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Educational Circuits for Kids

Here’s some cool educational circuits for kids.

They’ve got some cool circuit building kits such as voice-controlled circuits, light-activated experiments with what seems like safe-to-use circuit parts.

Later on, they can start modding with easy-to-use electronic circuit board such as CUBLOC, Basic Stamp,

or even get into real low-level circuit building with AVR,

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Industrial Tools – Proximity Warning Device for heavy Industrial Vehicles

Here’s a cool proximity warning device (US Patent #6853307) for industrial heavy equipments made with CUBLOC CB220 and GHLCD graphic display from Comfile. If you need to a such device for satisfying OSHA requirements, this might be it.

The company’s primary products are high voltage proximity warning devices and line contact warning devices. Proximity warning devices have been used successfully for decades to prevent heavy equipment from com

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DIY HOWTO – Wireless Color changing light project with PIC

Here’s a cool color changing DIY I found by google-ing…

Wow,” you say, “how can you expect to make something wireless and still have it cost less than fifty dollars?” Well I’m glad you asked. “But I didn’t ask,” you say, “I’m just reading.” Do you want to argue, or would you like to hear about my solution? That’s what I thought. For the job of fairly-reliable wireless communication, I turn to my old friends the TX433 and

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Embedded Ethernet – Obi-Wan the “finger” over the Internet by Thomas Edwards

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Hmmm… Thomas is up to something again, making some really cool artistic electronics,

check out this obi-wan the finger over ethernet by Thomas, it’s really cool, I wish there was a DIY…

Here is the most recent version of the “Touch”  which uses CUBLOC CB220, Pololu Micro Servo controller, and Lantronix XPORT. The two black boxes are sending the force-sensitive resistor data to a server about 70 miles away, where the pressure difference is calculated, a new common fi

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Zedomax DIY 113 – Build a bluetooth controlled Holloween Hovercraft party light!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3v3uWwIGXQ

Okay, the other day we made a cool hovercraft, today we will add a bluetooth module and a embedded computer to make it spin

so we can take it to our friend’s next Holloween party and start groovin’

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Laminator machine using CUBLOC VIDEO

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Here’s the laminator machine in Action I found.

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Laminator machine using CUBLOC

Laminating machine based on Basic and Ladder processor…

Hmm…kinda cool, everyday I finding out things that people can make w/ CUBLOC…

This one uses CuBASE 64M board and CUBLOC CB290 from Comfile Technology.

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DIY – Ethernet Enabled Servo Motor Control in 1 hour!

Here’s a cool DIY on ethernet enabled servo motor control using CUBLOC CB220, XPORT, and Pololu Micro Serial Servo Controller by Thomas Edwards.

He also uses an Python Internet server to read the servo position information.

This was done in about 1 hour…pretty impressive.

via techartblog

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Add a Bar-code Scanner to ur App

Do u need a Bar-code scanner for your app?

Today we will try to use a Metrologic Voyager Bar-code scanner to scan a coke bottle, Jagermeister bottle, CT1721 Start Kit Bard code label, and yes, UPS tracking number.

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Digital Compass using CMPS03

Do u need a digital compass for your app? Here we go, let’s put interface a digital compass w/ CUBLOC CB280. We will use a CUBLOC CB280 module and CMPS03 Digital Compass module from Devantech to create a simple 0 to 360 degree compass. via Link via Link [html in English]

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