Коришћење серијске комуникације Ардуина и рачунара за контролу рада две лед диоде. Могућа је контрола диоде која светли, као и њена периода треперења.
Моји утисци о пројекту за израду додатног монитора за лаптоп од старог. Упутство са утисцима и пратећа галерија су део приче
I have been using Fedora Linux for some time now. I switched from Arch Linux in search of some more "peaceful" distribution. However, I've been using Arch for too long to accept the KDE spin of Fedora that comes with a bunch of bloatware by default. I searched and of course found a tutorial for a minimal installation of the KDE Plasma environment on Fedora. I wrote about it almost a year ago, and now a new version is coming!Read More »Minimal installation of the KDE Plasma Fedora vol 2
Instructions for installing ArchLinux using the installation script ArchFi (and then ArchDi) is the first in a series of texts dedicated to the comparison of different ways of installing the ArchLinux distribution. This text is also an installation guide, but using the officially supported script - Archinstall. I will refrain from giving too many impressions, that remains for the third and last text in this area. I'll just say that it's a much simpler way to install ArchLinux and a minimal desktop environment offered from the list.Read More »Step-by-step guide: Installing ArchLinux with the Archinstall script
It's been a while since my last ArchLinux installation guide article that covered the classic installation method (reading the documentation and typing command by command until you get to a working system). The following is a new one that will describe how to install this popular Linux distribution, using the Archfi installation script, I mentioned earlier. This text will be part of a trilogy that will consist of: Archfi script, Archinstal script and finally their comparison. Somehow, it just happened that a few days ago, a new version of the Archfi script was released after less than a year and a half, so let's see how it all works (and it works :) ).Read More »Instructions for installing ArchLinux using the installation script ArchFi
Measuring the distance between two objects is important when talking about the organization and planning of space. This project makes it possible to do it in a simple, easy and relatively inexpensive way using an Arduino and an ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04. The only limitation imposed by the application of this sensor is the maximum range of 4m. For the needs of a hobby project in the household, it can get the job done, and quite well.
Although this assigment raises some ethical issues that I disagree with, I will deal with solving and explaining this problem. The assigment is to design a game of chance for elementary school students (assigment says so), where a randomly chosen number from 1 to 6 will be printed on the LCD display - in simpler terms, it is a simulation of throwing a dice.Read More »Graduation assignment 4ETR-B12 – Roll the dice
Summer has started and hiding from the heat, a new video tutorial arrives. The project of creating a simple advertisement using the MAX7219 integrated circuit - LED matrix driver, LED matrix module and Arduino. This task can be solved in a simple way by using external libraries for working with the MAX7219 and the LED matrix in a few lines of code. As a result, an attractive text animation is obtained. It is possible to connect several LED matrix modules, the complete impression would be better.Read More »Making a simple advertisement using Arduino
For the purposes of creating a simple advertisement, i.e. for a project in which an LED matrix will be used to display animated text, I used two additional libraries. I chose them because I think it was the simplest solution for working with the MAX7219 IC and animating the text. To begin with, a little about the libraries themselves, and the project will be described in the following text. The libraries in question are MAX72xx and Parola.Read More »Parola and MAX72xx external libraries
The topic of the assignment is the realization of New Year's LED lighting that will have certain light effects (in this case LED flicker) while the user is enabled to control the brightness intensity in the range from 0 to 100% with two push buttons. Here you will find detailed instructions and explanations of the program. I started with the 6th task from the collection, and there will be more similar texts soon. The practice so far has been to make a video clip and explain the task through text on the blog, and now a document will be available for download.Read More »Graduation assignment 4ETR - B6 - LED lighting