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MIT App Inventor

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Thermal Imaging

clock März 29, 2014 20:31 by author Administrator

article article2 IREye

The parts used were:
Melexis’s MLX90614?DCI ($52), Arduino microcontroller($30), powder-coated metal enclosure for Arduino($30), Hitec HS425BB x 2 servos($13×2), DDT500H for pan-tilt mechanism($25), plastic mount for servos($5), COM-08654 Laser module with digital controller($19)

VUSB without Interrupt

clock März 24, 2014 00:03 by author Administrator

Interrupt free VUSB at HackaDay and MicroNucleus



AVR-CDC (RS-232)

Graphing data from TEMPER

clock März 23, 2014 23:59 by author Administrator


AVR–SPI Communications Primer

clock März 23, 2014 21:57 by author Administrator

here to DAC


clock März 10, 2014 06:17 by author Administrator


FFT Filtering

clock März 10, 2014 05:40 by author Administrator


Arduino Ressource Map used by Arduino Functions

clock März 10, 2014 05:28 by author Administrator



Android Docs–Bluetooth

clock März 10, 2014 02:05 by author Administrator


Using REST as a command protocol for web-to-serial applications

clock März 5, 2014 06:28 by author Administrator

article  Rest

For a more detailed explanation, see Understanding REST or Building Web Services the REST way.

Serial to JSON in Node.js and Arduino

Gathering Sensor Data SensorNode


CAN Shield

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clock März 3, 2014 04:18 by author Administrator


Android Beginners Guide

clock März 3, 2014 03:48 by author Administrator


Script your car

clock März 3, 2014 02:56 by author Administrator



clock März 3, 2014 02:20 by author Administrator

here boards und Senseo


clock März 3, 2014 02:12 by author Administrator


Delphi Basics

clock März 3, 2014 01:21 by author Administrator


YUN–sketch uploader

clock März 2, 2014 23:28 by author Administrator


with PHP on project

.NET Source Code–RefeenceSource

clock März 1, 2014 20:47 by author Administrator

here with this details

Arithmetic Tutorials and Topics

clock März 1, 2014 20:08 by author Administrator

here for Sensor Smoothing

Polling analog temperature sensors once a second needed smoothing and I did not want to loose accuracy or take up Sram with floating point numbers so I chose to use intigers and multiply by 16 rather than 10 using the base formula:

Av n = Val n + (Av n-1)*15/16

It becomes 16Av n = 16Val n + 15(Av n-1) where I want to use (16AV n) further on in the programm to preserve accuracy

so using 16Av n as the variable in the code

becomes 16Av n =  (Val n << 4) + (16Av n-1)- ((16Av n-1)  >> 4)

It seems to work pretty well

Arduino Topics: TaskManager

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