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  • none 12:00 am il December 28, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, , guide, ,   

    Earth Design’s guide to Arduino, Dailyduino,Daniel Andrade,Make: 

    At Earth Design’s guide to Arduino you can download for free another guide for beginners to Arduino.

    The handbook is simple and well illustrate with good reproduction of circuits and projects.
    I don’t know exactly where it comes from and I cannot remember where I found it (damned information overload), but the illustrations reminds me the Fritzing software , good for beginners since is very basic and  low-fi.

    Good starting point  for practice and anyway guides are always welcome.

    You can also have a look at Dailyduino a website a step further from my level, but a good place for resources.

    I just love Daniel Andrade and his blog, he is an Arduino’s amateur and in his blog you can find a good section dedicated to Arduino, but if you have the time, please check out the other posts about electrical circuits, hacking,Linux and more!
    I used one of his tutorial for the code for the temperature sensor and the background of my desktop right now is the wallpaper he made, you can see it at Arduino wallpaper

    And the article about Arduino on Make:.

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  • none 9:59 pm il December 27, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, , hacking, new York,   

    New york City Resistors 

    http://www.nycresistor.com/

    you can immediately image they’re cool . Not simply because they’re from Brooklyn – New York.

    Not simply because they’re good guys hackers.

    Not simply because they’re pro DIY philosophy.

    Not simply because they call themself ‘resistors’.

    But because they’re all of them PLUS a deep sense of community and the believe that only sharing our knowledge we can improve ourself and the way we live  things.

    On one issue I’m really  upset about and is the access to the culture and barriers built up by laziness between “equals”.

    I mean what’s makes you different from me? Basically knowledge.

    I think that there are  huge holes behind the hacking: false believes, superficial virtues,terminology, accessibility.

    (Leggi il resto…)

     
  • none 7:05 pm il December 27, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, , me, procrastination,   

    stuff left behind.New category. T.e.c.H. 

    I’ve spent these latest days running behind a couple of projects,exactly as when you’re trying to fix a picture on the wall and the 5-minutes-work become a 5-hours-work, and the movements enabled are almost the same: you half-close your eyes for better see, focus your attention on a particular, incline your head now to the left, now to the right, take a deep breath and start all over again. The difference is that there’s no frame but just a computer screen in front of you.

    Anyway, that’s Arduino’s fault- my new lover- to be honest are days that I don’t touch it, but I’m deep in the process to collect all the super-fast experiences-emotions-regrets-ideas-lessons of the workshop just passed and I lost myself several times in the attempt to orient myself in this jungle of kind-of- engineering knowledge.
    During these endless internet journeys I’ve discovered a lot of bullshit and lot of diamonds and I wouldn’t miss the opportunity to spend words on both.

    but I think that these diamonds need a new category where to stay.. let’s call it T.e.c.H. as acronym of This Empathy Calls Headache or The Electricity Can Hurt or The Educative (and) Cool Hacking or Thinker Easily Caught Hearts, all entries that could be a name for an indie Canadian band, whatever meaning you link to T.e.c.H. is just tech.

    ps. The bullshit will be still publish in BlaBlaBla

     
  • none 1:00 am il December 16, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, ,   

    Second date with Arduino 

    That’s the second date and I’m not still sure about my feelings for Arduino.I Don’t know what to think because I’m attracted to it but I’m scared it’s going to use me .

    (Leggi il resto…)

     
  • none 12:34 am il December 16, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, circuits, , mic, sound sensor   

    hearphones to light up a led! 

    That’s what I’ve done in two endless days:

    advice for blondes: you don’t have necessarily  invest two days of your life to make the same sound sensor but just a bunch of minutes if you are well concentrated.

    (If you want just see the tutorial and skip the story behind -and of course you’re a man if you don’t mind the story behind- go to Arduino for man| Tutorials)

    (Leggi il resto…)

     
  • none 11:30 pm il December 15, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino,   

    Arduino to ME 

     
  • none 9:41 pm il December 15, 2009 Permalink | Rispondi
    Etichette: arduino, breadboard, , electricity, , , tutorials   

    BreadBoard, this stranger. 

    I don’t have an immediate solution to understand what a breadboard is and how it works.

    take the breadboard in your hand, touch it and turn it, explore it until you feel confident with it and start to use it.

    I can just suggest you  some slides I made (available on Slideshare )

    breadboard for blondes

    and a cool video on Youtube.

    Hope this can help!

     
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