Need to control devices that has high power or does not have the same power rating as the Arduino? Using an optoisolator relay is one wokr around you can choose to approach this issue. With that, this tutorial will give you a...
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Recently, I participated in Sprint Hacks, a 5 day designathon held by DBS Bank and Infocomm Investments at BASH, One North. (BASH = Build A Startup Here) It was a design thinking workshop cum hackathon (in 5 days) where we were tasked to solve...
Through beam sensors can be used for a variety of applications, which include counting objects, number of steps move, etc. In this post, we will be looking at how do one interface this sensor with Digispark (ATtiny85 USB Development Board).
Make a simple differential robot with Arduino & the L298N Dual Motor Controller !
Having difficulties working or understanding ROS? Or are there too little resources that can be found in the Web? This were the same difficulties I faced when I first began learning ROS. Therefore, I have decided to create a ROS tutorial series based...
Every once in a while, we will remove unnecessary or unused packages that is in our computer. But sometimes, we forget to checkout whether other packages will be removed, which may be required by some packages. With that, you unintentionally remove some packages that is...
Finally, we have another post on the self balancing robot! There were major changes to the robot, as I scrapped my old design with a new (and better?) design.
In this tutorial, we will be configuring the Virtualbox’s Network Adapter Settings so as to make the VM (Virtual Machine) accessible from all machines on your network.
This is another update on my self balancing robot project.
This is a short guide on how to configure Virtual Network Computing (VNC) in Linux.
Not much progression has been made since the last post, therefore I will keep this post short.
Installing OpenCV in linux for Python 3 is not that straight forward, so in this tutorial, we’ll go through the steps on how do we do it. We’ll be using a 64 bit Ubuntu 16.04 system, and Python 3.5 in...
A simple Arduino mini project before I resume working on the other projects. In this project, I’m using a 8×8 RGB matrix shield to display the audio visualisation of an audio file loaded in Processing.