You can power an Arduino project multiple ways. You can use your computer for power from USB, a 9 volt battery, a wall power adapter and more.
You can use IR Sensors to create a line following vehicle with Arduino. When the IR Sensors go over electrical tape they read as if there is nothing in front of them. Functional Parts in […]
Analog Soil Moisture Sensors allow you to determine how dry soil is and then trigger an event such an LED turning , or a water pump being turned on. Note: Give the sensor a few […]
This class teaches you to save images from your ArduCam to an SD card using a Unix Timestamp for the name. This is useful not just as a timestamp, but also as a way to […]