The IMSAI8080 was a pretty special machine, mainly because it was considered the very first “clone” computer, being sold in kit form in the mid 70s. This is the buildout of one of the better IMSAI8080 clones around.
My last Teensy review concentrated more on version 3.5.
This review will be taking a look at the 3.6 and the changes that have happened to Teensyduino.
Paul Stoffregen's new Teensy is packed with features.
Why is this board such a milestone? Will it become the “Raspberry Pi” of the Arduino world?
The Weekly Roundup has a few interesting products with LIDARs, Arduinos, audio and video processing, MESH networks and even an open source power supply.
This is the start of a series that I'll be publishing every week letting you know of some interesting Maker products you can get on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Tindie, and all the popular and non-popular vendor sites and anything else I can find.
I'll highlight some of the more interesting products in my video, and put the rest up here. My aim is to give you a heads up so you don't have to go searching.
Episode 6 of MickMake Mates tutorial into Learning Arduino takes a walk through the code of the debounce tutorial.
What can you do with an Arduino, bathroom scales, load cell amplifier and audio amplifier? Make a Learner Driver braking assist system, of course!
So you want to know how to make a Bluetooth enabled Doorbell that you can build in a day?
What about controlling it from your smart phone? This tutorial will show you how easy it is!
The new Simblee has been on the market for around a year. How can you use the Simblee BLE in your next IoT project? How easy is it to create nice looking smartphone apps straight from the Arduino IDE?
How does it perform in a real world example?
Episode 5 of MickMake Mates tutorial into LearningArduino builds on previous episodes and takes you further into LearningArduino. This episode covers:
- What is debounce?
- What are some ways of resolving debounce?
- What does a capacitor do?
- The start of an Uber project that merges 3 tutorials into one.
MickMake is teaching Tim how to program an Arduino so that he can build an automatic firing mechanism for his Nerf guns. In Episode 4 he learns about resistor colour codes, pullup resistors, potentiometers, and reading Analog data.
So you want to learn Arduino?
One of my mates, Tim, is on a mission to do the same. In this third episode Tim looks at detecting inputs.
So you want to learn Arduino? So does one of my mates, Tim. In this second video episode Tim leaps into creating his first program.
So you want to learn Arduino? So does one of my mates, Tim. In this first video episode you can learn along with Tim.
The Blueduino is the cheapest Arduino based BLE board that supports full iBeacon functionality. It's been on the market for almost a year now with the original version released late 2014. But, is it good enough for your application?