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January 24, 2013
I have some projects posted at http://electronics.onebeartoe.org/
News - Number 5 is (still) alive
about 2 weeks ago
I love the little robots from “*batteries not included”.
about 4 months ago
Here is a link to the source code for chasing/flowing EL wire, using this sequencer: https://github.com/onebeartoe/electronics/tree/master/el-sequencer/chasing_el_wire
Yep. That was the plan, if there is no source code available that demonstrates how to use this with the pigtail (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12934). Thanks, anyhow! I’ll update if I figure out the sequence to make it look like the EL is chasing.
Do y'all have any code for this product to use with chasing EL wire (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12930)?
I looked around the Sparkfun account on Github, but did not see anything for chasing EL wire.
News - Enginwedginursday: Hackin…
about 6 months ago
This is a nice write up, Joel. Keep them coming!
News - November Photoshop Contes…
about 7 months ago
News - New Product Friday: Photo…
about 10 months ago
I like the Weather Shield. I would use it as an environment monitor, for a dog house.
News - Designing a control syste…
about 11 months ago
+1 for Dia. It can create state nodes with arrow line attach points. When you move the states, the arrows stay attached.
Here is an example of a PNG I exported from Dia.
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