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Wireless Altoids Display

This Instructable will show you how to modify an Altoids tin for a wireless 2x16 character display. Using an Altoids tin was inspired by the need to have a small yet protective enclosure for a pair of Xbee modules recently bought from Sparkfun. I purchased the Xbee Pro modules with external antenna for the extended range the setup provides (useful for future projects). Then I realised I would need to mount ...

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Wi-Fi Enabled Coil Gun with iPhone App

We’ve covered loads of airsoft, nerf, and gun projects, and here’s another superb pr0ject to add to our collection.  It’s a coil gun placed on a turret which is triggered via Wi-Fi.   Additionally, it uses remote targeting and shooting through an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Don’t Miss: Our collection of airsoft and gun projects It was built by a few engineering students for their final project.  A video cam ...

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A credit card sized Ethernet Arduino compatable controller board using ATmega168 microcontroller

I love the Arduino as a simple and accessible controller platform for many varied projects.  A few months ago, a purchased an Ethernet shield for my Arduino controller to work on some projects with a mate of mine - it was a massive hit - for the first time, I could control my projects remotely using simple software. That got me thinking - The Arduino costs about $30AUD, and the Ethernet board cost about $30 ...

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Use Google Voice Search through Arduino & Bluetooth

With Google announcing the launch of Voice Search for desktop, we couldn’t help thinking that there was even more fun to be had with talking to a computer. So, we went ahead and built an open source dev board to inspire people to build their own useful and wacky contraptions to take Voice Search to another level. Out of the box, the Verbalizer connects wirelessly to your computer via Bluetooth and when trig ...

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Telnet to your Arduino/AVR!

The other day I was wanting to check on one of my AVR's but I was upstairs and god knows it was too much of a hassle to go downstairs to where the microcontroller was. But, there were two idle computers sitting upstairs next to my lazy butt, so I had a half-day from work and decided to write an application that binds two ports: a serial port to connect to the Arduino/AVR and a TCP/IP port that I could telne ...

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Hacking your Digg Button with a Removable Interface Cable using AVR

The Digg Button from adafruit industries www.adafruit.com is a very simple DIY electronics kit suitable for beginners. It consists of a microprocessor, a 3-digit display, a button and some available i/o pins. As it comes from adafruit, it's a counter that displays the number of times it's button has been pressed. The open i/o lines can be connected with jumpers (small pieces of wire) to produce a couple of ...

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Build your own (cheap!) multi-function wireless camera controller using Microcontroller AVR ATMega8

Introduction Ever fancied building your own camera controller? IMPORTANT NOTE: Capacitors for the MAX619 are 470n or 0.47u.  The schematic is correct, but the component list was wrong - updated. This is an entry into the Digital Days competition so if you find it useful, please rate/vote/comment favourably!  If you reallly like it and are a stumbler, hit "i like it!" :) Update: featured on hackaday! hackada ...

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