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Mapping Dance syncs movement and stage lighting using tinyMLby Arduino Team on 22 October 2021 at 17:18
Being able to add dynamic lighting and images that can synchronize with a dancer is important to many performances, which rely on both and music and visual effects to create the show. Eduardo Padrón aimed to do exactly that by monitoring a performer’s moves with an accelerometer and triggering the appropriate AV experience based on the recognized movement. The post Mapping Dance syncs movement and stage lighting using tinyML appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This tinyML device counts your squats while you focus on your formby Arduino Team on 22 October 2021 at 1:47
Getting in your daily exercise is vital to living a healthy life and having proper form when squatting can go a long way towards achieving that goal without causing joint pain from doing them incorrectly. The Squats Counter is a device worn around the thigh that utilizes machine learning and TensorFlow Lite to automatically track The post This tinyML device counts your squats while you focus on your form appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Light Deck is a MIDI Lightroom controllerby Arduino Team on 21 October 2021 at 13:05
Using Adobe Lightroom can be a tedious process, especially for those who don’t have their keyboards set up with a hundred macro shortcuts. Andrea Lunaro wanted to make things a bit easier by constructing a large, physical bank of buttons and potentiometers that can be used to perform a whole host of functions within Lightroom. It The post Light Deck is a MIDI Lightroom controller appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Arduino enables USB mouse support on custom 6502 homebrew computerby Arduino Team on 21 October 2021 at 0:40
The MOS Technology 6502 was one of the most popular processors of the 8-bit era. It found a home in legendary computers like the Commodore 64, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, and Apple II. Even the NES had a custom implementation of the 6502. Because the 6502 is so well documented, it is possible for today’s The post Arduino enables USB mouse support on custom 6502 homebrew computer appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This Arduino radio looks like something from 100 years agoby Arduino Team on 20 October 2021 at 22:09
As time has progressed, personal radios have shrunk from the size of a large filing cabinet down to a tiny circuit that can be integrated into other ICs. Instructables user exposedwire wanted to bring back the experience of a vintage 1920s radio set, so they built one out of wood that carries the same antique feeling with some more The post This Arduino radio looks like something from 100 years ago appeared first on Arduino Blog.
The Snoring Guardian listens while you sleep and vibrates when you start to snoreby Arduino Team on 20 October 2021 at 9:25
Snoring is an annoying problem that affects nearly half of all adults and can cause others to lose sleep. Additionally, the ailment can be a symptom of a more serious underlying condition, so being able to know exactly when it occurs could be lifesaving. To help solve this issue, Naveen Kumar designed the Snoring Guardian — a device The post The Snoring Guardian listens while you sleep and vibrates when you start to snore appeared first on Arduino Blog.
PocketView is an LED display that shows info through clothes and other fabricsby Arduino Team on 16 October 2021 at 17:35
When receiving a notification on your phone, it can be a tedious process to take the device out of a pocket, unlock the screen, and then read the message. In order to make viewing simple information much faster, University of Waterloo researchers developed a small pocketable display that can shine images and text through fabric. The post PocketView is an LED display that shows info through clothes and other fabrics appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This wizard-themed book nook diorama features a face detection system, LEDs, and an ePaper displayby Arduino Team on 16 October 2021 at 17:00
The fantastical world of wizards and magic is one that can be explored by reading a book, and what better way to represent this than building your very own interactive diorama within a reading corner? Well, that is exactly what Andy of element14 Presents created when he combined a small display, computer vision, and LED lights into The post This wizard-themed book nook diorama features a face detection system, LEDs, and an ePaper display appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Connect your space heater to the Arduino Cloud and control it via Alexaby Arduino Team on 13 October 2021 at 12:54
Being able to design your own custom smart home gadget is a great way to both have fun experimenting with various hardware/software and to escape the walled IoT device ecosystems that so many users find themselves trapped within. One maker who goes by mrdesha came up with a smart heater solution that utilizes the new Arduino Oplà The post Connect your space heater to the Arduino Cloud and control it via Alexa appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Instantly test your cables by plugging them into this deviceby Arduino Team on 7 October 2021 at 19:31
Cables come in a wide variety of styles and attempting to diagnose a potential fault in one of their tiny wires can be tricky, especially without access to fancy test equipment. To combat this problem, TechKiwiGadgets created a small device called the Touch Screen Cable Tracer, which has several varieties of connectors on both ends that The post Instantly test your cables by plugging them into this device appeared first on Arduino Blog.