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Designing For Others

If you've ever designed and built an electronic gizmo for someone else, you know that once the device leaves your sight, anything goes. I built a small robot for my nephew using an Arduino processor, a separate linear power regulator, and a few sensors. The robot didn't last a week.

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Submarine
How I Scratch-Built a Five Foot Long Radio-Controlled Submarine - Part 1

If building a submarine or any robotics, ATV, or boat project interests you, here's a great build that will give you some good ideas, techniques, and great building secrets!

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Recording Radiation Counter
A Recording Radiation Counter    

Are you exposed? Build this unit to detect and display levels of radiation, plus you can record months of data to keep track of just how toxic areas may be or become.


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Smiley_s Workshop
Smiley's Workshop 39
C Programming * Hardware * Projects


Last time, we added the C Standard Library to our avrtoolbox, paying special attention to the venerable printf() functions. We finished by developing a command-line interpreter tool. Now, we are going to dive into digital I/O (Input/Output). 

Security Electronics
Security Electronics Systems And Circuits - Part 10
All parts of this series have dealt with security circuits for use in domestic, commercial, or industrial applications. This final part deals with fairly simple 'add-on' security circuits for use in automobiles with normal 12V negative-ground electrical systems.

The TAB Book of Arduino Projects
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The TAB Book of Arduino Projects: 36 Things to Make with Shields and Proto Shields    
 
Design custom circuits with Proto Shields and solder parts right to the prototyping area to build professional-quality stuff. Lots of cool projects to catapult your Arduino skills to the next level. 
  • Persistence-of-vision (POV) display
  • High-power LED controller
  • Color recognizer
  • RFID door lock
  • Fake dog
  • Person counter
  • Laser alarm
  • Theremin-like instrument
  • FM radio receiver
  • Email notifier
  • Network temperature and humidity sensor
  • Seven-segment LED clock
  • Larson scanner
  • Conway's Game of Life
  • Singing plant
  • Ultrasonic rangefinder
  • Temperature and light logger
  • Autoranging capacitance meter
  • Geiger counter
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