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TinySewer is a Portenta-powered camera module for sewer faults detectionby Arduino Team on 17 September 2021 at 13:00
We all interact with the sewer system at multiple points throughout the day, and having it fail can lead to catastrophic results. Every year in the United States alone, an estimated 23,000 to 75,000 sewer pipe failures are reported, which means billions of gallons of untreated and hazardous waste is released into the environment. But The post TinySewer is a Portenta-powered camera module for sewer faults detection appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Arduino Cloud widgets and data downloads get a design overhaulby Arduino Team on 16 September 2021 at 10:47
Arduino Cloud dashboard widgets have had a redesign, and you can now grab your historical data downloads much more efficiently. The changes are live now, so let's take a look. The post Arduino Cloud widgets and data downloads get a design overhaul appeared first on Arduino Blog.
The perfect fit with the Portenta H7 Liteby Arduino Team on 13 September 2021 at 13:12
The Portenta H7 Lite is a brand new, streamlined solution for AI applications and low-latency control projects. Perfect for everything from high-end industrial machinery to laboratory equipment and mission-critical devices. The post The perfect fit with the Portenta H7 Lite appeared first on Arduino Blog.
VEKTORKOLLEKTOR is a mobile vector drawing machine powered by Arduinoby Arduino Team on 12 September 2021 at 21:01
Public art installations are a great way to express your creativity while simultaneously sharing it with others. Niklas Roy, a maker who builds interactive art installations in Berlin, Germany had the idea to create a machine that lets people draw pictures and then share them digitally too, which he calls the VEKTORKOLLEKTOR. Designed in collaboration The post VEKTORKOLLEKTOR is a mobile vector drawing machine powered by Arduino appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This YouTuber made his own battery spot welder from an old microwave using Arduinoby Arduino Team on 11 September 2021 at 17:13
YouTuber Robert Dunn (known as Under Dunn) had just received a large box of loose cylindrical battery cells and therefore wanted to join them together to create a large battery pack. Ordinarily, this is accomplished by utilizing a specialized type of tool called a battery spot welder that is used to tack nickel strips onto The post This YouTuber made his own battery spot welder from an old microwave using Arduino appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Use the Nano 33 BLE Sense’s IMU and gesture sensor to control a DJI Tello droneby Arduino Team on 8 September 2021 at 0:33
Piloting a drone with something other than a set of virtual joysticks on a phone screen is exciting due to the endless possibilities. DJI’s Tello can do just this, as it has a simple Python API which allows for basic aspects to be controlled such as taking off, landing, and moving within a horizontal plane. Soham The post Use the Nano 33 BLE Sense’s IMU and gesture sensor to control a DJI Tello drone appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Measuring 20V signals on an Arduino Uno with a quantizerby Arduino Team on 7 September 2021 at 21:20
The Arduino Uno is well-known for its 10-bit 5V ADC within its ATmega328p, which means that it takes between 0 and 5V as input and produces a digital value that ranges from 0 to 1023. However, attempting to measure any voltage above 5V will cause some less-than-desirable results, such as creating magic smoke and destroying The post Measuring 20V signals on an Arduino Uno with a quantizer appeared first on Arduino Blog.
DIY 3D water depth mapping with Arduinoby Arduino Team on 7 September 2021 at 17:31
Knowing the exact depths that water reaches within a harbor can be vital to navigating around certain hidden obstacles that might cause a boat to become stuck. But rather than using an expensive drone or even satellite to take these measurements, Jan Neumann was able to create a DIY version that is a fraction of the cost. The The post DIY 3D water depth mapping with Arduino appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Meet Roamer, a companion robot that charges itselfby Arduino Team on 4 September 2021 at 15:52
Tiny mobile robots are a blast to use. They are fast, fun, and can even be autonomous. However, they all suffer from a similar issue: batteries, which are notorious for running out of charge quickly when the motors are kept spinning for too long. To address this issue, Mike Rigsby came up with a small robot that The post Meet Roamer, a companion robot that charges itself appeared first on Arduino Blog.
The smartChair is a Nano 33 IoT-based stand-up and walking aidby Arduino Team on 2 September 2021 at 20:23
Over time, people age and naturally tend to lose some or most of their mobility, leading to a need for a wheelchair, walker, or other assistive device. This led hitesh.boghani to submit his project, which he calls the smartChair, to element14’s Design for a Cause 2021 contest. This build features a sort of pseudo-walker that enables a user The post The smartChair is a Nano 33 IoT-based stand-up and walking aid appeared first on Arduino Blog.