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Acrylic Emblem Light

This Blog will illustrate you how to make Color changing Emblen light using PWM of arduino.
using this you can make your emblems look more attractive.


Components Required 1> Arduino UNO 2> 12V RGB led strip 3> 2N2222 Transistor 4> 10K ohm Resistor 5> Jumper Wires 6> Small Breadboard 7> Acrylic Engraved Emblem 8>IC7805 Power Regulator
Circuit Diagram  Arduino Codeconstint greenPin = 10;constint bluePin = 9;voidsetup() {// Start off with the LED off.setColourRgb(0,0,0);}voidloop() {unsignedint rgbColour[3];// Start off with red.rgbColour[0] = 255;rgbColour[1] = 0;rgbColour[2] = 0;// Choose the colours to increment and decrement.for (int decColour = 0; decColour < 3; decColour += 1) {int incColour = decColour == 2 ? 0 : decColour + 1;// cross-fade the two colours.for(int i = 0; i < 255; i += 1) {rgbColour[decColour] -= 1;rgbColour[incColour] += 1;setColourRgb(rgbColour[0], rgbColour[1], rgbColour[2]);delay(5);}

DIY Arduino IR Piano

This video will illustrate you how to make a simple piano by using IR Modules. Based of frequency of sa, re, ga, ma, pa, dha, ni and sa the tone of buzzer will change. Components Required: 1> I.R. Modules 2> Arduino Uno 3> Jumper Wires 4>Small Breadboard Circuit Diagram
Arduino Code: int button_C = 2;
int button_D = 3;
int button_E = 4;
int button_F = 5;
int button_G = 6;
int button_A = 7;
int button_B = 8;
int button_Cup = 9;

int speaker = 10;

int buttonstate_C = 0;
int buttonstate_D = 0;
int buttonstate_E = 0;
int buttonstate_F = 0;
int buttonstate_G = 0;
int buttonstate_A = 0;
int buttonstate_B = 0;
int buttonstate_Cup = 0;

//NOTES         'c'  , 'd',  'e',  'f',  'g', 'a',  'b',  'C'
int tones[] = { 240, 254, 285, 320, 359, 280, 427, 956 }; //freq
int Cur_tone = 0;

void setup()
{
  pinMode(button_C, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(button_D, INPUT);
  pinMode(button_E, INPUT);
  pinMode(button_F, INPUT);
  pinMode(button_G, INPUT);
  pinMode(butt…

DIY LED MATRIX CONTROLLER

This will teach you how to control individual led in 8X8 LED MATRIX using android aa.
 COMPONENTS REQUIRED 1. 8X8 LED MATRIX 2. Breadboard 3. Arduino Nano 4. Connecting Wires 5. Bluetooth HC-05 
CONNECTION Connect as given in circuit Diagram ARDUINO Code  #include <Led.h>

int DIN = 2;
int CS =  3;
int CLK = 4;


int row=0;
int col=0;
int temp=0;
int data=0;

LedControl lc=LedControl(DIN,CLK,CS,1);

void setup()
{

 lc.shutdown(0,false);     
 lc.setIntensity(0,5);
 lc.clearDisplay(0);
 Serial.begin(9600);
}




void loop()
{
   if(Serial.available() > 0)    
   {
      data = Serial.read();
      Serial.print(data);// it returns ascii value if we send one in the phone              
      if(data < 96)
      {
       if(temp==0)
       {
        row=data-48;
        temp=1;
       }
       else
       col=data-48;
      }

       else if(data=='n')
       {
         lc.setLed(0,row,col,true);
       Serial.println('n');
      Serial.println(row);
      Serial.println(col);
         temp=0;
       }
   …

DIY DANCING BOT

Hey There!
This Blog is about making a generic dancing bot which will move his hand entertainingly responsive to interruptions.

Components you need:Arduino UNO  (Click here to Buy Arduino UNO)I.R. Module (Click here to buy IR Module )Servo-2 (Clich here to buy servos)Jumper Wire (Click here to buy jumper wire)Cardboard (Click here to buy cardboard) Follow the Steps and do the connections As given in Video





Arduino Code:

Servo myServo0;     //Object Name of yur first ServoServo myServo1;     //Object Name of yur Second Servo
int a;              //Variable to Store Value of IRint count = 0;      //A Counter Variable
void setup(){  // put your setup code here, to run once:  myServo.attach(3);   //Attaching pin No. of first Servo will be 3  myServo1.attach(4);  //Attaching pin No. of first Servo will be 4  pinMode(5, INPUT);   //Attaching pin No. of IR  Serial.begin(9600);  //To Start your Serial Monitor}
void loop(){  // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:  a = digitalRead(5);    //R…