OD LAB / Arduino Uno / Experiments / Applications

Arduino Uno
analog and digital signals

LIGHTING A LED

LED & LDR

serial: R1 + R2 = R3

parallel: 1/R1 + 1/R2 = 1/R3

A basic knowledge of circuits and electronic design is necessary to work with Arduino effectively and safely.

A circuit with a red led and a 330 ohm resistance
on the left, smaller version of my protoboard, on the right Joaquin’s protoboard ; one has segmented and the other has continuous main power lines.
T_ON=1. T_OFF=10 mili seconds.

INCLUDING LDR TO THE CIRCUIT

BUILDING & TESTING THE BALANCE

I worked with the 3d printing studio which I usually send my CAD models to be printed. It took one day and the model which was given to me was in high standards. I have just sanded the pieces as Heidi instructed and I used a little bit glue for some parts to give it more stability.

ARDUINO INO & PROCESSING

ino code for 3 colored LEDs above
my serial display on ino
reference resistors from right to left: 330 ohms, 1kohms, 10kohms

EXPERIMENTING WITH PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS

EXPERIMENTING WITH CODED OBJECTS

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