Posts Tagged ‘many faces’

Arduino Interrupts

David writes: “Often when working on microcontroller projects you need a background function to run at regular intervals. This is often done by setting up a hardware timer to generate an interrupt. The interrupt triggers an Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) to handle the periodic interrupt…

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Arduino Sound Part Three: Playing a Melody

>> Back to The Many Faces of Arduino This is the third in a series of articles about generating sound with an Arduino. In this article we bit-bang our way through Jingle Bells. It’s almost Christmas so why not make a festive microcontroller project…

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Arduino Sound Part Two: Hello World

David Fowler writes: “This is the second in a series of articles about generating sound with an Arduino. The first article covered the various methods available for sound generation with an Arduino…

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Arduino Sound – Part One

David Fowler writes: “This is the first in a series of articles about generating sound with an Arduino…

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Arduino beer thermostat

>> Back to The Many Faces of Arduino Sean shows us how to use an Arduino for kegerator temperature control. A Kegerator is a beer keg built inside a refrigerator. Anyone want a cold beer? He discusses the home brewing process and how a microcontroller can be applied to…

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Tweaking Arduino

>> Back to The Many Faces of Arduino Gadget Master reader David Fowler shares his tips on how to update the Arduino compatible Bare Bones Board. “After doing the reset mod to my Arduino Compatible Bare Bones Boards I wanted to update the firmware to get the full benefit…

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