@Devnol0The hardware part is complete! The black power supply is used for probing whether the power from mains has fallen, the white power supply is for providing constant power to the pico, the large board is the target machine (my server’s front I/O board) and the white breadboard is a voltage regulator!
@kevindai020My 17$ decommissioned FPGA miner arrived today!! After some cleaning and solder work, it came alive and booted into Linux :ultrafastparrot:
@matthewgleich2Soldering on some pins to my raspberry pie zero w. (please ignore the shitty solder job, I am very new lol)
@kevindai020I finally fixed my homebrew CPU's memory access "bug." It wasn't a bug at all. Here's a short demo of 4 programs running on it via the UART bootloader! Also, I wanted to experiment with showing both the hardware and software at the same time (decided to use Zoom for that).
@ferferite0A phone I am working on, the hardware is mostly done, waiting for the camera module to arrive. It's using an orange pi 3G board, running Android. It's the second time I am making the case for the phone, but this time I am adding a camera to it and making the case nicer in general(thinner, using brackets to hold in the parts instead of glue and using as many screws as possible).
@manasmw3330Yesterday was the Day 1 of our 3-Day Arduino bootcamp. We have organized this bootcamp to celebrate Arduino day and we had around 75 participants yesterday.:yay:
@obreymuchenajr0Yesterday we celebrated arduino day with Transfer multi-sort Electroniks (TME) I and @edwardphirijr698 presented our robot and won the TME arduino board and tshirts :)
@prithul02181Won the best hardware hack at DVHacks, thanks to the Orpheus Leap :ultrafastparrot:
@obreymuchenajr0yesterday's electronics workshop was Amazing!! There was me giving an introduction to arduino :)
@manasmw3330My agenda for Arduino day has been approved:ultrafastparrot:
Our council will be organizing Arduino workshop and live demo for Arduino day:yay:
@sampoder0today i presented.. the *CLIMATATOR*! it’s a 4D interactive media experience / climate change simulator that showcases the effects of climate change to a younger audience. you enter the cabinet, put an AR headset on, watch a fictional weather report from 2050, then you begin to feel the heat of a heatwave 🔥 (there’s a strong heater inside), then you going on a bumpy ride (haptic motors) in a fire truck fighting wildfires :firefighter: (it’s still boiling from the heater and it intentionally smells of burning) and to end of your experience a cyclone with winds (a big fan) and shaking (haptic motors) 🌀 + it’s got sound effects and a nice video (this is my myp personal project, goal was to create an engaging way of learning about climate change)
the wooden structure was put together with a lot of drilling and with the use of recycled materials to the extent possible. i learnt a lot about woodworking as this was my first ever real woodworking project.
*this is biggest project ever, it’s taken me since August to build this all out…..* and i’m really proud of the final product. uses a mix of Raspberry Pi Python, Arduino, Next.js & Node.js to all work. the AR headset is powered by Holocron (www.npmjs.com/package/@sampoder/holocron)
more is at: climatator.co/de:partyparrot:
@ella1First time building a circuit with an arduino! Took me a while to get it to work :flushded:
@taylorylee1I spent most of my weekend practicing algorithmic problems, and I got an electronic kit from CodeDay. :codeday: I don’t have much experience with Arduino, so I am excited to see what I can build!
@riley33chou0this might be my first hardware project that didnt fail and im proud
@hugo.y.hu9350CORGI SHAPED ARDUINO CORGIIII SHAPED ARDUINOOOOOOO LA LA LA LA LA LA CORGIIIIIII lalalalalla all LALALALALALALALALALAAAAAA
@riley33chou0building an app that can control stuff with arduino hope it works
@hugo.y.hu9350Today, I'm officially announcing the Corginator 9000 Lite the :corgi: shaped arduino board, designed and built by myself and @zhangxieshi369.
As some of you may have seen(you have probably heard about it, and you've probably seen my renders and actual boards, which I've posted in various channels.)
The corginator 9000s recently arrived, and I've finished assembling 3. (You might see a small wire- that's intentional, not by design, but because a small engineering mishap caused me to need to connect a capacitor for USB to function properly, but the problem has been fixed and the wire won't be present in the next batch 🙂)
To give a quick run down:
The corginator 9000 lite, is based off the ATmega328P,(the same chip used in arduino UNOs) from Atmel(Now part of microchip)
The board has analog input, digital input and output, 3.3/5V operation, and more.
The specs are: 32K Flash, and 2K RAM, and a 16MHz clock.
Reset button and ICSP button for various stuff, and well, an arduino Nano pinout.
The board has a onboard CH340C for USB bridge, preventing a need for an external USB adapter.
The D13 LED is wired directly to the eye's LED. This means that you can program that LED to blink, flash, and do whatever you want.
This board is pre-flashed with the Arduino Bootloader. It's 100% compatible with Arduino IDE.
The board will also soon hopefully be available for sale on the Hack Shop.
And with that, I present to you: The first 3 assembled and tested Corginator 9000s:
@BenjaminSmith0I was able to get some electronics parts from DFRobot for free with a $5 coupon for completing a survey and a $10 shipping coupon for my first order
@anthonykung0Just opened my junior design lab kit and saw surface mount resistors :hyperthonk: and we're supposed to solder them in our home hmmmmm :thonk-spin:
@zrl0Building a new workstation for a new year. This is my first time building a computer since I was 13.
@manasmw3330Almost done with the schematic part.
It's a custom Arduino Uno board. Altium is cool !
@Jeffrey0We picked up a bunch of old computers for free a few months ago. By shuffling the parts around, I finally got a working computer! It’s not great, but it was free 😄