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  1. biopotential sensor

    i'm getting some problem in biopotential sensor i.e i've to store the signal information coming out of a human body.so please suggest me the basic component required to do this in detail.if possibl then explain with circuit diagram.......ples give the reply as soon as possible
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  2. Arduino/Riduino Motor Shield - Single Sided DIY

    I wanted a single sided motor shield which would allow me to control a few servos and 2 DC Motors. All this while allowing easy sensor interfacing. The shield had to be single sided and DIP for DIY.

    The shield given below is the result for the same.

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    Some Features -


    • Dual DC Motor support with PWM
    • Servo motor support
    • DIY Single sided PCB
    • Easy sensor interfacing
    • Stackable

    Ideas for improving it are ...
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  3. Urja utsav-2010

    URJA UTSAV -2010 is going to be the biggest techfest in the 25 years history of our college. I am organising a solar robotics compeitition called SUN MOTOREN GP. Check out www.eeccbit.com for more info.
  4. Packing cardboard mobile robot base.

    So.... I was quite bored today as there is some boring renovation going at my place. As I was clearing up the place, I saw the box for our TV and I just fell in love with that material! So I thought , why not make a free robot base out of that!!!

    Here are the steps with pics :

    1. Took a flap from the box.
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    2. Cut Circles out of it using a kitchen salad knife.
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    3. ...

    Updated 02-18-2010 at 08:45 PM by vikas

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  5. Balancing Robot - Accelerometer + Gyro + Arduino + Processing ( Step 1 )

    These Days im building a Balancing Robot so here are step wise how to interface a arduino to Accelerometer and Gyro

    Things ive used

    1. ATmega8 Arduino ( ARP 1.0u)
    2. DIY Proto Shield
    3. 3.3V Zener + 330 Ohm for 3.3V supply
    4. Triple Axis Accelerometer Breakout MMA7260 ( @Sparkfun )
    5. Gyro Breakout Board LY530AL 300/s ( @Sparkfun )

    The Gyro and Accelerometer were bought from Feemo India , as i found them the cheapest retailers ...

    Updated 02-06-2010 at 12:41 PM by vikas

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