Learning to code on Arduino is easier than it looks. With a few basic projects, we learned to control LEDs, buzzers, motors, and servos. And we made code for input from push buttons, switches, light and temperature sensors, and remote controls. The next level is learning to go wireless with Bluetooth, WiFi, and radio modules.
Using balsa wood, we designed dragsters that are powered by compressed gas canisters. They’re very light and go very fast. First, the axels were drilled using a drill press. Then the blocks of wood were cut to shape with coping saws. Metal files and several grades of sandpaper were used to finish the shaping. Later we’ll spray paint […]
We are exploring the use of this App on iOS to help document our build process. The interface is very intuitive with just two buttons; 1) record and 2) front/back camera selection. Once captured you can choose the speed at which the recoding is played at and the final recording is available to share from […]
The club has been given funding to build ten 3D printers for the school community. This is a exciting opportunity for ‘deep learning’ and what follows are some ideas we are mulling over to record and share the build process. Dedicated Website We’ll be consolidating our efforts on this site in order to make it convenient for […]