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I love using all flavors of Arduino in the engineering classes I teach. They're great tools, and students do some truly awesome stuff with them. More and more, students want to build connected devices. This used to require an expensive WiFi … Continue reading
I start a lot of projects and never finish them. So in the spirit of documenting where I've been, here's my Poorman's Nest. Here I'm using one of my Microview's I had laying around A potentiometer (on pin A0) A … Continue reading
I bought this $30 triple axis accelerometer from sparkfun... The first thing we have to do is get it working! Wire it up. The MPU6050 uses a method of communication called IC2. I'm not an expert on this, but this is … Continue reading