: 27/04/2015 Wow: there has been a great welcome for this new WiPy! All spots of reviews are closed already! However, please write your comment on what you … Read more

Shipping

I've been setting up my profile for selling on the marketplace and am wondering if there are any seller settings or tables to use for adding shipping classes. 

For now I've included shipping costs into the price. 

Thanks!

 

David

FrankNeon on LMR.

Keeps my office plant healthy, wins a contest
This is my entry into the Tech Week Europe Office Gadget Challenge. Office Plant Baby Sitter (OPBS) Read more

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NodeMCU ESP8266 simple httpd (web server) example

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