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How to Build a High Speed Photographic System with Arduino

#Howto #Build a High Speed #Photographic System with #Arduino

High speed photgraphy is a techique used to take photo of events that occurs very fast, example like the bullet through the apple or the milk drop crown.

Here are two projects you can try build yourself

via hackaday.com 1 & 2

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Maker uses 7 Arduinos to turn his Ford Focus into a self-driving car

Maker uses 7 #Arduino to turn his #Ford Focus into a #selfdriving car. Endowing his vehicle with self-driving capabilities cost Australian IT expert Keran McKenzie only $1000

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Project: Raspberry Pi CNC – and for remote control of your CNC .

#RaspberryPi #CNC Controller is board which can control stepper motors for 3 axis devices (X, Y, Z). It uses Pololu A4988/DRV8825 drivers and can control 2 stepper motors for X axis, 2 stepper motors for Y axis and one stepper motor for Z axis.

Brain of this board is #Arduino Nano with #GRBL firmware. Board can be used separately (controlled by USB on Arduino) or can be used as hat on Raspberry Pi and controlled by UART.

More details on project site and page on hackaday.io

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List of Simulators and Emulators for Arduino

Here is the list of simulators/emulator for Arduino.

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  1. Simulator for Arduino (Paid)
  2. simavr (OSS)
  3. emulare (OSS)
  4. Atmel Studio (Free)
  5. emulino (OSS)
  6. Proteus VSM for Arduino AVR (Paid)
  7. simuino (Free)
  8. CodeBlocks Arduino IDE (Free)
  9. Arduino Debugger/Simulator (OSS)
  10. Virtual Breadboard
  11. 123d circuits (Free)
  12. Visuino (Paid)

Did you know any simulators/emulator that’s missing in the list, leave it in comment we will add it here.

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Arduino core 2.2.0 for ESP8266 WiFi chip

#Arduino core for #ESP8266 WiFi chip

This project brings support for ESP8266 chip to the Arduino environment. It lets you write sketches using familiar Arduino functions and libraries, and run them directly on ESP8266, no external microcontroller required.

ESP8266 Arduino core comes with libraries to communicate over WiFi using TCP and UDP, set up HTTP, mDNS, SSDP, and DNS servers, do OTA updates, use a file system in flash memory, work with SD cards, servos, SPI and I2C peripherals.

Know more about Arduino core for ESP8266 WiFi chip. Know what is in 2.2.0, Read Release notes