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How much impact can the human body handle? This tutorial will teach you how to build your very own impact force monitor!
Do you have an idea burning in the back of your mind; a design that you just want to get out? Well, flex those creative muscles with the “Flexible PCB Contest” - sponsored by Oshpark, Hackaday and Digi-Key Electronics.
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While Useful Arduino do lack a key feature when trying to find problems with your code. However, debugging Functions on an Arduino can be implemented with code.
You can use Microsoft Excel to track your data using a time-sheet, but manually inputting times and tasks also becomes a task. We're going to build a different way to track your - using a flippable cube.
Voice recognition can be easy to set up with the EasyVR on the Arduino platform. Some soldering, and software can have you up and running in moments.
This tutorial will explain how to use the feedback function of the Smart Servo to create a
The Python programming language is revolutionizing the STEM world for development of new and upcoming ideas around evolving technologies.
With Time to Market cycles growing smaller, any way to save time while developing is helpful. Now with software tools it is easier than ever before.
You'll be a rainbow in any storm with the FLORAbrella.
When starting a microcontroller project, taking a few moments to think about the key factors of the correct IDE to use can save time and effort later.
Episode four of All the Internet of Things focuses on a robust Internet of Things service for makers and professional engineers alike: our very own Adafruit IO.
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