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Adafruit’s Perma Proto Bonnet Mini Kit – hands on

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How to Build a Candle Light LED Lamp (flame effect) with Arduino Micro

Introduction LED lamps are usually quite easy to build, and using simple materials you can create really fun effects. But what about an LED lamp that simulates the flickering effect of a candle light? There are LEDs which have a "built-in" flickering effect, and there are also ways to create this effect at circuit level.… Continue reading How to Build a Candle Light LED Lamp (flame effect) with Arduino Micro

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Playing with RGB LEDs on Arduino

Introduction Regular LEDs are great, but I have such a hard time choosing the right color for a project! Sometimes one color just isn't enough. What if we could decide the color of the LED on the go? Better yet, what if we could change the color of the LED multiple times at code level,… Continue reading Playing with RGB LEDs on Arduino

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Getting Started with Raspberry Pi: LED blinking on Raspberry Pi Zero

Introduction LEDs are probably the best thing that ever happened in electronics, they go well with absolutely everything (like raisins, pretty much) and as it turns out, they're pretty simple to work with. That's why they're just perfect for any beginner tutorial on electronics. This tutorial will show you how to control an LED from… Continue reading Getting Started with Raspberry Pi: LED blinking on Raspberry Pi Zero

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Audio Streaming with Raspberry Pi Zero W and Adafruit’s I2S Mic

The Raspberry Pi came to revolutionize the world of makers alike. Unlike Arduino, the Raspberry Pi runs a whole Linux distribution on it (Raspbian) and allows you to work with software in a much higher level. You can use pretty much any programming language to create whatever you want. You can even use its graphic… Continue reading Audio Streaming with Raspberry Pi Zero W and Adafruit’s I2S Mic

Arduino, Tutorials

Fade / Pulse effect with Arduino Micro: video tutorial

The Arduino Micro is a very compact microcontroller board based on theĀ ATmega32U4 microcontroller. It's super handy for small projects, and the good thing about Arduinos is that they have a bunch of compatible stuff you can find rather easily on the market, and they have less moving parts compared to a Raspberry; however, you have… Continue reading Fade / Pulse effect with Arduino Micro: video tutorial

Hands-on

Raspberry Pi Zero – Unboxing and Initial Setup

The Raspsberry Pi Zero is the smallest and cheapest member of the Raspbery Pi family. It's cheap and powerful enough for a handful of funny and interesting projects! The version without wireless costs about 5 euros and the version with wireless costs about 11 euros, prices from Amsterdam stores. Here are the full specs, from… Continue reading Raspberry Pi Zero – Unboxing and Initial Setup

Tutorials

Getting Started with Arduino: led blinking on Arduino Micro Tutorial

Introduction LEDs are probably the best thing that ever happened in electronics, they go well with absolutely everything (like raisins, pretty much) and as it turns out, they're pretty simple to work with. That's why they're just perfect for any beginner tutorial on electronics. This tutorial will show you the very basics of working with… Continue reading Getting Started with Arduino: led blinking on Arduino Micro Tutorial