Member Since: July 17, 2010

Country: United States

  • News - Dangerous Prototypes Open… | about 3 years ago

    So what could possibly be more dangerous than using TTL logic to control the shocks in your car while going 100mph+. ;)
    Here’s a breadboard prototype I did of a closed loop manual controller for an adjustable Macpherson Strut that is used in a Mitsubishi 3000gt VR4.
    It uses 74xx TTL logic circuits and 1 SN754410 motor driver.
    2nd Vid actually shows it controlling the strut- if you listen closely at the beginning of the video you can hear the motors inside the strut.
    I abandonded this design approach and went a different path.

  • Product DEV-10585 | about 3 years ago

    Engadget’s write up on ioio.

  • News - Arduino Animatronic Hand | about 3 years ago

    Outstanding. Very Nicely done.

  • Tutorial - ADXL345 Quickstart Guide | about 3 years ago

    I notice your not doing any logic level conversion ( 3.3v to 5v ) for the SDA,SCL,SDO pins between the sensor and the Arduino pins.
    Is this because in your example you are using a 3.3v Arduino or because it’s not neccessary for an SPI interface?
    Thanks Marcus

  • Product DEV-10039 | about 3 years ago

    Presumably the Arduino communicates to the shield via the SPI Interface pins.
    So Is there any sample Arduino code for this shield?
    This shield has a mini Joystick & Serial LCD pins - this would require Arduino code to use these yes? or is there Software already loaded on the board to use these devices?

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