@riley33chou7+this 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
@riley33chou7+building 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 😄
@sampoder7+This Christmas I got a Jedi Challenges AR Headset from Santa (thanks Santa!). I really like the game, but I wanted to be able to put custom applications on to it!
So I made Holocron :jediparrot: which is a React component that makes doing so super duper easy. It helps you size the window correctly and position the screen etc. It was my first time making a React component and I found the publishing quite difficult but I worked it out well: www.npmjs.com/package/@sampoder/holocron
I then built a demo app that shows the status of your Vercel deployments on your headset. It uses SWR and react-reveal to make it feel buttery smooth!
I also built one that implements the Slack events component on the Hack Club Website (here) on to it (sadly I ran out of time to put this in the demo vid but there are pics attached!
Here's the GitHub project for the package: github.com/sampoder/holocron.
And here's the demo video which I submitted to MLH's weekly hackathon...... and guess what?? Somehow, I won Best Overall Hardware Hack so I now get a free kit from ironically DigiKey (you still owe me money, no escaping) but my react component won best hardware hack lol!
@BrianCampbell0My NanoPi M4B NAS build. Got all of the hardware, but still need to get the software set up, and need to figure out a way to mount the NanoPi in the rack to tidy things up.
@manasmw3330Did some Verilog coding, it's a newspaper vending machine code.
Not perfect, but looks good in simulation.
@sampoder7+i made a thing a few weeks ago with my :hardware: that i never shared… it’s a sound reactive necklace for school!
i made it in one night after my product completely fell apart so i was very fortunate to have saved it :)))
code is @ gist.github.com/sampoder/374fc57a01a08514f3946c02c1cec5fc
as a demo you can check out my video review of the product functionality i submitted:
@thebinitghimire0Hi everyone, finally I received these two products in my hand as a part of Summer of Making. 😃
ESP-WROOM-32 and TTGO T-Display
@swlittle70So today I finished my EXCON machine. Excon is a finite state machine, so it's easy to do. This runs excon code with an informative HUD. (Excon info here esolangs.org/wiki/EXCON)
@midhun121m0I was packing all my electronics items cause my exams were going to start and I almost got those two boxes...the top box contains my best memories in my life...thanks hackclub.
@Rafi0Got hardware from Hackster.io
AVR-IoT WG Dev board combines ATmega4808 AVR MCU, ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication and ATWINC1510 WiFi network controller.
Very easy to connect with Google cloud.
@Rafi0Completed soldering of my PCB. Don't look that Messy wires😅 :hardware:
@hemesh0Making some cool Arduino projects after a long time
@obreymuchenajr0Helping out a friend with how to connect an led to the Arduino and how to make it blink :)
@rajendradangal100Hello. Sorry I had been distracted from the slack since months and couldnot thank hackclub for the hardware. I am thankful to @sampoder for accepting the project and then guided me to try different sites and tools but when nothing worked then @roshan was there to help me with the hardware I needed and spend long time figuring out things and thank for helping me with the shipment issues and at last @nasheeb.dangi for helping me with the Customs because I would have to pay lot more without you. Thankyou all guys!
@riley33chou7+learning how to use hardware day 1: i made a simple lamp lol
@Rafi0Accidentally connected in wrong polarity. 😑
Within 3 seconds :fireball: 😑 😑
@Rafi0Done some readings to choose a motor for rover :hardware: hardware
@Rafi0I was working on a project with relay module and Arduino. After soldering I found a problem in relay module. Sometimes it's freezing microcontroller and reset. It was really annoying. I faced same issue in many other projects. Today I decided to read the whole Google search results. Finally I found the solution from a forum. Later found the same in datasheet. Actually relay module is not completely isolated. we need to remove the jumper and connect external supply for complete isolation. This was written in its datasheet. But reading whole datasheet is a boring thing. But it includes many useful stuff. like developer documentation. anyway even if it's a small thing, it was great learning for me. Now I can work with relay without any fear.
@jubriloye20160I'm super late but, the first part of my hardware arrived. Thank you to the entire SOM team , especially you @sampoder and of course @roshan you guys are amazing :parrot::parrot:
@Rafi0Arduino pro mini and RTC is here :hardware:.
@akshaygautam0100I was a curious kid, too curious to handle sometimes. But my father knew that I was different than the normal bunch and so he always supported me. I used to buy toys just to disassemble those, I even used to dismantle home appliances and any hardware stuff I could find. Most people thought I'm just a destructive kid ,but my father supported me and then I learned about an equally intresting thing "coding".
My father has too less computer knowledge to understand it, and the few friends I had just didn't care. I felt Alone
But few months ago I discovered a community completely suited for me, full of people like me, full of people better than me. A place where I think I finally belong to, Hack Club.
Happy Birthday and thank you @zrl for everything you have done for everyone, you are awesome 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳
@kevindai020some more shots of it because what the hell why not (time for testing, after midterms are over ;-;)
@anthonykung0I always try to keep the legs on 😜 someone said this is evil 😑 hey me can still recycle the parts if the legs are on :fb-laugh: