Just a short update: I recently received some fun stuff, including an Arduino Uno.
I’ve also been soldering some components together, and I’m really excited about getting into the Arduino Universe. So stay tuned for more updates on that topic.
As a first impression I shot a little video with two blinking LEDs […]
I’ve been very busy over the last weeks, but now I’ve taken some time to get deeper into the “core electronics part”, which simply means that I got a breadboard and some electronic components like resistors, transistors, LEDs and a lot of wires.
The first step was to get a normal LED on the breadboard […]
After taking a short break with Netduino hacking I’ll start over on the next days to test an external power supply that I’ve bought some days ago. It has an adjustable volatge range from 3 to 12 V and comes with a variaty of connectors. This external power supply is intended to support projects to […]
Guess what I found at my desk when I came to the office today?
Saying thank you to my coworker Oliver for long-time renting me this 2×24 LCD with a HD44780 controller. I’m afraid that it’ll take some weeks to get it up and running, because currently I don’t have any breadboards, cables […]
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